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Beautiful for Ever

Jul 5 I FIND that the text bears other interpretations; I will mention two of them. It might be read, — and I think correctly, — “He will beautify the afflicted with deliverance.” Let me speak about that meaning first of all, for it is worth retaining. God’s own people are frequently made to mourn. Their Lord takes pleasure in them, but yet for their good he often sends them grief. At...

Psalm 149:4


Jul 16 TRUE repentance is always accompanied by sorrow. It has been said by some of those of modern times who disparage repentance that repentance is “nothing but a change of mind.” These words sound as if there was merely some superficial meaning to them; and so, indeed, they are intended by those who use them, but they are not so intended by the Spirit of God. Repentance may be and is...

Zechariah 12:12-14

God’s Law in Man’s Heart

Jun 28 WHEN God gave to Israel his law, — the law of the first covenant, — it was such a holy law that it ought to have been kept by the people. It was a just and righteous law, concerning which God said, “Ye shall do my judgments, and keep mine ordinances, to walk therein: I am the Lord your God. Ye shall therefore keep my statutes, and my judgments: which...

Hebrews 8:10

He Ran, and He Ran

Jul 2 THESE two texts have a measure of apparent likeness: the man runs to Jesus from afar, and the father runs to the prodigal from afar. They both run; and when two run to meet each other, they soon meet. When a sinner is running to Christ, and the Father is running to the sinner, there shall be a happy meeting before very long, and there shall be joy in heaven...

Mark 5:6

The Sinful made Sinless

Jul 12 NOTE, beloved, the special character of believers, — their divine relationship, their heavenly privilege; they are called “the children of God.” There is a foolish dream about the divine fatherhood toward all men; but it is a figment, a fiction, a delusion, a deception. The fatherhood of God is toward as many as he hath begotten again unto a lively hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead;...

1 John 3:4, 5

Sermon of the Week: No. 730, "Let Not Your Hearts Be Troubled"

Dec 5 For Charles Haddon Spurgeon, Jesus’ words “Let not your hearts be troubled” were especially sweet. Spurgeon knew that life, especially the Christian life, would be marked by its own crosses and cares. Join us in this Sermon of the Week as Spurgeon reminds us of Christ’s precious words.