What is here for me today?

(Arthur Pink)  LISTEN to audio!  Download audio The Bible is a book which calls not so much for the exertion of our intellect–as it does for the exercise of our affections, conscience and will. God has given His Word to … Continued

Blessed land of promise

(this was written to the aged, but applies to us all for we never know when we will be taken) (Richard Steele, “A Discourse Concerning Old-age, Tending to the Instruction, Caution and Comfort of Aged People” 1688)   LISTEN to Audio!  Download … Continued

He makes his steps firm

(James Smith, “Comfort for Christians!”)  LISTEN to Audio!  Download Audio “So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with … Continued

A precious promise

(James Smith, “Comfort for Christians!”) “As your days — so shall your strength be!” Deuteronomy 33:25 Here is a precious promise for a trying day! It belongs to every Christian who is traveling to the Celestial City. And provides for … Continued

What a promise is this!

(Maria Sandberg, “Glimpses of Heaven!” 1880) LISTEN to audio!  Download audio “They will see His face!” Revelation 22:4 What a promise is this! We shall see the face of God and the Lamb who was slain for us! And shall … Continued

The promise of promises

(Octavius Winslow, “Christ is Ever With You!” 1863) “Lo, I am with you always — even unto the end of the world!” Matthew 28:20 Whose presence is thus promised and pledged? It is the presence of Christ! The Christ who … Continued

To Him who leads us

(Octavius Winslow, “The Untrodden Path” 1860) “You have not passed this way before.” Joshua 3:4 How solemn is the reflection that with a new cycle of time, commences a new and untrodden path with each traveler to Zion. New events … Continued

The promise itself

(J.R. Miller)  LISTEN to audio!  Download audio “Today you shall be with Me in paradise!” Luke 23:43 This was the second saying of the Savior on the cross. Something touched the heart of one of the robbers–may it not have … Continued