March 1, 2021

“The weakest creature can quell the mightiest man, if God bid go.”  Richard Clerke  (1634)

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February 28, 2021

“It was for the trial of their faith that these things happened to the Israelites, as do the trials of all Christians in all ages:  and it is “after we have suffered awhile” that we may expect to be established, strengthened and settled.”  Brownlow North  (1741-1820)

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February 27, 2021

“All wonderful!  Wonderful that the Spirit should strive with man; wonderful that God should bear with his backslidings; wonderful that God should love him not withstanding his pollutions; wonderful that God should persist in saving him in spite, as it were, of himself.”  (Henry Melvill’ 1709-1871)

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February 26, 2021

“Let us remember also that in our own understanding there is nothing but vanity and that we must not measure God by our measuring stick.”  John Calvin  (1509-1564)

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February 25, 2021

“God is called our Father, not merely as the author of our existence and the source of every blessing, but especially as reconciled towards us through Jesus Christ.”  Charles Hodge   (1797-1878)

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February 24, 2021

“For when we repose all faith in Him to whom we cling and understand that all things flow from Him alone and that we are in His care, then sweet love toward Him has to follow.”  Martin Luther (1483-1546)

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February 23, 2021

“Joy is experienced when we realize that our sin has been judged and put away in Christ.  It has been so in the purpose and intention of God.”  Frederick Brotherton Meyer  (1847-1929)

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February 22, 2021

“Our expectation must rest upon the power and promise of God and these alone or we shall be disappointed.  Andrew Fuller  (1754-1815)

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February 21, 2021

“The fruit of daily serious examination of the conscience concerning sin committed is to make a man humble, quiet, and submissive to the Lord.”  David Dickson  (1583-1662)

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February 20, 2021

“The cure for unbelief is not argument but the action of the Holy Spirit.”  George Burrowes  (1811-1894)

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