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The fruit of
the Spirit is patience, kindness
LORD, the LORD God,
compassionate and gracious, slow to anger, and abounding in lovingkindness
and truth. -- Walk in a manner worthy of the calling with which you have
been called, with all humility and gentleness, with patience, showing
forbearance to one another in love --Be kind to one another, tender-hearted,
forgiving each other, just as God in Christ also has forgiven you.--The
wisdom from above is first pure, then peaceable, gentle, reasonable, full of
mercy and good fruits, unwavering, without hypocrisy.-- Love is patient,
love is kind
In due time we shall
reap if we do not grow weary --Be patient, therefore, brethren, until the
coming of the Lord. Behold, the farmer waits for the precious produce of the
soil, being patient about it, until it gets the early and late rains. You
too be patient; strengthen your hearts, for the coming of the Lord is at
Gal 5.22. Ex. 34.6. Ep. 4.1,
Ep. 4.32.--Jas 3.17.--1Co13.4.
Ga. 6.9.--Jas 5.7, 8.
WILL God indeed dwell
with mankind on the earth? Behold, heaven and the highest heaven cannot
contain Thee.--The Word became flesh, and dwelt among us, and we beheld His
glory, glory as of the only begotten from the Father, full of grace and
truth .--Great is the mystery of godliness: He who was revealed in the
flesh. -- God in these last days has spoken to us in His Son, whom He
appointed heir of all things, through whom also He made the world.
The first day of the
week, and when the doors were shut where the disciples were...Jesus came and
stood in their midst, The disciples therefore rejoiced when they saw the
Lord. After eight days again His disciples were inside, and Thomas with
them. Jesus came^, the doors having been shut, and stood in their midst, and
said, "Peace be with you. Then He said to Thomas, Reach here your
finger, and see My hands; and reach here your hand, and put it into My side;
and be not unbelieving, but believing.". Thomas said My Lord and my
God.--Unto us a son is given: the mighty God
Mt 1.23. 2Ch 6.18.--Jn
1Ti 3.16. Heb 1.2. Jn 20.19,20, 26, 27, 28- Is 9.6
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by F. B. Meyer
"Have not I commanded Thee! Be
strong and of a good courage: be not afraid, neither be thou dismayed: for
the Lord thy God is with thee whithersoever thou goest."--
IT WAS a host of young men and women that stood on
the verge of Jordan, waiting the signal to enter the Promised Land. God
had said that He would give them every place upon which the sole of their
foot should tread (Jos1:3).
What an incentive this was for pressing on! Every time an Israelite put
his foot forward on the territory of Canaan, he realized that piece of
land would come into the possession of his people.
There is a counterpart of this in
our own experience. We must learn to put down our foot upon the
Promises of God's Word, and say: "These are mine by right,
and shall be mine in actual enjoyment." In General Gordon's
journal, he tells us that often before he reached some strange or hostile
tribe, it seemed as though they had been given to his faith and subdued
before he reached them. In combating your spiritual foes, dare to believe
that God has given them into your hand, and go forward assured that not
one of them shall stand before you. This is a blessed promise: "There
shall not any man be able to stand before thee all the days of thy life: I
will be with thee: I will not fail thee, nor forsake thee" (Jos1:5).
It does not matter how fierce the tempter, how often you have failed, how
inveterate the bad habits, if you will dare to believe that God is with
you, not one of all the band of besetting sins shall be able to stand
before you. God cannot fail, and will not forsake; be strong, and go
The one thing that God asks of all
of us is that we should obey up to the hilt.
Here are our marching orders, and
we must keep them well before us:
(1) We must meditate upon the
Scripture day and night; it must not depart from our heart or mouth.
(2) We must be strong even when
obedience seems impossible, and when all influences are brought to bear to
weaken our resolution, we must still dare to obey the voice of God.
And as we advance we shall find that the dreaded forms of opposition are
but shadows; when they are touched with the spear-point of faith, they
will divide and we shall pursue our way.
Before we enter upon our work and
warfare, wilt Thou graciously equip us with the armour of light, that we
may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil. May we hear Thee
saying: Fear not, I am
with thee, I will help thee.
