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Archive for 2009

May 11, 2009

Ignoring Life’s Dream Breakers One of the principles of staying young has to do with clinging to your dreams. Dr. Forrest never lost sight of this fact. He wrote, “What dreams I dreamed for the school.” This statement was included in Achieving The Impossible with God, the book he wrote with the help of Lorrene […]



April 27, 2009

Dare to Trust Him! During a week long revival at the Gospel Tabernacle in New York City, Dr. Forrest could not shake the thought of a debt that had to be paid when he returned to Toccoa. He prayed that while he was there someone would offer financial help, but this had not happened. Then […]



April 20, 2009

Lights that Burn Brightly Luke records an incident where John the Baptist was answering questions from those who came to be baptized. “Some soldiers were questioning him saying, ‘And what about us, what shall we do?’ And he said to them, ‘Do not take money from anyone by force, or accuse anyone falsely, and be […]



April 10, 2009

What Became of Judas? The first vacancy in the apostolate was a tragedy. Here is one who had had all the privileges as a follower of Jesus Christ. But sadly, his friendship with Jesus did not change his heart. It was closed to the Savior. Amidst a holy atmosphere, he kept his heart tightly shut. […]



March 30, 2009

Achieve The Impossible Have you ever faced a situation that seemed impossible? Most of us have. We look at the task and say, “I can’t do that.” Or “It is beyond my ability.” Mrs. Forrest once wrote concerning the early days at Toccoa Falls College, “Lord, we need Your help because we are not equal […]



March 23, 2009

No Explanation Needed “Therefore, be on the alert—for you do not know when the master of the house is coming, whether in the evening, at midnight, or when the rooster crows, or in the morning.” (Mark 13:35) Have you ever stopped to think how many times God does not explain why some things happen? Sure, […]



March 16, 2009

The Ship that went to Conakry “Be strong and courageous, for you shall go with this people into the land which the Lord has sworn to their fathers to give to them” (Deuteronomy 31:7). During the Forrest’s trip around the world in 1930, Mrs. Forrest became gravely ill. She wrote in her diary that the […]



March 9, 2009

Mingled with Joy The 1930’s were years packed with anxiety, dread, and fear. Like today, there was very little security to be found in worldly possessions. Yet, the students, faculty and staff at Toccoa Falls College saw these years as being times that were “mingled with joy.” And we can do the same. “To be […]



February 23, 2009

A Present Good Often, when we think of Joseph’s situation in Egypt where he was “shut up in faith” to God, we pray to be more like him. We love reading the account of his steadfast spirit and unwavering hope. But when we drift out on to stormy seas, we cry, “Lord, take away this […]



February 16, 2009

Be Still There will be times when God has not given you the freedom to go forward or to turn back. He has only given you the reassurance that you can do one thing: stand still and know that He is God. For the most part, we are people of action. We hear a rumor […]



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