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Andrew Bonar

Mr. James Mudie, Montrose (3)

Andrew BonarCOLLACE, May 31st, 1844. MY DEAR BROTHER, —. . . I did not observe that there were five Sabbaths in June. I suppose therefore I that our Communion will be the last day of June. Now this would leave me the interval of one Sabbath to come to Dr. Brewster. . . . But I find that to be absent that Sabbat... Read More
Classic Christian Writings

God's Message For Today By E. Meadows

God’s message for the world today is definitely repentance, and turning from sin. It has always been His message. The message of repentance is heralded forth with fiery zeal by all the Holy prophets of old as a means of avoiding God’s judgments in the land. And God has not changed His mind about sin... Read More
Classic Christian Writings

Prayer In Soul-Winning By C. N. Peckham

Prayer is basic to the soul-winner. He who would speak much to man for God must speak much to God for man. The Apostle said, "We will give ourselves continually to prayer, and to the ministry of the Word" (Acts 6:4). Prayer was first, ministry next. Paul asked the Thessalonians to "pray for us, that... Read More
Classic Christian Writings

Preparing For Revival By John A. Harvey

The idea that prayer brings revival can be somewhat of a copout. It is generally accepted that prayer is the path toward the renewal of God’s presence and power in the church, but prayer alone won’t do it. The proof text for the prayer cure for dying churches is Second Chronicles 7:14 and the much-q... Read More
Classic Christian Writings

The Holy Spirit Will Set You Ablaze By Wesley L. Duewel

The Holy Spirit is the wonderful third Person of the Trinity about whom we know so little. He loves so tenderly, cares so personally, and ministers to us so faithfully. How amazing that perhaps the most common symbol of this beautiful Person found in the Bible is flaming fire! Why does Scripture cho... Read More
Classic Christian Writings

The Prayer Of Confession Requires A Repentant Heart By Kim Butts

One of the most neglected aspects of our prayer lives--whether individual or corporate, is the need for confession and repentance. We all know that we have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God. We all know that when we ask for forgiveness with a truly repentant heart, it is freely given to us... Read More
David Wilkerson


David WilkersonIn both the Old and New Testaments, the Holy Ghost fell upon people in the most unusual ways! He shook buildings. People’s tongues began to praise him—in new tongues. The Holy Ghost took full control! At Pentecost he came with a mighty, rushing wind! Fire fell! When the Holy Ghost comes down, things... Read More
David Wilkerson

Overcoming Seeds of Doubt

David WilkersonJohn the Baptist was a man of the Word. He had spent his entire life studying the Scriptures in solitude and meditating on the law. He had pointed to Jesus and declared, “Behold, the Lamb of God” (John 1:29). He had seen the Holy Spirit descend on Christ as a dove and heard the Father’s voice declar... Read More
F.B. Meyer

Our Daily Homily - Luke

F.B. MeyerBehold the handmaid of the Lord: be it unto me according to thy Word - Luke 1:38 The angel's message meant, for this young, pure-hearted girl, a great deal of misunderstanding and reproach. It was inevitable that clouds would gather around her character, which would sorely perplex the good man to wh... Read More
Greek Word Studies

Able (can, could) (1410) dunamai

Able (1410) (dunamai) conveys the basic meaning of that which has the inherent ability to do something or accomplish some end. Thus dunamai means to be able to, to be capable of, to be strong enough to do or to have power to do something. It is usually translated able (50x), can (61x and cannot 58x)... Read More

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