That ye might walk worthy of the Lord unto all pleasing being fruitful in every good work and increasing in the knowledge of God (Col. 1.10).
Volume: Volume 10
… trees of righteousness the planting of the Lord… (Is. 61.3)
Though Satan hath not the key to thy heart, yet he can stand in the next room to it and hear what is whispered there. He hunts the Christian by the scent of his own feet, and smells which way the heart inclines William Gurnall 1617 – 1679
CHRISTIAN GIVING Lecture Mr. K. W. H. Howard Stamford December 7th, 1973 By ‘Christian Giving’, for the purposes of this address, I refer to that which Christians give of their substance to the Lord their God, something which is a divine ordinance in the sense that it is ordained by God. It has a large …
They who are most full of faith, have most experience of God’s faithfulness.
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 …
A Christian gains by all his losses. Ralph Yenning 1620Â—1673.
RICHARD WOODMAN Â— A SUSSEX MARTYR ‘In the town of Lewes’ writes John Foxe the martyrologist, ‘were ten faithful servants of God put in one fire, the 22nd day of June, (anno 1557), whose names follow: Richard Woodman, George Stevens, W. Mainard, Alexander Hosman, his servant; Thomasin a Wood, Mainard’s maid; Margery Moris; James Moris, …