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from the Puritan's
VALLEY OF VISION
by C H Spurgeon
(Read C H Spurgeon's testimony
- It is miraculous as is EVERY testimony of the new birth)
bread upon the waters: for thou shalt find it after many days"
We must not expect to see an immediate reward for all the good we do; nor
must we always confine our efforts to places and persons which seem likely
to yield us a recompense for our labors. The Egyptian casts his seed upon
the waters of the Nile, where it might seem a sheer waste of corn. But in
due time the flood subsides, the rice or other grain sinks into the
fertile mud, and rapidly a harvest is produced. Let us today do good to
the unthankful and the evil. Let us teach the careless and the obstinate.
Unlikely waters may cover hopeful soil. Nowhere shall our labor be in vain
in the LORD. It is ours to cast our bread upon the waters; it remains with
God to fulfill the promise "Thou shalt find it." He will not let His
promise fail. His good word which we have spoken shall live, shall be
found, shall be found by us, Perhaps not just yet, but some day we shall
reap what we have sown. We must exercise our patience, or perhaps the LORD
may exercise it. "After many days," says the Scripture, and in many
instances those days run into months and years, and yet the Word stands
true. God's promise will keep; let us mind that we keep the precept and
keep it this day.
MORNING AND EVENING
"The evening and the morning were the first day."
Was it so even in the beginning? Did light and darkness divide the
realm of time in the first day? Then little wonder is it if I have
also changes in my circumstances from the sunshine of prosperity
to the midnight of adversity. It will not always be the blaze of
noon even in my soul concerns, I must expect at seasons to mourn
the absence of my former joys, and seek my Beloved in the night.
Nor am I alone in this, for all the Lord's beloved ones have had
to sing the mingled song of judgment and of mercy, of trial and
deliverance, of mourning and of delight. It is one of the
arrangements of Divine providence that day and night shall not
cease either in the spiritual or natural creation till we reach
the land of which it is written, "there is no night there." What
our heavenly Father ordains is wise and good.
What, then, my soul, is it best for thee to do? Learn first to be
content with this divine order, and be willing, with Job, to
receive evil from the hand of the Lord as well as good. Study
next, to make the outgoings of the morning and the evening to
rejoice. Praise the Lord for the sun of joy when it rises, and for
the gloom of evening as it falls. There is beauty both in sunrise
and sunset; sing of it, and glorify the Lord. Like the
nightingale, pour forth thy notes at all hours. Believe that the
night is as useful as the day. The dews of grace fall heavily in
the night of sorrow. The stars of promise shine forth gloriously
amid the darkness of grief. Continue thy service under all
changes. If in the day thy watchword be labour, at night exchange
it for watch. Every hour has its duty, do thou continue in thy
calling as the Lord's servant until he shall suddenly appear in
his glory. My soul, thine evening of old age and death is drawing
near; dread it not, for it is part of the day; and the Lord has
said, "I will cover him all the day long."
"He will make her wilderness like Eden."
Methinks, I see in vision a howling wilderness, a great and
terrible desert, like to the Sahara. I perceive nothing in it to
relieve the eye, all around I am wearied with a vision of hot and
arid sand, strewn with ten thousand bleaching skeletons of
wretched men who have expired in anguish, having lost their way in
the pitiless waste. What an appalling sight! How horrible! a sea
of sand without a bound, and without an oasis, a cheerless
graveyard for a race forlorn! But behold and wonder! Upon a
sudden, upspringing from the scorching sand I see a plant of
renown; and as it grows it buds, the bud expands--it is a rose,
and at its side a lily bows its modest head; and, miracle of
miracles! as the fragrance of those flowers is diffused the
wilderness is transformed into a fruitful field, and all around it
blossoms exceedingly, the glory of Lebanon is given unto it, the
excellency of Carmel and Sharon. Call it not Sahara, call it
Paradise. Speak not of it any longer as the valley of deathshade,
for where the skeletons lay bleaching in the sun, behold a
resurrection is proclaimed, and up spring the dead, a mighty army,
full of life immortal. Jesus is that plant of renown, and his
presence makes all things new. Nor is the wonder less in each
individual's salvation. Yonder I behold you, dear reader, cast
out, an infant, unswathed, unwashed, defiled with your own blood,
left to be food for beasts of prey. But lo, a jewel has been
thrown into your bosom by a divine hand, and for its sake you have
been pitied and tended by divine providence, you are washed and
cleansed from your defilement, you are adopted into heaven's
family, the fair seal of love is upon your forehead, and the ring
of faithfulness is on your hand--you are now a prince unto God,
though once an orphan, cast away. O prize exceedingly the
matchless power and grace which changes deserts into gardens, and
makes the barren heart to sing for joy.
