Monthly Archives: March 2020

March 21, 2020

“Even in the midst of holy things, somewhat of stain, spot or wrinkle will stick to us!”  (Barton Bouchier; 1794-1865)

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March 20, 2020

“The attributes of God’s grace, mercy, goodness and clemency shine forth in nothing so much as in pardoning sins.”  (Nathanael Hardy, 1618-1670)

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March 19, 2020

“Bring your most daring petitions, bring your most impossible requests, add others to them; let the whole Church join together in their wildest desires and demands!  There is no danger of exceeding the limit.”  (D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones;  1899-1981)

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March 18, 2020

“It is not so much the weeping eye God respects as the broken heart; yet I would be loath to stop their tears who can weep.  God stood looking on Hezekiah’s tears (Isaiah 38:5).”  (Thomas Watson;  1620-1686)

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March 17, 2020

“When we draw nigh to God, we should reverence him in our hearts, and express it in the most suitable and becoming behavior and gesture.”  (Matthew Henry; 1662-1714)

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March 16, 2020

“Thou, and thou alone O God, in all the universe, knowest altogether all that can be known concerning me, even to my inmost thought, as well as my outward act.”  (Martin Geier)

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March 15, 2020

“How much misery and despair would we omit if we did believe God at all times, and did not forget His sovereignty and power when facing troublesome days.”  (Anonymous)

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March 14, 2020

“When a disciple desires to be searched by the living God, he does not thereby intimate that there are no sins in him to be discovered:  he intimates that his foes are so many and so lively, that nothing can … Continue reading

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March 13, 2020

“Do thou to me as Lord, rule me by thy grace, govern me by thy Spirit, defend me by thy power, and crown me with thy salvation.”  (Robert Mossom;  1657)

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March 12, 2020

“Though the Apostle most tenderly loved all those to whom he sent his Epistles, yet no where do we read that he sought honors or riches for them from God, but only faith, love, holiness, patience, and other things of … Continue reading

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