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Quiet Hour - Day 9

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Thoughts for the Quiet Hour - January 9

He that is faithful in that which is least, is faithful also in much. —Luke 16:10

The least action of life can be as surely done from the loftiest motive as the highest and noblest. Faithfulness measures acts as God measures them. True conscientiousness deals with our duties as God deals with them. Duty is duty, conscience is conscience, right is right, and wrong is wrong, whatever sized type they be printed in. “Large” and “small” are not words for the vocabulary of conscience. It knows only two words—right and wrong. — ...

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Quiet Hour - Day 8

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Thoughts for the Quiet Hour - January 8

Take good heed therefore unto your souls. —Joshua 23:11 (Margin)

Gold cannot be used for currency as long as it is mixed with the quartz and rock in which it lies imbedded. So your soul is useless to God till taken out from sin and earthliness and selfishness, in which it lies buried. By the regenerating power of the Spirit you must be separated unto Christ, stamped with His image and superscription, and made into a divine currency, which shall bear His likeness among men. The Christian is, so to speak ...

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Quiet Hour - Day 7

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Thoughts for the Quiet Hour - January 7

Now are ye light in the Lord: walk as children of light. —Ephesians 5:8

The influence we exert in the world is created by our relationship to Jesus Christ; and our relationship to Jesus Christ is revealed by our influence. —Selected

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Quiet Hour - Day 6

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Thoughts for the Quiet Hour - January 6

Fear ye not, stand still, and see the salvation of the Lord. —Exodus 14:13

Often God seems to place His children in positions of profound difficulty—leading them into a wedge from which there is no escape; contriving a situation which no human judgment would have permitted, had it been previously consulted. The very cloud conducts them thither. You may be thus involved at this very hour. It does seem perplexing and very serious to the last degree; but it is perfectly right. The issue will more than justify Him who has brought you ...

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Quiet Hour - Day 5

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Thoughts for the Quiet Hour - January 5

The Lord is my . . . song. —Psalm 118:14

Let us think of God Himself becoming our song. This is the fullness and perfection of knowing God: so to know Him that He Himself becomes our delight; so to know Him that praise is sweetest, and fullest, and freshest, and gladdest, when we sing of Him. He who has learned this blessed secret carries the golden key of heaven—nay, he hath fetched heaven down to earth, and need not envy the angels now. —Mark Guy Pearse

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Quiet Hour - Day 4

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Thoughts for the Quiet Hour - January 4

Many are the afflictions of the righteous, but the Lord delivereth him out of them all. —Psalm 34:19

All the afflictions of the righteous open out into something glorious. The prisoner is not merely delivered, but he finds an angel waiting for him at the door. And with every deliverance comes a specific blessing. One angel is named faith; another, love; another, joy; another, longsuffering; another, gentleness; another, goodness; another, meekness; another, temperance; another, peace. Each of these graces says, “We have come out of great tribulation.” —G. Bowen

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Quiet Hour - Day 3

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Thoughts for the Quiet Hour - January 3

Where art thou? —Genesis 3:9

Art thou hiding thyself away from Him who would send thee forth to do His own blessed work in His own way? Oh, let me say to thee this morning, “The Lord hath need of thee.” It may seem to be only a little thing He has for you to do, but it is an important one. He has “need of thee.” Turn not thy back upon Him; put not thyself out of the way of being employed by Him; do not begin by laying down ...

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Quiet Hour - Day 2

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Thoughts for the Quiet Hour - January 2

My reward is with Me. —Revelation 22:12

We are to be rewarded, not only for work done, but for burdens borne, and I am not sure but that the brightest rewards will be for those who have borne burdens without murmuring. On that day He will take the lily, that has been growing so long among thorns, and lift it up to be the glory and wonder of all the universe; and the fragrance of that lily will draw forth ineffable praises from all the hosts of heaven. —Andrew Bonar

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Quiet Hour - Day 1

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Thoughts for the Quiet Hour - January 1

Come up in the morning . . . and present thyself . . . to me in the top of the mount. —Exodus 34:2

My Father, I am coming. Nothing on the mean plain shall keep me away from the holy heights. Help me to climb fast, and keep Thou my foot, lest it fall upon the hard rock! At Thy bidding I come, so Thou wilt not mock my heart. Bring with Thee honey from heaven, yea, milk and wine, and oil for my soul’s good, and stay the sun in his course, or the time will ...

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An Evening with Eric Metaxas & Dennis Prager

By Erwin W. Lutzer

An Evening with Eric Metaxas & Dennis Prager

Faith, Morality and Religious Liberty in America

Saturday September 7, 2013
7:30-9:30pm (doors open at 7am)
The Moody Church

An inter-faith conversation between best-selling author Eric Metaxas and syndicated radio show host Dennis Prager about Scripture, morality, and the current state of American culture, hosted by Pastor Lutzer at The Moody Church. The evening will feature candid, engaging conversation between these three prolific voices in the public square on topics of faith, culture, and the fate of our nation.

Registration is required.

Seating is general admission at $25 and doors ...

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