Winning the World with Love

David Brandt Berg

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(Excerpts of a letter written to some missionaries in training.)

Members of any missionary team should be prayerfully chosen for their proven, self-sacrificial love for the lost; their close spiritual link with the Lord; and their tested ability to be led by Him in major decisions in the absence of earthly counselors or supervisors. They should also demonstrate a loving concern for their coworkers and those to whom they minister, and be able to get along with them. And of . . .  read more

“Be Faithful Until Death”

Just Be Faithful Today!

David Brandt Berg

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(Excerpts of a talk given one New Year’s Eve.)

One of the best verses that you could claim for the coming year—and for the rest of your life, for that matter—is: “Be faithful until death, and I will give you the crown of life” (Revelation 2:10).

Some people teach that this is referring to salvation. They say, “Well, if you always do the right . . .  read more

Become One

David Brandt Berg

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If the Lord has called you to a foreign field of service, it is important to learn the language of the land. You can’t very well tell people that you love them if you haven’t made the slightest attempt to learn their language, customs, culture, history, religion, characteristics, nationality traits, etc., which are all a part of them. You can hardly hope to understand them fully . . .  read more

The Oil Lamp

David Brandt Berg

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We need to learn to save the first place in our hearts and lives and time for Jesus. We belong to Him first of all, and the first place must belong to Him—for rest and prayer and fellowship with  . . .  read more

Change the World!

David Brandt Berg

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In 1913, a young man about twenty years old took a walking tour in the rural province of Provence (pronounced “Pró_váhnce”), in southern France. A walking tour is when you hike through the countryside with a backpack and sleeping bag, traveling mainly on back roads or trails and sleeping at campsites or local farms or villages.

Provence was a rather barren and desolate area at the time, as it had been almost totally denuded of trees due to overcutting and too-intensive . . .  read more