Month: April 2019

Unto us who are called of God, it is the power of God, and the wisdom of God

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III.Now we come to our third point, A GOSPEL ADMIRED; unto us who are called of God, it is the power of God, and the wisdom of God. Now, beloved, this must be a matter of pure experience between your souls and God. If you are called of God this morning, you will know it. I know there are times when a Christian has to say,

Tis a point I long to know,

Oft it causes anxious thought;

Do I love the Lord or no?

Am I his, or am I not?”

Charles H. Spurgeon- “Christ Crucified,” A Sermon Delivered on Sabbath Morning, February 11, 1855

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BILLY GRAHAM DAILY DEVOTIONAL (Saturday 6 April 2019) TOPIC: Know the Bible More Of Billy Graham Daily Devotional Here Search the Book of the Lord . . . —Isaiah 34:16 (TLB) BILLY GRAHAM DAILY DEVOTIONAL MESSAGE: A knowledge of the Bible…

Prayer That Works | Sermon by Tony Evans

The Son of God


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God Incomprehensible

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Job 38:1-40:4

Lost in the silent solitude of recent days, I have been impressed anew with the vast handiwork of our incomprehensible God. The psalmist was correct: The heavens do indeed tell of the glory of God ... their expanse does indeed declare the work of His hands (Ps. 19:1).

At a time when one-upmanship and human intimidation have become an art form, it is delightful to be reminded anew that “Our God is in the heavens” and that “He does whatever He pleases” (Ps. 115:3).

Old Zophar was right on target when he asked:

“Can you discover the depths of God?
Can you discover the limits of the Almighty?
They are high as the heavens, what can you do?
Deeper than Sheol, what can you know?
Its measure is longer than the earth
And broader than the sea.
If He passes by or shuts up,
Or calls an assembly…

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