The “Cause to”‘s of God

In the Old Testament we see more often than in the New the phrase "Cause me to ...". But when the Age of Grace began believers in the Lord Jesus Christ had the Spirit of Grace abiding in them, Who worked in them both to will and to do of...

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As the Bride Waits …

We, the Body of Christ, are the Lord's Bride-in-waiting; what are to be thinking, doing, as we wait for our Day? How do we best prepare for our Wedding with the King of kings? We increasingly become occupied with HIM, with His thoughts toward us, with what He's like, with...

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“Lift Up Your Eyes”

In these perilous, frightening times it's easy to fasten our focus on people and events around us, both close by and far away. But such a lateral focus will cause fretting, which causes harm. Instead we receive Grace to lift up our heads and our eyes and focus rather on...

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“Where are you?”

Our God always has redemption in Mind, at Heart. He certainly followed the first 2 sinners after they left the Garden with His eyes, His Heart, and with His provision and covering. Spurgeon wrote: "I am come to find you wherever your may be. I will look for you till...

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Fixed Heart, Single Eye, Sound Mind

Because of His superabounding Grace toward us, we can firmly fasten our minds, fix our hearts, focus our eye on whatsoever things are honest, lovely, pure, true, of good report and that have virtue (Phil.4:8). This will spare us the pain of living with a heart divided from the Father's...

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THE Faithful God

I'll never forget something Micah Stambovsky said some years ago in a message: If we won't believe that God is faithful, why seek to know Him? Why bother with Him? Why invest all these hours, days, months, years in reading and studying and sharing His Word ... if He's not...

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Ownership: Mine, Yours, Ours

God is the Father of all people everywhere who have received Jesus Christ as their personal Savior. But He wants me to embrace Him as MY Father. The Lord Jesus is the Savior of the world, but He wants me to enjoy Him as MY Savior. God became a Person...

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