J H JOWETT
THE BEAUTY OF VARIETY
1Corinthians 12:20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31
GOD’S glory is expressed through the harmony of variety. We do not need
sameness in order to gain union. I am now looking upon a scene of
surpassing loveliness. There are mountains, and sea, and grassland, and
trees, and a wide-stretching sky, and white pebbles at my feet. And a
white bird has just flown across a little bank of dark cloud. What
variety! And when I look closer the variety is infinitely multiplied.
Everything blends into everything else. Nothing is out of place.
Everything contributes to finished power and loveliness. And so it is in
the grander sphere of human life. The glory of humanity is born of the
glory of individuals, each one making his own distinctive contribution.
And thus we have need of one another. Every note in the organ is needed
for the full expression of noble harmony. Every instrument in the
orchestra is required unless the music is to be lame and broken. God has
endowed no two souls alike, and every soul is needed to make the music of
“the realm of the blest.”
Jonathan spoke well of David to Saul his father and said to him,
"Let not the king do wrong to his servant David; he has not
wronged you, and what he has done has benefited you greatly." 1
One quality of true friendship, is the loyalty which speaks out
for one's friend in his absence, when derogatory things are said
of him. In few ways is human infirmity shown in worse light—than
in the too common willingness to hear evil things even of one's
friends. We must confess that there is something evil in a great
deal of human nature—which delights in learning of faults,
mistakes, or lapses in others. At least we must admit that there
is a strong tendency in this direction.
But we ought to set the world the example of a friendship free
from such malign weakness. We ought to refuse to believe evil of
our friend, or even to listen to whispers or insinuations against
him. Instead of being delighted at hearing injurious things about
him, hints of wrong-doing in him, or of flaws in his character,
such things should grieve us. The law of Christian love requires
us to defend the character of our friend—as we would our own
character. We are our brother's keeper.
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= command to make this privilege our practice enabled to
do so by the Holy Spirit!) for
yourselves treasure in heaven (cp Mt 6:20-note,
1Th 2:19, 20-note,
Lk 10:2, Col 4:2,3-note,
2Th 3:1, Rev 7:9-note)
We will do much of what we do on earth in heaven, but
one thing we cannot do is share the Gospel and intercede
for souls to be saved. Beloved, let this sobering truth
cause us to
redeem the time,
making the most of the opportunities we have today to
intercede for these innumerable souls who have never
heard the Gospel or the Name of Jesus.
Pray for the unreached people groups.
Global Prayer Digest
Unreached People Group of the Day.
(1) GLOBAL PRAYER DIGEST
June 1 -
Wolof People in Los Angeles
“For a genuine taste of Senegal,” the advertisement declares, “you
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best of one of the world’s most vibrant cuisines right here in Los
It’s not just the food of Senegal that is coming to America. The
people are too! It is now estimated that at least 300 Wolof people
live in the Greater Los Angeles Area.
In L.A. the Wolof are seen not so much as immigrants or even
people from West Africa, but as talented actors, actresses,
athletes, models, musicians, students, and business owners. God
views them as precious people created in His image, people with
whom He wants to be in relationship with. We view them as people
in need of the gospel.
A mission strategy statement might say, “For a genuine opportunity
to share the good news of Christ with the Wolof people, you can
meet and interact with some of the world’s most unreached people
right in Los Angeles.”
Learn more at joshuaproject.net
Pray for churches and mission agencies to realize and seize the
chance to take God’s Word and love to the Wolof in and around Los
Angeles. Pray for the hearts of the Wolof people to be open to the
truth of Christ. Ask God to establish His Kingdom among them and
use the Wolof who reside in L.A. as missionaries to their families
in West Africa.
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but not to
replace your time in the pure milk of the Word -- for that
is the primary source for spiritual growth -- Never read
the devotionals and fail to read the living and active
Word of Truth and Life (1Peter 2:2 = "by it [pure Word]
you grow in respect to salvation," Mt 4:4, Jer 15:16)
Henry Alford's acclaimed
NT Commentary (Mt-Rev indexed by chapter, English and Greek
Need some encouragement to be an encourager? Study the great
Greek verb Parakaleo - call alongside to help!
Should professing Christians "Test themselves" to see if
they are in the faith? See commentary on 2Corinthians 13:5
Christians living with a sense of imminency and urgency
redeeming the time in the work
the Lord! Read, memorize, meditate on, and be
motivated by 1Corinthians 15:58 - see commentary
Isaiah 6 Commentary - I Saw the
After a year of teaching
& writing on Daniel the Commentary is finished! Hallelujah!
