Public Notes

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  • M. shared from Bridging the Great Divide: Reuniting Word and Spirit by Rob McCorkle
    Jesus’ immediate emphasis was not as much about getting to heaven as it was in doing the work of heaven here on earth.
    Note: Amen.
  • M. shared from Desperate for His Presence: God's Design to Transform Your Life and Your City by Rhonda Hughey
    The stale quality of our religious lives is a direct result of our lack of holy desire.
    Note: Re-reading because i want more.
  • M. shared from The Way to Pentecost by Samuel Chadwick
    When the Church is run on the same lines as a circus, there may be crowds, but there is no Shekinah. That is why prayer is the test of faith and the secret of power. The Spirit of God travails in the prayer-life of the soul. Miracles
  • M. shared from The Way to Pentecost by Samuel Chadwick
    The power to attract is in attractiveness, and it is useless to advertise the banquet if there is nothing to eat.
    Note: Ouch
  • M. shared from Signs, Wonders and a Baptist Preacher: How Jesus Flipped My World Upside Down by Chad Norris
    We have ten Bibles in every house, and yet we get nervous when unusual things happen—even when those things parallel the stories we find in those Bibles.
    Note: Truth
  • M. shared from Sermons on Isaiah by P. F. Bresee
    Pardon divorces the past from the future, and pours the light of God upon a human soul. The same hand puts away the night and opens heaven with a new dawn. The darkness and despair is put behind us and a little child, Immanuel, leads us amid the dawning glory of a new life. When sin is done away, God can not be kept away.
    Note: This is why I love Bresee.
  • M. shared from The Practice of the Presence of God the Best Rule of a Holy Life by Brother Lawrence
    I consider myself as the most wretched of men, full of sores and corruption, and who has committed all sorts of crimes against his King; touched with a sensible regret, I confess to him all my wickedness, I ask His forgiveness, I abandon myself in His hands that He may do what he pleases with me. The King, full of mercy and goodness, very far from chastising me, embraces me with love, makes me eat at His table, serves me with His own hands, gives me the key of His treasures; He converses and delights Himself with me incessantly, in a thousand and a thousand ways, and treats me in all respects...
    Note: Beautiful surrender.