Author Archives: Maureen Stohlmeyer

About Maureen Stohlmeyer

Grateful to have been married to my wonderful husband Michael for nearly 35 years who is now with the Lord, I would like to share from writers from the past who have strengthened our faith and walk with Jesus Christ our Savior and Redeemer. His walk with God was deeply enriched by the writings of authors from the past and I dedicate this blog to him and to them.

Dry Bones

“…the Spirit’s work of soul-humbling is just this,–to get man to feel so diseased that he will accept the physician; to get him to feel so poor that he will accept the charity of heaven; to get him to know … Continue reading

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Stress of Weather

“I acknowledge I was brought to God by agony of soul. I have often said from this pulpit that no man ever steers his barque towards the port of peace till he is driven there by stress of weather. We … Continue reading

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All Other Hopes Are Delusions

“All our hope lies in him, and all other hopes are delusions. The great work in conversion is not to make people better, so that they may come to God on a good footing, it is to strip them completely … Continue reading

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The Stone of Self-Esteem

“The next object of the divine work was to hide pride from man, for man will stick to self-righteousness as long as he can. Never does limpet adhere it its rock more firmly than a sinner to his own merits, … Continue reading

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Two Most Impressive Evangelists

“I do not desire for any unconverted person here that he should be ill, but if that should be the way to make him think, repent, and belive, I could earnestly pray for it. I believe the Lord has often … Continue reading

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Salvation Is Of The Lord

“Salvation is of the Lord, it is not of man, neither by man; neither is it of the will of man, nor of the flesh, nor of the blood, nor of birth, but of the will of God.  The purpose … Continue reading

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Like Martin Luther

“We must be like Martin Luther when he stood alone against the authority of the Roman Church, which had arrogated to itself such dictatorial power for so many long centuries. We must be like the Puritans, who were prepared to … Continue reading

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