Monthly Archives: September 2010

Still, My Soul Be Still

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God’s Freedom — From Romans 9

Thabite Anabwile on God’s freedom from Romans 9…

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Fill my life with praise…

Another hymn from Horatius Bonar (that last of this series): Fill Thou my life, O Lord my God, In every part with praise, That my whole being may proclaim Thy being and Thy ways. Not for the lip of praise … Continue reading

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Not what my hands have done

A hymn written by Horatius Bonar: Not what my hands have done can save my guilty soul; Not what my toiling flesh has borne can make my spirit whole. Not what I feel or do can give me peace with … Continue reading

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What is the preeminent totalitarian threat of our time?

I am going to veer off the normal course of topics posted here… From the Center for Security Policy, read how Islamic Shariah law, according to a group of top security policy experts, is the preeminent threat of our time.  … Continue reading

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Who was Horatius Bonar?

Horatius Bonar was born in Edinburgh on December 19th, 1808. He was one of seven boys, three of which entered upon gospel ministry (John James, Horatius, and Andrew) in their early years. He was ordained a minister in the Church … Continue reading

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What work has God bidden in order to obtain salvation?

“Have I then no work to work in this great matter of my pardon? None. What work canst thou work? What work of thine can buy forgiveness or make thee fit for the Divine favour? What work has God bidden … Continue reading

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