Monthly Archives: May 2014

Except Ye Abide

As the Branch Cannot Bear Fruit of Itself, Except It Abide In the Vine; No More Can Ye, Except Ye Abide in Me—John 15.4  We know the meaning of the word except. It expresses some indispensable condition, some inevitable law. “The branch … Continue reading

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Abhoring Error and Loving the Truth

Our Reformers, working on the model of the Bible, laboured to set truth before the nations. They did not despise ‘head knowledge.’ They were careful that head knowledge should be true knowledge; and, in so far as it was so, … Continue reading

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Prayer for Pastors

Let the pastors boldly dare all things by the Word of God. . . . Let them constrain all the power, glory, and excellence of the world to give place to and to obey the divine majesty of this Word. … Continue reading

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The Lost Art of Discernment

We have lost sight of what the first Christians seemed to know so well, that it is important for believers to exercise discernment. Indeed, it is of such importance that the apostle Paul understood “spiritual discernment” as a spiritual gift … Continue reading

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God’s Glory in Marriage

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What does the Lord require of you?

What does the Lord require of you? “To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God.” Micah 6:8 Simplicity and comprehensiveness mark the requirements of my God. He can abbreviate His demands into the fewest words; but they are words which embrace . . . … Continue reading

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