God's Call To Repentance By Oswald J. Smith
Men have forgotten God. Sin flourishes on every side. The pulpit fails to grip. Nothing less than an outpouring of the Holy Spirit can meet the situation.
How may we secure such an outpouring of the Spirit? By prayer! True--and the first thing we m ... read more
God's Good Will By M. B. Babcock
Paul's thorn was not pleasant to him. He prayed to be rid of it. But when he found it had come to stay, he made friends with it swiftly. It was no longer how to dismiss, but how to entertain. He stopped groaning, and began glorying. It was clear to him t ... read more
God's Holy Flame By Peter Tay Eng Hoe
The foundation for spiritual revival is holiness unto God. When Gods revival fire falls upon us, it will reveal the self-centeredness of man. Gods holy fire will reveal and cleanse us from the problem of sin and iniquity in our own lives. But we must fi ... read more
God's Message For Today By E. Meadows
Gods message for the world today is definitely repentance, and turning from sin. It has always been His message. The message of repentance is heralded forth with fiery zeal by all the Holy prophets of old as a means of avoiding Gods judgments in the ... read more
God's Pattern For Revival By Barry Reed
Barry Reed of New Zealand, is calling ministers of his city together for exhortations and prayer once a month, emphasizing a holy life and revival. This article is edited from a message he delivered to the group.
Scripture Reading: 2 Chronicles 29: ... read more
God's Plan By Harold J. Sala
Gods plan is for strong homes to produce strong lives. Strong homes will produce character and values in children. Integrity and character are in short supply, as witnessed in our daily newspapers. Many prominent sociologists see a definite correlatio ... read more
God's Time Is NOW! By W. C. Moore
Oh, man! Oh, woman! Oh, peoples of the earth whom God has made! Oh, nations of the world! -- Prepare to meet thy God! Give attention, with all your heart, to the one essential preparation that counts! We must give account to God at the Judgment. None ca ... read more
God's Word - Primary Source Of Guidance By Wesley L. Duewel
The Bible is the primary resource for the Holy Spirits guidance to you in the major decisions of life. The more your mind is saturated with the whole of Gods Word, the more time you spend in daily reading and thinking on Gods Word, the more prepare ... read more
God's Word--Lamp Of Our Feet By Bernard Barton (1784-1849)
Lamp of our feet, whereby we trace our path when wont to stray,
Stream from the fount of heavenly grace, brook by the travelers way.
Bread of our souls, whereon we feed, true manna from on high,
Our guide and chart, wherein we read of realms beyond ... read more
God, Forgive Us! By Amy Carmichael
We who follow the Crucified are not here to make a pleasant thing of life; we are called to suffering for the sake of a suffering, sinful world. The Lord forgive us our shameful evasions and hesitations.
His brow was crowned with thorns. Do we ... read more
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"I know whom I have believed, and am persuaded that He is ABLE
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* "ABLE to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think" (Eph. 3:20).
* "ABLE to make all grace abound toward you: that ye, always having all sufficiency in a ... read more
Gods Cause Prospers When Prayer Is Mighty By E. M. Bounds
The prayers of Gods saints are the capital stock in heaven by which Christ carries on His great work upon earth. The great throes and mighty convulsions on earth are the results of these prayers. Earth is changed, revolutionized, angels move on more pow ... read more
Gods Desert Detours By Stephen S. Friesen
Scripture Reading: Exodus 13:17-22
The above Scripture passage is overshadowed in these chapters by the dramatic stories of the children of Israels deliverance from Pharaohs domination and of their deliverance through the Red Sea. It is a pass ... read more
Gods Order For Happy Family Life By Dr. H. C. Slade
Honour thy father and thy mother, that thy days may be long upon the land which the Lord thy God giveth thee (Exodus 20:12).
God in His love and wisdom established family relationships. If His order is observed, home can be a bit of heav ... read more
Gods Perfect Peace By Jack Hartman
Gods Word tells us that His "perfect peace" is available to us. No other peace remotely compares with Gods perfect peace. It is total, complete and absolute--a beautiful peace that never changes.
The following verse of Scripture tells us exactly ... read more
Gods Power In Revival By Sammy Tippit
Edited from a message delivered at the "Heart-Cry for Revival" Conference near Asheville, North Carolina, May 23-27.
