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  • Pantoffels shared from The Pursuit of God by A. W. Tozer
    The man who has God for his treasure has all things in One. Many ordinary treasures may be denied him, or if he is allowed to have them, the enjoyment of them will be so tempered that they will never be necessary to his happiness. Or if he must see them go, one after one, he will scarcely feel a sense of loss, for having the Source of all things he has in One all satisfaction, all pleasure, all delight. Whatever he may lose he has actually lost nothing, for he now has it all in One, and he has it purely, legitimately and forever.
  • Pantoffels shared from The MacArthur Study Bible by John MacArthur
        5†Let the heavens praise your wonders, O LORD,         your faithfulness in the assembly of the holy ones!     6†For who in the skies can be compared to the LORD?         Who among the heavenly beings [2] is like the LORD,     7†a God greatly to be feared in the council of the holy ones,         and awesome above all who are around him?
  • Pantoffels shared from The MacArthur Study Bible by John MacArthur
    17†But the wisdom from above is first pure, then peaceable, gentle, open to reason, full of mercy and good fruits, impartial and sincere.
  • Pantoffels shared from The World-Tilting Gospel by Dan Phillips
    As an attribute of God, love is that motivating excellence which moves Him to plan and act to accomplish what is for His greatest glory, and what is for His people’s highest good.
  • Pantoffels shared from MATTHEW HENRY - THE BESTSELLING UNABRIDGED 6 VOLUME COMPLETE COMMENTARY ON THE WHOLE BIBLE (Special Complete Edition): All 6 Volumes of the Bestselling ... Exposition for Kindle MATTHEW HENRY) by God, Matthew Henry
    A man that is endued with the powers of reason, by which he is capable of knowing, serving, glorifying, and enjoying his Maker, and yet lives without God in the world, is certainly the most despicable and the most miserable animal under the sun.