Jottings – The Joy Of The Lord In Our Midst

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“Ah, my friends, it is a great thing to have the Name of the Lord as our centre, and to taste the joy of the Lord in our midst. To ensure this, what God wants is simplicity. He wants you just to be what you are. And what are you? If you are a believer in Jesus, you are a child of God, an heir of glory, and you are of the company of the sanctified. You belong to that blessed One on high. You are His, and He is yours. And all His heart, all His strength, and all that He is is yours; and ‘He hath said, I will never leave thee, nor forsake thee.’ So that we may boldly say, ‘The Lord is my helper, and I will not fear. What shall man do unto me?’ (Hebrews 13:6). The fact is, a saint that is right with God, goes through this dark world like a glow-worm. As you pass through this scene, you go with the exhilarating sense that you have no power save that which is of God, and that is infinite. You have, and are to count on all the resources of God being with you in the day of battle. What a wonderful thing it is to be a saint of God in the night of Christ’s absence.”


W.T.P. Wolston, “Jehoshaphat’s Victory (2 Chronicles 20:1-30), in Handfuls of Purpose Part 3 (Miscellaneous, chapters 15 – 30). Accessed on 7/6/14 here:


Thanks Keith!


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