Monthly Archives: September 2013

let us think

When was the last time you really thought for yourself? Think about it for a second. When was the last time you were alone with nothing or no one but yourself? No phone, no internet, no tv, no car, no … Continue reading

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A tragedy

The tragedy of our day, we are more concerned with happiness than holiness. – Leonard Ravenhill If you want to see God seek holiness. If you want a reward now seek happiness but don’t expect to see God. “Blessed are … Continue reading

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A familiar monster

Sin is a monster of such awful mien, That to be hated needs but to be seen, But seen too oft, familiar with face, We first endure, Then pity, Then embrace. Poem adapted from An Essay On Man by Alexander … Continue reading

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My dreams or Jesus

We may have an opportunity to pursue our “dreams” but are those dreams about Jesus? What good will it do in eternity if we have all satisfaction in this life but don’t really desire Jesus? Are our “dreams” are compelling … Continue reading

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