James Smith, I sometimes meet with people, who cannot, or will not, distinguish between God’s work — and man’s work. In the economy of grace there are both, God works in us — and we work out our own salvation. There ...

by David Jeremiah A chameleon’s skin changes color and patterns — sometimes blending in with its surroundings — as a response to temperature, light, and mood. When the temperature rises or falls, the chameleon changes color. When light decreases or increases, ...

by Leonard Ravenhill   In a certain sense, all men are strangers to one another. Even friends do not really know each other. To know a man, one must know all the influences of heredity and environment, as well as his countless ...

by Archibald Alexander
    “The disciples were first called Christians in Antioch.” (Acts 11:26)   A disciple is a learner, but a learner supposes a teacher. In reality, the visible church is only a school, where Christ is the great teacher. The word of ...