Monthly Archives: February 2010

February 26, 2010

“God is thus far mercifully indulgent to our weakness, and He will not take it ill at our hands if by earnest and importunate prayer we seek Him for deliverance until we know His Good pleasure in the matter.” (Jeremiah … Continue reading

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February 23, 2010

“When the believer questions the power of God, or his interest in it, his joy gusheth out as blood out of a broken vein.” William Gurnall (First published 1662)

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February 22, 2010

“The first word He spoke to man in paradise was the law, the second was the glorious Gospel; He made Himself known first as the Sovereign, and then as the Redeemer.” R.S. Candlish; 1806

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February 21, 2010

“How weak soever the believer finds himself, and how powerful soever he perceives his enemy to be, it is all one to him, he hath no more to do but to put faith on work, and to wait till God … Continue reading

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February 20, 2010

“With the growth in goodness grows the sense of sin. One law fulfilled shows a thousand neglected. Moral advancement, as a natural consequence, destroys the sense of merit, and produces that of sin.” (Moztley)

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February 19, 2010

“Prayer is a necessity of spiritual life, and all who earnestly try to pray soon feel the need of teaching how to do it.” (author unknown)

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February 18, 2010

“To have delivered me from all my troubles had been a great favour, but a far greater to deliver me from all my fears; for where that would but have freed me from present evil, this secures me from evil … Continue reading

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