Dying but Living

(Taken from God is Enough, Hannah Whithall Smith, p. 271) Christ died to give me actual holiness as well as judicial; He died to make me really dead to sin and really alive to God in Him.  He died in order that He might become my life — the only life I have — and , […]

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Trusting His Keeping

“If we trust for ourselves, we must trust for our loved ones also, especially for our children.  God is more their Father than their earthly fathers are, and if they are dear to us they are far dearer to Him.  We cannot, therefore, do anything better for them than to trust them in God’s care, […]

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God’s Ultimate Creation – Our Ultimate Sacrifice

The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handywork. Day unto day uttereth speech, and night unto night sheweth knowledge. There is no speech nor language, where their voice is not heard. Their line is gone out through all the earth, and their words to the end of the world.  Psalm 19:1-4 […]

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Totally Consecrating

Hannah Whitall Smith lived at the end of the nineteenth century (1832-1911), and her writings still bless Christians today. This passage from a daily devotional called God is Enough (August 29) was taken from her dairies dating back to 1859, one year after her conversion.  Her sensed of consecration is an inspiration to any Christian no matter […]

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Wooing Not Demanding

The law says, This do and you will live. The gospel says, Live, and then you will do. The law says, Pay me what you owe me. The gospel says,I freely forgive you everything. The law says, Make yourself a new heart and new spirit. The gospel says, A new heart will I gave you, […]

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