The depths of man’s misery are not so deep as the depth of God’s mercy.
Issue: Issue 6
The soul will fly from the body; but the conscience will not fly from the soul, nor sin or grace from the conscience at the day of death. Ralph Venning 1620Â—1673.
Whosoever shall do the will of my Father which is in heaven the same is my brother and sister and mother. Matt. 12 50.
“PERSECUTED, BUT NOT FORSAKEN” The Act of Uniformity of 1662 is a famous landmark in English history but often the deeply distressing and humiliating circumstances of our non-conformist ancestors are forgotten or insufficiently known Â— “Some died broken-hearted; some left the country; some became physicians; others, famous once, became private tutors, and were heard of …
Tis good hearing any to speak of Christ; but Tis better to hear Christ speak. For the revelations of Christ in us, are better than the relations or reports that are made of Christ unto us.
We many times speak of spiritual things, but are not spiritual in speaking of them. Ralph Yenning 1620Â—1673.
They who are most full of faith, have most experience of God’s faithfulness.
Some can read the Word of God, who do not understand it; and some do understand it who cannot read it.
He never was so good as he should be, that doth not strive to be better than he is. Ralph Venning 1620-73
NO CONTINUING CITY Since our move to the North almost a year ago, our patience and faith have been exercised over the matter of finding a home of our own in which to live, Â— thanks be to God we have just moved and are now beginning to appreciate something of the Lord’s design in …