Daniel 11 Commentary(1)
-- Da 11:1-19
Daniel 11 Commentary(2)
-- Da 11:20-45
Daniel 12 Commentary
Daniel Commentary - links
to every chapter and verse
Daniel 10 Commentary - Preface for a Prophecy of the Last
Revisions on -
Daniel 9:24 Commentary
Daniel 9:25 Commentary
Daniel 9:26 Commentary
Daniel 9:27 Commentary
Daniel 9 Commentary (Part 1) - A Great
Pattern for Prayer for a Nation in Need of Deliverance!
A "sampling" of the fruit
one can glean from Inductive Bible Study
Daniel 8 Commentary
New Testament Resources Updated -
100's of new resources
Bengel's Gnomon of the NT, Joseph
Parker (>1000 pages on Matthew), et al.
What are you clinging to? See study of the picturesque
What does it mean to be a diakonos
in the NT?
Word Study on Greek Verb Kaleo = to call - and its
John 19:30 Commentary - some
overlap with discussion "It is Finished" below
is finished" (Jn 19:30)
of the incredible picture of our Savior's cry of Victory
which secured our Victory over
Revised study on
Gk for Grace - Why is it so "amazing?"
What is Sin? - A Short Study of the Greek Word Hamartia
2 Corinthians 5:17
Commentary - A New Creature in Christ
What Does It Mean to Be "In Christ"?
What Does the Bible say about the
"World" aka the "Kosmos"?
Proverbs 29:18 Comments on a Commonly Misinterpreted Verse -
"Where there is no vision the people perish"
Judges Commentaries - Updated with many additions
Topical Discussion: The Deceitfulness of
Sermons by Charles Simeon - Hebrews, 1Peter,
If you are not
familiar with the great saint Charles Simeon see Dr
John Piper's discussion of Simeon's life - you will want to
read Simeon's sermons after meeting him! - click
Brothers We Must Not Mind a Little Suffering (Mp3
The name of God is
Adonai - My Lord, My Master
Isaiah 5 Commentary -
"Parable" of the Vineyard
Integrity - A Few Thoughts
Daniel 1 Commentary
Daniel 2 Commentary
-- Daniel 2:1-23
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Daniel 3 Commentary
Daniel 4 Commentary
Daniel 5 Commentary
Daniel 6 Commentary
Daniel 7 Commentary
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Daniel 7 Commentary
Jesus Teaches on the Principle of Prophetic "Time Gaps"
The Judgment Seat of
Christ - How to live with a "Bema Seat" Mentality
(Commentary on 2Corinthians 5:10)
Goel - Our Kinsman
Redeemer - In Shadow (Type) & Substance
Avenger - Avenges Man's "Murder", Reclaims Title Deed of
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John 3:30 Commentary "He
must increase, but I must decrease"
Memory Verses by Topic -
memorize so you can fight the good fight
(Mt 4:4, Job 23:12-note)
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Beginning to see signs of
"spiritual burnout"? - Study the concept of "Rest" in the
Old Testament Passages in
#1 problem in churches in
bitterness - see
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in Col 3:13,
Forgiveness in Mt 6:12;
Forgiveness" in Eph 4:32
Isaiah 4:2-6 The Branch of Jehovah
Galatians 6:14 In What Do You Boast?
1 Corinthians 6:18;
1 Corinthians 6:19;
1 Corinthians 6:20
= Greek word for the World
- In Depth Word Study
- a difficult passage to interpret
- God gives grace to the humble
Commentary 2Corinthians 12:9,
12:10 His grace made perfect in our
Isaiah 40:31 - How to "Fly Like An Eagle"
Isaiah Verse by Verse Commentary - Isaiah 1-3 are
Jehovah Shammah - The LORD is There
A Brief Excursus on Idolatry and Immorality
Philippians 4:13 - completely revised - I
can do all things through Him...
David and Goliath -revised/updated
- Ecclesiastes Resources
Isaiah Commentary - Isaiah 1:1 - just beginning (long
James 1:1-25 Commentary
1Corinthians 10:13 No Temptation or Test Too Great -
Commentary on Proverbs 5:1-14; 5:15-23;
Proverbs 4:23 Commentary - Guard Your Heart
Daniel 9:24-27 Commentary on the Greatest
Timeline of Daniel's Seventieth Week Updated
1Corinthians 13:4-7 Commentary - Christian Love
2Corinthians 10:3-5 Commentary - Taking Every Thought
2Corinthians 7:1 Commentary Perfecting Holiness
James 2:14-26 Commentary - Faith and Works
Psalm 1 Commentary
Job 23:12 the "Secret" of his
Table comparing the Rapture and the
Ezra 7:10 Principle - "secret" of Spirit
empowered, God Glorifying Preaching
Romans 6:11 The Believer's Emancipation
Proclamation - Updated
Suffering and trials 1Peter 1:6;
Commentary on Proverbs 13:13
Galatians 5:16-26 - in depth commentary - What does it
means to Walk by the Spirit?
