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  • Amazon shared from Secondhand Jesus by Glenn Packiam
    Jesus Himself is the Treasure in heaven. (Can bigger mansions—even celestial ones—or a larger estate on golden streets really compare to the glorious Son of God?) To know Him is to have eternal life.
  • Amazon shared from Walking with God Day by Day: 365 Daily Devotional Selections by Martyn Lloyd-Jones
    If we had no Bible but merely some oral tradition, then there would be some excuse for the confusion. Or if we only had the Bible in a language that we could not understand, again there would be considerable excuse. But that is not our position at all. So why is there any confusion? And there is only one answer to that question. It is because men and women, instead of taking the message as it is in the Bible, are imposing their own message upon it. They are approaching it with their philosophies, their theories, their ideas, and their attempts to understand; and they are bypassing what is stated...
  • Amazon shared from The Prayer Motivator Devotional Bible (Full Edition) by Daniel Whyte III
    Before one begins a powerful prayer life, he must first establish the proper relationship with the One to whom he will be praying. The Bible tells us that we should pray to the Father in the name of His Son Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ came to be the Saviour of the world and to deliver us from our sins and the punishment of sin. If you are reading this book and do not know the Lord Jesus Christ as your personal Saviour, please read the following to find out how you can begin a real, personal relationship with Jesus Christ today: 1. Accept the fact that you are a sinner, and that you have broken...
  • Amazon shared from The Christian in Complete Armour (Complete & Unabridged) - The Ultimate Book on Spiritual Warfare by William Gurnall
    be strong in the Lord, on whose per formance lies the stress of battle, and not on your skill or strength.
  • Amazon shared from From Abraham to Armageddon: The Convergence of Current Events, Bible Prophecy, and Islam by T.W. Tramm
    But know this, that in the last days perilous times will come: For men will be lovers of themselves, lovers of money, boasters, proud, blasphemers, disobedient to parents, unthankful, unholy, unloving, unforgiving, slanderers, without self-control, brutal, despisers of good, traitors, headstrong, haughty, lovers of pleasure rather than lovers of God, having a form of godliness but denying its power. And from such people turn away! —2 Timothy 3:1-5, 7 For anyone who has watched television, read a newspaper, lost a retirement to corporate greed and corruption—or just walked out of their front...
  • Amazon shared from The Christian in Complete Armour (Complete & Unabridged) - The Ultimate Book on Spiritual Warfare by William Gurnall
    The devil had as good have let Paul alone, for he no sooner comes into prison but he falls a preaching, at which the gates of Satan's prison fly open, and poor sinners come forth.
  • Amazon shared from The Christian in Complete Armour (Complete & Unabridged) - The Ultimate Book on Spiritual Warfare by William Gurnall
    There is no such way to be even with the devil and his instruments, for all their spite against us, as by doing what good we can wherever we be come.
  • Amazon shared from Walking with God Day by Day: 365 Daily Devotional Selections by Martyn Lloyd-Jones
    On the cross our Lord was reconciling us unto God. “God was in Christ, reconciling the world unto himself, not imputing their trespasses unto them.” Christ had to pay this penalty. The law had to have its way, and He has borne the punishment. And because of that, if we believe in Him we are free from the punishment and free of the condemnation. We are reconciled to God, and the power of God takes over and delivers us from the devil and his cohorts and transfers us into the kingdom of God. That is why the apostle puts it like this in Colossians 1:13: “who hath delivered us from the power...
  • Amazon shared from Walking with God Day by Day: 365 Daily Devotional Selections by Martyn Lloyd-Jones
    What is a Christian? Paul tells the Colossians that a Christian is a person who has been translated from the kingdom of darkness into the kingdom of God’s dear Son. I no longer belong to the world—I belong to the kingdom of Christ, the kingdom of light, the kingdom of glory, the kingdom of God. Here I am, and the world has nothing to do with me. I am not of it. I am in this other kingdom. Oh, I am still existing in this world, but I no longer belong to it. I have been translated. And my citizenship is now in heaven, from whence also we look for the Savior, and we know that we shall ever go...
  • Amazon shared from Walking with God Day by Day: 365 Daily Devotional Selections by Martyn Lloyd-Jones
    How do we see the love of God in the cross? Ah, says the modern man, I see it in this way, that though man rejected and murdered the Son of God, God in His love still says, “All right, I still forgive you. Though you have done that to My Son, I still forgive you.” Yes, that is part of it, but it is the smallest part of it. That is not the real love of God. God was not a passive spectator of the death of His Son. That is how the moderns put it—that God in heaven looked down upon it all, saw men killing His own Son, and said, “All right, I will still forgive you.” But it was not we who...
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