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Quiet Hour - Day 124

Thoughts for the Quiet Hour - May 4 Looking up to heaven He sighed. —Mark 7:34 Too often we sigh and look within; Jesus sighed and looked without. We sigh, and look down; Jesus sighed, and looked up. We sigh, and look to earth; Jesus sighed, and looked to heaven. We sigh, and look to man; Jesus sighed, and looked to God. —Stork Read More >

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Quiet Hour - Day 277

Thoughts for the Quiet Hour - October 4 Be not afraid, only believe. —Mark 5:36 Be not downcast if difficulties and trials surround you in your heavenly life. They may be purposely placed there by God to train and discipline you for higher developments of faith. If He calls you to “toiling in rowing,” it may be to make you the hardier seaman, to lead you to lift up the hands which hang down, and the feeble knees, and, above all, to drive you to a holier trust in Him who has the vessel and its destinies in His … Read More >

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Quiet Hour - Day 338

Thoughts for the Quiet Hour - December 4 They all forsook Him, and fled. —Mark 14:50 Separation never comes from His side. —J. Hudson Taylor Read More >

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Quiet Hour - Day 346

Thoughts for the Quiet Hour - December 12 He (Jesus) . . . looked up to heaven. —Mark 6:41 In working for God, first look to heaven. It is a grand plan. Over and over again our Lord Jesus Christ looked to heaven and said, “Father.” Let us imitate Him; although standing on the earth, let us have our conversation in heaven. Before you go out, if you would feed the world, if you would be a blessing in the midst of spiritual dearth and famine, lift up your head to heaven. Then your very face will shine, your very … Read More >

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Day 2 – The Plea of Jesus

Today’s Reading: Mark 14:35-36Today’s Reference: Hebrews 12:1b-2 “…let us run with endurance the race that is set before us, looking to Jesus, the founder and perfecter of our faith, who for the joy that was set before him endured the cross, despising the shame, and is seated at the right hand of the throne of God.”  The Jews and Romans crucified Jesus. He laid down His life for our sin. But ultimately, God was responsible for the death of Jesus. God could have sent legions of angels to “remove the cup” and rescue Jesus—but … Read More >

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Quiet Hour - Day 49

Thoughts for the Quiet Hour - February 18 To every man his work. —Mark 13:34 He does the most for God’s great world who does the best in his own little world. —Selected Read More >

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Quiet Hour - Day 180

Thoughts for the Quiet Hour - June 29 Sleep on now, and take your rest. —Mark 14:41 Never did that sacred opportunity to watch with Christ return to His disciples. Lost then, it was lost forever. And now when Jesus is still beholding the travail of His soul in the redemption of the world, if you fail to be with Him watching for souls as they that must give account, remember that the opportunity will never return. “Watch, therefore,” says your Lord, “lest coming suddenly, He may find you sleeping.” —A. J. Gordon Read More >

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Quiet Hour - Day 333

Thoughts for the Quiet Hour - November 29 With God all things are possible. —Mark 10:27 Unbelief says, “How can such and such things be?” It is full of “hows;” but faith has one great answer to the ten thousand “hows,” and that answer is—God! —C. H. Mackintosh Read More >

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Quiet Hour - Day 341

Thoughts for the Quiet Hour - December 7 And they came unto Him, bringing one sick of the palsy. —Mark 2:3 Had it not been for the palsy, this man might never have seen Christ! —Selected Read More >

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Day 1 – The Sorrow of Jesus

Today’s Reading: Mark 14:32-34Today’s Reference: Hebrews 2:17 “Therefore he had to be made like his brothers in every respect, so that he might become a merciful and faithful high priest in the service of God, to make propitiation for the sins of the people.” Here in Gethsemane, we have the gift of seeing Jesus’ humanity most clearly. He was “greatly distressed and troubled,” going through emotional turbulence so painful He couldn’t even stand up under it. He knew He was about to have the full wrath of God unleashed upon Him because of … Read More >

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