• “The night I sailed for China, March 3, 1893, my life, on the human side, was broken, and it never was mended again. But He has been enough.” – Amy Carmichael

Elisabeth Elliot’s Devotionals

Love of the World By Elisabeth Elliot

John tells us in his first letter that anyone who loves the world is a stranger to the Father’s love.… Continue reading

Identity By Elisabeth Elliot

The search for recognition hinders faith. We cannot believe so long as we are concerned with the “image” we present… Continue reading

Fear God and Fear Nothing Else By Elisabeth Elliot

The world is shaking with fear. “What will become of us? Where will it all end? What if Russia…? What… Continue reading

Do You Want an Answer? By Elisabeth Elliot

This is the question we need to ask ourselves when we are seeking “solutions” to our problems. Often we want… Continue reading

An Antidote for Pride By Elisabeth Elliot

The basis of all sin of whatever kind is pride. This was what inspired the disobedience of Adam and Eve,… Continue reading

A Devious Repentance By Elisabeth Elliot

Recently I committed a sin of what seemed to me unpardonable thoughtlessness. For days I wanted to kick myself around… Continue reading

First Be Quiet By Elisabeth Elliot

Our hectic lives involve many changes, and changes require decisions, and decisions must often be made in the midst of… Continue reading

Give Way to Truth By Elisabeth Elliot

Through a disagreement with my husband Lars yesterday I suddenly recognized an instrument used powerfully by the enemy to drive… Continue reading

God’s Messengers By Elisabeth Elliot

How can this person who so annoys or offends me be God’s messenger? Is God so unkind as to send… Continue reading

The Hope of Holiness by Elisabeth Elliot

There are things which it is our duty to cover in silence. We are told nowadays that everything ought to… Continue reading

  • “It was God who put it into their hearts and gave them the determination to do it… After bringing me down, He was pleased to raise me up again.” – Madame Guyon

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[Qualities Needed in Trials] So then, my beloved brethren, let every man be swift to hear, slow to speak, slow to wrath; — James 1:19 (NKJV)

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