My Utmost For His Highest: Will I Bring Myself Up To This Level?

A Christian is submissive to the cleansing work of Jesus. All the Lightbearer wants more than anything is for people to see the Good King dwelling in his/her soul.

http://utmost.org/will-i-bring-myself-up-to-this-level/

Our Father Cares: Sorrow With Hope

Losing someone you love is a very painful experience. Jesus sees your tears and understands your grief. He promises us that one day we will see our loved ones again. As you read the devotional below thank God that He can heal your broken heart and that He will see you through until you reach the beautiful Kingdom of Heaven, where there will be no sad farewells or tear stained eyes.

http://www.whiteestate.org/devotional/ofc/03_16.asp

My Utmost For His Highest: The Servant’s Primary Goal

The primary goal of a Christian is to please God. As you read the devotional below consider the question it gives at the end: “Is my primary goal in life to please Him and to be acceptable to Him, or is it something less, no matter how lofty it may sound?

http://utmost.org/the-servant%E2%80%99s-primary-goal/

For Great is Your Reward in Heaven

He Hath Said

If they persecuted Me, they will also persecute you. -John 15:20

“I cannot stand it any longer; I have been persecuted and ill-treated, because I love Christ; I am mocked, and laughed at, and despised: I try to bear it, but I really cannot. A man will be a man; tread upon a worm and he will turn upon you; my patience altogether fails me; I am in such a peculiar position that it is of no use to advise me to have patience, for patience I cannot have; my enemies are slandering me, and I do not know what to do.”

What shall we say to that poor man? How shall we give him patience? What shall we preach to him? You have heard what he has to say about himself. How shall we comfort him under this great trial? If we suffered the same, what should we wish…

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