Encouraging Words

Hast Thou No Scar?

by Amy Carmichael Hast thou no scar? No hidden scar on foot, or side, or hand; I hear thee sung as mighty in the land, I hear them hail thy bright ascendant star, Hast thou no scar? Hast thou no wound? Yet I was wounded for by the archers, spent, Leaned Me against a tree…

Implement Decisions Now

by K.P. Yohannan Take the actions and decisions you know are right and implement them in your life right now. Do not wait for some big revelation to appear to you in the night sky. Right now begin to sacrifice, pray, witness, repent, ask for forgiveness from others when you wrong them –whatever you know…

The Importance of Prayer and Meditation

by Felix Neff To those whose spiritual life has gradually become feeble and languishing, I say without hesitation that this evil arises from their neglect of prayer and meditation. They are content to know these things without practicing them. They speak of the grace of God, but they do seek it not. They know Jesus…

Never Let Any Man Become Necessary to You

by A.W. Tozer To the one who is advanced enough to hear it I would say, “Never let anyone become necessary to you.” Be meek enough to learn from the lowly and wise enough to learn from the enlightened. Be quick to profit by the experiences of others and stay alert to the voice of…

Goliath Had a Brother

by Francis Frangipane Here’s the scene: You are in a battle against sickness, oppression or some similar struggle. You seek God, and in some way, the grace of God touches your life. Your victory may have come through a word or prayer or some other encouragement, but you absolutely know the Lord has delivered you….

The Flow of Obedience

by David Wilkerson It is important that we understand the motive out of which our obedience springs, because if the spring is not pure, everything that flows out of it will be polluted. The sad truth is that many Christians in these last days obey God only because they are afraid of going to hell….

God’s Kingdom – How it Began

by R. Prabahar The gospel of God was proclaimed by the Lord Jesus Christ as the kingdom of God. But it was John the Baptist who was the first to proclaim this kingdom. Jesus then laid the foundation for it through His death and resurrection and finally established it through the Holy Spirit on the…

The Reward of Living a Disciplined Life

by Raymond Wanner The Lord has been reminding me again recently that who we are and what we do determines our destiny. I see this from verses like: “The foolishness of man ruins his way” (Proverbs 19:23) and, “The integrity of the upright will guide them, but the crookedness of the treacherous will destroy them”…

Experiencing The Depths Of Jesus Christ

by Madame Guyon Dear Reader, It is by the Lord gaining your heart, and no other way, that all your sins can be put away. If the heart can be gained, Jesus Christ would reign in peace, and the whole Church would be renewed. In fact, we are discussing the very thing that caused the…

A Message to Overwhelmed Believers

by David Wilkerson I speak now to those believers who are overwhelmed by accumulating afflictions. David the Psalmist tells of his being overwhelmed by unbearable troubles: “My heart is sorely pained within me: all the terrors of death are fallen upon me. Fearfulness and trembling are come upon me, and horror has overwhelmed me” (Psalm…