Turn From Sin And Believe The Gospel By W. C. Moore
Jesus never preached an easy Gospel, a soft, compromising way of salvation. Before we are saved, we live to please ourselves. When we get saved, we give up our own ways and seek to please God.
"No man can serve two masters" (Matt. 6:24). "Whosoev ... read more
Unblameable In Holiness At The Coming of the Lord By Jessie Penn-Lewis
The primary thing is that each watcher for Christ should eagerly aim at being prepared for sudden translation, more than at great and successful service in the sight of men. Personal holiness of character is of more importance in God¬ís sight than clear un ... read more
Under The Shadow Of The Almighty By Mary B. M. Duncan
"Under the shadow of the Almighty." This is an expression which implies great nearness. We must walk very close to a companion, if we would have his shadow fall on us. Can we imagine any expression more perfect in describing the constant presence of G ... read more
Unhindered Prayers By R. E. Lacy
"That your prayers be not hindered" (1 Peter 3:7).
There is hardly a limit to the spiritual benefits of unhindered prayers. Does not the Scripture say, "If you abide in Me, and My words abide in you, you shall ask what you will, and it shall be done ... read more
United Prayer For All Christians By Andrew Murray
"To the saints and faithful brethren in Christ, which are at Colosse. We give thanks to God, praying always for you, since we heard of the love which ye have to all the saints." "Continue in prayer, and watch in the same with thanksgiving, withal prayin ... read more
United Prayer Ivan H. French
The witness of Scripture is clear that there is great benefit in God¬ís people praying together. When Christians join in united prayer: God is pleased, power is displayed from heaven, answers are obtained, and Christians are strengthened and advanced in ... read more
Urgency Demands Mobilization --Author unknown
"Shall not God avenge His own elect, which cry day and night unto Him, though He bear long with them? I tell you that He will avenge them speedily" (Luke 18:7-8).
Every Christian who means business will importune God daily for a latter-day Penteco ... read more
Urgent! By Samuel F. Hurnard
Every year now makes our relation to the Lord's coming a matter of more vital and urgent importance. Questions are being settled now which shall determine, not so much our salvation, but our position in the coming age, our reward or loss.
Some ... read more
Using God's Word In Prayer By Wesley L. Duewel
God¬ís Word has an essential role in all aspects of your prayer life. Your communion with God will be based on and include much communion through the Word. Your praise must of necessity make much use of Scripture as you praise the Lord. Whatever time you s ... read more
Using The Word Of God In Prayer By F. J. Perryman
Years ago it came as a startling revelation to me that there was no way so effective in prayer as praying with the Scriptures. I like a prayer meeting where business is done, the devil challenged, and something new in the constructive plan of God is l ... read more
Value In Visitation By A. Doolittle
Things weren¬ít going well at Joe¬ís home. Drinking was almost destroying it. About this time, another man asked Joe¬ís wife for a date and she accepted. In his rage, Joe said, "I¬íll shoot that guy!"
Joe actually had this man in his gun sights, but ... read more
Victors Through Christ! By Ruth Paxson
While it is foolish to underestimate the devil¬ís power, it is fatal to overestimate it. However great and powerful he is, he has been overcome by the mighty Lord, whose victory is our victory (1 John 4:4). Let us now see how that victory is made ours. ... read more
Victory Over Spiritual Conflict By John A. MacMillan
Among the spiritually significant stories of the Old Testament, there are none that contain deeper teaching for the individual overcomer and the whole militant Church of Christ than those of the outflow from the smitten rock and the ensuing battle with Am ... read more
Vision Of A Revivalist By Fred D. Jarvis
We are seeking to make the Church, asleep and silent, to be the Church revived and militant. We are seeking to call God¬ís people back to the old paths, to get people to pray fervently, fast frequently, and work mightily for the Lord¬óand for the lost.
W ... read more
Waiting For Jesus By Rich Carmicheal
"...But now he has appeared once for all at the end of the age to do away with sin by the sacrifice of himself...he will appear a second time, not to bear sin, but to bring salvation to those who are waiting for him" (Hebrews 9:26-28).
