I have been intensely studying the book of Romans lately and it has settled me in ways I didn't realize I needed setting. It has cleared up questions and strengthened my walk which honestly has been a little wobbly lately. I've been letting the junk of this world get in the way of my life … Continue reading G.R.A.C.E.
"Lead me in thy truth, and teach me: for thou art the God of my salvation; on thee do I wait all the day." — Psa 25:5 When the believer has begun with trembling feet to walk in the way of the Lord, he asks to be still led onward like a little child upheld … Continue reading Lead Me
Salvation has been on my heart greatly lately, a burden for those who are lost who do not know and accept the saving grace and sacrifice of Jesus Christ on their behalf. That deny who He is and what He did for them. That vehemently reject the most precious gift they will ever receive, the … Continue reading Sinners Salvation
I have thought lately about things I never want to hear. One is Jesus say "depart from me, I never knew you." Another is what this gripping song is about; that one day I will be a spectator at the judgement seat of Christ and I will see someone I should have witnessed to, should … Continue reading Words I Never Want To Hear
"He openeth, and no man shutteth." — Rev 3:7 Jesus is the keeper of the gates of paradise and before every believing soul he setteth an open door, which no man or devil shall be able to close against it. What joy it will be to find that faith in him is the golden key … Continue reading He Openeth
Today questions arose in our home concerning when and how we receive the Holy Spirit. We knew the moment we were saved because the Holy Spirit filled us, my going forward to pray before the church that day was the proof for me of my salvation. I am a very shy, reserved person and do … Continue reading The Holy Spirit Fell
That's the heartbroken cry I uttered in torment to my precious Savior on October 10, 2010. I had been under conviction for some time, really struggling with my wretched worthless state, not trusting that I could be loved, wanted, needed, saved from the depths of depravity I dwelt in. But on that day I heard … Continue reading I Am Vile.
Brothers and sisters tonight as I was reading from Spurgeon the devotionals for today were connected and they smote me to heart with their truth in my own life. In this story of Johnathon's lame son, a crippled broken man who has struggles and challenges to get by each day I see myself. I see … Continue reading Such A Dead Dog As I
My heart is so very often blessed when I take a few short moments to read from Morning and Evening by Spurgeon. This morning was no exception as my selection dealt with prayer. Of all the blessings and mercies God has extended to me prayer is one I truly cherish. To be able to come … Continue reading Turn Not Away My Prayer
Sometimes life as a pilgrim in this world is exhausting - we face challenges, obstacles, even persecution as we follow Jesus on this narrow path carrying our cross . We face pain, frustration, anger, hurt, rejection, hate, deceit, treachery and fear - we run into them almost daily. It hits us hard sometimes, we get … Continue reading Balm For A Weary Heart