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A Prayer that We Might Let the Word of God Cut Deeply into Our Hearts Both to Hurt and to Heal

For the word of God is living and active, sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing to the division of soul and of spirit, of joints and of marrow, and discerning the thoughts and intentions of the heart. And no creature is hidden from his sight, but all are naked and exposed to the eyes of him to whom we must give account.”—Hebrews 4:12-13 We should not be surprised that the Word of God is compared to a sword. A Roman sword had two edges; it cut both ways. God does not use the sword of the Word to destroy His people … Read More >

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Quiet Hour - Day 22

Thoughts for the Quiet Hour - January 22 There remaineth therefore a rest to the people of God. —Hebrews 4:9 How sweet the music of this first heavenly chime floating across the waters of death from the towers of the New Jerusalem. Pilgrim, faint under thy long and arduous pilgrimage, hear it! It is rest. Soldier, carrying still upon thee blood and dust of battle, hear it! It is rest. Voyager, tossed on the waves of sin and sorrow, driven hither and thither on the world’s heaving ocean of vicissitude, hear it! The haven is in sight; the very waves that are … Read More >

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Quiet Hour - Day 51

Thoughts for the Quiet Hour - February 20 By faith Abraham, when he was called to go out into a place which he should after receive for an inheritance, obeyed. —Hebrews 11:8 Whither he went, he knew not; it was enough for him to know that he went with God. He leant not so much upon the promises as upon the Promiser. He looked not on the difficulties of his lot, but on the King, eternal, immortal, invisible, the only wise God, who had deigned to appoint his course, and would certainly vindicate Himself. O glorious faith! This is thy … Read More >

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Quiet Hour - Day 68

Thoughts for the Quiet Hour - March 9 When He cometh into the world, He saith,…A body hast Thou prepared Me. —Hebrews 10:5 This word of Christ must be adopted by each of His followers. Nothing will help us to live in this world and keep ourselves unspotted but the Spirit that was in Christ, that looked upon His body as prepared by God for His service; that looks upon our body as prepared by Him too, that we might offer it to Him. Like Christ, we too have a body in which the Holy Spirit dwells. Like Christ, we … Read More >

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Quiet Hour - Day 129

Thoughts for the Quiet Hour - May 9 Whom the LORD loveth He chasteneth. —Hebrews 12:6 It has been well said that “earthly cares are a heavenly discipline,” but they are even something better than discipline; they are God’s chariots, sent to take the soul to its high places of triumph. In the Canticles we are told of “a chariot paved with love.” We cannot always see the love lining to our own particular chariot—it often looks very unlovely; but every chariot sent by God must necessarily be paved with love, since God is love. It is His … Read More >

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New Year's Blessing from Pastor Lutzer | 2021

New Year’s Blessing from Pastor Lutzer! 2020 was a difficult and tumultuous year, and though we hopefully enter into 2021, what assurances do we have for a better year? The future is unknown to us; the future belongs to God.   Transcript: Hi, this is Pastor Lutzer. Well, welcome to 2021! You know, I hear so many people say I am so glad to say goodbye to 2020 with a pandemic, with social unrest, and political conflict, and I understand that sentiment. Rebecca and I have said goodbye to some very close friends in 2020. We now know three or four brand-new widows … Read More >

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A Prayer to Draw Near to God with Confidence that We are Being Received and Heard

Therefore, brothers, since we have confidence to enter the holy places by the blood of Jesus, by the new and living way that he opened for us through the curtain, that is, through his flesh, and since we have a great priest over the house of God, let us draw near with a true heart in full assurance of faith, with our hearts sprinkled clean from an evil conscience…”—Hebrews 10:19-22 When Old Testament High Priests entered the Holy Place and went behind the curtain into the … Read More >

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Quiet Hour - Day 26

Thoughts for the Quiet Hour - January 26 Despising the shame. —Hebrews 12:2 And how is that to be done? In two ways. Go up the mountain, and the things in the plain will look very small; the higher you rise the more insignificant they will seem. Hold fellowship with God, and the threatening foes here will seem very, very unformidable. Another way is, pull up the curtain and gaze on what is behind it. The low foot-hills that lie at the base of some Alpine country may look high when seen from the plain, as long as the snowy … Read More >

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Quiet Hour - Day 53

Thoughts for the Quiet Hour - February 22 After ye were illuminated ye endured a great fight of afflictions. —Hebrews 10:32 Our boldness for God before the world must always be the result of individual dealing with God in secret. Our victories over self, and sin, and the world, are always first fought where no eye sees but God’s…If we have not these secret conflicts, well may we not have any open ones. The outward absence of conflict betrays the inward sleep of the soul. —F. Whitfield Read More >

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Quiet Hour - Day 109

Thoughts for the Quiet Hour - April 19 Having…boldness to enter into the holiest by the blood of Jesus…let us draw near with a true heart. —Hebrews 10:19, 22 Oh, the glory of the message! For fifteen centuries Israel had a sanctuary with a Holiest of All, into which, under pain of death, no one might enter. Its one witness was: Man cannot dwell in God’s presence; cannot abide in His fellowship. And now how changed is all! As then the warning sounded: “No admittance! Enter not!” so now the call goes forth: “Enter in! the veil is rent … Read More >

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