A small tribute to the memory of the late Editor Frank Leslie Rowell
Issue: Issue 7
Look up to Him and love Him! O, love and live. S. Rutherford.
THE GERMAN EMIGRANT It was once my privilege to have connected with my charge a gracious old man, who loved to converse on the subject of experimental religion. He had a happy method also of illustrating topics of this nature by incidents belonging to the days of his boyhood, and the early settlement of the …
IS NOT THIS A BRAND PLUCKED OUT OF A FIRE? Some years ago a certain lady was in the habit of reading several chapters of the Word and praying aloud upon retiring to her bedroom. One night, going to her room as usual, she discovered a man under her bed. She made no alarm; but …
I am mostly gladly content that Christ breaketh all my idols in pieces: it hath put a new edge upon my blunted love to Christ. I see He is jealous of my love, and will have all to Himself. S. Rutherford.
Prayer is the barometer of the Church. When the spirit of supplication is low, there is but little of the Spirit of God, and as soon as the prayer meeting begins to fill up with earnest suppliants, the Christian may hope for a blessing. T. V. Moore.
And now O Lord GOD thou art that God and thy words be true and thou hast promised this goodness unto thy servant:
ENCOURAGEMENT TO FOLLOW THE SAVIOUR June 1957 DearÂ— You have been much upon my heart and in my prayers of recent date, but really I should not make that qualification for it has been so for a long time. I have longed that you might be so blessed with the love of Christ and have …
Prize every outgoing of your soul after Christ.
O the shattered and imperfect devotion of the best saints on earth! O the feeble, fluttering efforts of praise! What poor hallelujahs we send up to heaven on notes of discord, and, as it were, on broken strings. Dr. Watts.