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"He is my fortress, I shall never be shaken."

In this side chapel you will find links to Great Non-Conformist Sites on the Web as well as spiritual enouragement and challenge from some of the best writers of your tradition. Check out the WebChurch Databank for more Christian resources on the Internet.
For Prayer.....

Turn my eyes away from worthless things....

(Psalm 119 v 37)


For Reflection.....

"It is not won by promotion, but by many prayers and tears. It is attained by confessions of sin, and much heart searching and humbling before God; by self-surrender, a courageous sacrifice of every idol, a bold, deathless, uncompromising, and uncomplaining embracing of the cross, and by an eternal, unfaltering looking unto Jesus crucified.

"It is not gained by seeking great things for ourselves, but rather, like Paul, by counting those things that are gain to us as loss for Christ. That is a great price, but it must be unflinchingly paid by him who would be not merely a nominal but a real spiritual leader of men, a leader whose power is recognized and felt in heaven, on earth, and in hell. Spirituality does not equal infallibility.

"The fact that a person is indwelt by the Spirit and seeks to be led by the Spirit will doubtless mean that he is less liable to make mistakes than those who do not; but since he is still in the flesh, he is not infallible. Even the divinely called and Spirit-filled apostles made mistakes that required divine overruling."
(Samuel Logan Brengle - A former leader of the Salvation Army)

Reason, however cultivated and improved, cannot produce the love of God.... It is then only when we behold by faith "what manner of love the Father hath bestowed upon us, in giving His only Son that we might not perish but have everlasting life," that "the love of God is shed abroad in our heart" by the Holy Ghost which is given unto us.
(John Wesley, Sermon on 1 Cor. 14 v 20)

 

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