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An excerpt from What Shall This Man Do? by Watchman Nee

An excerpt from What Shall This Man Do? by Watchman Nee:

Pages 117-118:  “It is weight that counts.  Wood, hay, stubble are cheap, light, temporary; gold, silver, precious stones are costly, weighty, eternal.   446 more words

Mutual Justification

Romans 3:4 is a very interesting verse. It says,

Let God be true and every man a liar, as it is written, “That You may be declared righteous in Your words and may overcome when You are judged.”

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Sit Walk Stand [re-launch]

This coming Sunday we re-start a series at Calvary Assembly of God which we began last year called Sit Walk Stand: A Study In The Book Of Ephesians. 238 more words

Light Begets Light

In 1620, just before the Pilgrims set sail for the new world on the Mayflower, John Robinson, a pastor of the separatist group, gave a farewell speech in which he said, “I am verily persuaded the Lord hath more truth and light yet to break forth from His holy word.” This line has been memorialized in the famous hymn by George Rawson, … 510 more words


Words That Shape Us

I was raised with a deep appreciation for books. The written words of man are what shape our views and cast shadows on all we see. 9 more words


The What and How of Prayer

The Christian life is a life of prayer. Martin Luther said, “As it is the business of tailors to make clothes and cobblers to mend shoes, so it is the business of Christians to pray.” But prayer, like making clothes and mending shoes, requires learning and practice. 531 more words