From the days of our early childhood we learned by asking questions. But the answer had to be correct or we were deceived, and instead of being instructed we were misled. The question had therefore to be asked of one ..
One of the virtues of God that calls for praise from our lips is often kept in the background of our minds and not frequently expressed in our prayers and songs. That virtue is God’s faithfulness. Yet all the good ..
All men on earth that live, To God all glory give; Praise ye the Lord; His loving kindness bless, His constant faithfulness and changeless truth confess; Praise ye the Lord. That is a very comprehensive call. “All men on earth” ..
Psalm 117 is the shortest Psalm and the briefest chapter in the Bible, consisting in only two verses, and in our translation having no more than thirty-three words. But size does not always indicate value. A small diamond is worth ..
Be sure that you take the words of Psalm 126:5 in their context and setting. The psalmist writes, “They that sow in tears shall reap in joy.” Scripture here does not teach us that there will be no crop failures ..
Our sins have been blotted out. The cross has wiped them completely out of God’s book. But until we die, we still have the old man of sin, and we also have the motions of sin in our flesh. Therefore, ..
The world may, and often does, ridicule God’s church. Think of how the King of the church was ridiculed upon His cross. Think of how they scoffed at those upon whom the Spirit was poured out on Pentecost, accusing them ..
Yesterday we were reminded of the fact that God is our Redeemer, and that we should praise and thank Him more emphatically in regard to the spiritual gifts of our salvation. This truth is expressed again in Psalm 126:1-3, where ..
When our lives are spared, in what we call a miraculous way; when a loved one recovers remarkably after serious surgery; when things go exceptionally well for our flesh; the words of our mouths often are, “0 God, how good ..