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Quiet Hour - Day 24

Thoughts for the Quiet Hour - January 24 He made as though He would have gone further. —Luke 24:28 Is not God always acting thus? He comes to us by His Holy Spirit as He did to these two disciples. He speaks to us through the preaching of the Gospel, through the Word of God, through the various means of grace and the providential circumstances of life; and having thus spoken, He makes as though He would go further. If the ear be opened to His voice and the heart to His Spirit, the prayer will then go up, “Lord, abide … Read More >

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Quiet Hour - Day 78

Thoughts for the Quiet Hour - March 19 Their eyes were holden. —Luke 24:16 Their eyes were opened. —Luke 24:31 There is much precious significance in this. The Lord is often present in our lives in things that we do not dream possess any significance. We are asking God about something which needs His mighty working, and the very instrument by which He is to work is by our side, perhaps for weeks and months and years all unrecognized, until suddenly, some day it grows luminous and glorious with the very presence of the Lord, and becomes the mighty instrument … Read More >

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Quiet Hour - Day 133

Thoughts for the Quiet Hour - May 13 Whosoever exalteth himself shall be abased; and he that humbleth himself shall be exalted. —Luke 14:11 …If you ask the way to the crown—‘tis by the cross; to the mountain—‘tis by the valley; to exaltation ‘tis he that humbleth himself. —J. H. Evans Read More >

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Quiet Hour - Day 214

Thoughts for the Quiet Hour - August 2 He entered into one of the ships . . . and . . . sat down. —Luke 5:3 When Jesus sits in the ship everything is in its right place. The cargo is in the hold, not in the heart. Cares and gains, fears and losses, yesterday’s failure and today’s success do not thrust themselves in between us and His presence. The heart cleaves to Him. “Goodness and mercy shall follow me,” sang the psalmist. Alas, when the goodness and mercy come before us, and our blessings shut Jesus from view! Here is the … Read More >

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Quiet Hour - Day 274

Thoughts for the Quiet Hour - October 1 At Jesus’ feet. —Luke 10:39 At Jesus’ feet—that is our place of privilege and of blessing, and here it is that we are to be educated and fitted for the practical duties of life. Here we are to renew our strength while we wait on Him, and to learn how to mount on wings as eagles; and here we are to become possessed of that true knowledge which is power. Here we are to learn how real work is to be done, and to be armed with the true motive power to … Read More >

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Quiet Hour - Day 9

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. — … Read More >

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Quiet Hour - Day 41

Thoughts for the Quiet Hour - February 10 He loveth our nation and he hath built us a synagogue. —Luke 7:5 Marble and granite are perishable monuments, and their inscriptions may be seldom read. Carve your names on human hearts; they alone are immortal! —Theodore Cuyler Read More >

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Quiet Hour - Day 127

Thoughts for the Quiet Hour - May 7 The Lord is risen indeed, and hath appeared to Simon. —Luke 24:34 They…gladly received (Peter’s) word; and the same day there were added unto them about three thousand souls. —Acts 2:41 Before the Lord can use us in His service we must have close individual dealing with Himself. He always will have to do in secret with that soul that He intends to use in blessing others. Do you want to speak for Jesus to those around you? Then you must go to Jesus Himself for your message. What you say for … Read More >

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Quiet Hour - Day 171

Thoughts for the Quiet Hour - June 20 Whosoever doth not bear his cross and come after me, cannot be my disciple. —Luke 14:27 There is always the shadow of the cross resting upon the Christian’s path. Is that a reason why you should avoid or not undertake the duty? Have you made up your mind that you will follow your Master everywhere else, save when he ascends the path that leads to the cross? Is that your religion? The sooner you change it, the better. The religion of the Lord Jesus Christ is the religion of the cross, and … Read More >

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Quiet Hour - Day 237

Thoughts for the Quiet Hour - August 25 Nevertheless, at thy word. —Luke 5:5 Oh, what a blessed formula for us! This path of mine is dark, mysterious, perplexing; nevertheless, at Thy word I will go forward. This trial of mine is cutting, sore for flesh and blood to bear. It is hard to breathe through a broken heart, Thy will be done. But, nevertheless, at Thy word I will say, Even so, Father! This besetting habit, or infirmity, or sin of mine, is difficult to crucify. It has become part of myself—a second nature; to be severed from it … Read More >

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