Daily Thoughts Blog

Two Big Questions Often Asked

I received 2 questions from a dear brother, which I find are often the most asked questions by brothers who are seeking God; below is the dialogue we had– Dear Mack I have two questions for you 1) I have been a believer for about 4 years. I see growth in my life, I see […]

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Meeting Jesus in the Word

The reading of the Old Testament this morning was rich and wonderful. It’s not always that way. At times, it seems dry and it is as if I have gotten nothing after I’ve read, but that’s not the case; I’m not to judge carnally by my reasoning how much I profited from being in the […]

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All is Yours

‘I will never leave thee.’ – Hebrews 13:5 Whatever God has said to any saint, He has said to all. When He opens a well for one, it is that all may drink. When He opens a granary door to give out food, there may be one starving man who is the reason for it […]

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David Wilkerson’s Voice of Wisdom

I preached to gangs on the streets of Manhattan, Brooklyn and the Bronx, and miracles began to happen. Love is not only something you feel; it is is something you do. How quickly we forget God’s great deliverances in our lives; how easily we take for granted the miracles He performed in our past. Today […]

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Voices of Wisdom

All prayer is hidden. It is behind a closed door. The best spade diggers go down into deep ditches out of sight. There are numbers of surface workers, but few who in self obliteration toil alone with God. -Seth Joshua A church in the land without the Spirit is rather a curse than a blessing. If […]

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Our Compassionate Savior

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

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O, for a Sense of God!

‘What our generation needs is a sense of God,’ says David Wells, who has done more than anyone to analyze the weaknesses of modern evangelicalism. Steeped as we are in atheism and secularism in society and worldliness in the professing church, the times cry out for a sense of God. The present situation should vex […]

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The Doctrine of Adoption

The Christian is far more than a guest with God. – Donald Grey Barnhouse We can only begin an upright course of life when God, by his good pleasure, adopts us into His family. – John Calvin Adoption gives us the privilege of sons, and regeneration the nature of sons. – Stephen Charnock Understanding adoption […]

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The Greatest Need in Ministry

[In the 19th century, from the 1840’s to 1870’s, Scotland saw great blessing through the ministries of John, Andrew, and Horatius Bonar, and others such as Robert Murray M’Cheyne and John Milne. Those men attributed God’s blessing on their gospel labors to one thing primarily–real and consistent prayer and the power of the Holy Spirit. […]

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Our Actions are Important

An acre of performance is worth a whole world of promises. – James Howell No conduct of any man is neutral. – John Hus There are no non-religious actions, but only religious or irreligious ones. – C. S. Lewis Sympathy is no substitute for action. – David Livingstone The actions of men are the best […]

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