• “Jesus died as He had lived: praying, forgiving, loving, sacrificing, trusting, quoting Scripture. If I die as I have lived, how will I die?” – Nancy Leigh DeMoss

Lilias Trotter

The Lesson of the Mother’s Lap by Lilias Trotter

Can you not remember my sister, as if it were yesterday, the hour when your first born child lay in your… Continue reading

The Lesson of the Looking Glass by Lilias Trotter

Wherever there are women there are looking-glasses, from the Sherifa with her great mirror framed in carving and gilding,… Continue reading

Vibrations by I. Lilias Trotter

A bang and a crash, and a cloud of dust that when it cleared showed a picture of ruin. One… Continue reading

Trained To Rule By Lilias Trotter

(This article was originally written as a tract. To download a zip file of this tract click here.)

A… Continue reading

The Dandelion by Lilias Trotter

 

Measure thy life by loss and not by gain,
Not by the wine drunk, but by the wine poured… Continue reading

Lilias Trotter and the Language Nobody Knows by John Piper

As I write this, my wife Noël is in Knoxville, Tennessee, where she went to speak to a women’s conference.… Continue reading

Focused: A Story and a Song by Lilias Trotter

It was in a little wood in early morning. The sun was climbing behind a steep cliff in the east,… Continue reading

Death to Lawful Things is the Way Out into a Life of Surrender by Lilias Trotter

Look at this buttercup as it begins to learn its new lesson. The little hands of the calyx clasp tightly… Continue reading

A Ripened Life By Lilias Trotter

(This article was originally written as a tract. To download a zip file of this tract click here.)
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A God…which worketh for him that waiteth for Him by Lilias Trotter

There is a definite moment at which the seed is ripe for being liberated–that is the first thing we notice:… Continue reading

  • “In all places and at all times, we can have that familiar friendship, we can have Him with us; and there may be through the day a constant interchange of private words, of little offerings, too small to have any name attached to them—by which the bonds of that familiar friendship grow closer and more real, until it comes to that special personal intimacy, which we call sanctity.” – Janet Erskine Stuart, 1857-1914

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Verse of the Day

Let nothing be done through selfish ambition or conceit, but in lowliness of mind let each esteem others better than himself. Let each of you look out not only for his own interests, but also for the interests of others. — Philippians 2:3-4 (NKJV)

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