Do you think when you have served Satan with your prime years, to satisfy God with your senility?--Lewis Bayly in The Practice of Piety
When God establishes the work of our hands, He makes us steadfast!
Matthew 5:13--You are the salt of the earth. But if the salt should lose its taste, how can it be made salty? It’s no longer good for anything but to be thrown out and trampled on by men.
Prospecting for gems has value; prospecting for wisdom is priceless!
We have to show people what God will do for us, not in our words and teaching, but in our life. God help us to do it!--Andrew Murray in Absolute Surrender
Job 36:32--He covers His hands with lightning and commands it to hit its mark.
Ninety-nine percent of all failures come from people who have a habit of making excuses.—George Washington Carver
As I read Psalm 23 for my devotions I was struck in a new way by verse one. What David declares is very powerful for several reasons.
Remember, there's no such thing as a small act of kindness . . .
Have you ever wondered, What do I have to do to live a stable life, to not be twisted with every fierce wind of opposition or pulled from what is right to what is ultimately degrading?
Hail is mentioned 36 times in the Bible . . . Hail has multiple meanings--falling ice, a greeting, a link to a place . . . Hail is a notice to pray.
It is equally an error to trust all men or no man.—Latin Proverb
Did you know that bugle calls are sometimes used for giving commands to large formations of soldiers?
Sometimes to understand the present we have to examine the past.
There is something powerful to be said about permanence.
Bitterness is a horrible trap that seals its victims in an unpadded, sullen room. It steals peace from the mind and robs the heart of happiness.
The Denver West Point Society hosted its first Leadership and Ethics Conference for high school juniors in Colorado. It was entitled “Living an Honorable Life.”
Have you ever been frustrated by something that should work and doesn't?