• “I entreat you, give no place to despondency. This is a dangerous temptation–a refined, not a gross temptation of the adversary. Melancholy contracts and withers the heart, and renders it unfit to receive the impressions of grace. It magnifies and gives a false colouring to objects, and thus renders your burdens too heavy to bear. God’s designs regarding you, and His methods of bringing about these designs, are infinitely wise.” – Madame Guyon

Intercessory

Privilege of Intercessory Prayer by Frances Ridley Havergal

 

‘Pray one for another.’ (James v. 16.)

HERE our divine Master takes up an impulse of natural affection, raising… Continue reading

Giving God a Clear Road for Action by S. D. Gordon

Out in one of the trans-Mississippi states I ran across an illustration of prayer in real life that caught me… Continue reading

Touching the Hidden Keys by S. D. Gordon

One of the most remarkable illustrations in recent times of the power of prayer, may be found in the experience… Continue reading

Sarah A. Cooke by David Smithers

Often God’s most precious gifts are hidden in the most obscure and common vessels. The costly pearl is found hidden… Continue reading

The Intercessors of the Hebrides Revival By David Smithers

Off the west coast of Scotland is a small group of islands called the Hebrides. Between 1949 and 1952 a… Continue reading

  • “He is coming as a Bridegroom. He is coming for a bride.” – Sarah Foulkes Moore

Verse of the Day

For our citizenship is in heaven, from which we also eagerly wait for the Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ, — Philippians 3:20 (NKJV)

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