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C.H. Spurgeon: 'Divine Recompense'

"He that watereth shall be watered also himself" — Proverbs 11:25 If I carefully consider others, God will consider me, and in some way or other He will recompense me. Let me consider the poor, and the LORD will consider me. Let me look after little children, and the LORD will treat me as His child. Let me feed His flock, and He will feed me. Let me water His garden, and He will make a watered garden of my soul. This is the LORD's own promise; be it mine to fulfill the condition and then to expect its fulfillment. I may care about myself till I grow morbid; I may watch over my own feelings till I feel nothing; and I may lament my own weakness till I grow almost too weak to lament. It will be far more profitable for me to become unselfish and out of love to my LORD Jesus begin to care for the souls of those around me. My tank is getting very low; no fresh rain comes to fill it; what shall I do? I will pull up the plug and let its contents run out to water the withering pl

Church History: Franks, Brits, and Pope Gregory

By Bruce Gore - Posted at YouTube: Direct Link:  6. Franks, Brits, and Pope Gregory - YouTube

Psalms of Ascents: Psalm 128

By Rev. David Lauten - Posted at Sermon Audio: Psalm 128 KJV 1 Blessed is every one that feareth the Lord; that walketh in his ways. 2 For thou shalt eat the labour of thine hands: happy shalt thou be, and it shall be well with thee. 3 Thy wife shall be as a fruitful vine by the sides of thine house: thy children like olive plants round about thy table. 4 Behold, that thus shall the man be blessed that feareth the Lord. 5 The Lord shall bless thee out of Zion: and thou shalt see the good of Jerusalem all the days of thy life. 6 Yea, thou shalt see thy children's children, and peace upon Israel.

Seeing the Victory to the End

 By Rev. Benjamin Glaser - Posted at Thoughts From Parson Farms: Good Morning! One of the things that believers ought to consider about their faith is that it is meant to be triumphant. We may not always feel that way, but it does not change the reality of what is truly happening in the world. Our walking through the valley of the shadow of death is done in the context of fearing no evil for the LORD our God is with us. We stand tall in the face of our enemies precisely because we see their weakness in comparison to the strength of Jehovah. The tenor of Holy Scripture from Genesis 3:15 to Revelation 19:21 is one of seeing the Mighty One of Israel destroying the kingdoms of the world, and all those who refuse to bow the knee receiving the same. In our Q/A’s we get a sneak peak into how God goes about accomplishing these things through His Son, as the Apostle Paul exclaims, “But thanks be to God, who gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.” Let’s look at the Larger Catechism

The Federal Vision: Norman Shepherd on Christ's Obedience

By Pastor Adam Kuehner - Posted at Sermon Audio: Direct Link:  Shepherd on Christ's Obedience | SermonAudio

C.H. Spurgeon: 'Rest on a Promise'

"The land whereon thou liest, to thee will I give it" — Genesis 28:13 No promise is of private interpretation: it belongs not to one saint but to all believers. If, my brother, thou canst in faith lie down upon a promise and take thy rest thereon, it is thine. Where Jacob "lighted" and tarried and rested, there he took possession. Stretching his weary length upon the ground, with the stones of that place for his pillows, he little fancied that he was thus entering into ownership of the land; yet so it was. He saw in his dream that wondrous ladder which for all true believers unites earth and heaven, and surely where the foot of the ladder stood he must have a right to the soil, for other wise he could not reach the divine stairway. All the promises of God are "Yea" and "Amen" in Christ Jesus, and as He is ours, every promise is ours if we will but lie down upon it in restful faith. Come, weary one, use thy LORD's words as thy pillows. Lie do

Church History: The Fifth Century and St. Patrick

By Bruce Gore - Posted at YouTube: Direct Link:  5. The Fifth Century and St. Patrick - YouTube