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Cause for A Grateful Spirit

“O Lord, Thou hast pleaded the causes of my soul.”-Lamentations 3:58

Observe how positively the prophet speaks. He doth not say, “I hope, I trust, I sometimes think, that God hath pleaded the causes of my soul”; but he speaks of it as a matter of fact not to be disputed. 301 more words

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C. H. Spurgeon's Prayers-Prayer 14


LORD, we are longing to draw near; may Thy Spirit draw us near. We come by the way of Christ our Mediator. 1,259 more words


Know How to Wait

He that believeth shall not make haste. -Isaiah 28:16

e shall make haste to keep the Lord’s commandments; but he shall not make haste in any impatient or improper sense. 219 more words

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Endeavour Now to Bring Forth Fruit

“Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it with thy might.”-Ecclesiastes 9:10

“Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do,” refers to works that are possible. There are many things which our heart findeth to do which we never shall do. 334 more words

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Doing What God Can Bless

The Lord shall command the blessing upon thee in thy storehouses, and in all that thou settest thine hand unto. -Deuteronomy 28:8

f we obey the Lord our God He will bless that which He gives us. 215 more words

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Christ was not of the world in nature

This is the distinguishing mark — being different from the world in those respects in which Christ was different. Not making ourselves singular in unimportant points, as those poor creatures do, but being different from the world in those respects in which the Son of God and the Son of man, Jesus Christ, our glorious Examplar, was distinguished from the rest of mankind. 871 more words

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It is From Him that All Your Fruits Proceed

“The branch cannot bear fruit of itself.”-John 15:4

How did you begin to bear fruit? It was when you came to Jesus and cast yourselves on His great atonement, and rested on His finished righteousness. 320 more words

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