There are dangers in talking about Gods Power, especially in relation to revival. There are three dangers I want to mention to ... read more
Gods Power Is For You By Wesley L. Duewel
God wants you to understand more fully and to appropriate more adequately His mighty power. God is a personal Being of infinite power. Being a person, He exercises His power according to wisdom and love. As the Father of a spiritual family, He desires to ... read more
Gods Power Is For You! By Wesley L. Duewel
God wants you to understand more fully and to appropriate more adequately His mighty power. God is a personal Being of infinite power. Being a person, He exercises His power according to wisdom and love. As the Father of a spiritual family, He desires ... read more
Gods Power Working In Us By F. B. Meyer
Oh, ponder this! The Father wrought perfectly in the yielded nature of Jesus, and the result was summed up in the cry, "This is My Beloved Son in whom I am well pleased." In some such manner it is possible to walk worthy of God unto all pleasing. It is ... read more
Gods Superior Word By Dr. N. A. Woychuk
"O Lord, how great are Thy works! And Thy thoughts are very deep" (Psa. 92:5).
Gods own evaluation of His Word is that it is superior. Just as the heavens are higher than the earth, so His thoughts, His words, His ways are superior to those of ... read more
Going Forth With The King By Frances Ridley Havergal
"The king said, Wherefore wentest thou not with me?" (2 Samuel 19:25).
"With me!" (John 17:24). To be with our King will be our highest bliss for eternity, and surely it is the position of highest honor and gladness now. But if we would always ... read more
Growth Through Reading And Studying Scripture By Gerald E. McGraw and George McPeek
Regular, consistent time with the Word allows the Holy Spirit to illuminate and apply it in practical life situations. Growth is the natural result. The process can, however, falter at any point. Whenever other activities crowd out devotional Scripture r ... read more
Guarding The First Love By E. S. Gerig, Christ Life
"Because iniquity shall abound, the love of many shall wax cold" (Matt. 24:12). This waning of love refers to the dying out of the fire of a holy passion for the Lord Himself and for those for whom He gave His life, the loss of holy enthusiasm in His ... read more
Guarding Your Child's Heart By Elfriede Schaeffer
An acquaintance of ours was thoroughly devoted to the church and to God. His sons, though they had grown up in the church, were just as thoroughly devoted to themselves and to the world. I imagine that they, like most children who grow up in evangelical ... read more
Guide For Life By G. Campbell Morgan
I distinctly remember the day when I left home to face life, amid its crowded ways, for myself. My father, whose philosophy was certainly that of Hebrew wisdom, gave me these verses: Trust in the Lord with all thine heart, and lean not on thine understan ... read more
He Who Abides Must Also Walk By Andrew Murray
He who seeks to abide in Christ must walk even as He walked. A branch bears fruit of the same sort as the vine to which it belongs. The life of the vine and the branch is so completely identical that the manifestation of that life must be identical to ... read more
Hear The Word Of The Lord Ye That Tremble At His Word - Isaiah 66:5 By W. C. Moore
Awake, Christians of America--and of the whole world! The judgments of God hang over us and only desperate measures will save us from worse horrors than are now crushing the very life out of some throughout the world. The fact that we l ... read more
Heart And Heat! By E. M. Bounds
"God requires to be represented by a fiery Church. He can and does tolerate many things in the way of infirmity and error in His children. He can and will pardon sin when the penitent prays, but two things are intolerable to Him--insincerity and lukewar ... read more
Help Change The World Through Prayer By David Smithers
Did you know that the Kingdom of God will not come apart from prayer? The unreached will never hear the sweet name of Jesus without the labor of someones Spirit-led prayers. Regardless of how things may appear on the surface, nothing of eternal value ... read more
Help Children Experience God's Grace By Paul A. Kienel
The summer before my father died in 1940, my sister and I lived with the Macks, a farm couple who were members of our fathers Assemblies of God church in Dufer, Oregon. We had stayed on several farms during our fathers long struggle with tuberculosis.
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Help Children Memorize Gods Word By N. A. Woychuk
Bible memorizing is a vital subject. I am hopeful that pastors and other Christian leaders in key positions in the churches, in the Christian schools and in other institutions will study this subject carefully so that they might be able to lead their peop ... read more
Helps In Dealing With Souls By Arthur T. Pierson
Many Christians have found themselves utterly helpless in dealing with inquirers. They have not been able to meet the difficulties in the way of some, and as a result, their work has been most discouraging. The following have been found to be most helpf ... read more
Hindrances To Obtaining The Blessing By Samuel L. Brengle
Holiness has not legs and does not go walking about visiting idle people, as a lazy Christian seemed to think who told me that he thought the experience would come to him some day.
The fact is, there are hindrances in the way of holines ... read more
Hold Fast True Riches By Martha S. Nicholson
Let me hold lightly things of this earth;
Transient treasures, what are they worth?
