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Christ Our Healer

October 1, 2015

Christ Our Healer | Albert B. Simpson, 1890 Healing
Divine healing is the supernatural, divine power of God, infused into human bodies, renewing their strength and replacing the weakness of suffering human frames with the life and power of God.... It is the same power... that converted your soul.
More than Conquerors

May 1, 2018

More than Conquerors | Albert B. Simpson, 1890 Warfare
Are we looking upon our spiritual adversaries and obstacles as things that have come, not to crush us, but to be cast down for the honor and glory of our Captain's cause? Thus shall we be "more than conquerors through him that loved us."
Must We Sin?

April 17, 2004

Must We Sin? | Daniel S. Warner, 1890 Victory
Bro. F.—Well... I should like to have a talk with you. They tell me that you sanctified folks claim to be free from sin, and I can't believe that, for the apostle Paul confessed that he had sin dwelling in him, and I don't think we can get better than he was.
Four Outpourings of the Spirit

June 1, 2015

Four Outpourings of the Spirit | George D. Watson, 1891 Holy Spirit
Some people today... have been pardoned, but have not got over into the Acts of the Apostles.... But a real Bible Christian has been through repentance at Sinai, has been reconciled at the cross of Christ, and has been baptized with the Holy Ghost at Pentecost.
Himself

January 1, 2015

Himself | Albert B. Simpson, 1891 Jesus/Savior
That is the way to look at the Scriptures and understand the thoughts of God—to see in them the face of Love, shining through and through. Not ideas, nor doctrines, but Jesus Himself as the Life and Source and sustaining Presence of all our life.
In Perfect Peace

May 1, 2016

In Perfect Peace | James R. Miller, 1892 Peace
How many of us really have Christ's peace today?... Is grace not able to help us to attain that peace?... We may say with perfect confidence that.... It is a state into which every believer in Christ may enter... and in which he may dwell in all life's changes.
Jesus Himself

September 1, 2018

Jesus Himself | Andrew Murray, 1893 Jesus/Savior
Perhaps there are some who... are not yet truly satisfied with what they have. If you throw open your heart and give up everything but just believing and allowing Him to do what He wants.... Jesus will reveal Himself.
Affliction and Glory

November 1, 2014

Affliction and Glory | George D. Watson, 1894 Vision
Just as the oak tree converts all chemistry into oak by the peculiar quality of its oak life, so the pure in heart, he that lives the Christ life, will from the dark chemistry of this world—its disappointments and suffering—turn all things into glory and praise.
Surmounting Barriers to Faith

April 15, 2016

Surmounting Barriers to Faith | George D. Watson, 1894 Perseverance
Her quest was not yet over. For we now see four great barriers her faith had yet to surmount; namely, divine silence, human coldness, class, and humiliation. If we look at these in detail, we find that they illustrate the vital issues in many lives today.
The Blessing of Weakness

March 15, 2016

The Blessing of Weakness | James R. Miller, 1894 Weakness
Too many people think their weakness is a barrier to their usefulness, or make it an excuse for doing little with their life. Instead of this, however, if we give it to Christ, He will transform it into strength.
Walk in Love

October 1, 2014

Walk in Love | George D. Watson, 1894 Love
To walk in love—to speak, to act, to purpose, with the love of God pervading our every movement—is the best and sublimest form of existence. To do this there must be a thorough abandonment of self-will, self-opinion, and self-desire.
Salvation: Present, Perfect, Now or Never

December 1, 2008

Salvation: Present, Perfect, Now or Never | Daniel S. Warner, 1895 Salvation
Salvation is greater riches than all the gold, silver, and valuable treasures of this earth summed up together. A treasure that never faileth; a wealth so great that, to the happy possessor, everything of earth is, in comparison, reduced to dust and dirt.
Touching Incidents: Children's Edition

June 22, 2003

Touching Incidents: Children’s Edition | Solomon B. Shaw, 1895 Prayer
" 'All things, whatsoever ye shall ask in prayer, believing, ye shall receive.' " She looked up at the pastor earnestly, and inquired: "Is that so? Does God say that?" ... She immediately began praying: "Lord, send my father here; Lord, send my father to the chapel."
Feeding Our Faith

November 1, 2013

Feeding Our Faith | George D. Watson, 1896 Faith
Because faith is essential to the spiritual life—both to entering that life, and for any steps of progress in that life—it behooves us to give it all the nourishment possible. Faith can be fed and strengthened, and thus will grow.
Into the Deep

January 1, 2014

Into the Deep | George D. Watson, 1896 Experience
The depth into which we launch will depend upon how perfectly we have given up the shore, and the greatness of our need, and the vision of our possibilities. The fish were to be found in the deep.... So with us; our needs are to be met in the deep things of God.
Little Things

May 1, 2014

Little Things | George D. Watson, 1896 Humility
There is no better way in the world to test every trait in a soul than by little things.... It is our unplanned, instinctive actions and words that reveal what we really are, not those large, conspicuous things for which we especially arm ourselves.
Loaded Words

