Author: Rev. Dr. Kenneth Kemble

Seek Those Things Which Are Christ’s

It is the natural tendency of us all to seek our own best interests, to satisfy our own desires and to make ourselves as comfortable as we possibly can. But it is interesting to note that if we live thus, we are never as happy as we are when we spend our lives upon others, and especially in service to our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. You can heap treasures unto yourself, and think that if you can just acquire this or that, it will make you happy. But time and time again, this has proven to be fruitless,...

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Who Do You Say He Is?

In Matthew 16:15, Jesus asks a burning question of His disciples. He had captured the attention of thousands. He could tell what people were thinking, and knew things that were unknowable by any natural means. He fed thousands of people with the contents of one boy’s lunch. He even walked on water. He had also healed many sick folk — He had opened blinded eyes, He had caused the lame to walk and He had even raised the dead, returning them to their rejoicing families! He spoke as though He actually knew God the Father personally. And Oh! What...

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Sweet Dreams

There was a song that was made popular many years ago now by the Eurythmics entitled “Sweet Dreams.” The song, with its haunting melody, explored the subject of happiness, and made the bold statement that “everybody is looking for something.” Whether you like the song or not, it’s message is so true. Many people today are looking for something — anything —to bring happiness and contentment to their lives. They sense a void in their life, so they try to fill it, by trial and error, until they find what is to them the true meaning of life and...

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Do All to the Glory of God

This concept is impossible for the world to comprehend. They seek their own way and their own glory above all else, and it matters not what the cost. Their flesh cries out “Me! me! me!” constantly and takes no thought for others, much less for God. Even some Christians — also finding themselves in a tent of flesh — are tempted to put themselves first. They seek their own comfort and advancement, and, sadly, do not give God a thought when mapping out a course for their lives. When you concentrate merely on your own life — your own...

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Faithfulness

Jeb Stuart was a highly valued asset in the Confederate Army during the Civil War. He had an uncanny ability to infiltrate Union Army lines without being detected, and, on several occasions, outflanked General McClellan’s lines, destroying munitions, and gathering vital intelligence. He was unquestionably one of General Robert E. Lee’s most trusted soldiers. With each mission, Stuart would submit his report to General Lee, signed, “Yours to count on, Jeb Stuart.” Dependability is a wonderful thing. It draws us to the same restaurant again and again. It sells cars, appliances and computers. It brings security to relationships and...

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