Faith Laughs At Impossibilities

By Leonard Ravenhill Peter in prison! What a jolt! We are too far removed from the actual scene to catch the atmosphere of dismay the Christians of that day felt. Peter had moved from Pentecost to prison, from jeers to spears. He was guarded by sixteen soldiers. One wonders why such a defenseless man needed…

Begin The Day With Prayer

By E.M. Bounds I ought to pray before seeing any one. Often when I sleep long, or meet with others early, it is eleven or twelve o’clock before I begin secret prayer. This is a wretched system. It is unscriptural. Christ arose before day and went into a solitary place. David says: “Early will I…

Abundantly Able

By Charles E. Cowman “And being absolutely certain that whatever promise He is bound by, He is able to make good” (Rom. 4:20). We are told that Abraham could look at his own body and consider it as good as dead without being discouraged, because he was not looking at himself but at the Almighty…

Its Revival We Need

C. William Fisher : PAY THE PRICE OF REVIVAL (Source: http://www.sermonindex.net) Some teen-age boys were tinkering with a car that would no longer run. One said, “I believe the trouble is in the carburetor.” Another said, “I believe it’s the spark plugs.” Another said, “I believe the problem is the battery.” Finally one of the…