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His Presence

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W.C. Burns of India wrote, “Oh to have a martyr’s heart, if not a martyr’s crown.” Popularity and adulation are far more dangerous for the Christian than persecution. It is easy, when all goes smoothly, to lose our sense of balance and our perspective. The important thing is to walk with Christ, to live for Christ, and to have one consuming passion—to please Him. Then, whatever happens, we know that He has permitted it in order to teach us some priceless lesson and to perfect us for His service. He will enrich our circumstances, be they pleasant or disagreeable, by the fact of His presence with us.

Prayer for the day

Lord, my soul wants to love and know You far more deeply. Forgive the times I have set my eyes on things that keep me from You.

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25 Comments

  1. m says:

    Protect us lord

  2. Laura says:

    Bless you Billy Graham for your unending sacrifice to the Lord, in this unGodly age, and for leading by example. You are loved and prayed for. I heard you live when I was 17. I am much older now. You touched my life w yours. Thank you

  3. Derek says:

    Christ is a part of our lives. We need to get closer to him by reading his word, and prayer. God bless.

  4. Gerry says:

    God knows the beginning and the end. He also knows what trials are required in our lives to help mold us into the person he wants to us be.