Meditation: Food for Thought

The Faith I Live By, p. 90

“Faith is not certainty of knowledge, it is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. Faith is trusting in God — believing that He loves us, and knows what is for our best good. Thus, instead of our own way, […]

Philippians 4:8

“Finally, brethren, whatever things are true, whatever things are noble, whatever things are just, whatever things are pure, whatever things are lovely, whatever things are of good report, if there is any virtue and if there is anything praise worthy—meditate on these things.” Philippians 4:8

Adventist Home, p.27

“God Is Honored by a Christian Home — Fathers and mothers who make God first in their households, who teach their children that the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom, glorify God before angels and before men by presenting to the world […]

Adventist Home, p.43

If those who are contemplating marriage would not have miserable, unhappy reflections after marriage, they must make it a subject of serious, earnest reflection now. This step taken unwisely is one of the most effective means of ruining the usefulness of young men and women. […]

Desire of Ages, p. 317

“The Jews had been instructed from childhood concerning the work of the Messiah. The inspired utterances of patriarchs and prophets and the symbolic teaching of the sacrificial service had been theirs. But they had disregarded the light; and now they saw in Jesus nothing to […]

Gospel Workers, p. 283

“The follower of Jesus should be constantly improving in manners, in habits, in spirit, in labor. This is done by keeping the eye, not on mere outward, superficial attainments, but on Jesus. A transformation takes place in mind, in spirit, in character. The Christian is […]

Desire of Ages, p. 266

“The work of Christ in cleansing the leper from his terrible disease is an illustration of His work in cleansing the soul from sin. The man who came to Jesus was “full of leprosy.” Its deadly poison permeated his whole body. The disciples sought to […]

That I May Know Him, p. 84

“Through transgression man lost his holy innocence, and mortgaged himself to  Satan. Christ,the only begotten Son of God, pledged Himself for the redemption of man, and paid the price of his ransom on the cross of Calvary. He left the worlds unfallen, the society of […]

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