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  • Gods Character Is Infinitely Holy

    Published: 22/02/2017
    Because this is a moral universe, character, which is the excellence of moral beings, is naturally paramount. As the excellence of steel is strength and the excellence of art is beauty, so the excelle ... Read more
  • The Discipline of Spiritual Perseverance

    Published: 22/02/2017
    Be still, and know that I am God… — Psalm 46:10 Perseverance is more than endurance. It is endurance combined with absolute assurance and certainty that what we are looking for is going to happ ... Read more
    Source: utmost.org
  • Enjoying His Fullness

    Published: 22/02/2017
    From his fullness we have all received, grace upon grace. (John 1:16) Just before the service last Sunday, the little band of praying saints was hard at work fighting for the faith of our people, and ... Read more
  • Humankinds Special Relationship to God

    Published: 21/02/2017
    Without faith it is impossible to please God has become an axiom of the Christian way; yet I suppose not many stop to ask why faith should be so vitally important in our relation with God. But there i ... Read more
  • You Never Pray Alone

    Published: 21/02/2017
    Today’s Reflection MORNING PRAYER is a time of recognition that God, who never slumbers or sleeps, has been at work while we have been at rest. Morning prayer is not the beginning of the day. It ... Read more
  • Do You Really Love Him?

    Published: 21/02/2017
    She has done a good work for Me. — Mark 14:6 If what we call love doesn’t take us beyond ourselves, it is not really love. If we have the idea that love is characterized as cautious, wise, sensible, s ... Read more
    Source: utmost.org
  • The Forerunner of Mercy

    Published: 19/02/2017
    Ezekiel 36:37 Prayer is the forerunner of mercy. Turn to sacred history, and you will find that scarcely ever did a great mercy come to this world unheralded by supplication. You have found this true ... Read more
  • Is Waiting Punishment?

    Published: 19/02/2017
    Today’s Reflection IN OUR CULTURE, waiting very often takes on a negative meaning. When the doctor sees us an hour and a half after our appointment time, when traffic makes us a half hour late f ... Read more
  • Taking the Initiative Against Drudgery

    Published: 19/02/2017
    Arise, shine… — Isaiah 60:1 When it comes to taking the initiative against drudgery, we have to take the first step as though there were no God. There is no point in waiting for God to help us— ... Read more
    Source: utmost.org
  • Calling on the Caller

    Published: 19/02/2017
    One of my favorite lines in Donita K. Paul’s Realm Walkers book series is, “The called must call upon the caller.” I don’t usually pause to ponder wording in the middle of an action-packed book, but t ... Read more
  • The Kind of Cold That Kills

    Published: 19/02/2017
    He sends out his command to the earth; his word runs swiftly. (Psalm 147:15) Tonight it will be forty degrees warmer in our kitchen freezer than it is outside here in Minneapolis. The high temperature ... Read more
  • When Interests Collide

    Published: 18/02/2017
    Whether we are considering two men or two nations we see how personal interest controls their relation to each other. Two men can live together in perfect harmony as long as their interests coincide. ... Read more
  • Why Do I Face Trials?

    Published: 18/02/2017
    Job 10:2 Perhaps, weary soul, the Lord is doing this to develop your graces. There are some of your graces that would never be discovered if it were not for your trials. Do you not know that your fait ... Read more
  • Pray with Your Children

    Published: 18/02/2017
    Today’s Reflection HERE ARE QUESTIONS Jenny Youngman suggests to help you practice Examen (a prayerful review of the day) with your family. If you have young children, focus only on the last 3 q ... Read more
  • Taking the Initiative Against Despair

    Published: 18/02/2017
    Rise, let us be going. — Matthew 26:46 In the Garden of Gethsemane, the disciples went to sleep when they should have stayed awake, and once they realized what they had done it produced despair. The s ... Read more
    Source: utmost.org
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