48 Hours in Hell

By John Reynolds One of the most interesting cases of resuscitation that ever came to my knowledge was that of George Lennox, a notorious horse thief. George Lennox worked in a prison coal mine during the winter of 1887 – 1888. The room that he had worked in seemed dangerous to him. He reported this … Read more

How Does God View The Death Of The Sinner?

HE HAS NO PLEASURE IN IT! It might appear that He has. Men transfer to God their own low notions of vengeance. Revenge is sweet among men; therefore it is supposed that God must take some pleasure in avenging Himself on those who have offended Him. “Have I any pleasure at all that the wicked … Read more

Footsteps In The Way Of Life

For The Christian’s Daily Use I must live today as though it were my last day. Never neglect daily private prayer. When you pray, remember that you are talking to God (1 Jn. 5:14). Pray vocally or silently during the day. Lift up your thoughts often to God for needed grace, help and comfort. Pray … Read more

The Salvation of Jesus Christ

By Albert Barnes Preach the Gospel to every creature. Jesus, in His great mercy, has wished that His Gospel might break through every barrier; that every man might be able to understand it; that every sinner might profit from it and that the message of eternal salvation might be offered to the entire world. To … Read more


By Thomas E. Stephens Suppose someone were to offer me a thousand dollars for every soul that I might earnestly try to lead to Christ. Would I endeavor to lead any more souls to Him than I am endeavoring to do now?  Is it possible that I would attempt to do for money, even at … Read more

The Ten Commandments of God

With explanations by Adam Clarke The Ten Commandments of God are moral in nature. They reflect the holiness of God and teach us what sin is. If we lived in a world that had no standard of right and wrong, we would be totally plunged into moral darkness. EXODUS 20:1-17 v. 1 And God spake … Read more