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July 12, 2020

“How sad that a child of God is troubled by blind mistrust more frequently than he enjoys exercising faith in the unseen.”  (Frans Bakker; 1919-1965)

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July 11, 2020

“If the Lord governs all things by his providence, none but He can declare the end from the beginning.  If any man can foretell those events which depend on the sovereign pleasure of God, he must derive his information from … Continue reading

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July 10, 2020

“The way to place our confidence in God is to lift our confidence off all creatures.”  (David Dickson; 1583-1662)

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July 9, 2020

“The more extensive a man’s obedience is unto God’s commandments, the more he is grown in grace.”  (William Bridge; 1648)

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July 8, 2020

“All true penitents consider the service of sin as the greatest bondage, the deepest misery; but the service of God in Christ as the truest freedom, the sweetest happiness.”  (John Colquhoun; 1748-1827)

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July 7, 2020

“For faith is a gift of grace, and could not be foreseen in any but those on whom the great Dispenser of every favor had determined to bestow it.”  (Abraham Booth; 1734-1806)

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July 6, 2020

“Like a river, his loving-kindness is always flowing with a fullness inexhaustible as his own nature, which is its source.”  (Charles H. Spurgeon; 1834-1892)

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July 5, 2020

“He who reigneth over all has sent for us, and bidden us come—bidden us ask.  He will not dishonor his own promise: treat him as a father, and see whether he will not make you his dear child.”  (William Arnot;  … Continue reading

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July 4, 2020

“The heart taught of God cannot contain itself, but breaks out in praise and singing.” (John Stephen)

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July 3, 2020

“The prayer of faith can only be offered where the will of God is not definitely known.” (William Graham Scroggie; 1877-1958)

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