whom shall we fear

(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? Whom shall we fear? God Himself cannot … Continued

A present help

(from Winslow’s, “The Glory of Christ in Heaven”) It is splendid when we are led by the Eternal Spirit into a heartfelt acquaintance with the riches and fullness of the gospel. There is no spiritual need of the soul which … Continued

our dearest and best Friend

(Mary Winslow, “Words of Loving Counsel and Sympathy”) “From the fullness of His grace we have all received one blessing after another!” John 1:16 What could we do in this wilderness world, beset with manifold temptations and trials within and … Continued

our truest and best Friend!

(J.R. Miller, “Finding God’s Comfort” 1896) One writer tells of two birds and how they acted when caught and put into a cage. One, a starling, flew violently against the wire walls of its prison, in unavailing efforts to escape–only battering and bruising … Continued

You have a sympathizing Friend.

David Harsha, “The Savior’s Ministry” ‘Jesus wept.’  John 11:35 The Son of God, the Creator of the universe, the Lord of glory in tears! Amazing sight! How plainly do those tears show the tenderness of Jesus! And how animating for the … Continued