To uphold the Protestant Reformed Faith upon which our
National Constitution was established.

29th May

“That I may see the good of thy chosen.”
Psalm 106:5

Did you ever see any good in God’s chosen? Oh! “how goodly are thy tents, O Jacob, and thy tabernacles, O Israel!” Did you ever see what good God has blessed his people with, and how good it is to be one of them? All God’s people see that there is a “good” in God’s chosen family, peculiar to them, and that they sigh and long for. But some will say, Had David never seen it when he penned this psalm? Aye, surely; he had seen it. But did he not want to see it again? Yes; he had lost the sight of it, the sweet vision of it had retired, the old veil had come back, his eyes were dim, he wanted fresh “eye- salve.”

So with us; we have seen, we trust, at times “the good of God’s chosen,” have felt our affections drawn towards them, and drawn up towards God, and have said, “Whom have I in heaven but thee? and there is none upon earth that I desire beside thee.” That was to enjoy the sweet foretastes of heaven. But all these sweet foretastes became clouded; fogs and mists rested upon them, and hid them from our eye. Fresh sin brought fresh guilt, and darkness and deadness and doubts and temptations and fears and besetments came on of various kinds; and all these beclouded our sight. But we cannot forget the past; we cannot forget the solemn moments when we walked with God and talked with God, nor the sweet feelings that his presence enkindled. However dark, however dead, however disconsolate, however tried, harassed, and tempted, we cannot forget that. And having “seen the good of God’s chosen,” we want to see again the good sight, to taste again that heavenly banquet. “That I may see the good of thy chosen.”

J. C. Philpot 1802-1869


But one thing is needful

Luke 10 v 42

Mr Samuel Kingham

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