Around the beginning of the 1900s, an unbeliever was reported to have said that the great goal of the 20th century would be to discover God; and yet when God would be discovered, it would be found that He does not care about human beings. It would be a bitter sorrow indeed for the world if this prophecy had proven to be true! Into countless homes and hearts, it would have … [Read more...] about Miller’s Monday Musings #26: Does God Care?
Relationship with God
The ideal Christian life is a personal friendship with Jesus Christ. Yet some persons have difficulty in understanding how a personal friendship can be formed with One Whom they cannot see, Whose voice they cannot hear, and Whose touch they cannot feel. But friendship with Christ is not dependent on sight or touch or hearing. He can make Himself known to our hearts in spiritual … [Read more...] about Miller’s Monday Musings #24: Is Jesus Your Friend?
“For the promise is unto you, and to your children, and to all that are afar off, even as many as the Lord our God shall call” (Acts 2:39). If the words, “The promise is unto you,” brought joy to the hearts of the Jews who heard the Apostle; then surely his next words, “and to your children,” must have touched the same joyful chord all over again – for hard must be that … [Read more...] about To You and Your Children
Pianos have to be kept in tune. Every now and then, the tuner comes and goes over all the strings; and he keys them up, so that there will be no discords when the instrument is played. But our lives have a great many more strings than a piano, and they much more easily get out of tune! Then they begin to make discords, and the music is spoiled. We need to watch them carefully, … [Read more...] about Miller’s Monday Musings #19: Keeping Life in Tune
A little child missed her mother at a certain time every day. The mother’s habit was to slip away upstairs alone, and to be gone for some time. The child noticed that her mother was always gentler, quieter, and sweeter after she came back. Her face had lost its weary look and was shining. Her voice was gladder and more cheerful. “Where do you go, mother,” the child asked … [Read more...] about The Prayer of a Child