One of t ... read more
Walk Humbly To Have God¬ís Full blessing By W. C. Moore
The Pharisees are not all dead yet by any means. Even the most spiritual churches today have many twentieth century Pharisees parading around¬ósupposed to be ¬ďso good,¬Ē when as a matter of fact they have the devil in them and are as graves which appear not ... read more
Warring With The Word By F. J. Perryman
Years ago it came as a startling revelation to me that there was no way so effective as warring and praying with the Scriptures. It rather spoiled me for the average prayer meeting, which is largely filled with hymn and chorus singing and an address. ... read more
Watch And Pray By Dave Butts
When you pick up a paper like "Herald of His Coming," you expect to find articles focusing on the Second Coming of Jesus. You do find that, although not as one would expect. There¬ís very little in the way of speculation concerning future events. Most C ... read more
Watch And Pray Always! By Keith Brooks
¬ďAnd take heed to yourselves, lest at any time your hearts be overcharged with surfeiting, and drunkenness, and cares of this life, and so that day come upon you unawares. For as a snare shall it come on all them that dwell on the face of the whole earth. ... read more
Watch Ye! Pray Ye! By Sarah Foulkes Moore
Everything about us bespeaks of the soon coming of the Lord from Heaven! The dispensation is ending. Earth's long day is closing. Midnight is near!
It was the midnight shout, "Behold, the Bridegroom cometh," that revived the sleeping virgins (Ma ... read more
Ways To Pray For People Of Influence By Gary P. Bergel
The life of every citizen is impacted by an estimated 500,000 or more individuals who wield significant influence each day. Consider the vast multitude of elected officials, appointed judges, lawyers, police officers, bureaucrats, officials, military of ... read more
Ways To Prepare For Christ's Return Arranged by G. Cutler
1. Purifying ourselves and letting God sanctify us wholly (Colossians 3:4-14; 1 Thessalonians 5:23-24; 1 John 3:3)
2. Abiding in Christ (John 15:1-6; 1 John 2:28)
3. Abounding more and more in love, knowledge, and judgment (Philippians 1:9-10; 1 The ... read more
We Are God¬ís Stewards By Rick Benjamin
Two members of the households of Jesus¬í time who are not common today are servants and stewards. Servants were vital members of the household who took care of the natural needs of all the others. Stewards in the household were those who, in many respec ... read more
We Can Have A Revival Greater Than Pentecost By Hyman J. Appelman
"Repent, then, and turn to God, so that your sins may be wiped out, that times of refreshing may come from the Lord" (Acts 3:19).
Only a sweeping religious awakening will bring God back to America and save our land. We need a religious awakening ... read more
We Conquer On Our Knees By H. Robb French
When the Church of the living God is on her knees in earnest, believing prayer, Satan¬ís hands are tied and his purpose is frustrated. Satan¬ís supreme effort therefore must be to lure the people of God from the closet of prayer so that he can freely opera ... read more
We Must Have God¬ís Fullness! By A. M. Hills
"Why is it that the Christian Church, instead of pushing a bold, aggressive warfare, under the leadership of her divine Teacher, the Holy Spirit, for the conquest of the world, is in the main quietly reposing in her trenches, barracks and spiritual ho ... read more
We Must Pray More By J. Hudson Taylor
A young man had been called to the foreign field. He had not been in the habit of preaching but he knew one thing, how to prevail with God. Going one day to a friend, he said, "I don't see how God could use me on the field. I have no special talent."
... read more
We Need A Revival That Will Restore A Moral Consciousness Evangelist Joe Hankins
If ever there was a time, if ever there was a task, if ever there was a challenge that would put God¬ís people on their faces in heart-searching, heartbroken prayer¬óit is today! Every one of us who names the Name of Christ needs the courage to face our ... read more
We Need Another Pentecost By Ivor Powell
In spite of the fact that my statement will probably annoy the theologians, I repeat with emphasis that the great need of the Church is another Pentecost!
It is very doubtful whether any promise of Christ was more related to the effectiveness o ... read more
We Need New Life From God By R. A. Torrey
If there was ever a time in which there was need to cry unto God in the words of the Psalmist, "Wilt Thou not revive us again, that Thy people may rejoice in Thee?" (Psa.85:6), it is this day in which we live. It is surely time for the Lord to work, for m ... read more
We Need The Flow Of The Holy Spirit By Paul H. Holsinger
Today the whole world is wired for Christianity! There are Christians scattered everywhere throughout the world. What if every believer, no matter where placed, should suddenly be awakened and revived, and turned to the Lord with renewed faith and broke ... read more
Wesley On Christian Perfection From Pulpit Helps
From one of John Wesley¬ís letters which he wrote to a critic of his teaching on Christian Perfection
By Christian Perfection I mean:
1. Loving God with all your heart. Do you object to this?
2. A heart and a life all devoted t ... read more
What A Mother Can Claim From God By Mrs. A. W. Kortkamp
¬ďI will contend with him that contendeth with thee, and I will save thy children¬Ē (Isaiah 49:25).
