An Interesting Observation


We all grieve when we see how our Country has has changed over the years. So many of the popular opinions in the culture today are in opposition to biblical truth. At the same time we have a lot for which to be thankful. We still enjoy religious liberty which is denied in many other parts of the …

The God of All Comfort


“Blessed be God, even the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies, and the God of all comfort…”  (II Corinthians 1:3). What a wonderful title, “the God of all comfort.” In Romans 15:13 He is called the God of hope and in I Peter 5:10, the God of all grace. What an encouraging message …

After This Manner Pray


THE MORE THIS BLESSED and wondrous prayer be pondered—one which we personally love to think of as “the family prayer”—the more will the perfect wisdom of its Author be apparent. Here we are taught both the manner and method of how to pray, and the Father’s good will toward us, and therefore has He …

Consider One Another


In our human nature there is a tendency to think only about ourselves, but this verse says we are to “consider  one another.”  We are members of the same family and partners in the same work.  Someone has said, “The Bible knows nothing of solitary religion.”  We must be involved with other people …

How The Ten Commandments Work


My family was attending a worship service punctuated by a powerful sermon on the Ten Commandments. After its conclusion, I turned to my wife Luella and said, “I’m so glad our children were here to listen to that sermon!”It happened to me without even noticing: I placed myself outside the circle of …

Dealing With Guilt


DO YOU EVER STRUGGLE with feelings of guilt? Are you haunted by guilt-ridden moments in your life and wish you could undo the past? Have you found that the more you try to ignore your guilty conscience, the stronger it grows? Wrestling with guilt can be a paralyzing, life-consuming battle that …

The Christian's Love To Christ


The following is an excerpt from The True Christian’s Love to the Unseen Christ, written by English pastor Thomas Vincent over 300 years ago.  It is observed, and it is greatly to be lamented, that there is, of late years, a great decay in the power of godliness among those that are sincere; and is …

Arise, my soul, arise!


This Charles Wesley classic came to me with fresh joy recently, and called me to a deeper contemplation of all that Christ has done for my soul. Not only was the entire Trinity at work in the redemption and reconciliation of my soul to God, but my name, even now, is written on his hands and "before …

You know there is a God


"The invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse" (Romans 1:20).

New video with Martyn-Lloyd Jones


I enjoyed this interview with Martyn-Lloyd Jones which was recorded in 1970. He lays out the contrast between the view that modern society has of mankind, and that which is given in God's Word. He declares that the biblical truth about man is that he is "a creature gone astray." Rather than …