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Oasis - Daily Refreshment for the Thirsty Soul

The Psalmist once said, “O God, thou art my God; early will I seek thee: my soul thirsteth for thee, my flesh longeth for thee in a dry and thirsty land, where no water is” (Ps. 63:1).

Are you in need of spiritual restoration? Do you long to be encouraged in your Christian life? Are you thirsty for God? This world is often a desert place, where dry spells can parch the soul of the child of God. OASIS is a deep reservoir of spiritual refreshing for the weary and thirsty. Come aside for awhile, and drink deep from the wells of spiritual refreshment with a devotional reading for each day of the year. Be challenged and refreshed from God’s Word and the wise words of fellow Christians, both past and present, and be inspired in your daily walk with Christ.

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 “O God, thou art my God; early will I seek thee: my soul thirsteth for thee, my flesh longeth for thee in a dry and thirsty land, where no water is” (Ps. 63:1).

Christ is my Savior. He is my life. He is everything to me in Heaven and earth. Once while traveling in a sandy region, I was tired and thirsty. Standing on the top of a mound, I looked for water. The sight of a lake at a distance brought joy to me, for now I hoped to quench my thirst. I walked toward it for a long time, but I could never reach it. Afterwards, I found out it was a mirage, only a mere appearance of water caused by the refracted rays of the sun. In reality there was none.

In a like manner I was moving about the world in search of the water of life. The things of this world—wealth, position, honor, and luxury looked like a lake; and by drinking of those waters, I hoped to quench my spiritual thirst. But I could never find a drop of water to quench the thirst of my heart. I was dying of thirst. When my spiritual eyes were opened, I saw the rivers of living water flowing from His pierced side. I drank of it and was satisfied. Thirst was no more. —Sadhu Sundar Singh

Thirsty hearts are those whose longings have been wakened by the touch of God within them. —A. W. Tozer

When we add desperation to spiritual hunger, we become irresistible to God. —Michael Meadows

Just because you found God does not mean you should stop seeking Him. —Source Unknown

We might be wise to follow the insight of the enraptured heart, rather than the more cautious reasoning of the theological mind. —A. W. Tozer

When you are going through difficulty and wonder where God is, remem­ber that the teacher is always quiet during the test. —Source Unknown



Fervent Love

“Above all things have fervent charity among yourselves” (1 Pet. 4:8).

The only thing which is not consumed by burning is my soul. Fire is the death of my body, but fire is the life of my soul.

When my goods are burned, they perish. But when my soul takes fire for the first time, it begins to live. It is then the hunger for fire that consumes my soul. It is because I have so little enthusiasm that I have so little life. The worm of worldly care gnaws at my heart just because there is no fire in my heart to destroy it. My force is wasted by its expenditure on myself. I want something to lift me out of myself in order that I may be strong. Nothing can lift me out of myself but fire, the fire of the heart—love.

If I could only be kindled into love, the last enemy would be conquered—death. Love would consume all my cares, but it would give new strength to me. There might be a wilderness around me, but my bush would be glori­ous—luminous. It would be seen afar off by all the travelers in the desert. It would be a light to lighten the ages, untouched by passing clouds, undimmed by flying years.

My heart would never be consumed if only it could burn. —George Matheson

To the Church, Pentecost brought light, power, joy. There came to each believer illumination of mind, assurance of heart, intensity of love, fullness of power, exuberance of joy. No one needed to ask if they had received the Holy Spirit. The most common bush ablaze with the presence of God becomes a miracle of glory. Indifference is impossible where the preacher is a flame of fire. Fire is self-evident! . . ..

God is love; God is fire. The two are one. The Holy Spirit baptizes in fire. Spirit-filled souls are ablaze for God. They love with a love that glows. They believe with a faith that kindles. They serve with a devotion that consumes. They hate sin with a fierceness that burns. They rejoice with a joy that radi­ates. Love is perfected in the fire of God. —Samuel Chadwick




Outlook in Difficulty


“We ourselves glory in you . . . for your patience and faith in all your persecutions” (2 Thess. 1:4).

The grass is not, in fact, always greener on the other side of the fence. Fences have nothing to do with it. The grass is greenest where it is watered. When crossing over fences, carry water with you and tend the grass wherever you may be. —Robert Fulgham

There are no disappointments to those whose wills are buried in the will of God. —C. S. Lewis

Life becomes wonderfully simple when you have only One Person to please. —Source Unknown

You do not move ahead by constantly looking in a rearview mirror. The past is a rudder to guide you, not an anchor to drag you. We must learn from the past but not live in the past. —Warren Wiersbe

Faith enables us so to rejoice in the Lord that our infirmities become platforms for the display of His grace. —Charles Spurgeon

The whole of life is a test, a trial of what is in us, so arranged by God Himself. —William S. Plumer

Shall light troubles make you forget weighty miracles? —John Flavel

The greatest waste in the world is the difference between what we are and what we could become. —Ben Herbster

Personal agendas melt in the light of God’s presence. —Les Ollila

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Deep Fire - Spiral Bound

Harold Vaughan

ISBN-10: 0-942889-20-7
ISBN-13: 978-0-9428-8920-8

Deep Fire Daily Devotional UPDATED, REFORMATTED, and REPRINTED! 

