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“This is the victory that overcometh the world, even our faith” —1 John 5:4 A great struggle for national life is on. In belligerent days, if we are not careful, our tendency will be to fight our way, and forget that we have one who has already won the victory. It is ours but to believe that He has already conquered all our foes. How often we forget this, and struggle. Beloved, ours is a charmed life. We have a shepherd, we have one who cares, we have one who begs us to cast all our cares upon Him … Read More >
“By faith, Moses, when he had come to years, refused to be called the son of Pharaoh’s daughter.”—Hebrews 11:24 The story of the hiding of Moses by his parents in the bulrushes is very familiar. How he was discovered by the daughter of Pharaoh and taken to the palace; how his own mother was chosen to nurse the child; how he was reared in the luxury of the king’s home, educated according to the best method of his day; how he became very prominent both in his wisdom and in his leadership of the armies of Egypt … Read More >
“Thou broughtest us into the net” —Psalm 66:11 That is a very queer text for a sermon on a life of Victory; but if you will see the truth I wish to bring to you, you will see that the way into freedom and victory is sometimes through a net. So I want to take some examples that God Himself has used, to show you how He brings us to victory. Many of you seek a life of victory, but you do not seek to know God’s way of bringing you into a life of victory. When I started … Read More >
Some people have very short memories. They forget what the Lord has done for them. This is one reason why Moses gave that great farewell message we know as the Book of Deuteronomy. He wanted the people to remember all that God had done for them. In Deuteronomy 32:10, Moses says, “He found him in a desert land, and in the waste howling wilderness; he led him about; he instructed him; he kept him as the apple of his eye.” This is what God did for the people of Israel, and this is what He wants to do … Read More >