To Feed a Hungry World
Counting the Cost
In seeking to follow Christ, how vital it is for us to keep in mind that complete surrender and entire submission are needed in order for the refining influence of God’s grace to change our natural disposition to reflect Heaven’s light.
To Feed a Hungry World
Many around us are starving for something real that actually works! The kingdom of God has power to make a visible change in life, providing believers in Christ with true freedom from the plague of guilt and sin.
“Thus Saith the Lord”
We are duty-bound to know what has been written for us in God’s word. We need not only to study it prayerfully—but earnestly seek to understand, obey, and practice it under the guidance of the Holy Spirit.
A Timely Message From the Pen of Ellen G. White
A great work is to be done in this world in a short time. In this probationary hour we are to obtain thorough transformation of character, humbling ourselves as servants of the Most High, eager to do His bidding. Now is the time to inquire, “Lord, what would Thou have me to do?”
Preparing for the Latter RainPart 2 of 2
The long-sought refreshing is to be poured out upon ready vessels fit for the Master’s use—those with the seal of the living God in their foreheads, without guile in their mouths, faithful overcomers who abide in Christ and are actively laboring for others.
Love for our heavenly Father should motivate us to invest in a quality relationship with Christ in public worship, family worship, secret prayer—and above all, to be seeking Him with our whole heart, laying aside all that would hinder or distract us from sweet communion with Him.
The Dignity of MotherhoodPart 2 of 2
What a profoundly blessed privilege it is to nurture the next generation! Our every talent and ounce of perseverance should be put into kindly building up a noble, virtuous, steadfast character in our children.
A God Who Never Gives Up
In reading this testimony of a soul delivered from an atmosphere of atheism, we see the tender drawing of a long-suffering Saviour who cares about each one of us with an indescribable, unconditional love found nowhere else on earth.
Toys or Time—Which?
Human nature tends to like new toys, new things. It starts when we’re children and continues when we’re grown. But objects don’t produce real joy; it’s the working and playing together with our children that they will really remember and cherish.