he astonishing, the marvelous love, He has exhibited in givingyou His beloved Son to die in your stead, are cords by which Hewould draw your loving heart to Himself.
It is by an act of simple, prayerful faith we transfer our cares andanxieties, our sorrows and needs, to the
A believer may lose the answer to his prayer, by dictating to the
ord the mode, as well as the time, of answering.
he love of Christ! Such a precious theme! Of it can we everweary? Never! Its greatness can we ever know? Never! Itsplenitude can we fully contain? Never! Its depths cannot befathomed, its dimensions cannot be measured! It passesknowledge!
Give yourself to prayer. Supposing your state is the worst thatcan be, your frame of mind the most unfavourable, your heartthe hardest; still go to the throne of grace.
he smallest measure of real faith will take the soul to heaven.
ord never intended that His people should live on anythingbelow Himself.
he life within us is divine, and its nourishmentmust be divine. It is from heaven, and its nourishment must beheavenly; it is supernatural, and its food must be spiritual.
It must be admitted, that the character and the tendencies of theage are not favorable to deep and mature reflection upon thehidden, spiritual life of the soul.
When because of our state of limited knowledge, we cannot fully understand ² let reason reverently adore and faith implicitly trust.