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Go Forward

January 1, 2019

Go Forward | James R. Miller, 1908 Perseverance
There is always danger that we become contented with our routine, and indisposed to go beyond it.... But, besides this monotonous round... there should always be something larger going on. "You have gone around this mountain long enough: turn northward."
Lukewarmness

February 1, 2014

Lukewarmness | George D. Watson, 1896 Perseverance
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.
One Thing I Do

May 1, 2019

One Thing I Do | James R. Miller, 1904 Perseverance
If in our hearts the great master purpose is to live for Christ only, we will grow continually away from all that is worldly and unworthy, toward things which are spiritual and Divine. Paul describes himself as "...stretching forward to the things which are before."
Successful Child Training

October 1, 2017

Successful Child Training | Charles E. Orr, 1904 Perseverance
Here he lies an infant in your arms. He is at your mercy.... You can lead him in the paths of virtue to a generous Christian manhood, or you can neglect him and allow him to go to shame and ruin. Let this thought be impressed deeply upon your consciousness.
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 Voice of One Crying in the Wilderness

June 6, 2010

The Voice of One Crying in the Wilderness | Mark P. Spinks, 2010 Perseverance
To be the voice of one crying in the wilderness in this way... is to abandon all human planning and direction.... It is to forsake that peculiar fleshly confidence that comes from human reasoning and second-guessing God.
Treasures of the Kingdom, Number 37 (December 2005)

February 1, 2006

Treasures of the Kingdom, Number 37 (December 2005) | Timeless Truths Publications, 2005 Perseverance
Snip! Snip! The proud vine is pulled off the wall. There, I have cut it down and it won't bother our raspberries again! you say. You must not know brambles. Cutting it down is not enough—we must now get out our shovels and dig out the root or it will grow back.