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Mission Devotional - September 9, 2017

"I will answer thee, and shew thee great and mighty things which thou knowest not." Today's Devotional Reading Jeremiah 33:3 There are different translations of these words. One version renders it, "I will shew thee great and fortified things." Another, "Great and reserved things." Now, there are reserved and special things in Christian experience: all the developments ...

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Mission Devotional - September 8, 2017

"From me is thy fruit found." Today's Devotional Reading Hosea 14:8 Our fruit is found from our God as to union. The fruit of the branch is directly traceable to the root. Sever the connection, the branch dies, and no fruit is produced. By virtue of our union with Christ we bring forth fruit. Every bunch of grapes have been first in the root, it has passed through the st...

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Mission Devotional - September 7, 2017

"And when they could not come nigh unto him for the press, they uncovered the roof where he was: and when they had broken it up, they let down the bed wherein the sick of the palsy lay." Today's Devotional Reading Mark 2:4 Faith is full of inventions. The house was full, a crowd blocked up the door, but faith found a way of getting at the Lord and placing the palsied man...

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Mission Devotional - September 6, 2017

"In the midst of a crooked and perverse nation, among whom ye shine as lights in the world." Today's Devotional Reading Philippians 2:15 We use lights to make manifest. A Christian man should so shine in his life, that a person could not live with him a week without knowing the gospel. His conversation should be such that all who are about him should clearly perceive wh...

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Mission Devotional - September 5, 2017

"Woe is me, that I sojourn in Mesech, that I dwell in the tents of Kedar." Today's Devotional Reading Psalm 120:5 As a Christian you have to live in the midst of an ungodly world, and it is of little use for you to cry "Woe is me." Jesus did not pray that you should be taken out of the world, and what he did not pray for, you need not desire. Better far in the Lord's st...

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Mission Devotional - September 4, 2017

"I will; be thou clean." Today's Devotional Reading Mark 1:41 Primeval darkness heard the Almighty fiat, "light be," and straightway light was, and the word of the Lord Jesus is equal in majesty to that ancient word of power. Redemption like Creation has its word of might. Jesus speaks and it is done. Leprosy yielded to no human remedies, but it fled at once at the Lord'...

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Mission Devotional - September 3, 2017

"Thou whom my soul loveth." Today's Devotional Reading Song of Solomon 1:7 It is well to be able, without any "if" or "but," to say of the Lord Jesus - "Thou whom my soul loveth." Many can only say of Jesus that they hope they love him; they trust they love him; but only a poor and shallow experience will be content to stay here. No one ought to give any rest to his spir...

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Mission Devotional - September 2, 2017

"But Simon's wife's mother lay sick of a fever, and anon they tell him of her." Today's Devotional Reading Mark 1:30 Very interesting is this little peep into the house of the Apostolic Fisherman. We see at once that household joys and cares are no hindrance to the full exercise of ministry, nay, that since they furnish an opportunity for personally witnessing the Lord's...

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Mission Devotional - September 1, 2017

"Thou shalt guide me with thy counsel, and afterward receive me to glory." Today's Devotional Reading Psalm 73:24 The Psalmist felt his need of divine guidance. He had just been discovering the foolishness of his own heart, and lest he should be constantly led astray by it, he resolved that God's counsel should henceforth guide him. A sense of our own folly is a great st...

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Mission Devotional - August 31, 2017

"On mine arm shall they trust." Today's Devotional Reading Isaiah 51:5 In seasons of severe trial, the Christian has nothing on earth that he can trust to, and is therefore compelled to cast himself on his God alone. When his vessel is on its beam-ends, and no human deliverance can avail, he must simply and entirely trust himself to the providence and care of God. Happy ...

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