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Hold Fast That Which Thou Hast

The value of continuing in the things which we have learned and have been assured of may be forcefully illustrated in the case of Matthias, who was chosen to fill the place of Judas Iscariot among the twelve apostles. The ...

http://www.hayespress.org/article-jul-1982-hold-fast-that-which-thou-hast

Hold Fast That Which Thou Hast [2]

Though Matthias was not of the chosen twelve, yet he held fast and continued to company with the Lord and the apostles. It was the person of the Lord that was the attraction; and nowhere else was such doctrine taught ...

http://www.hayespress.org/article-aug-1982-hold-fast-that-which-thou-hast-2

I Press On

"I press on toward the goal" (Phil. 3:14). Such were the words of that great man, the apostle Paul: a prisoner of Rome, a runner with many obstacles thrown across his path, yet he was undaunted. Toiling, sorrowing, rejoicing, onward ...

http://www.hayespress.org/article-sept-1982-i-press-on

Diverse Occupations

"So Ahab went up to eat and to drink. And Elijah went up to the top of Carmel." Such is the contrast drawn between the actions of these two men after a day of wondrous divine manifestation and of judgement ...

http://www.hayespress.org/article-nov-1982-diverse-occupations

"I Go A Fishing"

In the words of Peter by the sea of Tiberias, "I go a fishing" (John 21:3), we have the evidence of Peter's mode of living and acting before the Lord called him. Of this the Lord reminded him in the ...

http://www.hayespress.org/article-dec-1982-i-go-a-fishing

In The Holy Mount

The words in Mark 9:2, "apart by themselves" find a fitting complement in the words of Peter in 2 Peter 1:18, "when we were with Him in the holy mount". Peter, when he wrote these words, was nearing the end ...

http://www.hayespress.org/article-jan-1981-in-the-holy-mount

"In The Things Of My Father"

What depths of divine purpose are contained in the question the Lord asked His sorrowing parents: "How is it that ye sought Me? Wist ye not that I must be in the things of My Father?" (Luke 2:49, RVM). In ...

http://www.hayespress.org/article-feb-1981-in-the-things-of-my-father

The Meekness Of Christ

"I am meek and lowly in heart", was the true testimony of the Lord to His disciples concerning His own character. He was meek; that is He was mild, ready to forgive, not given to retaliation. And how true this ...

http://www.hayespress.org/article-apr-1981-the-meekness-of-christ

Consider Him (1)

There is no subject of such entrancing interest to the child of God as the consideration of the Person of our blessed Lord Jesus Christ, and there is no truth which we should be able more valiantly to defend than ...

http://www.hayespress.org/article-may-1981-consider-him-1

Consider Him (2)

The bright hope which gilds the Christian's promises is contained in the sublime words of John: "We know that, if He shall be manifested, we shall be like Him; for we shall see Him even as He is" (1 John ...

http://www.hayespress.org/article-jun-1981-consider-him-2

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