Thursday, June 4, 2015
In whom art thou trusting?
In whom art thou trusting?
‘Now on whom dost thou trust?’
Suggested Further Reading:
2 Chronicles 14:1–15
I rest with my whole soul upon the finished work of Christ,
and I have not found anything yet that leads me to suspect I am resting where I shall meet with a failure.
No, the older one grows, the more one gets convinced that he who leans by faith on Christ, rests where he never needs to be afraid.
He may go and return in peace and confidence,
for the mountains may depart, and the hills be removed,
but God shall not change, and his purpose shall not cease to stand.
Yes, God is worthy of our confidence.
And I think we can say, by way of commending our God to others, that we feel we can rest upon him for the future.
We have been in strange places, and in very peculiar conditions in the past, but we were never thrown where we could not find in God all we needed; and we are therefore encouraged to believe that when death’s dark night shall come,
with all its gathering of terror, we shall fear no evil,
for the same God will be with us to be our succour and our stay.
The Isle of Man has for its coat of arms three legs,
and turn them which way you will, you know they always stand; and such is the believer—throw him which way you will, he finds something to stand on; throw him into death, or into life, into the lion’s den, or into the whale’s belly,
cast him into fire, or into water, the Christian still trusts in his God, and finds him a very present help in time of trouble.
‘On whom dost thou trust?’
We can answer boldly, ‘We trust in him whose power will never be exhausted, whose love will never cease, whose kindness will never change, whose faithfulness will never be sullied, whose wisdom will never be nonplussed, and whose perfect goodness never can know a diminution.’
Study the testimonies of some who have trusted in the Lord—(Psalm 28:7; 56:3–4,9–11; 73:28; 2 Corinthians 1:9–10).
People or material things can betray our trust (Psalm 41:9; 52:7; 146:3; Proverbs 11:28). On whom are you trusting?
Sermon no. 646
4 June (Undated Sermon)
If you are not a believer in Jesus Christ
you can be accepted into his kingdom.
I invite you to let him to make of you,
what He always wanted.
Marvelous God Almighty,
I come to you in the precious name of Jesus,
who died for me to make me free of sin,
I want Jesus to enter in to my heart and make me free,
I confess that He is the son of God.
I ask to change my heart and to give me wisdom to understand your Holy Word
full of promises of eternal value,
not only to live on this earth, but to be expectant of my life in heaven.
In the precious name of Jesus I ask.
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