Monthly Archives: June 2012

Thought for the Day: More from Hudson Taylor

As Hudson Taylor was hearing a call from God to develop The China Inland Mission, he spent some time resisting the call. Finally he prayed:  “Divine Master, I surrender myself to You for this service.  All the responsibility as to … Continue reading

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Thought for the Day–Why Did You Not Come Sooner

Hudson Taylor was a missionary to China in the 1850’s.  At one point in his ministry, he introduced Nyi to Jesus.  One day when Taylor was discipling Nyi, he asked, “How long have you had the Glad Tiding in England?” … Continue reading

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Thought for the Day–In His Own Eyes

“Any generation of God’s people who have a pattern in their lives to do what is right in their own eyes have lost the truth that they are a corporate and covenant people of God.” “We are a part of … Continue reading

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Thought for the Day–June 7, 2012

“The call to repentance for God’s people must always remain the heart of the preaching and teaching of the churches today. A lost world depends on the vital relationship of the people of God with their God. To lose this … Continue reading

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Thought for Today–Hudson Taylor

” Dear Lord, please take away my heart of stone and give me a heart of flesh! Help me to believe the promises of your Word! My heart longs for this perfect holiness.” This prayer left Hudson with “a deepened … Continue reading

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Thought for the Day: A Mandarin Praise Song

The following words are from a Mandarin Praise Song: Since you died for us, we now offer ourselves to die for you. Since you gave yourself on the cross, how can we do less than give ourselves for you? So, … Continue reading

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