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Meditations on God’s Marvelous and Free Grace

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The notion of free-grace may make persons dissolute, but a sense of it restrains from sin. The goodness of God respects our emptiness, the grace of God our sinfulness, and the mercy of God our unworthiness. What sin is there which grace cannot pardon? What heart if there that grace cannot soften? What soul is there that grace cannot save? All grace flows from Christ united to the soul, as all life flows from the soul united to the body. the more God’s justice was declared toward His Son, the more was His mercy towards the sinner. God...

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Praise and Prayer — F. B. Meyer

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PRAISE AND PRAYER “Praise waiteth for Thee, O God, in Zion; and unto Thee shall the vow be performed. O Thou that hearest prayer, unto Thee shall all flesh come.”– Psa_65:1-2. WHAT RAPTURES there is here! It reminds one of a lark at dawn filling regions of air with music which threatens to rend its tiny throat. The Psalmist is in fellowship with God. He is enjoying his prayer and praise so much that it seemed to him as though all flesh must wake up to enjoy it also. His iniquities and transgressions are purged away. He feels...

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The Hiding Place–by John Andre

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John André was a British Army officer hanged as a spy by the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War for assisting Benedict Arnold’s attempted surrender of the fort at West Point, New York to the British. This poem of God’s Amazing Grace was found in the breast pocket of Brother Andre at his death. ************************************************* Gen. 3:15; Deut. .7;7; John 1: 1ff; 8:36; Exodus 33:7-23 Hail sovereign love which first began This scheme to rescue fallen man! Hail sovereign, free, eternal grace Which...

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Lift them up Forever Psalm 28:9

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God’s people need lifting up. They are very heavy by nature. They have no wings, or, if they have, they are like the dove of old which lay among the pots; and they need divine grace to make them mount on wings covered with silver, and with feathers of yellow gold. By nature sparks fly upward, but the sinful souls of men fall downward. O Lord, “lift them up forever!” David himself said, “Unto Thee, O God, do I lift up my soul,” and he here feels the necessity that other men’s souls should be lifted up as...

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