August 3, 2020

“Will anyone dare to conclude that there is unrighteousness with God because he dispenses or withholds his favors according to his own sovereign pleasure?”  (Abraham Booth; 1734-1806)

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August 2, 2020

“When you have asked once—asked many times, and failed to obtain relief, you are tempted gradually to lose hope and abandon prayer.  Here the lesson of the parable comes in:  it teaches you to continue asking until you receive.”  (Luke 11: 5-10)  (William Arnot, 1808-1875)

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August 1, 2020

“Love is no burden.  Is it any labor for the bride to love her husband?  Love is delightful.”  (Thomas Watson;  1620-1686)

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July 31, 2020

“Once we have taken a problem to God, we should cease to concern ourselves with it. We should turn our backs upon it and center our gaze upon God. Is not this precisely where we go astray?” (D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones; 1899-1981)

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July 30, 2020

“He draws us, and we come. He makes us thirsty and we drink. He changes our heart, our mind, and our will by His Spirit and Word, and we find Him more precious than all the riches of the world, and consider all things but dung for the excellency of the knowledge of Christ Jesus our Lord.” (Herman Hoeksema; 1886-1965)

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July 29, 2020

“The poorer the wretch, the more welcome is he at the door of divine charity.” (Charles H. Spurgeon; 1834-1892)

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July 28, 2020

“All the blessings which a person receives here, and will receive hereafter, are gifts of grace from God, not founded upon man’s merits.” (Norval Geldenhuys, 1918-1964)

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July 27, 2020

“Sin is of an encroaching nature; it creeps into the soul by degrees, step by step, until it has the soul at the very height of sin.” (Thomas Brooks; 1608-1680)

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July 26, 2020

“There is no better test of our true character, than the habitual effect of ‘vain thoughts’ upon our minds—whether we love and indulge them, or abhor, and watch and pray against them.” (Thomas Scott; 1747-1821)

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July 25, 2020

“The world can create trouble in peace, but God can create peace in trouble.” (Thomas Watson; 1620-1686)

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