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“From the depths of frustration and despair, Job, the legendary symbol of adversity,
cries out, “Oh that I knew where I might find Him!”…”
“The world is a transient, shifting orb in the vastness of space. Where is there any stability? What is solid? How do we find footing? Those of us who…” (Continue)
age we are living in has had many epithets attached to it—space age,” “new
age,” “age of Aquarius,” for example—but one of the
most appropriate phrases would be “the age of…”
“What does it mean–to do all things to the glory of God? In fact, what is the glory of God? What does the word “glory” mean?"
“Ionized particles in the vastness of space. That is a rather accurate, if demeaning
description of what we humans are.” (Continue)
“Lord, deliver our families from the Devil.” As Christians, we live in a hostile
Faultless Not Flawless (Download
central message of the entire Bible is redemption. God's creatures, fashioned
in perfection, were corrupted by…” (Continue)
“Suffering, a gift? Yes, not only a gift, but a …”
“The world is full of hopelessness and
despair. And, well it should be, for it
is a seething cauldron…” (Continue)
“For the most part people
want to know what is real—what can we depend on?…”
“When the angels announced His birth, the skies were filled with His
“THOU WILT SHOW
ME THE PATH OF LIFE .…" (Continue)
“These things have I spoken unto you, that My joy
might remain in you, and that your joy might be full.” (John 15:11)
God's intention for men everywhere is…” (Continue)
“Joy is a constantly recurring theme of
the New Testament writers. It is also a paradox…” (Continue)
“Joy to the world, the Lord
has come!” The wellsprings of joy ought to be...”
“Out of the Spirit realm God spoke to the
primal darkness, and light and energy and life came into…”
“In 1775 the American patriot
Patrick Henry sounded a clarion call that has rung down through...” (Continue)
“People are afraid; the world is afraid. Fear
clutches at the heart as tragedy follows tragedy, And catastrophe
follows catastrophe. How do we…”
“In a world shattered by the ravages of sin, the only real hope for
besieged mortals, is the …” (Continue)
On Being Human (Download PDF)
“What is a human? God made
humans. He made them in His
on earth, good will toward men.” So the
angels proclaimed…” (Continue)
is a continuous process in which the human spirit, indwelt by the Spirit of
God, is ” (Continue)
“HOW CAN I KNOW?
oldest question; The
oldest lure; The oldest…” (Continue)
“The followers of Christ seem always to struggle—a
struggle not only in the common conflicts of daily existence, but a life and
death grappling with…" (Continue)
“What is truth? Who am I? What am I for? Where am I going?
How can I really know anything for certain? These are the crucial questions for…”
“We are at
war! The enemy maintains a continual assault. For the Christian, peacetime
conditions cannot prevail until…”
“It’s all over, now, and it’s only a memory...or a
dream...or a nightmare. For some,
Christmas has been a time of pleasant…” (Continue)
“The heart of forgiveness is “give”. It
is true, both of the English word, as well as the Greek. That fact suggests the …” (Continue)
On Being Led By The Spirit (Download PDF)
“If prayer is the most
puzzling part of our relationship to Christ, guidance is probably the most
From the Eagle's Nest is a book of devotional essays and poems. Though these articles were compiled from David Morsey's
early years of ministry, the message of hope and peace in Christ is timeless, a
blessing from generation to generation.
On Making it Through is a series of helpful observations on
wholeness in body, soul, and spirit. It is dedicated to those of us who have
known sorrow and pain, frustration and failure, who care not to make it through
life grandly, but merely to make it through life with a sense that we have
found favor with our gracious God.
Olympus Bared is a novel dealing with the odyssey of the Marlin
family. After the death of his father, Bret Marlin is lead by his cynical
uncle, Winston Decker, on a search for a valid basis for living life.
Ultimately disillusioned with the gods of both secular society and sacred
society, Bret and Winston encounter Lance Kingman, "not another religious
weirdo," but an agent of Christ, capable of answering the many serious,
thought-provoking and difficult questions concerning God and faith.
David, The Man of the Heart is a book of
essays exploring the impact and implications of the character of King David as
revealed through a study of key Psalms. This book is not a chronological
biography, but rather an exploration of King David's life as a type of Christ
as the Shepherd, the Soldier, the Sovereign, the Sinner, and the Singer. At the
same time, the reader is introduced to valuable guidelines to a study of the
Baron - A Cynic's Guide to an Absurd World
is a sort of sequel to "Olympus Bared," though it can be read
independently. It is the story of Baron Bruner, a successful international
lawyer with an existential philosophy of life and a cynical world-view that
makes good sense to him and, for that matter, to many in the western world.
Aboard a Concorde flight to Paris
to rescue a wayward client, a mutual friend introduces Baron to fellow-attorney
and former cynic, Winston Decker, and Winston, in turn, introduces him to Lance
Kingman. Finally Baron must face plausible answers to his troubling questions.
Bedrock, Finding a Foundation for Faith is an essay which considers
various philosophical views concerning the existence or non-existence of God.
Ultimately, the author concludes that God is essentially unknowable without His
participation in revealing Himself to mankind. (Continue)
The "Uncharted Voyage" of marriage was instituted by God in the
book of Genesis. If entered into without God, marriage very often produces
neither happiness nor fulfillment and usually multiplies problems rather than
diminishing them. This book uses a question and answer format to explore
essential questions about marriage. It was designed for engaged couples, but contains
benefit for any who are contemplating engagement or who are trying to
comprehend their own marriages.
"Reaching for the real" in the midst of a world filled with
illusions, David Morsey examines our relation to God, to persons, to things. Come
and explore the mountain with the wilderness shepherd. You will find as he that
Jesus Christ will be a faithful companion in your own Arduous Odyssey.
The Prophets Speak is a collection of essays that explores the
whole issue of prophecy as a basic communication between God and His people.
The author discusses how we can avoid excessive speculation and predictions
about the future by determining what the Bible says, when considered through the
eyes of history and contemporary world events. In order to properly interpret
the prophetic statements of Scripture, we must understand the meaning of
prophecy as including the past, present, and future aspects of God's revelation
concerning His deliverance of mankind. If we focus on the predictive elements
only, we will distort the ultimate meaning and purpose of God's Word. The
specter of speculation has haunted the teaching of prophecy throughout the
history of the Church. The author of these articles reminds the reader that
"speculation in the name of revelation is the watchword of deception."
The struggles of The Arduous Odyssey of life are confronted in this book
by David Morsey. It is written in an informal style and addresses the issues
people face in their daily lives. Human relationships, circumstances, and God's
intended meanings behind them help us learn to "reach for the real."
Relating to others, to a spouse, to children, and especially to God, all are
dealt with honestly and openly by the author with the heart of a shepherd. In
the author's own words, shortly before he succumbed to cancer, he said,
"Remember this, we were created by God with the opportunity to be
responsive to His Spirit and apart from that, human beings do not make a lot of
sense." This book speaks of finding peace with God in the Arduous Odyssey
through which each of us must pass.
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