1 Chronicles 29:1-9.
“With bowed heads and open hearts we may offer ourselves. We can do no more and we dare do no less.”
It is a great privilege to be able to do anything for God. There is not an angel in Heaven who won’t show
1 Chronicles 16:7-36
This chapter throbs with vital teaching. The song of praise and thanksgiving comes after the Ark of God has found its rightful place “in the midst of the tent that David had pitched for it and after sacrifices had been offered unto God
1 Chronicles 12:16-18.
The “love of Christ” is the mightiest motive power that ever touched a human soul, in constraining to self-sacrifice for the good of others. The true Christian is not a self-centered mystic, but a Christ-centered evangelist. He is not only a consumer of
2 Chronicles 30:1-12
1. A Call to Repentance
A man may rend his garments and turn to idols, but those whose hearts have been rent will turn to God (Joel 2:13). Repentance is needed, for all have gone astray. God has commanded all men everywhere to repent
There was a Personal Consecration.
Begin by getting yourself put right in the eyes of the Lord. It is one thing to pray for a revival, it is quite another to yield ourselves definitely to God, so that His will and work may be
2 Chronicles 19, 20
Although Jehoshaphat, through his like-mindedness with Ahab, fell into the mire, we do not find him wallowing in it. He must have been deeply ashamed on his return to Jerusalem, when Jehu, the son of the seer, met him with that sharp