Tag Archives: C.S.Lewis

Bound & Yet Unbound!

“The milky looking glacier spoke with God’s voice this morning – so obedient to its course in its narrow bed, – yet just – tossing with freedom & swing in every motion – such a picture of the rivers “of living … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Family

“The marvellous promise has been much to me these last days – the power given into the hands of the Church, even when it is represented by the smallest corporate capacity of ‘two’ for moving the unseen, ‘binding’ the forces … Continue reading

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The Glory of His Gladness

 “Yes, life is the uppermost – resurrection life, radiant and joyful and strong – for we represent down here Him who liveth and was dead and is alive forevermore. , ,   Oh let us not dim it by a shadow of morbidness or … Continue reading

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Lesson of the Buttercup

Have we learned the buttercup’s lesson yet?  Are our hands off the very blossom of our life?  Are all things – even the treasures that He has sanctified – held loosely, ready to be parted with, without a struggle, when … Continue reading

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Look At Jesus

“Today’s story is a very pretty one. The little pickle Melha went right up to her nearly blind father and pointed to one of the pictures on the wall – one of the Lord calling a little child to Him … Continue reading

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