Archive for April 6th, 2017

“…Potentates have raged against this book [the Bible] and sought to destroy and uproot it…they are gone and vanished while the book remains…perfect and entire as it was declared at the first.”

– Martin Luther, from his TABLE – TALK

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Grow in grace

2Pe 3. 18

“But grow in grace, and in the knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

To him be glory both now and for ever. Amen.”

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“It [Christian perfection] is improvable…

one perfected in love may grow far swifter in grace than he did before.”

– John Wesley, quoted by R.S. Foster, his CHRISTIAN PURITY

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Think about God. Think about God t-o-d-a-y. Think about God often. For us to concentrate on God and

His eternal Word is 1.) Minding expanding, 2.) Soul relaxing, and 3.) Physically benefiting.

– eab, 4/6/17

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Think about hell. Saint, think about hell so you keep on minding Jesus and pray for sinners. Sinner, think about hell so you will pray, confessing and forsaking all your sins.

– eab, 4/4/17

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THE Being

There is only One – THE Being,

Forever in the sky,

Forever will He live,

Never will He die.

He’s made billions of beings,

Black and White and Brown;

Yet inside all are alike,

(Needing a smile, not a frown.)

OH – – – What a BEING!

– eab, April  2009

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Pray at mid – night.

(“Midnight” here is not the stroke of a clock filled with charm, or alarm, but a space between the time one retires and the first light of day.) Seek God in this quiet time; the busyness of life has slowed or stopped, friends are less likely to knock or call and its before you pick-up the burdens of the day. God, who is entirely outside time, has obligated Himself to hear sincere prayer. We mere mortals may have an audience with the King of all kings.

By all means roll out of bed and seek His face – He waits.

– eab, 4/6/17

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Ante-Nicene Quote

“From all manner of proofs it is easy to see that the history of Moses

is far more ancient than all profane histories.”

– Justin Martyr, Hortatory Address to the Greeks

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