Category: John Owen

As a craftsman must train

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As a craftsman must train himself in the skills of his trade, so must we use the ways appointed by God for the purpose of making us skilled believers. The chief of these ways is earnest prayer. Pray like Moses that God would show you His glory. Pray like Paul, “that the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of glory, may give you the spirit of wisdom and revelation in the knowledge of Him. (Ephesians 1:17). Lazy souls never obtain an experience of this glory but to seek it by the ways God commands is pleasant

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From the book "The Glory of Christ: His Office and Grace (John Owen Series)"

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The state of ourminds often

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The state of ourminds often causes the greatest trouble. The Psalmist asked himself: “Why are you so downcast O my sould? And why are you so disquieted within me?” (Psalm 42:5,11) The centering of your thoughts by faith on the glory of Christ will bring peace and quiet to the disturbed and disordered mind.

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From the book "The Glory of Christ: His Office and Grace (John Owen Series)"

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