Mother, could God speak any plainer to you? If the dictionaries of the world were searched, could any words be placed together that would bet ... read more
What Does The Cross Stand For? By Samuel Chadwick
"Jesus began to show unto His disciples, how He must go to Jerusalem, and suffer many things¬Öand be killed, and be raised again the third day. Then Peter took Him, and began to rebuke Him, saying, Be it far from Thee, Lord: this shall not be unto Thee. Bu ... read more
What Is Repentance? By Gipsy Smith
If there is a man or woman who has been trying to live a Christian life and has no joy in it, and no victory in it, and no song in it--I know the reason. It is that they have never repented. They have started wrong.
Repentance is the most neglec ... read more
What Is The Greatest Need In Every Church? By Lettie B. Cowman
Our greatest need is for those who know how to pray and how to prevail! The disciples came to Jesus with the request, ¬ďTeach us to pray!¬Ē
Do you know the meaning of intercession? It does not mean saying prayers, making a petition for some bounty to be ... read more
What Is There To Fear By James N. Jidov
Scripture reading: Daniel 3:1-19
Our Scripture reading is a marvelous study of the fearless believer. As we meditate on this portion of God¬ís Word and carefully examine the behavior of three godly men, Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego, we learn much ... read more
What It Means To Pray Through By Sarah Foulkes Moore
This article is reprinted by request from an early edition of Herald of His Coming. Both Sarah Foulkes Moore and Elizabeth Dabney are now with the Lord.
Sister Dabney is a black sister who makes prayer a business. If she sleeps at all, it is to ... read more
What The Lord Is To Us By C. Hurlburt and T. Horton
"And He shall be as the...tender grass springing out of the earth by clear shining after rain" (2 Samuel 23:4).
Sheep thrive best in pastures so low and short that other animals are not able to eat it. The Good Shepherd leads Hi ... read more
When Christ Returns By Dr. Daniel Lundy
The return of Christ to this earth is at the top of the list when it comes to important subjects mentioned in the Bible. It is impossible to read the New Testament without coming to the conclusion that the return of the Lord in glory to judge the livin ... read more
When God Comes By Erwin Lutzer
Edited from a message delivered at the "Heart-Cry for Revival" Conference near Asheville, North Carolina, April 9-12, 2002.
If it is correct to say, as A. W. Tozer said, that the most important thing about us is our conception of God, then it i ... read more
When God Comes In Revival By Charles G. Finney
A revival breaks the power of the world and of sin over Christians. It brings them to such vantage ground that they get a fresh impulse toward heaven. They have a new foretaste of heaven and new desires after union with God; and the charm of the world ... read more
When Revival Came to Canada By Bill McLeod
Arranged from a message delivered at the ¬ďHeart-Cry for Revival¬Ē conference held in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, May 26-29, 1998.
In 1962 I became Pastor of a Baptist church of 175 members in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. In Cana ... read more
When The Day Of Pentecost Was Fully Come By Samuel Chadwick
What happened at Pentecost? There was something that began a new era for the world, a new power of righteousness, a new mission of redemption, and a new basis of fellowship. What was it that made Pentecost the birthday of the Church of Christ? It is n ... read more
When The Holy Spirit Reigns By A. T. Pierson
The one grand purpose of the Book of Acts is to teach us that the one Head of every true church is the invisible Head; that the Church is a body of believers indwelt by the Holy Spirit and administered by Him; that of all important things this is the ... read more
Where Do You Get Your Answers? By Dave Butts
We live in a day and age when everyone is looking for answers to life¬ís tough questions, but no one knows where to find the answers. Those in industrialized countries find themselves on overload from too much information, but still no satisfying answers. ... read more
Where Judgment Must Begin By Richard Owen Roberts
Edited from a message delivered at the "Heart-Cry for Revival" Conference near Asheville, North Carolina, April 9-12, 2002
We live in a unique time, a confusing time. We live in a time when it is almost impossible to tell the true Church from the pr ... read more
Who Needs Revival? By Charles G. Finney
"Wilt Thou not revive us again, that Thy people may rejoice in Thee" (Psalm 85:6).
This Psalm seems to have been written soon after the return of the people of Israel from the Babylonian captivity, as you will easily see from the language at th ... read more
Whose Body Is Yours? By Dr. James Gray
¬ďI beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that ye present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable service¬Ē (Rom. 12:1).
¬ďHave you noticed that this verse does not tell us to whom we shou ... read more
Why Be Spiritual When Carnal Christians Go To Heaven Too? By Elmer G. Klassen
Because no one really knows if they do. There is reason to doubt the destiny of worldly people. No one knows for sure if worldly people are Christians. Disobedient people do not have assurance of their salvation from sin in their hearts beca ... read more