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Selwyn Hughes

For Reading and Meditation:     Romans 11:1-24

We continue reflecting on the meaning of grace. Illion T. Jones, a famous Welsh preacher, said that "The word 'grace' is unquestionably the most significant single word in the Bible." I agree. But it must be understood right away that grace is a characteristic of God which is exercized only toward those who are seen as...

Bible Verses: Romans 11:1-24Psalms 145:9Romans 3:1-24Acts 15:112 Timothy 2:1

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Selwyn Hughes

For Reading and Meditation:     John 6:25-33

It is because God is so utterly trustworthy and reliable that the Christian life at heart is a life of trust. In the passage before us today our Lord is asked: "What must we do to do the works God requires?" (v. 28). His answer was entirely different from that which you would receive if you posed the question to...

Bible Verses: John 6:25-332 Timothy 2:1-13Hebrews 2:17Hebrews 10:23

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Selwyn Hughes

For Reading and Meditation:     Matthew 22:23-33

We spend one more day considering the proposition that apart from a relationship with God and an understanding of the Scriptures, we are unable to see life as a whole. The man or woman who knows and understands the Bible will be acquainted with the facts he or she needs to have in order to come to right and sound...

Bible Verses: Matthew 22:23-332 Timothy 2:1-152 Timothy 3:16

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Selwyn Hughes

For Reading and Meditation:     Psalm 76:1-12

We touched yesterday on the truth that the reason why the ungodly are set in eminent places is because God arranges it. The psalmist goes on to say that not only does God raise up the ungodly, but He also brings them down: "You cast them down to ruin. How suddenly are they destroyed –" (

Bible Verses: Psalms 76:1-12Psalms 73:18-19Romans 1:18Romans 3:19-202 Timothy 2:1-191 Peter 4:18

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Charles Spurgeon

Christ has grace without measure in himself, but he hath not retained it for himself. As the reservoir empties itself into the pipes, so hath Christ emptied out his grace for his people. "Of his fulness have all we received, and grace for grace." He seems only to have in order to dispense to us. He stands like the fountain, always flowing, but only running in order to supply the empty pitchers and the thirsty lips which draw nigh unto it. Like a tree, he bears sweet fruit, not to hang on...

Bible Verses: 2 Timothy 2:1

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T. Austin-Sparks

Gone is the distinction between Jew and Greek, slave and free man, male and female – you are all one in Christ Jesus. (Galatians 3:28 Phillips)

In this dispensation God is not meeting Jews as Jews, and Gentiles as Gentiles,
and a great many are making the mistake of thinking that He is. His Word to the
Jew is: "You must leave your Jewish ground, and stand before God, not as a...

Bible Verses: Galatians 3:282 Timothy 2:1

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Samuel Bagster

Be] strengthened with all might, according to His glorious power. § As you therefore have received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk in Him, rooted and built up in Him and established in the faith, as you have been taught, abounding in it with thanksgiving. § They may be called trees of righteousness, the planting of the Lord, that He may be glorified. § Built on the foundation of the apostles and prophets, Jesus Christ Himself being the chief cornerstone, in whom the whole building, being...

Bible Verses: 2 Timothy 2:1Colossians 1:11Colossians 2:6Colossians 2:7Isaiah 61:3Ephesians 2:20Ephesians 2:21Ephesians 2:22Acts 20:32Philippians 1:111 Timothy 6:12Philippians 1:28

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