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Inspiration

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Just An Ordinary Day

Sometime some ordinary day will come, A busy day like this—filled to the brim With ordinary tasks—perhaps so full That we have little thought or care for Him. And there will be no hint from silent skies, No sign, no clash of cymbals, roll of drums; And yet that ordinary...

What Will You Do Without Him?

I could not do without Thee, O Saviour of the lost! Whose precious blood redeemed me, At such tremendous cost. Thy righteousness, Thy pardon, Thy precious blood must be My only hope and comfort, My glory and my plea! I could not do without Him! Jesus is more to me...

The Best of All

Blessed Bible, sacred treasure, Precious book, of all the best, There is comfort never failing, And a calm abiding rest. Read with reverence, and commit it, Verse by verse, and day by day; ’Tis the word that God has spoken, And it cannot pass away. —Fanny Crosby

The “Forty Days” of Scripture

by W.T.P. Wolston Noah’s Forty Days. Judgment and Salvation; or, The Flood and its Import. Genesis 6-8 Joseph’s Forty Days. The Effect of Death; or, Conscience and its Workings. Genesis 49:33; 50:1-21 Moses’ Forty Days. Law and the Curse; or Man’s Responsibility and Failure. Exodus 32:1-28; Deuteronomy 9:8-17 Moses’ Second Forty Days. Mercy and...

Take Up Thy Cross

Take up thy cross, the Saviour said, If thou wouldst My disciple be; Deny thyself, the world forsake, And humbly follow after Me. Take up thy cross; let not its weight Fill thy weak soul with vain alarm; His strength shall bear thy spirit up, And brace thy heart, and...

Read Through the Bible

I supposed I knew my Bible, Reading piece-meal, hit or miss; Now a bit of “John” or “Matthew,” Now a snatch of “Genesis.” Certain chapters of “Isaiah,” Certain “Psalms,”—the twenty-third, Twelfth of “Romans,” first of “Proverbs.” Yes, I thought I knew the Word. But I found a thorough reading Was...

A Straying Lamb

The Shepherd loved His little lamb, And gave it His tender care… And followed it with His loving eyes As it wandered here and there. And as He sat by His grazing flock Who so meekly His voice obeyed, He pondered sadly His little lamb As again and again it...

Out Of The Depths

It makes the wounded spirit whole,  And calms the troubled breast;  ‘Tis manna to the hungry soul,  And to the weary rest. Dear Name! the Rock on which I build  My Shield and Hiding-place;  My never-failing Treasury fill’d  With boundless stores of grace. By Thee my prayers acceptance gain,  Although...

Amazing Grace

Penned by John Newton, “Amazing Grace” in 1772 remains a hymn of strength and comfort for those who have experienced AMAZING GRACE by receiving the Lord Jesus Christ as Savior.  Newton once said, “Although my memory’s fading, I remember two things very clearly: I am a great sinner and Christ...

The Christian’s Checklist

The following was compiled by Pastor Steve Sturgeon of Dillon Baptist Church in Dillon, Montana. 1. Is it right? 1 John 5:17 2. Will this bring me near some temptation? Rom. 13:14 3. Does this give place to the devil? Eph. 4:27 4. Is there anything in scripture contrary to it? Isa. 8:20 5. Am I trusting God or...

One Day At A Time

One day at a time, with its failures and fears, With its hurts and mistakes, with its weakness and tears, With its portion of pain and its burden of care; One day at a time we must meet and must bear. One day at a time to be patient and...

No Will But Thine

Jesus, ’tis my aim divine,  Hence to have no will but thine,  Let me covenant with thee,  Thine for evermore to be:  This my prayer, and this alone,  Saviour, let thy will be done! Thee to love, to live to thee,  This my daily portion be,  Nothing to my Lord...

The Bright Forever

Breaking through the clouds that gather, O’er the Christian’s natal skies, Distant beams, like floods of glory, Fill the soul with glad surprise; And we almost hear the echo Of the pure and holy throng, In the bright, the bright forever, In the summer land of song. Yet a little...

Daily Bible Reading

Daily chronological reading of the King James Bible is available by clicking on the link in the footer of the webpage. These reading will bring you through the entire KJV in one year. The apostle Paul was a reader of the Scriptures even to the end of his life. The cloke that...

“Do you feel that you’ve been forgiven?”

Someone once asked Martin Luther, “Do you feel that you’ve been forgiven?” He answered, “No, but I’m as sure As there’s a God in Heaven! For feelings come and feelings go, And feelings are deceiving. My warrant is the word of God; Naught else is worth believing. Though all my heart...

SUGGESTIONS AS TO THE USE OF TRACTS

The following is taken from R.A. Torrey’s book, “Methods of Christian Work” 1. Always read the tracts yourself before giving them to others. This is very necessary. Bad tracts abound to-day, tracts that contain absolutely pernicious doctrine. They are being circulated free by the million, and one needs to be...