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The Every Day of Life - Table of Contents
       The Every Day of Life by J. R. Miller, 1892 It's never too late to begin the journey of the every-day of life to awaken and strengthen your soul. The Every-Day of Life Perhaps the every-day of life is not so interesting, as are some of the bright particular days. It is apt to be somewhat monotonous. It is just like a great many other d ...read
PamphletThe Excellent Woman
      Proverbs 31:10-31 "A wife of noble character who can find? She is worth far more than rubies. Her husband has full confidence in her and lacks nothing of value. She brings him good, not harm, all the days of her life. She selects wool and flax and works with eager hands. She is like the merchant ships, bringing her food from afar. She gets up while ...read
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The Golden Gate of Prayer - Table of Contents
       The Golden Gate of Prayer Devotional Studies on the Lord's Prayer by J. R. Miller, 1900 Introduction The Lord's Prayer is short--but every word of it is laden with precious meaning. In its few petitions it covers the whole field of prayer. It is easy to repeat its sentences, but it is hard to say it through as a real prayer, for it means ...read
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The Hidden Life - Table of Contents
       The Hidden Life by J. R. Miller, 1895 Introduction The Chapters in this little volume may have their message to some who are striving to live near the heart of Christ. It is the hidden life which makes the character. What we are in the depths of our being, where no human eye can penetrate, that we are actually, as God sees us. Then this i ...read
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The Joy of Service - Table of Contents
      There are many sources of joy. All men are in quest of happiness, and upon a thousand paths, the shoe-prints of the seekers are found. There is nothing available in all the world, nothing which holds the slightest promise or hope of happiness, which has not been tried by someone eager to find the magic secret. We are accustomed to say that the onl ...read
PamphletThe Joy of the Lord
       "This day is sacred to the Lord your God. Do not mourn or weep. Go and celebrate with a feast of choice foods and sweet drinks, and share gifts of food with people who have nothing prepared. This is a sacred day before our Lord. Do not be dejected and sad, for the joy of the Lord is your strength!" Nehemiah 8:9-10 "Rejoice in the Lord always. I ...read
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The Lesson of Love - Table of Contents
       The Lesson of Love J. R. Miller, 1903 PREFACE To learn how to love--is to learn how to live. The lesson is a long one--but it is the great business of life to master it. The Master not only taught the lesson in words--but also set it down for us in a life, His own life. To follow Christ is to practice this great lesson, learning more of it ...read
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The Life of Jesus - Table of Contents
      We look for the glory of the life of Jesus, in His manhood's years. Then He wrought great miracles, revealing His divine power. Then He spoke His wonderful words which have touched the world with their influence of blessing. Then He went about doing good, showing the love of God in all His common life, and on His Cross. We do not turn to the infanc ...read
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The Master's Blesseds - Table of Contents
       The Master's Blesseds A devotional study of the Beatitudes by J. R. Miller, 1905 Now when He saw the crowds, He went up on a mountainside and sat down. His disciples came to Him, and He began to teach them, saying: "Blessed are the poor in spirit--for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Blessed are those who mourn--for they will be comforted ...read
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The Message of Paul's Life - Table of Contents
      Acts 9:1-27 The first mention of Saul is in Acts 7:58, at the close of the story of the death of Stephen, the first Christian martyr. We are told that when the witnesses who had given testimony against Stephen were about to cast the first stone at the condemned man, they "laid down their clothes at a young man's feet, whose name was Saul." It is f ...read
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The Ministry of Comfort - Table of Contents
      Consciousness of immortality is a mighty motive in life. If we think only of what lies in the little dusty circle about our feet, we miss the glory for which we were made. But if we realize even dimly the fact that we are immortal, a new meaning is given to every joy of our life, to every hope of our heart, to every work of our hands. The realizat ...read
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The Upper Currents - Table of Contents
       The Upper Currents by J. R. Miller, 1902 PREFACE These chapters contain simple lessons, intended to incite to braver, stronger, truer living. We live well only when down here on earthly levels, we catch the breath of heaven and are impelled toward things that are worth while. To be moved only by the lower earthly currents, is to miss all ...read
PamphletThe Way to Victory
       "Understanding is a wellspring of life unto him who has it: but the instruction of fools is folly. The heart of the wise teaches his mouth, and adds learning to his lips." Proverbs 16:22-33 Our heart makes us. When we do anything wrong--it is our heart's fault. When a boy doubles up his fist and strikes another boy--it is not the fault of his ...read
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The Wider Life - Table of Contents
       The Wider Life by J. R. Miller, 1908 Introduction We do not realize half our possibilities. We do not more than begin to possess our inheritance. Our hills are full of gold--and we only scratch the sand and the shallow soil on the surface! We live in little bungalows in the valley--when there are splendid palaces waiting for us on the hil ...read
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Things to Live For - Table of Contents
       THINGS TO LIVE FOR by J. R. Miller, 1896 "So that you may be able to discern what is best--and may be pure and blameless until the day of Christ!" Philippians 1:10 It is of infinite importance that we live for the best things. Many Christians make but little of their life, and choose but inferior things. But nothing is worth while, which ...read
PamphletUnto the Hills!
       A Meditation on Psalm 121 Not many of us at least are living at our best. We linger in the lowlands because we are afraid to climb into the mountains. The steepness and ruggedness dismay us--and so we stay in the misty valleys and do not learn the mystery of the hills. We do not know what we lose, in our self-indulgence. We do not know what gl ...read
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Weekday Religion - Table of Contents
       Weekday Religion by J. R. Miller, 1880 DEDICATORY It may be that this little book will be accepted of the Master and sent by him on a mission of helpfulness to some struggling lives. It is now laid humbly at his feet with this simple hope. Its aim is to help young Christians especially, to take the religion of Christ out of closet and san ...read
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When the Song Begins - Table of Contents
       When the Song Begins by J. R. Miller, 1905 PREFACE The chapters of this little book are intended to help people in learning how to live. They are meant to translate the teachings of the Christian Scriptures--into the language of the common days and the common experiences of life so that even a child may understand them. Such a book as thi ...read

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