Monthly Archives: April 2014

A Sad That Won’t Go Away

The beauty of that line of Hebrew poetry came afresh today.  The thickest of the cloud storm would be just where He is passing.  We see the dust now.  We shall see His Footprints when He has passed along the … Continue reading

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Immune to Amazement

“The death of the Cross” – death’s triumph hour – that was the point where God’s gate opened; and to that gate we come again and again, as our lives unfold, and through it pass even on earth to our … Continue reading

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Arms Outstretched

“The last magic lantern picture of Monday night at Relizane still abides in blessing.  It was a picture of the Lord on the Cross. . .  In the dim light the Cross was obliterated and only the two arms outstretched … Continue reading

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A Brush in the Hand of God

  See in these wild iris-pods how the last tiny threads must be broken, and with that loosing, all that they have is free for God’s use in His world around.  All reluctance, all calculating, all ‘holding in’ is gone; … Continue reading

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