Tag Archives: R. M. M’Cheyne

Encouragement from Old Letters

“Cleave to the Lord,”—not to man, but to the Lord. Continue reading

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I Am Debtor

Teach me, Lord, on earth to show, By my love, how much I owe.
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Fasting From Communion with God

God sets before us in His Word a smorgasbord of all the most soul-satisfying, life-giving truth that our hearts hunger for, and we ask for the “weight-watchers” menu. Continue reading

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Nevertheless…

What legacy are you leaving the next generation? Continue reading

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Satisfied in Jesus

We scramble around in a maddening rush trying to find that one thing to make us happy, satisfied, content in life – all the while Jesus offers the bread of life, the living water. Continue reading

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I Am Debtor

Chosen not for good in me, Wakened up from wrath to flee, Hidden in the Saviour’s side, By the Spirit sanctified, Teach me, Lord, on earth to show, By my love, how much I owe. Continue reading

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Thy Word is a Lamp Unto My Feet and A Light Unto My Path

Yet still, in whatsoever form Death comes to me O grant me in thy Word to see A risen Saviour beckoning me.
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