Tag Archives: Richard Foster

Making God Visible

“It was good to turn our backs on the long French streets and plunge down among the crowds, first through a street thronged with Jews, then a little bit up again through the native quarter, and then down the flight … Continue reading

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The Poetry of God’s Ways

All that outworking of His Grace has come so silently – “not with observation” – like His work in all growth around – so that one can hardly tell when or how the expansion has come.   9 March 23 “All that … Continue reading

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Lesson of the Crab

“I had a beautiful day alone at Pescade, in a fresh little cave that we had never found before.  My sermon was from a little crab perched on a rock below, which matched his light-brown shell exactly.  He was just as alive and just … Continue reading

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Is Not Jesus Enough?

  “The thought of Christ’s intercession has taken on a new preciousness these last days.  I was reading how God had given a wonderful gift of prayer to two friends.  They would fight through together till His answer came over … Continue reading

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Sing!

“I have been finding a great blessedness in these last few months in definitely obeying the command ‘Let them sing aloud upon their God!’ – I remembered Pearsall Smith half a lifetime ago, saying in a meeting – at the first … Continue reading

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