A Sweet Fragrance

    Books Worth Reading

    Mimosa: A True Story by Amy Carmichael
    A young Indian girl one day heard of a Savior who loved her and from then on she chose to worship only Him even though for many years she could not remember His name. This story reveals the amazing power of our Savior's love.

    If by Amy Carmichael
    If I covet any place on earth but the dust at the foot of the cross, then I know nothing of Calvary love.
    This convicting book, in short, pointed sentences, reveals the true meaning of Calvary love.

    The 1599 Geneva Bible
    The original 1599 Geneva Bible with notes written by the reformers. Nothing has been updated except the spelling. This translation is characterized by simple and beautiful language that is surprisingly understandable even to modern readers.

    Aunt Jane's Hero by Elizabeth Prentiss
    The heartwarming story of a Christian couple seeking to establish a home whose happiness flows from a beautiful relationship with the Lord Jesus. Biblical truths about marriage and family life are interwoven throughout this lovely story.

    Gold Cord by Amy Carmichael
    The story of the Dohnavur Fellowship in Amy Carmichael's own words. An amazing testimony of the work of God.

    They Found the Secret by V. Raymond Edman
    This is a book about the exchanged life, the life that is of Christ. This collection of 20 short biographies of men and women who discovered the power of the indwelling of the Holy Spirit will increase your desire to experience the power of the Holy Spirit in your own life. The Christian life is, first and foremost, about a mighty, resurrected Lord whose Spirit can indwell and completely transform those who surrender to Him.

    Toward Jerusalem by Amy Carmichael
    A collection of poetry and songs written for those who are about the King's business.

    His Thoughts Said. . .His Father Said . . . by Amy Carmichael
    The thoughts of a child of God are often troubled and questioning. The Father has an answer to all of them.

    A Chance to Die: The Life and Legacy of Amy Carmichael by Elisabeth Elliot
    My favorite biography of Amy Carmichael. Full of excerpts from Amy's writings, this well-researched book gives us a glimpse into the life of one of the great lovers of God.

    Children of the Storm by Natasha Vins
    Natasha Vins tells the story of life as the daughter of the persecuted Russian pastor Georgi Vins.

Posts tagged ‘cross’

If we take courage to expect, we shall have crushing disappointments sometimes, but often we shall find. And we shall tap deep wells. We shall discover a power and abandon of love to our blessed Lord Jesus that overflows our poverty of faith. Not the emotion of a moment, but the passion of a lifetime, […]

Thy Loyalty Is To Follow Me

September 21st, 2010

This week I decided to revive some of my favorite posts from my earlier blogging days. These are thoughts and quotes that have challenged and shaped me and I trust will still be an encouragement to others. Enjoy!   If crushed by mysteries of pain Thou scarce canst face the storm again; If I should count on […]

Fellowship with Jesus But if, impatient, thou let slip thy cross, Thou wilt not find it in this world again, Nor in another; here, and here alone Is given thee to suffer for God’s sake. In other worlds we shall more perfectly Serve Him and love Him, praise Him, work for Him, Grow near and […]

Fragrant Fragments # 10

April 15th, 2010

I haven’t shared links for a while, so I have quite a collection today. Enjoy! 1. Sound Asleep. ”As our nation arises this morning from a sound sleep I would like the opportunity to awaken us all from another type of ‘sound sleep’ that is subtle, dangerous and destroys.” 2. The Message behind the Method. A look […]

We need to remind ourselves of the stern, heroic stuff Jesus Christ always spoke when He talked about discipleship. “If anyone desires to come after Me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross daily, and follow Me” (Luke 9:23). Few of us do it though plenty of us talk about it. It means […]

XXXVI. The Life-Plan of Peter and John   “What is that to thee? follow thou Me.”–JOHN xxi. 22.        We are standing on the eastern shore of the Lake of Galilee.  The morning breeze blows fresh in our faces; the tiny wavelets run up with a silvery ripple, and die on the white sand; […]

Where is He? Oh where is He for whom my soul is pining, For whom I yearn, and thirst, and pant, and pray? Around His empty cross my arms I’m twining, What daring hand has borne His form away? He is my soul’s beloved, my heart’s treasure- With Him this weary world could restful be; […]

XXVII. The Trial before Caiaphas “Annas had sent Him bound unto Caiaphas the high priest.”–JOHN xviii. 24.      It was as yet but two or three o’clock in the morning.  Jerusalem was still asleep, and well it was for the foes of Jesus that no suspicion of what was on foot had breathed into the […]

     The one, great, dominant recognition is that my personal self belongs to Jesus Christ. The counterfeit is giving ourselves as devotees to a cause; this is perilously wrong because it is so nearly right. Anything that rouses us to act on the line of principles instead of a relationship to a person fosters our […]

We cannot be held fast in peace and nerved to inner, private discipline – to a soldiership that knows nothing of reserve to love that can plunge into very hell to save a soul, unstained by the foulness, unshrivelled by the heat – unless we live within sight of Calvary. God forgive us for the […]

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