MacDuff Devotional2

Daily Devotion from the Works of John MacDuff

 

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MACDUFF THOUGHTS FOR THE QUIET HOUR
Beware of wasted moments!

The marvels and triumphs of the printing-press have
now made accessible to peasant and laborer, the
wondrous blessing of Christian literature! Neither
Croesus nor Plato—the two old-world representatives
of wealth and thought—had a library to compare with
what is readily available to us.

Let the young especially prize this splendid inheritance,
making it alike a privilege and obligation to devote some
hours to reading and garnering mental stores. Let them
beware of wasted moments—golden ingots—too often
mortgaged to . . .
sloth,
frivolity,
idleness,
voluptuous ease and
degrading passion.

“Redeeming the time, because the days are evil.” Eph 5:16

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MacDuff Devotional

Daily devotional from the works of John MacDuff.

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MACDUFF Rainbow in the Clouds: 14. UNVEILED MYSTERIES
“You do not realize now what I am doing, but later you will understand.” Joh 13:7
Much is baffling and perplexing to us in God’s present dealings. “What!” we are often ready to exclaim, “could not the cup have been less bitter; the trial less severe; the road less dreary?” “Hush your misgivings,” says a gracious God; “arraign not the rectitude of My dispensations. You shall yet see all revealed and made bright in the mirror of eternity!”

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Cuyler, Theodore – God’s Light on Dark Clouds

God’s Light on Dark Clouds
Theodore Cuyler, 1882
“A most delightful and experimental little volume. None of the Christian literature of the day is fresher, healthier, or more spiritual.”
“Words of sympathy, comfort and encouragement for the weary pilgrim!”

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Puritan Devotional 3

One of the greatest mysteries in religion

(J. C. Ryle <http://www.gracegems.org/Ryle/books.htm>, “The Gospel of John” 1873)

The extent to which one man may have true
saving grace, together with much ignorance;
and another may have much head knowledge
and yet no true saving grace; is one of the
greatest mysteries in religion, and one
which the last day alone will unfold.

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