“We ought to bring all matters to the Lord, not only urgent ones, and discover His heart and mind on them” (Rev William Still – on Numbers 16:41-50).
"The man who counts his blessings will not have time to count his enemies" (Rev William Still - on Numbers 15:17-21).
"There is no room for pride before the Lord, however high and privileged our service of Him may be" (Rev William Still - on Numbers 18:1-17).
"The God of Israel ... the Rock of Israel" (2 Samuel 23:3) Here, David speaks with "reverence" for God and "trust" in God (Rev William Still).
"Thy gentleness hath made me great" (2 Samuel 22:36, Authorized Version). "Where in the whole Bible do we have a more magnificent paradox than that which associates greatness with gentleness?" (Rev William Still).
"Do not say, since He blessed us before we knew Him, He will again, irrespective of whether we bless him or not. This is a great mistake: He blessed us before we knew it in order that we might rise up to bless Him. He has shown His love towards us because He wants us …
"There will never a time in eternity when, in sight of the Lamb on the throne, we will not be sorry for our sin and grateful to the Lamb" (Rev William Still - on Deuteronomy 16:18-20).
" I have been crucified with Christ; it is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in me; and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave Himself for me" (Galatians 2:20). Many years ago, in the early years of my Christian life, I was …
"It is surely ours to combine these elements of mourning for sin and joy in our salvation in one complex and composite experience which keeps us perpetually humble and yet perpetually joyful too" (Rev William Still - on Numbers 28:16-25).
Thirty-Eight Years at Gilcomston - William Still
messenger=angel, evangelist=good angel (Rev William Still - on Proverbs 13:16-17)
"If it is true that there is no fear (terror) in love, it is also true that there is no love without (reverent) fear" (Rev William Still - on Deuteronomy 19:15-21).
"Be holy and wholly for God"; "Holy means wholly for God" (Rev William Still - on 2 Chronicles 20:26-37).
"Even the fact that to be for God, leads to the maximum blessedness, is secondary to the fact that we are for Him" (Rev William Still - on Numbers 15:37-41).
Rev William Still – sermons
GenesisLeviticusJoshua1 Samuel2 SamuelPsalm (1-24)DanielIsaiahHoseaZechariahLukeJohnActs (35-Part MP3 Series)1 CorinthiansColossiansHebrews I found these links at two websites – “Feeding on Christ” and “Reformation Today”.__________________________ I found this article at The Gospel Coalition blog. On the plane ride to the New Life Bible Conference, I began reading William Still’s The Work of the Pastor. I’ve had the book for a …