Monthly Archives: July 2015

My Shepherd!

“The LORD is my shepherd; I have everything I need!”¬†Psalm 23:1 The shepherd is a favorite Scriptural picture of the divine love and care. In the Old Testament, the twenty-third Psalm gathers the whole wonderful truth in exquisite lines, which … Continue reading

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The Sensational leads to the Outrageous

Why is this? Whence this distaste for the ordinary services of the sanctuary? I believe that the answer, in some measure, lies in a direction little suspected. There has been a growing pandering to sensationalism; and, as this wretched appetite … Continue reading

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