• “I was poor in the midst of riches, and ready to perish with hunger near a table plentifully spread and a continual feast. Oh, Beauty, ancient and new! Why have I known thee so late? Alas, I sought thee where thou wast not, and did not seek thee where thou wast…” – Madame Guyon

Ann Griffiths and Her Sea of Wonders by Simonetta Carr

“O to spend my life in a sea of wonders!” Ann wrote in one of her poems. And her life,… Continue reading

The Sin of Pride by Anne Dutton

As pride is a sin that abides and works in all Christians in this world, let us all then, as… Continue reading

Elizabeth Prentiss: Joyfully Embracing Motherhood and Suffering by Bambi Moore

It had been an especially difficult morning at home with my little people. There were at least five reasons why… Continue reading

Mary Winslow: A Great Prayer Warrior by Donna Kelderman

The day the telegraph arrived was a day forever etched in the mind of Mary Winslow. Having recently arrived in… Continue reading

Call Upon Me In The Day of Trouble by Sabina Wurmbrand

‘Once, one Sunday morning, my husband was stolen from the street – kidnapped. We went around asking, ‘Where is he?’… Continue reading

Lord, Thou Know­est All the Hun­ger by Freda Hanbury Allen

Lord, Thou knowest all the hunger
Of the heart that seeks Thee now;
How my soul hath long been craving… Continue reading

O Christ, He is The Fountain by Anne R. Cousin

O Christ, He is the fountain,
The deep, sweet well of life:
Its living streams I’ve tasted
Which save from… Continue reading

The Love of Christ to You by Anne Dutton

O happy soul, how does Jesus love you! And yet I must tell you He has but begun to love… Continue reading

The Joy of Union and Communion With Christ by Ruth Bryan

To Mrs. H., February 26, 1848.
All hail my precious sister,

I greet you with a sincere heart; welcome to… Continue reading

Earthly Things Bedimmed by Clear Views of The Glory of Christ by Ruth Bryan

In the precious Name which is above every name, I come to inquire–Is it well with you? Does the vine… Continue reading

  • “Our one great hindrance to fuller blessing is something along with God in our heart” (A. Bonar). Remove every idol from my heart.” – Nancy Leigh DeMoss

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Verse of the Day

For whoever desires to save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for My sake will find it. — Matthew 16:25 (NKJV)
  • “They only did what God permitted them to do, which enabled me always to keep God in sight… When we suffer, we should always remember that God inflicts the blow. Wicked men, it is true, are not infrequently His instruments; and the fact does not diminish, but simply develops their wickedness. But when we are so mentally disposed that we love the strokes we suffer, regarding them as coming from God, and as expressions of what He sees best for us, we are then in the proper state to look forgivingly and kindly upon the subordinate instrument which He permits to smite us.” – Madame Guyon

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