America's sin in forgetting God

By Evangelist Joseph T. Larsen America’s greatest sin and the real cause of the present depression is forgetting God. That means failure to obey God, to listen to His Word, and to bring up our children in the nurture and admonition of the Lord. Godlessness leads to disregard for law, corruption in politics, fraud in …more

Oct 082013
 
Decline and fall

The following conditions were researched and found to be the undermining of a great world power. How illuminating, these observations made by Edward Gibbon, who, after twenty years of study and research, published his work and hallmarked these five conditions for the fall of this nation. The rapid increase of divorce; the undermining of the …more

Aug 302013
 
Increase of Faith

“And the Apostles said unto the Lord, increase our faith.” Luke 17:5 Prayer is the expression of need. The earnestness of prayer is evidence of the appreciation of what is asked for. The Apostles are in the presence of the Source of all good from whom many and great things may be received; but that …more

Aug 302013
 

I saw in a dream that I was in the Celestial City — though when and how I got there I could not tell. I was one of the multitude which no man could number, from all countries, people, times and ages. Somehow I found that the saint who stood next to me had been …more

Aug 302013
 
The Joy of Sunrise

Written by Phil Ware, April 24, 2000 As a young man, it was the worst night of my life! Worse than being up all night with the stomach virus. Worse than smoking twenty cheap cigars to impress a high school buddy. Worse than freezing and wheezing in sub-teen temperature on a hunting trip. It was …more

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Jul 292013
 
Increase of Faith

“And the Apostles said unto the Lord, increase our faith.” Luke 17:5 Prayer is the expression of need. The earnestness of prayer is evidence of the appreciation of what is asked for. The Apostles are in the presence of the Source of all good from whom many and great things may be received; but that …more

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Jul 252013
 
Revival?

Since a revival can never lay hold upon the world until it has first laid hold on the church, the need then is for the fountain of sin to be stopped up in the church. Christians who have fallen prey to sin must be brought to repentance. They must have their faith renewed. Before the …more

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Jul 102013
 

There is a story told of a minister who asked a World War II veteran to speak in his church; this is what the ‘Ol GI said: “Like a mighty army moves the church of God!” The trouble is, about ten million men know exactly how an army moves. Suppose the army accepted the lame …more

 
The Preacher in the Revival

By Rev. Russell H. Conwell The highest ambition of every preacher should be to inaugurate at once the greatest revival of the new century. The militant church should sweep into the new century with the shout of victory. There is much in our Zion that ought to be cast overboard before we drop anchor in …more

 
Life is Like a Painted Dream

For this God is our God for ever and ever: he will be our guide even unto death.” Psalm 48:14 The world passes away. Everything here in this present world is changing. A rope of sand, a spider’s web, a silken thread, a passing shadow, an ebbing wave, are the most fitting and expressive emblems …more