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At The Cross Where I First Saw The Light!

As I watched the sun come up this morning, I immediately thought of this song, and what our Lord and Savior did for us. Today is the day we as Christians set aside to celebrate the gift of what our Father gave to us. 18 more words

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Samuel Rutherford - Faith

“THE faith that God requireth of sinners is that they rely upon Christ, as despairing of their own righteousness, leaning wholly and withal humbly, as weary and laden, upon Christ as on the resting stone laid in Zion. 75 more words


Philippians 4:19

When Christians pray personal petitions for
perceived needs in their lives, the supply for such is
already promised in Jesus Christ (Phil. 4:19).

“What does the Christian not have, what can he possibly… 147 more words

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Richard D. Land on the Civil Rights Act: Celebrate How Far We Have Come In 50 Years, But Let Us Resolve to Finish the Journey

I believe the vast majority of Americans are disappointed in the degree of racial division, mistrust and misunderstanding that still plagues our society. And I further believe that disappointment and discontent stretch through all ethnic groups and generations.


Eloquence - 1 Corinthians 1:17

“For Christ did not send me to baptize but to preach the gospel,
and not with words of eloquent wisdom, lest the cross of Christ be emptied of its power.” … 564 more words


Every saint is God’s temple - Thomas Brooks

It was a choice saying of Augustine, ‘Every saint is God’s temple, and he that carries his temple around with him, may go to prayer when he pleases.’ Some saints have never had so much of heaven brought down into their hearts, as when, they have been with God in a corner.

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O Lord, there is none like You! ~James Smith~

“O Lord, there is none like You!” Your love is astonishing, your condescension is boundless, your grace surpasses thought, your patience is exceeding great,  your compassion is everlasting, and your faithfulness is immutable!

~James Smith~