Pearls of Great Price
Pearls of Great Price by George Hawtin. The subjects about, which one could write are almost as numerous as the stars of the heavens. They are numberless because the thoughts of God are numberless. They are inex-haustible because the Lord Himself is inexhaustible. But faith must come from what is heard, and what is heard must come from the lips of Christ. Fathomless wealth lies in the wisdom and knowledge of God. His judgments are inscrutable, His methods hidden in mystery, His thoughts beyond human understanding. Neither man nor angel has ever been His counsellor. Who has ever given anything to Him for, which he will have to be repaid? Everything comes from Him. All creation lives by Him and every inhabitant of the universe ends in Him. Honor, glory and praise be unto Him through all the generations of the ages of ages. Amen!
Pearls of Great Price
As we see the final day approaching and as this present age with all its turmoil and distress rushes toward its conclusion, there is but one thing of truly lasting value. It is that we might be found living in harmony with the Lord as we look unto Jesus, the Author and Finisher of our faith, beholding Him continually and by our beholding being changed into His glorious likeness.
The entire dispensation of the grace of God has been an age of strife. Nations have raised their armies and on blood soaked fields of battle have fought each other to the death over principles or to take a spoil. Mighty empires, born of war and blood-shed, have edged their irresistible way across the landscape, engulfing all in their gory paths, yet they in turn have faded and passed from the scene as a lurid dream in a fitful night. Great Babylon rose to the height of her glory and power under the invincible King Nebuchadnezzar, destined to become the golden head of a body of empires which were yet to follow, and when her warfare was accomplished and all nations lay beneath her marching feet, the hand of God wrote doom upon her walls while Belshazzar in his irreverent affront to the Lord of hosts mockingly supped wine in the presence of his lords from the vessels of the God of Israel. Even while they drank, the hand that wrote upon the wall inscribed the fateful words. “Mene, Mene, Tekel, Upharsin. Thou are weighed in the balances and found wanting.” While he quaffed his wine and gloried in the safety of his city, all unknown to him the armies of Media-Persia, having turned the great Euphrates from its course, were entering beneath the city’s towering walls.
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