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      MORNING THOUGHTS, or DAILY WALKING WITH GOD By Octavius Winslow MARCH 1. "Search the scriptures; for in them you think you have eternal life: and they are they which testify of me." John 5:39 The word of God is full of Christ. He is the Sun of this divine system, the Fountain of its light and beauty. Every doctrine derives its su

      MORNING THOUGHTS, or DAILY WALKING WITH GOD By Octavius Winslow MAY 1. "This people has a revolting and a rebellious heart; they are revolted and gone." Jeremiah 5:23 We look at a believer's lax practice, we mourn and weep over it, and we do well; we trace our own, and still deeper shame and confusion of face cover us: but we fo

      MORNING THOUGHTS, or DAILY WALKING WITH GOD NOVEMBER 1. 'Now if any man have not the Spirit of Christ, he is none of his.' Romans 8:9 THE Spirit of Christ is the great convincer of sin. 'He shall convince the world of sin.' Have you thus received Him? Has He discovered to you the moral leprosy of your nature, the exceeding sinfulness of

      MORNING THOUGHTS, or DAILY WALKING WITH GOD OCTOBER 1. "Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven." Matthew 5:16 LET your life be a clear reflection of the glory of the Redeemer. The saints of God are the only witnesses to this glory-the only reflectors the Lord ha

      MORNING THOUGHTS, or DAILY WALKING WITH GOD SEPTEMBER 1. "He restores my soul." Psalm 23:3 THE first point we would look at is the love of the Lord Jesus in restoring a wandering believer. Nothing but infinite, tender, unchanging love could prompt Him to such an act. There is so much of black ingratitude, so much of deep turpitude, in

My Times in God's Hand
       "My times are in your hand." Psalm 31:15. Outline INTRODUCTION Our past Our future An individual truth A comprehensive truth Our times of PROSPERITY Our times of ADVERSITY Our times of SOUL-DISTRESS Our time of DEATH WHOSE hand are we in? Our Father's hand Our Redeemer's hand

None Like Christ
       "How is your beloved better than others?" Song of Solomon 5:9 The power of contrast is acknowledged by all. The poet studies it in the construction of his epic; the artist in the coloring of his picture; the logician in the arrangement of his argument; the lover of nature as his eye roves over the outspread landscape- all are conscious

The Entire Pardon and Justification of the Believing Sinner
      "The Speciality of the Design of the Atonement" "In that day there shall be a fountain opened to the house of David and to the inhabitants of Jerusalem, for sin and uncleanness." - Zech. xiii. 1. We have already, in the opening chapter of this work, remarked upon the incompetency of natural reason to understand spiritual truth: neither

The Glory of the Redeemer in His People
      "I am glorified in them." John 17:10 Upborne on the pinion of faith, we have been soaring to the third heaven, contemplating for awhile the glory of our Emmanuel within the veil. Sweet and ravishing sight! Soon, oh! so soon to be seen without a glass; and seen but to be transformed into the same glory! The further consideration of our subject

The Preciousness of Christ
      "Unto you therefore who believe He is precious." 1 Peter 2: 7. A felt conviction of the preciousness of the Savior has ever been regarded by enlightened ministers of the gospel as constituting a scriptural and unmistakable evidence of the existence of divine life in the soul; and in moments when neither time nor circumstance would admit of th

The Preciousness of God's Word
      "The word of the Lord was precious in those days." I Samuel 3:1. Among the precious things of God the saints of the Most High will ever regard as transcendently precious His revealed Word. But for this revelation we had known nothing of those precious things upon which this volume is designed to engage the reader's thoughts. The works of cre

The Prophetical Glory of the Redeemer
      These things said Esaias, when he saw his glory, and spake of him. John 12:41 Isaiah said this because he saw Jesus' glory and spoke about him. John 12:41 Isaiah was referring to Jesus when he made this prediction, because he was given a vision of the Messiah's glory. John 12:41 How true is it that "the testimony of Jesus is the spir

The Tried Believer Comforted
      "The Sympathy of the Atonement" "For we do not have a high priest who is unable to sympathize with our weaknesses, but we have one who has been tempted in every way, just as we are--yet was without sin." Hebrews 4:15 Could we draw aside, for a moment, the thin veil that separates us from the glorified saints, and inquire the path along

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