A Mother’s Heart

  It’s probably safe to say that most mothers think about their grown children at least once a day. There is nothing closer to the heart of a woman than her children.  Christian mothers may doubly be worried about their children’s well being and their eternal salvation. It can become nearly an obsession for a … Continue reading A Mother’s Heart

Unity Can Work Only if We Have Restoration First

  If you've been in church for more than 5 minutes, then you've probably been offended by someone or some thing. Church leaders often call the body to be in unity, but they don't give them the tools to do so and often people don't know how to get free from offense and forgive like … Continue reading Unity Can Work Only if We Have Restoration First

Truths that sustain us in trials

Clarence Dalrymple There is no point in trying to avoid hardships because in this life they are inevitable. As Christians, we are guaranteed to experience affliction, persecution, adversity, and trials. However, God has promised us absolute victory in every situation we face. Unlike those who are outside of God’s covenant protection, Christians have many assurances … Continue reading Truths that sustain us in trials

Crucial Questions for the Christian!

This is a reblog from Revival and Reformation. Great questions to think about!

Revival & Reformation

IMG_1634.png(Bogatzky’s “Golden Treasury for the Children of God” 1718)

Crucial questions for the Christian!

Am I vitally united to Jesus Christ?

Am I crucified with Christ?

Am I consecrated to Christ?

Am I daily receiving grace from Christ?

Am I growing in conformity to Christ?

Am I a friend to all the friends of Christ?

Am I living for the glory of Christ?

Am I an honor to the name of Christ?

Am I walking in the steps of Christ?

Am I a blessing to the Church of Christ?

Am I daily, hourly, always, and in all things–aiming to please Christ?

Am I desiring to be with Christ?

Am I looking for the advent of Christ?

Am I ready for the coming of Christ?

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DayBreaks for 3/13/18 – The Diagnosis

Food for thought from a fellow blogger, Galen Dalrymple (no relation)!

DayBreaks Devotions

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DayBreaks for 3/13/18: The Diagnosis

From the DayBreaks archive, 2008:

HAVERFORDWEST, England – A boy from Haverfordwest, England, can hear on one side for the first time in nine years after a cotton wool bud suddenly popped out of his ear. Jerome Bartens, 11, was diagnosed deaf in his right ear when he was two, causing him to struggle in school and strain to hear the TV and friends, Britain’s Daily Mail reported.  But when playing pool with his friends in a church hall Jerome felt a sudden pop. And out of his right ear came the tip of a cotton wool bud that had been wedged in for almost 10 years. “It was just incredible — his hearing returned to normal in an instant. He was cured as suddenly as he became deaf. I had always suspected Jerome had stuck something in his ear when he was little and…

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Seven Truths You Must Believe to Become Born Again

There was a man of the Pharisees, named Nicodemus, a ruler of the Jews: The same came to Jesus by night, and said unto him, Rabbi, we know that thou art a teacher come from God: for no man can do these miracles that thou doest, except God be with him. Jesus answered and said unto … Continue reading Seven Truths You Must Believe to Become Born Again

Billy Graham’s Reward

This is written by a young minister. He is absolutely right!

Matthew Winters (Honest Thoughts from a Pastor)

Many of you are probably aware that Billy Graham passed away this morning. He was a very prominent American evangelist of the 20th century. Only Heaven knows the number of people impacted for eternity because Billy Graham faithfully proclaimed the gospel. More importantly, he lived the gospel.

I grieve today because that generation of preachers is almost gone. I’m not saying that they are dead. I’m saying that this current generation is full of those who prostitute the gospel for selfish reasons and live a lifestyle that is extremely questionable. No one can live a life of sinless perfection, but we can at least aim to be like Jesus. Some of the top preachers in this country now are popular because they are blatantly disrespectful and have little to no regard for personal holiness. Amidst a generation of narcissistic preachers who are quite scandalous financially as well as in other…

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