tp://www.inthebeloved.org/dickdodson" class="subject1">Christian Testimonies The Gambler By Dick Dodson I was raised a Roman Catholic. When I was about 8, a church, of another faith took some children to a roller skating rink. On the way home they sang, "Jesus loves me this I know. For the Bible tells me so."
Elijah The Tishbite By W.W. Fereday "Why did God employ Elijah? His flaming zeal for the glory of God, and his simple-hearted faith in His Word and in His power is the answer."
Self Esteem By W.J. Prost The essence of true Christianity is not to have either high or low thoughts of self, but rather not to be thinking about self at all. “For to me to live is Christ.” (available in booklet form from Bible Truth Publications - PO Box 649 - 59 Industrial Road - Addison, IL, USA 60101)
A Divine Movement "The Same Night" A. J. P. He goes out into the night, and is dragged through scene after scene of revolting cruelty and high-handed injustice, till at length the darkness closes around that central cross, and all God's judgment upon sin is dealt out upon Him.
"Holy Brethren" C. H. Mackintosh But let us inquire on what does the apostle ground the title of "holy brethren?" It is of all possible importance to be clear as to this.
The Passover and the Lord’s Supper by L. M. Grant "The breaking of bread is not individual, though individual exercise of soul is to bring us there, and is to be maintained there also. But "the cup of blessing which we bless, is it not the communion (or fellowship) of the blood of Christ? The bread which we break, is it not the communion (or fellowship) of the body of Christ? For we being many are one bread, one body: for we are all partakers of that one bread" (1 Cor. 10:16-17). "
The Parable Of The Bamboo By B. E. Newcomb Even as the tree was telling us of its Master, we looked round, and lo! the Master Himself stood there. He was looking with love and longing on the tree, and in His hand He held a sharp axe. "I have need of thee," He said. "Art thou willing to give thyself to Me?"
Christ the Object of Affection and Sympathy W.T.Turpin "The Lord give His saints in these last days more genuine affection for, and true sympathy with, our Lord Jesus Christ and His interests that nothing may be able to divert their hearts from Him, engage their powers but Him, satisfy their souls but Him!"