• “It takes spiritual authority to bless others. Many Christians say, “God bless you,” but one clearly senses that although the words express a kind wish, they lack real spiritual authority.” – Basilea Schlink

Basilea Schlink

Absent-mindedness: Daydreaming By Basilea Schlink

We speak of the “absent-minded professor”, who never knows what is going on, who forgets everything, because he is so… Continue reading

A Poem by Basilea Schlink

The holy hour is coming,
When from the heavenly throne
God’s Son, who was incarnate,
Will come to claim His… Continue reading

Cowardice By Basilea Schlink


Coward! That seems to be a despicable word. A coward is someone who is afraid to show his allegiance when… Continue reading

Conceit: Vanity By Basilea Schlink

A conceited person! These words are not exactly what you would call a compliment! Yet the highest goal of a… Continue reading

Busyness By Basilea Schlink

Busyness! Do we sometimes imagine that this is something good? That energy and industriousness stand behind it? Or at least… Continue reading

Bridal Love By Basilea Schlink

Jesus, who so often says “Whoever loves Me . . .” “Do you love Me?” is concerned about our LOVE!… Continue reading

Being Annoyed: Irritability By Basilea Schlink

Being annoyed! Can that really be a sin? Or is it merely a slight personality flaw, which anyone could afford… Continue reading

Anger By Basilea Schlink

Usually we are not at all dismayed-especially if we are choleric by nature-if we should happen to flare up violently… Continue reading

Worrying by Basilea Schlink

Worrying is a problem that most people have. Worries come when we think about the future. Let us consider an… Continue reading

Vigilance–A Mark of the Bride by Basilea Schlink

Nourishing bridal love means being vigilant, always on the alert for Jesus, our heavenly Bridegroom. Blessed were the five virgins… Continue reading

  • “Lord, may no gift of yours ever take Your place in my heart. Help me to hold them lightly in an open palm, that the supreme object of my desire may always be You and You alone. Purify my heart.” – Elisabeth Elliot

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[Glorify God Together] Therefore receive one another, just as Christ also received us, to the glory of God. — Romans 15:7 (NKJV)

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