Contemplation of the Divinity

(Charles Spurgeon, “The Immutability of God!“)  LISTEN to audio!  Download audio  The highest science, the loftiest speculation, the mightiest philosophy, which can ever engage the attention of a child of God–is the name, the nature, the person, the work, the … Continued

Confide earthly concerns

(Octavius Winslow, “Divine Realities” 1860) “My times are in Your hand.” Psalm 31:15 In whose hand are the believer’s times? In a Father’s hand! Be those times what they may . . . times of trial, temptation, suffering, peril, sunshine, … Continued

Make Your way straight

(Susannah Spurgeon, “Free Grace and Dying Love!”)  LISTEN to Audio!  Download Audio “Make Your way straight before my face.” Psalm 5:8 Dear Father, this cry is going up to You this morning from many a tried and perplexed soul, who is … Continued

There are many rooms

(adapted from Mary Winslow’s, “Heaven Opened”) What a mercy that there are better things in store for us than this poor world could give! Who that knows the truth experimentally would wish to live in this base world one moment … Continued

A Father to His people

(James Smith, “The Love of Christ! The Fullness, Freeness, and Immutability of the Savior’s Grace Displayed!”) LISTEN to audio!  Download audio Jesus has revealed Himself as a Father to His people. Having begotten them again unto a living hope–He treats … Continued

Be still!

(James Smith, “Comfort for Christians!”) “Be still — and know that I am God!” Psalm 46:10 This is God’s message to His people, even during the most terrible convulsions of nature, the cruelest wars, and the most painful trials! The … Continued

Such a Friend

(Octavius Winslow, “Morning Thoughts”) “If God is for us, who can be against us?” Romans 8:31. With such a Father, such a Friend, and such a Comforter, who can wage a successful hostility against the children of God? God Himself … Continued

If we are His

(J. C. Philpot) “As your days—so shall your strength be.” Deuteronomy 33:25 The year before our eyes may hold in its bosom events which may deeply concern and affect us. We do not know what is to come. What personal … Continued

The work of salvation

(James Smith, “Manna in the Wilderness” 1863)  LISTEN to Audio!  Download Audio When we look around upon people and observe their ways, we see that there is . . . not a sin prohibited, but they willfully commit it; a … Continued

One merciful look…

(James Smith, “Food for Hungry Souls”)  LISTEN to Audio!  Download Audio Humble hearts prize small mercies, and in their prayers they often ask for very simple things. A word or a look from God, or a ray of light from … Continued