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  • 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.
  • M. shared from 'Jesus Himself' by Andrew Murray
    Oh! Christian, do you want peace and rest? You must have Jesus Himself. You talk of purity, you talk of cleansing, you talk of deliverance from sin. Praise God, here is the deliverance and the cleansing, when the living Jesus comes and gives power. Then we have this resurrection of Christ, this heavenly Christ upon the throne, making Himself known to us. Surely that will be the secret of purity and the secret of strength.
  • M. shared from Humility by Andrew Murray
    Water always fills first the lowest places. The lower, the emptier a man lies before God, the speedier and the fuller will be the inflow of the divine glory.The
    Note: This.
  • M. shared from Humility by Andrew Murray
    Not to be occupied with thy sin, but to be occupied with God, brings deliverance from self.
  • M. shared from My Objection to a Sinning Religion by Bud Robinson
    The time comes when every man must give up sin and go with Jesus Christ or stay in sin and perish eternally.
  • M. shared from Comeback Churches by Ed Stetzer, Mike Dodson
    The enemy of God would love nothing more than to have biblical churches be ineffective, defeated, declining, and doing nothing about it.
  • M. shared from Autopsy of a Deceased Church: 12 Ways to Keep Yours Alive by Thom S. Rainer
    Yes, we respect the past. At times we revere the past. But we can’t live in the past.