Do you know Him as your El Shaddai - God
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Nothing from God
1 Timothy 4:7-11
Commentary on Ruth
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The Incredible Prophecy
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Restore us, O God of our
salvation, and cause Your indignation toward us to cease. Will You
be angry with us forever? Will You prolong Your anger to all
generations? Will You not Yourself revive us again, that Your
people may rejoice in You? Show us Your lovingkindness, O LORD,
and grant us Your salvation.
O God, restore us And cause
Your face to shine upon us, and we will be saved. O LORD God of
hosts, How long will You be angry with the prayer of Your people?
Bryon Paulus, director
of Life Action Ministries, has said our greatest obstacle for
revival is failure to pray, to plead, to intercede, to cry out.
Leonard Ravenhill summed it up...
doesn't need to pray. The self-sufficient doesn't want to
self-righteous cannot pray!
Paulus commented: "Those three
principles apply to revival: We are so self-satisfied that
we don't want revival, so
self-sufficient that we think we don't need revival, and so
self-righteous that we can't have revival." (Ouch!)
Consider joining with other
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May God Grant Us
While we still have time!
God addressed Israel
in the following famous passage but the timeless principle is
apropos to believers in America ...
If I shut up the heavens so
that there is no rain, or if I command the locust to devour the
land, or if I send pestilence among My people,
and My people who are called by My name humble themselves
and pray, and seek My face and turn from
their wicked ways,
then I will hear
from heaven, will forgive their sin, and will heal
their land. (2Chr 7:13, 14)
J. Barton Payne writes that
"This great verse, the best known in all Chronicles, expresses as
does no other in Scripture God’s requirement for national
blessing, whether in Solomon’s land, in Ezra’s, or in our own.
Those who believe must forsake their sins, turn from the life that
is centered in self, and yield to God’s word and will. Then, and
only then, will heaven send revival."
May God grant His children
grace to plead for a Spirit driven, God glorifying, Word centered,
Christ exalting revival of the Body of Christ in America.
First of all, then, I urge that
entreaties and prayers, petitions and thanksgivings, be made on
behalf of all men, for kings and all who are in authority, in
order that we may lead a tranquil and quiet life in all godliness
and dignity. (1Ti 2:1,2)
Our Heavenly Father
desires to hear His children cry out with "fasting, sackcloth and
ashes" (Da 9:3), reflecting not the external appearance of our
bodies, but more accurately the internal condition of our hearts -
sinful (Da 9:5 - "we" not "they"!), rejecting His Holy Word
(Da 9:6-"we"), shameful (Da 9:8-"us"), contrite, and
broken (Ps 51:17), over our national rejection of God's righteous
and holy Name...
Daniel's prayer (Da 9:3,
4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19) is an
excellent "template" for all saints to emulate as we begin to
intercede with a sense of urgency for
America and especially for God's Name and reputation considering
that the world thinks of us as a "Christian nation" and we once
called ourselves "One Nation Under God"!
Matthew Henry's comments
on Lev 26:40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46 (directed first to Israel but
applicable to any nation that rejects Him)
Among the Israelites, persons
were not always prosperous or afflicted according to their
obedience or disobedience. But national prosperity was the
effect of national obedience, and national judgments
were brought on by national wickedness. Israel was under a
National wickedness will end
in the ruin of any people,
especially where the Word of God and the light of the Gospel are
Sooner or later, sin will be
the ruin, as well as the reproach, of every people.
Oh that, being humbled for
we might avert the rising storm before it bursts upon us!
(Note: Henry's comments
were published in 1706 and national revival, the
First Great Awakening,
occurred in the 1730's and 1740's! Brethren, there is hope because
there is a "God of hope"! Ro 15:13)
God grant that we may, in this
consider the things which belong to our eternal peace.
Righteousness exalts a
But sin is a disgrace to any people.
My (Our) soul cleaves
to the dust;
according to Thy word.
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