The Guardian

Contentment is derived only from the Lord. In this verse, He promises to be our sustenance, and it has nothing whatsoever to do with our earthly lot in life. Philippians 4:7 describes the manner in which the peace of God becomes a great and rich provision. This peace is defined...

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Purpose to Retain

“Verily, verily, I say unto you, if a man keep my saying, he shall never see death.” The average Christian enjoys a message, but has no method of retaining what he has heard. Only a few minutes after hearing the Word, he is unable to remember it. If he cannot...

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Roll Your Cares on Him

“Therefore I tell you, stop being perpetually uneasy (anxious and worried) about your life” (Matthew 6:25a, Amplified). There is no greater cancer in our society than the disease of worrying – being anxious. Some people worry when things are going well, and they worry when things are not going well....

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Productivity Through Rest

For many Christians, “following on to know the Lord” is both unattractive and painstaking. To continue in the Kingdom of God becomes burdensome to them, to the point of despair. This kind of attitude is in stark contrast to the words of the Apostle John, in his first epistle, “For...

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Secure Your Anchor

Hope becomes an anchor for the soul in the storms of life (2). It involves the certainty of prospective and glorious realities that are insured absolutely by the retrospective reality of Christ’s finished work and accomplished redemption! Hope is based on the immutability of God — His inability to change...

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Heavyweight Fighter for God

There is no foundation and nothing that can be relied on in man in his natural state. Reaction, arrogance, double-mindedness, self-pity, and inconsistency all reveal the instability and inadequacy of the flesh. The Bible says that “man at his best state is altogether vanity” (Psalm 39:5). His life is a...

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