Monthly Archives: January 2020

THE ARK OF SAFETY

by Earnshaw Smith, Keswick, 1930 “By faith Noah, being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear, prepared an ark to the saving of his house; by the which he condemned the world, and became heir … Continue reading

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FIRSTBORN OVER ALL CREATION

In the first chapter of Colossians Paul makes the following statement about Jesus. “And he is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn of all creation” (Colossians 1:15). It has been alleged that firstborn means that Jesus was the … Continue reading

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Canadian Student Volunteer

I close with what a Canadian student said to me. I think he is the bravest man I have ever seen. He fought on Vimy Ridge*. A piece of shell cut an artery in his leg; he had a temporary … Continue reading

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Missionary in Poona

Once, when I was working in Poona in Western India, and was very weary because the climate was trying and the Brahmins were argumentative, I went to a place near Poona for a week-end. On Saturday night, when I entered … Continue reading

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The Medical Missionary

When the world-war broke out, one of our American students, a volunteer, a medical missionary, was working under the Pasha of Turkey who drove horseshoes into the feet of Armenians to help them in their flight. That was his sense … Continue reading

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FACE TO FACE WITH GOD

FACE TO FACE WITH GOD by Dr Ruben Saillens from France July 1925, Keswick IT is a great opportunity for us, as we assemble in these solemn days under these tents, for it might be difficult in years to come … Continue reading

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COMMUNION WITH THE LORD JESUS

I am reading Harry Ironside’s Addresses on the Song of Solomon and I come to this part: “Let Me see thy countenance; let Me hear thy voice; for sweet is thy voice and thy countenance is comely.” Song of Solomon … Continue reading

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