While the fire of God is falling, While the voice of God is calling, Brothers, get the flame. While the torch of God is burning, Men's weak efforts overturning, Christians, get the flame.

While the Holy Ghost is pleading, Human methods superseding, He himself the flame. While the power hard hearts are bending, Yield thy own, to Him surrendering, All to get the flame.

For the world at last is waking, And beneath His spell is breaking, Into living flame. And our glorious Lord is seeking, Human hearts, to rouse the sleeping, Fired with the heavenly flame.

If in utter self-surrender, You would work with Christ, remember, You must get the flame. For the sake of bruised and dying, And the lost in darkness lying, We must get the flame.

For the sake of Christ in glory, And the spreading of the story, We must get the flame. Oh, my soul, for thy refining, And the clearer, brighter shining, Do not miss the flame.

On the Holy Ghost relying, Simply trusting and not trying, You will get the flame. Brothers, let us cease our dreaming, And while God's flood-tide is steaming, We will have the flame.
--Evan Roberts

Accept Your Worth
by John G. Lake

At what point do we start thinking of our worth through His eyes?  If it's true that the value of something is measured by what someone else will pay, than we need to rethink our worth.  Do we ever acknowledge who we are before Him?  Please don't misunderstand; I am not encouraging arrogance or cockiness.  But would it honor Him more if we believed that he actually did a good enough job in saving us, and that we really are saved?  Doesn't it honor Him more when His children no longer see themselves only as sinner saved by grace, but now as heirs of God?