Monthly Archives: August 2012

Words without Experience

“As soon as the Gospels were written, speech without experience began to dabble with the new facts proposed by the existence of the Church…People tried to think the new life without being touched by it first in some form of … Continue reading

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Hiding, not Lost

“Seeking God is not looking for Him as though He were lost, but showing a determination to be with Him where He is to be found.” J. Alec Motyer

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Wesley looks outward

“Choose Christ and his way and you are blessed forever; refuse and you are undone forever. And then, turn either to the right-hand or to the left; lay both parts before you, with every link of each; Christ with his … Continue reading

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Wesley looks inward

“O blessed Jesus, I come to you hungry, wretched, miserable, blind, and naked; a most loathsome, polluted wretch, a guilty, condemned malefactor, unworthy to wash the feet of the Servants of my Lord, much more to be solemnly married to … Continue reading

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