Moths can corrupt them, rust can decay;
All their bright beauty fades in a day.
Let me hold lightly temporal things --
I, who am deathless, I, who wear wings!
Let ... read more
Hold Fast! Pray Through! By W. C. Moore
With the serious falling away among Christian people apparent in our day, many despair of ever again seeing a real Holy Spirit revival. But Peter, moved by the Holy Spirit, shows us that the prophecy of Joel is for the Church age (Read Acts 2:14-20). ... read more
Holiness And Christs Return By D. M. Panton
The divorce between the teaching of consecration and the heralding of Christs return is a painful and dangerous development of the moment. The Judge standing before the doors is no longer the dynamic truth that shook the apostolic church to its foundat ... read more
Holiness And Christs Return By D. M. Panton
Jesus says of the faithful and wise steward whom He sets over the household, "Blessed is that servant, whom his lord when he cometh shall find so doing: of a truth I say unto you, that he will set him over all that he hath. But if that servant [that i ... read more
Holiness And Power By A. M. Hills
When Jesus rose from the dead, the whole of His devoted followers could assemble in one upper chamber. At the time of His ascension, they numbered one hundred and twenty.
Of all the ages of history, that day was the age of universal corruption. Out ... read more
Holiness What Is It? By Samuel Brengle
This is the will of God, even your sanctification
For God hath not called us unto uncleanness, but unto holiness (1 Thess. 4:3,7). Without holiness, no man shall see the Lord (Heb. 12:14). Therefore, Be ye holy! (1 Peter 1:16).
Anyo ... read more
Holy And Believing Remnant By R. H. Moon
Always among Gods people there has been a holy and believing remnant who prayed down the outpouring of the Spirit. When things were blackest and most discouraging, such as these sought the face of God, and God heard and answered their prayers.
Such is ... read more
How Do I Pray For My Neighbors? By Alvin J. Vander Griend
The prayer of a righteous man is powerful and effective.
Elijah was a man just like us. He prayed earnestly that it would not rain, and it did not rain on the land for three and a half years. Again he prayed, and the heavens gave rain, and th ... read more
How Do You See The Cross? By Robert E. Coleman
Gods call to commitment costs something. It cost Jesus His life, and if we follow Him it will cost ours too.
Jesus made it clear: "Whosoever will come after Me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow Me" (Mark 8:34).
Ye ... read more
How Do You Take Reproof? By A. E. Reinschmidt
"I will watch to see what He will say unto me, and what I shall answer when I am reproved" (Hab. 2:1).
The purpose in reproof is the recovery of them that may be out of the way of righteousness, but unaware of the fact. We Christians fall into er ... read more
How God Taught Me To Give By Oswald J. Smith
Let me tell you how God taught me to give. It was a lesson that has remained with me to this day.
I had been pastor in a large Presbyterian church in the city of Toronto. One day I resigned and, finally, I became pastor of a church that knew how t ... read more
How I Learned To Pray For The Lost By L. J. M.
Believers everywhere are burdened for unsaved or backsliding loved ones. However, many are praying in a spirit of fear and worry instead of in faith.
This has caused the writer to seek for definite light on how to pray, feeling the need of prayi ... read more
How May We Love Him More? By F. B. Meyer
Spend much time alone in contemplating what He has done for you, and what He is, as the Chiefest among ten thousand and the altogether lovely . Stir the inner fire by means of memory, and let hope pile on it the fuel of promise till it begins to blaze ... read more
How May We Love Him More? By F. B. Meyer
Spend much time alone in contemplating what He has done for you, and what He is, as the "Chiefest among ten thousand" and the "altogether lovely." Stir the inner fire by means of memory. Let hope pile on it the fuel of promise until it begins to blaze. ... read more
How Spiritual Power Is Lost By R. A. Torrey
One of the strangest and saddest stories of the Old Testament history is that of Samson. It is also one of the most instructive. He was by far the most remarkable man of his day. The grandest opportunities were open to him, but after striking temporary ... read more
How To Abide By F.B. Meyer
Hand over to Christ every temptation. When you feel temptation approaching you, as a bird by some quick instinct is aware that the hawk is hovering near, then instantly lift your heart to Christ for deliverance. He cannot rebuff or fail you. He shall cov ... read more
How To Agree In Prayer By Charles Finney, Lectures On Revivals of Religion
Avoid Long Prayers
"The prayers should always be short. When individuals suffer themselves to pray long, they forget where they are, that they are only the mouth of the congregation, and that the congregation cannot be expected to go along and feel ... read more