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How to find comfort in God, and how to comfort others in need.


Planting And Planning

The text will be a few words found in the third verse of the thirteenth chapter of Matthew: “Behold a sower went forth to sow.” God has made man and the Earth very close together. It is only lately that man’s inventions have lifted him into the air. God made man out of the dust of the ground, and though he builds a sky scraper he still has to go to the soil for his food. God was the first gardener, and He will be the last gardener. His last act will be to take all the weeds out of … Read More >


The Satisfied Life

“Unto the tribe of Levi, Moses gave not any inheritance. The Lord God of Israel was their inheritance, as he said unto them” (Joshua 13:33). The first verse of Joshua 13 begins with the Lord’s reminder to Joshua, “there remains yet very much land to be possessed.” We have seen how true that is in relation to the spiritual experience of us all. We remind ourselves that possession of the land by Israel was by lot. In other words, God determined the precise area which each tribe was to occupy, and each was responsible for applying the principles they had … Read More >


What Constitutes The Compassion Of Christ?

It is a sorry state of things when people [who are] supposed to be Christians and moderately intelligent need to be reminded once a year that this world needs our Christ and that we have this “obligation” to offer the Gospel message and preach it to every creature. Why do we need to be reminded of such a simple fact? We are encouraged to find that in the ministry of the Lord Jesus Christ here on Earth He Himself sensed this need to have sort of an annual missionary conference with His disciples, and at regular intervals He spoke often … Read More >


Under His Wings

In 1892, after a year of intensive work in Great Britain, D.L. Moody sailed for home, anxious to get back to his family and his work. The ship left Southampton amid many farewells. About three days out into the ocean, the ship ground to a halt with a broken shaft; and before long, it began to take water. Needless to say, the crew and passengers were desperate, because nobody was sure whether the vessel would sink or not, and nobody knew of any rescue ships in the area. After two days of anxiety, Moody asked for permission to hold a … Read More >