“God’s Thoughts Of Peace And Our Expected End”

No matter what happens in our lives, God has thoughts of peace toward us. To understand more on how this is so, read this message by Charles Spurgeon. Be blessed and believe the promise in Jeremiah 29:11.

God’s Thoughts Of Peace And Our Expected End

 

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Working For God

“In all that we do, we should be aiming at God’s glory. We should do everything as unto God, and not unto men. There would be no eye-service if we left off being men-pleasers and began to please God. Neither would there be impatience under injustice; for if men do not accept our service when we have done it with all our hearts, we shall comfort ourselves with the reflection that our Master in heaven knows how little we deserve the unrighteous censure. To live as kings and priests unto God is the cream of living. Then will you be the Lord’s free men. Serve God in serving men, and serve men by serving God: there is a way of working out those two sentences even to the full, and thus rendering life sublime. May God the Holy Spirit teach us to do this. If we really live to serve God we shall live intensely day by day, allowing no time to waste. Sophie Cook sought Mr. Wesley’s counsel as to what she should do in life, and he answered, “Live to-day”: a very short direction, but one that is full of wisdom. “Live to-day,” and tomorrow you may do the same. Plans for the whole term of life many of you may not be able to construct, but mind that you work while it is called to-day. “Son, go work to-day in my vineyard” is the great Father’s word. How would a man live if he felt that he was specially to live for God this day? Suppose that to-day there was a vow upon you, or some other bond, by which you felt that this whole day was solemnly consecrated to the Lord; how would you behave yourself? So ought you to behave this day, and every day; for you belong wholly to him who loved you, and gave himself for you. Let the love of Christ constrain us in this matter: let us put on the yoke of Christ, and feel at once that we are his blood-bought possession, and his servants for ever, because by faith he has become ours and we are his. We ought to live as Christ’s men in every little as well as in every great matter; whether we eat or drink, or whatsoever we do, we should do all to the glory of God, giving thanks unto God and the Father by Christ Jesus. Thus, you see, faith in him who gave himself for us leads us to spend our energies in his service, and to do our ordinary work with an eye to his glory, and so our life is coloured and savoured by our faith in the Son of God.”

From Charles Spurgeon

God Is Our Strong Tower

“The Lord also will be a refuge for the oppressed, a refuge in times of trouble.” Psalms 9:9

It is reported of the Egyptians that, living in the fens, and being vexed with gnats, they used to sleep in high towers, whereby those creatures not being able to soar so high, they are delivered from the biting of them: so would it be with us when bitten with cares and fear, did we but run to God for refuge and rest confident of His help.

—John Trapp

From “The Treasury Of David”, by Charles H. Spurgeon (Abridged by David O. Fuller), pg. 42

“Away With Fear!”

We all have many fears but we don’t have to be slaves of them. Here’s a message by Charles Spurgeon on how our fears can be overcome. Be blessed and know that God cares very much for His people everywhere!

“Away With Fear!

If you haven’t accepted Jesus as your Lord and Savior, take time today to know Him in the Bible and talk to Him in prayer. You will see how good He is and how much He loves you.