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Voices of Wisdom

It is now possible to live a “Christian life” without doing the things that Jesus commanded us to do. We have hired people to go into all the world, to visit those in prison, to feed the hungry, to clothe the naked, and to care for widows and orphans, so the average Christian doesn’t have […]

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The Answer is “NO!”

In Psalm 77: 7-9, David asks 5 questions in a row— Will the Lord spurn forever and never again be favorable? Has his steadfast love forever ceased? Are his promises at an end for all time? Has God forgotten to be gracious? Has He in anger shut up his compassion? The Psalmist was often tempted […]

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Christ the Everlasting God

“Thou art from everlasting.” – Psalm 93:2 Christ is the everlasting One. Of Him we may sing with David, “Thy throne, O God, is for ever and ever.” Rejoice, believer, in Jesus Christ, the same yesterday, today, and for ever. Jesus always was. The Babe born in Bethlehem was united to the Word, which was […]

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Christ’s Poverty for the Help of Others

Because Christ was made poor, we are made rich; because He was homeless, He has opened to us the “many mansions”; because He was stripped of all, we may wear the white robes and sit with Him in heavenly places. He calls to each one of us to minister to Him in caring for the […]

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A Compassionate Savior

Let us remember that the eyes of our loving Savior are upon us morning, noon, and night. He will never suffer us to be tempted above that which we are able to bear. He is touched with the feelings of our weaknesses, for He suffered Himself being tempted. He knows what battles and conflicts are, […]

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Bob Jennings Two Years Ago

It was two years ago last week, on November 6, which was election day 2012, that Bob Jennings, beloved pastor at Highway M Chapel in Sedalia, Missouri, went to be with the Lord after a two year period of pancreatic cancer. Below is the Daily Thoughts I sent out the next day after his passing. […]

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Thankful for Mercy

Oh, you that have passed from death to life, you have reason indeed to be thankful! Remember what you once were by nature–dead. Think what you are now by grace–alive. Look at the dry bones thrown up from the graves. Such were you–and who has made you to differ? Go and fall low before the […]

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God Sees Me Continually

“Oh, Lord, You have searched me and known me.” – Psalm 139:1 What a preservation from sin would the continued reflection of this important fact prove to be. The eye of another person, even a child, being upon us would be sufficient to restrain us from various sins. So how much more should the eye […]

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Voices of Wisdom 11/7/2014

Today’s [professing evangelical] church wants to be raptured from responsibility. – Leonard Ravenhill A popular evangelist reaches your emotions, but a true prophet reaches your conscience. – Leonard Ravenhill The last word of Jesus to the church in Revelation was, “Repent!” – Leonard Ravenhill If modern professing Christianity is to receive a rejuvenation, it must […]

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God in the Hardest of Times

Lamentations 3 When you read Lamentations 1-3, you see Jeremiah’s lament over the horrible conditions of Jerusalem after the Babylonian captivity, and the grief, torment, and extreme suffering that followed. Chapter 3 expresses Jeremiah’s personal grief about his suffering, pain, and discouragement, and then the entire experience turns with a simple 3-letter word, “BUT”. It […]

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