His Compassion Toward Us

Jesus Christ is both High Priest and Savior to those who believe upon Him. He “seeks to save that which is lost,” and His compassion toward us is unfailing. His identification with sin was absolutely necessary for Him to take the position of High Priest, and it was more painful...

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Spend Yourself

Being a true servant of God means that you have no claims on your life. You have made Jesus Christ Lord and He has control over you. Paul taught that one of the most significant aspects of being a servant is to be spent. “And I will very gladly spend...

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Revealing Speech

The unsaved man is unable to reflect the treasure of Christ in his speech until he receives Christ as his Savior. The carnal Christian, though saved, often denies the authority of the Word of God. Therefore, he is excluded from speaking in such a manner that would reflect the presence...

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He is All

Remember that God is sovereign. His plan is perfect. Since He is righteous (2), He will deal with us in perfect justice. Since God is just (3), He will never do anything that is unfair, and He is love (4), He will love us in each situation of need. In...

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Walk in Your Position

The devil desperately tries to attack our position in Christ each day. He despises believers, for he knows they are seated far above his domain. “But God, who is rich in mercy…. hath raised us up together and made us sit together in heavenly places in Christ Jesus” Ephesians 2:4a,...

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A True Leader

A vital characteristic of a leader is that he must first be a servant. People respect a leader who practices the principles he teaches. If he speaks of the importance of prayer, he should be a prayer warrior. If he promotes soulwinning, he should first be a soul winner. Take...

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Grace for Grace

What is grace? First, it depends upon who God is and what He has done. Second, it is something that we never merit. Third, we receive it by responding in faith to God’s Word. Fourth, when we start to learn the Word of God, we must understand that it is...

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Godly Edification

We do not have any sufficiency within ourselves to evaluate anything from our human resources. This is a difficult concept to grasp, because all our lives we have been saturated with the concept that human goodness pleases God, and we have failed to deal with the truth: “Our righteousnesses are...

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Counteraction

The content of the believer’s mind will determine the contentment of his soul. “Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on Thee” (Isaiah 26:3a). The mind occupied with the content of the Word of God is promised perfect peace. This peace is the result of right...

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