Thanksgiving: Duty, Delight, Dynamic

There is one great peril that is threatening the prosperity of the churches and the country, and that is the utter indifference to the mercies of God. How many people have really given Him the praise for His great mercies to us? Man has gobbled up for himself all the glory of every successive victory. There never was a time when it was so much the general habit of men to take all the blessings of God for granted. This spirit of independence cannot be persisted in long without provoking God to withdraw His mercies for the purpose of showing man what a helpless thing he is in himself.

"He Thanked God"

What Does The Bible Say?

Pastor M. H. Reynolds describes our need to be encouraged in the Lord, to keep pressing on in the battle, and to thank God in all things.

Acts 28:15

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Law and Grace: A Bible Contrast

In the study of the Holy Scriptures, as indeed in any other study, it is of paramount importance “to distinguish carefully between things that differ.” Unless this is done, untold darkness and confusion will result, where otherwise there would be perfect light and clarity. And untold darkness and confusion have arisen over the subjects of law and grace because God has set forth these two principles in obvious and striking contrast, and men have attempted to join together in confused and unholy wedlock that which God has determined shall be forever put asunder.

Advantages of Adversity

"Blessed be God... the God of all comfort; who comforteth us in all our tribulation, that we may be able to comfort them which are in any trouble, by the comfort wherewith we ourselves are comforted of God." (2 Corinthians 1:3, 4)

by Rev. Paul D. Friederichsen

Seven Questions Answered About the Coming of Christ

In the Old Testament many references mention Christ's coming in glory. Even before the flood Enoch prophesied about His coming with ten thousands of His holy ones (Jude 14). But concerning the coming of Christ for His church which is His body nothing is written in the Old Testament because it was a mystery. The Spirit of God revealed it to the apostles, mainly and most fully to Paul as seen in his thirteen letters. Before the foundation of the world God made His great plan for the church, but He kept it secret until the present age.

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