Amen! Thank you so much for those encouraging words. Blessings and Peace!
What a noble sight to behold that despised servant of God, bowed alone in the grove, seeking only a preparation of heart!
They also disagreed about Susanna’s ministry, for her Bible lessons drew more listeners than his sermons.
As he prayed he realized he had long neglected prayer and the Lord.
Thomas Guthrie was born on July 12, 1803, to a prosperous merchant and his devout wife. He entered the University of Edinburgh at age 12, devoured the physical sciences, and […]
Like a miniature Antichrist, he erected pagan altars on the temple site—leading to another Jewish uprising and bloodbath.
Edwards spoke softly and simply, warning the unconverted that they were dangling over hell like a spider over the fire.
When Harold recognized that fundamentalism was isolating itself from effective social action, he came out as a neo-evangelical.
In fact he had a running skirmish with his particular group of Wesleyan Methodists as a result of his rashness to teach without proper qualifications and also his enthusiasm to bring people to church who left lice on the church benches
But at age 16 Rodney attended a Methodist meeting, went forward, and prayed for Christ to come into his own heart. Someone nearby whispered, “Oh, it’s only a gipsy boy.”
Samuel Rutherford was born in Scotland in 1600. He lived a careless life as a youth, but after graduating from the university in Edinburgh, he became serious about following Christ. […]
It’s possible to love our families more than we love God, a sin that turns our children into idols. The Lord once tested two men along these lines—the patriarch Abraham […]
They decided to call themselves after the Old Testament character Gideon who was “willing to do whatever God asked.”