New Spiral-bound Edition

Most article-type devotionals replaced with Themed Quotes

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The Hidden Life Of Prayer

David M. MacIntyre

The Hidden Life of Prayer is one of the classics on the subject of prayer. MacIntyre draws from the Scripture, other devotional writers, and experience to encourage and equip the believer in this important exercise. It is one of the best books on prayer I have ever read. It contains many tremendous quotes that will inspire your soul. This small book contains a wealth of informaiton that has deeply impacted, and fed, conutless hungary hearts. - Harold Vaughan

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1. The Life of Prayer ......................................... 5
2. The Equipment..............................................11
3. The Direction of the Mind............................17
4. The Engagement: Worship.........................25
5. The Engagement: Confession................... 31
6. The Engagement: Request ....................... 37
7. The Hidden Riches of the Secret Place… 42
8. The Open Recompense ............................. 47

1. The Life of Prayer

“My God. Thy creature answers, Thee.”—Alfred de Musset
“The love of Christ is my prayer-book.”—Gerhard Tersteegen
“Prayer is the key of heaven; the Spirit helps faith to turn this key.”
—Thomas Watson
In one of the cathedrals of Northern Europe an exquisite group in high relief represents the prayer life. It is disposed in three panels. The first of these reminds us of the apostolic precept, “Pray without ceasing.” We see the front of a spacious temple which opens on the market-place. The great square is strewn with crowds of eager men, gesticulating, bargaining—all evidently intent on gain. But One, who wears a circlet of thorn, and is clothed in a garment woven without seam from the top throughout, moves silently through the clamorous crowds, and subdues to holy fear the most covetous heart.
The second panel displays the precincts of the temple, and serves to illustrate the common worship of the Church. White-robed ministers hasten here and there. They carry oil for the lamp, and water for the laver, and blood from the altar; with pure intention, their eyes turned towards the unseen glory, they fulfill the duties of their sacred calling.
The third panel introduces us to the inner sanctuary. A solitary worshipper has entered within the veil, and hushed and lowly in the presence of God, bends before the glancing Shekinah. This represents the hidden life of prayer of which the Master spoke in the familiar words, “But thou, when thou prayest, enter into thy closet, and when thou hast shut thy door, pray to thy Father which is in secret; and thy Father which seeth in secret shall reward thee openly.” (Mat 6:6).
Our Lord takes it for granted that His people will pray. And indeed in Scripture generally the outward obligation of prayer is implied rather than asserted. Moved by a divinely-implanted instinct, our natures cry out for God, for the living God. And however this instinct may be crushed by sin, it awakes to power in the consciousness of redemption. Theologians of all schools, and Christians of every type, agree in their recognition of this principle of the new life. Chrysostom has said, “The just man does not desist from praying until he ceases to be just;” and Augustine, “He that loveth little prayeth little, and he that loveth much prayeth much;” and Richard Hooker, “Prayer is the first thing wherewith a righteous life beginneth, and the last wherewith it doth end;” and Père la Combe, “He who has a pure heart will never cease to pray, and he who will be constant in prayer shall know what it is to have a pure heart;” and Bunyan, “If thou art not a praying person, thou art not a Christian;” and Richard Baxter, “Prayer is the breath of the new creature;” and George Herbert, “Prayer…the soul’s blood.”

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Now That I'm Revived ... What's Next?

12.00 Various Speakers

1 MP3 Disc

Special messages by the following dynamic speakers:

  1. Satan's Plan For Revival by Jack Palmer
  2. Detours, Dead Ends, and Dry Holes by Del Fehzenfeld
  3. What I Have Learned About Personal Revivalby Harold Vaughan

Prayer Advance Classics, Vol. 1-4

35.00 Various Speakers

4 Volumes

The Prayer Advance Classics Series is a collection of message sets containing some of the greatest and most powerful sermons preached at the Christ Life Ministries’ Prayer Advances throughout the years. Get all four MP3 volumes for a special price!

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How To Minister To Hurting People

Harold Vaughan

"It is vital to know how to minister to people in crisis. In doing this, your deportment and spirit are just as important as your words. In fact, it is often your presence that ministers far more than what you say. The fresher the grief, the fewer the words you need to speak...There is a world of hurting people you can touch with God’s love." 

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The Believer's Autobiography

Harold Vaughan

Scripture-based Confessions of an Overcomer!

I am who God says I am...
I have what God says I have...
I can do what God says I can do!

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Steps to a Pure Heart / How to Have a Personal Revival Card

Jonathan Edwards - A.W. Tozer

The front side of this 4 x 6 inch card gives six 'Steps to a Pure Heart" written by Jonathan Edwards.  

The back side of the card lists ten steps on "How to Have a Personal Revival" written by A.W. Tozer.

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Holy Club Questions Card

John Wesley

These are the 22 questions the members of John Wesley's Holy Club asked themselves each day in their private devotions.

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