Daily Archives: November 19, 2020

Evening’s With Charles Spurgeon ~ 11.19.20

Thursday, November 19, 2020 This Evening’s Meditation C. H. Spurgeon “O that I knew where I might find Him!” ~ Job 23:3 ~ In Job’s uttermost extremity he cried after the Lord. The longing desire of an afflicted child of God is once more to see his Father’s face. His first prayer is not “O that I might be healed… (more…)

#throwbackpoem: Seeking God First

to GOD be the GLORY ~ Seeking God First ~ By Deborah Ann When in the morning,when God you first seekask Him to make you strongin the places you are weak. Ask Him to reveal to you,what is His perfect willask Him to give you calmin the areas you aren’t still. Ask Him to shine His light,on the righteous wayask Him… (more…)

Faith’s Check Book ~ C.H. Spurgeon 11.19.20

Thursday, November 19, 2020 Faith’s Check Book, Daily Entry C. H. Spurgeon From Obedience to Blessing “From this day will I bless you.” ~ Haggai 2:19 ~ Future things are hidden from us. Yet here is a glass in which we may see the unborn years. The Lord says, “From this day will I bless you.” It is worthwhile to… (more…)

Today’s Poem: Father, How Can I Show My Gratitude

to GOD be the GLORY ~ Father, How Can I Show My Gratitude ~ By Deborah Ann Father, how can I show my gratitude,my gratefulness for all You’ve donehow can I show my thankfulnessfor the eternal gift of Your Son? What can I do to repay You,for the kindness You’ve shown mewhat can I give back to Youso my appreciation You… (more…)

Today’s Bible Verse 11.19.20

Psalm 1:1-2 Blessed is the manthat walketh not inthe counsel of the ungodly,nor standeth in the wayof sinners, nor sitteth in theseat of the scornful. But his delight is in the lawof the Lord; and in his lawdoth he meditate day and night. King James Version by Public Domain Hits: 1 Thank You For Visiting 305

Morning’s With Charles Spurgeon ~ 11.19.20

Thursday, November 19, 2020 This Morning’s Meditation C. H. Spurgeon “Avoid foolish questions.” ~ Titus 3:9 ~ Our days are few, and are far better spent in doing good, than in disputing over matters which are, at best, of minor importance. The old schoolmen did a world of mischief by their incessant discussion of subjects of no practical importance; and… (more…)

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