Monthly Archives: February 2009

A View Of God’s Soveriegnity

“A true recognition of God’s sovereignty humbles as nothing else does or can humble, and brings the heart into lowly submission before God, causing us to relinquish our own self-will and making us delight in the perception and performance of … Continue reading

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The sinner can never be quite himself. All his life he must pretend. He must act as if he were never going to die, yet he knows too well that he is. He must act as if he had not … Continue reading

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The Sin Of Restrained Prayer

“The presence of sin makes the presence of God impossible . . . The solemn fact is . . . to not pray as Christ and the scripture teach us is definitely one that causes the loss of God’s presence.” … Continue reading

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Wounded For God

Quote “I Believe that God wants us to long for Him with the longing that becomes lovesickness, that will become a wound to our spirits, to keep us always moving toward Him, always finding and always seeking,always having and always … Continue reading

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Awaken Or Slide

“In this . . . is threatened the vengeance of God on the wicked unbelieving Israelites, who were God’s visible people, and who lived under the means of grace; but . . . remained void of counsel . . . … Continue reading

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God Is A Consuming Fire

“Sinners in Zion are terrified; Trembling has siezes the godless. Who among us can live with the consuming fire? Who among us can live with continual burning”? Isa.33:14, NASB) Our Heavenly Father  please awaken us from our spiritual drunkenness in … Continue reading

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Three Faithful Wounds by A.W. Tozer

Part 4 Thirdly, there’s the wound of longing after God. This little woman wanted to long after God with a longing that became a pain in her heart. She wanted to be lovesick. She prayed in effect, “O God, that … Continue reading

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