July 1, 2013

Loaded Words | George D. Watson, 1896 Holy Spirit
All words are loaded with the quality of the soul out of which they proceed. It is eternally impossible for God to utter one word that is not loaded with divinity; and... it is impossible for the devil to utter one word which does not, in some way, contain a lie.
Loving and Hating One's Life

February 1, 2017

Loving and Hating One’s Life | James R. Miller, 1896 Ministry
It seemed a waste of precious life when Jesus died so young, and in such shame.... He lost His life, but that seed became the world's hope and joy. We understand it now. Christianity is the outcome of that "waste." Heaven is the fruit of the Redeemer's sacrifice.
Lukewarmness

February 1, 2014

Lukewarmness | George D. Watson, 1896 Warning
As a rule, lukewarmness of spirit is so decent and well-behaved, that it chloroforms its victim and kills him without a scream of terror. This is what makes it so awfully fatal. While open sin slays its hundreds, nice, respectable lukewarmness slays its tens of thousands.
Over-Waiting for God

March 1, 2019

Over-Waiting for God | James R. Miller, 1896 Warning
There are times when closet prayer is not the duty of the hour.... We may think we are honoring God by waiting... but really we are dishonoring Him by lack of present faith and ready obedience. Blessing... cannot be given to us until we go forth to get it.
Personal Love for Jesus

August 1, 2013

Personal Love for Jesus | George D. Watson, 1896 Love
Very few Christians reach such an intimacy with our dear Lord as to receive and appreciate His individual feelings. Jesus is an infinite lover, and nothing will satisfy Him but a pure, sacred, passionate, and personal love.
“Probable Sons”

March 1, 2006

“Probable Sons” | Amy Le Feuvre, 1896 Story
"Uncle Edward... will you ask God to make Tommy come back home? His mother does want him so badly." "I will leave you to do that," was the curt reply. "Well, if you don't want to pray for Tommy, pray for God's probable sons, won't you?
The Daily Cross

April 1, 2014

The Daily Cross | George D. Watson, 1896 Trials
What is our daily cross? It is those things in our lives that produce suffering of body, mind, or heart. It is those things which in our poor judgment seem to hinder the easy flow of our religious life.... Were there no suffering at all, then there would be no cross at all.
El Shaddai: The God Who Is Enough

July 1, 2017

El Shaddai: The God Who Is Enough | Albert B. Simpson, 1897 Faith
It may be that this is just where some of us are standing today. We have been trusting God in part and have been trying to do the other part ourselves, and God is speaking to us... "I am the Almighty God; walk before me and be thou perfect."
“Look unto Me, and Be Saved”

February 1, 2018

“Look unto Me, and Be Saved” | Charles H. Spurgeon, 1897 Invitation
I sometimes think I might have been in darkness and despair until now had it not been for the goodness of God in sending a snowstorm, one Sunday morning, while I was going to a certain place of worship. When I could go no further, I turned down a side street....
Ye Are the Branches

July 1, 2016

Ye Are the Branches | Andrew Murray, 1897 Abiding
"I, the Vine, have taken you to be My branches.... I have surrendered Myself as God absolutely to you; I became Man and died for you that I might be entirely yours. Come and surrender yourselves entirely to be Mine."
Christ Lost and Found

January 1, 2012

Christ Lost and Found | Beverly Carradine, 1898 Salvation
He was lost here according to this Scripture. And He was lost by those who loved Him. And lost in Jerusalem and in the Temple!.... And yet why be astonished when the same thing is happening today. Christ is still lost by His friends, and in Jerusalem, and in the Temple.
How to Die to Self

December 1, 2014

How to Die to Self | George D. Watson, 1898 Crucifixion
There are many manifestations of the self life which are not clearly sinful, but neither are they truly Christlike. ...this middle zone of self activity... must be... crucified in order to reach deep abiding union with God, where there is none of self and all of Christ Jesus.
Learning Spiritual Lessons

September 1, 2015

Learning Spiritual Lessons | George D. Watson, 1898 Discipline
We acquire physical knowledge through our senses.... We obtain intellectual knowledge by the exercise of reason.... We gain spiritual knowledge through the operation of revealed truth and the agency of the inner spiritual being.
Take Time

August 1, 2014

Take Time | George D. Watson, 1898 Carefulness
To rush forward in our thinking, speaking, and doing, demonstrates a lack of faith in God, and how little we perceive His presence and dominion over all things. It is true in a thousand different things that "he that believeth shall not make haste."
Tug of War

October 1, 2004

Tug of War | Amy C. Walton, 1898 Decision
I saw that they were close upon a terrible place, for mighty cliffs stood above the shore, and they were within a very short distance of a sheer and terrible precipice. "What are you dragging?" I cried to them. And a thousand voices seemed to answer, "A soul! a soul!"
Why Weepest Thou?

April 1, 2015

Why Weepest Thou? | Beverly Carradine, 1899 Hope
Of all the things that He might have said, perhaps no more beautiful, blessed, needful, and significant speech could have been made by Him to His sorrowing disciples—and, beyond them, to the struggling, battling Church in all ages, and even to the sinful world itself.