Crowd Control


They came in among them, but they did not know the God who gave the Christians their religion. So they practiced the words. They mimicked the faithful; for as their eyes could only see Man, the things of Man they used for their advantage. They rose to powerful position, still not knowing the God of … Continue reading

Tear Your Hearts


Listening with all our might, we can hear it. The key is “All”. “O blessed Spirit, let us hear the death-cries of Jesus, and our hearts shall be rent even as men rend their vestures in the day of lamentation.” (Charles Spurgeon, Morning and Evening)

“At All Costs! Avoid God”


The wicked creatures crawl around in the darkness. They are not searching for release from their agony. There is none to attain. Resigned to what they do, they have no regard for what is Good. The objects in their path are familiar enough to avoid. They move from one to another like monkeys playing in … Continue reading

Serve Self?


Let common sense rule. Every servant serves a master. He who serves himself is no servant at all. Doesn’t he make himself his own domain; King and the subjects over which he rules. Can anyone say “folly”? And no servant is allowed to serve two masters, such a man will not serve either one with … Continue reading

Everlasting Strength


How can I make this small? “They go from strength to strength.” —Psalm 84:7 They go from strength to strength. There are various renderings of these words, but all of them contain the idea of progress. Our own good translation of the authorized version is enough for us this morning. “They go from strength to … Continue reading

The Temple


How the relentless wind blows; chilling the bones and securing the approaching season’s home. Plowing the earth for snow’s foundation. The blinding white temple will be built, regardless man’s desire for Spring. The Gospel blows upon the earth, beautiful, beautiful, beautiful in all its Holy intent; chilling all souls and preparing for the approaching season … Continue reading