How God Uses Mere Men

In our suffering we may face gloom at dawn, and dawn after dawn, on and on, it stays. Grieving pain is longsuffering, expanding, lingering. It keeps on keeping on, reduces curing to schemes of preservation; ignores the total healing potential. Bodily aches require pain relievers, salves, creams, and rest. Pain...

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My Bed of Languishing

My shattering had stamped out any lingering self-effort in me; even the sense of nerves stirring had vanished. Inertia bound me. I became the man under the bed covers on a cold winter morning, paralyzed. I concluded, “The next transpiration of events would take place toward me, but never from...

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See the Greatness of God and Praise Him

Throughout the Word of God, we read hundreds of praises and thanksgivings directed to God. They come from kings and prophets and apostles and others. Among the others are Mary and Zacharias. We read about these two in Luke 1, where we meet Mary, the young woman who birthed Jesus,...

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