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Will You Surrender?

If only one person in your church would get down and pray it through before God, and come to a place of total surrender to Him – not merely an understanding of this, nor merely a religious profession of it, but the inward reality of a complete abandonment of their life to Jesus – if only one would do this – if God had only one pure [...]

Malcolm WebberMalcolm Webber

Seek Him Daily

Jesus is the true Manna from heaven. You must have Him to live. And just as you need physical refreshment and rejuvenation every day, so you must feed upon the Bread of Heaven daily. Today’s “manna” will not be sufficient for tomorrow as well. To live, you must have Him continuously. He is your life. His fellowship is your sustenance. [...]

Malcolm WebberMalcolm Webber

Get in His Presence!

Genuine trials and tribulations should be joyfully endured, and their duration unquestioningly committed to your faithful Creator. But the loss of the Presence of God in your life should not be endured any longer than the time it takes to fall to your knees, to seek His face that it may once again shine unobstructed upon your life.

Malcolm WebberMalcolm Webber

The Lord’s Commandment

John the Apostle taught constantly on love, so much so that, it was said, the people he taught grew weary of its incessant reiteration. His constant admonition was, “Little children, love one another.” When asked, “Master, why do you always say this?” his reply was, “Because it is the Lord’s commandment, and if only it be done, it is [...]

Malcolm WebberMalcolm Webber

On the Ministry of Teaching

When reading the Bible, we need to always think about who the author was and what he experienced. What made him write what he wrote? The authors of the Bible wrote out of their life experiences. They did not teach mere theory. They experienced God. Truth was revealed and taught through their lives, not just on paper in their writings. [...]

Malcolm WebberMalcolm Webber