• “Let us ask that the Lord Jesus would so perfectly tune our spirits to the keynote of His exceeding great love, that all our unconscious influence may breathe only of that love, and help all with whom we come in contact to obey the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ.” – Frances Ridley Havergal

Prayers Ancient and Modern – Tileston

Prayers Ancient and Modern 12/31

Most gracious god, who hast been infinitely merciful to us, not only in the year past, but through all the… Continue reading

Prayers Ancient and Modern 12/30

Heavenly and eternal Father, Source of all being, from whom I spring, unto whom I shall return,—Thine I shall ever… Continue reading

Prayers Ancient and Modern 12/29

Ah, God! behold my grief and care. Fain would I serve Thee with a glad and cheerful countenance, but I… Continue reading

Prayers Ancient and Modern 12/28

O God, who hast enkindled in the holy bosoms of all Thy saints so great an ardor of faith, that… Continue reading

Prayers Ancient and Modern 12/27

Gracious Lord, in whom are laid up all the treasures of knowledge and wisdom, direct me in the ways of… Continue reading

Prayers Ancient and Modern 12/26

O Lord, who hast breathed into me the breath of life, and endued me with an immortal spirit, which looks… Continue reading

Prayers Ancient and Modern 12/25

Almighty God, we give Thee thanks for the mighty yearning of the human heart for the coming of a Saviour,… Continue reading

Prayers Ancient and Modern 12/24

Our Heavenly Father We rejoice in the blessed communion of all Thy saints, wherein Thou givest us also to have… Continue reading

Prayers Ancient and Modern 12/23

Almighty God, Giver of all good, who hast given, above all Thy gifts, the crowning mercy that we are called… Continue reading

Prayers Ancient and Modern 12/22

As thou makest the outgoings of the morning and evening to rejoice, so lift up the light of Thy countenance… Continue reading

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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)

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