I have said to my daughter, “In this house, we serve the Lord.” When I say it, I refer to the disposition of our home, whom we honor within its walls.
The sins and evils here, the mysterious woods—I know this all must end with His glory and finally serve it.
Jude’s letter is emphatic that Jesus Christ is our only Savior, a teaching all the more pronounced through Jude’s litany of the sorrowfully condemned.
Anguish and confidence met to form sonorous, singing agreement: our God in heaven is sovereign.
Only knowing I am nothing can I see that He upholds my spirit when I fall—preserving me to the end
The beauty of each one’s service flowed from a humble love for the truth.
A Christian’s confidence in fear is that God does exist as One who, of his own incomprehensible decision and grace, rewards those who seek him
Can you be content to mirror many other days after today’s strains?
It’s easier to disengage altogether in the places we could engage well.
When we delight in You and want You, You never fail to give us what we want.