Tag Archives: Robert Murray McCheyne

Is God a Stranger In the Land?

In most parts of our land, it is to be feared that God is a stranger, and like a wayfaring man who turns aside to tarry for a night. What are the reasons why God is such a stranger in this land? Continue reading

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The Storm Rages On

I long to walk in the radiance of the glory of God, to see new growth in the life on the vine. I want to live a life that delights my creator… And yet, the old man in me simply won’t die. Continue reading

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The Improvement of Trouble

God knows you cannot love trouble. Yet for the blessings that it brings, He can make you pray for it. Continue reading

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Take Care of Yourself

It is not great talents God blesses so much as likeness to Jesus. R.M. M’Cheyne Continue reading

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The Barren Fig-tree

In preparing for this Sunday’s sermon on John 15:1-11, I stumbled upon yet another poem from Robert Murray McCheyne that I thought worth sharing. Within a vineyard’s sunny bound An ample fig-tree shelter found, Enjoying sun and showers— The boughs … Continue reading

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Jehovah Tsidkenu

A poem from Robert Murray McCheyne Continue reading

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