Spurgeon, C.H. – Words of Counsel for Workers

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CONTENTS.

AN EARNEST MAN
ANGELS VISIT SODOM
WORKERS WHO ARE SUCCESSFUL
GIANTS AND DWARFS
OBEDIENCE
“ONLY BE THOU STRONG AND VERY COURAGEOUS
ACCORDING TO YOUR FAITH
THE KIND OF LABORERS WANTED
A YOUNG CONVERT AND SUCCESSFUL WORKER
“WITH GOOD WILL, DOING GOOD SERVICE
A GREAT LEADER AND GOOD SOLDIERS
IN THE SUNDAY SCHOOL
HARD WORK AND ITS REWARD
WORKERS READING TO PROFIT
“THE HARVEST TRULY IS PLENTEOUS
SAVE THE CHILDREN
SAVING A SOUL FROM DEATH
RESTORING THOSE WHO HAVE ERRED
THE WEEPING SOWER

Spurgeon, C.H. – Words of Warning for Daily Life

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CONTENTS.

THE GREAT WORLD-PRISON AND THE LIBERATOR THE ONLY SALVATION
THOSE WHO TAKE NOT WARNING
HOW TO GET SAVING FAITH
RUNNING FOR A PURPOSE
THE COURSE OF THE WICKED
COMING TO CHRIST
THE GOSPEL FEAST
WARNINGS TO CERTAIN SINNERS
CHRIST THE SON OF MAN
THE GREAT REMEDY
THE KISS OF RECONCILIATION
“THOUGH ONE ROSE FROM THE DEAD
THE CASTLE OF SELF
ON HALTING BETWEEN TWO OPINIONS

Pink, Arthur – Heroes of the Faith

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The Heroes of the Faith

A. W. Pink
1886-1952

Pink's The Heroes of the Faith

Pink’s The Heroes of the Faith

The object of the Christian’s hope is an expression of his faith. This is an actual presence in his heart and mind and thinking. One’s faith flows abundantly from one’s beliefs, what one “does not see” but even so, is assured that it is real. This is our future viewed through the eyes of faith. It is the bond between what God says will happen, and what we believe so much that we live out our lives based on those beliefs. Faith is a bond between our heart and soul and what God has promised us.

This reality shows itself in our life, and this is where Pink examines heroes of the faith, and how their faith has actually brought about a present reality from this future outlook.

Pink examines and explains this from Hebrews 11, God’s list of great heroes of the faith. In each of these cases, God uses an individual who has lived his life different because of the promises of God that have so gripped him or her, that they can no longer live “normal” lives, but live a life showing God in that life that they live.
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Lawson, George – God’s Agency in War (wlue777)

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Does God punish nations for their wickedness under the Christian dispensation as He did during Old Testament times? If He did not we should have to discontinue the use of many of the Psalms in the praise of God. David often speaks of the righteousness of God’s judgment against the nations, and if it were a glorious expression of the Divine justice in the days of old to punish guilty nations, why is it to be thought that He is now weary of exhibiting such specimens of the excellency of His administration? It is still true that the Lord of hosts will be exalted in judgment and that His holiness will be sanctified in righteousness. The kingdom of our Lord Jesus Christ had not been long established in the world before a wrath came upon Judah to the uttermost, because that people had killed Jesus the Savior, and slain the Prophets and Apostles whom He sent unto them (Mat_22:7; 1Th_2:16).

Dix, Morgan – Seven Deadly Sins

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Contents

1. General Introduction

2. Pride

3. Anger

4. Covetousness

5. Lust

6. Envy, Gluttony, Sloth

 

To all those who dread the power of sin and, by the grace of God, desire to live soberly, righteously, and godly in this present world

Krummacher, F.W. – The Suffering Savior

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PREFACE

In the following meditations I trust I have succeeded in displaying to my readers at least a portion of those riches which are contained in the inexhaustible treasury of our Savior’s sufferings. Unmutilated scriptural truth, such as I believe I promulgate, still finds a favorable reception in the world, which I have been permitted to experience in the most gratifying manner. I mention it, solely to the praise of God, and for the satisfaction of those who are like-minded, that my writings, or at least a part of them, are, as I hear, already translated into English, French, Dutch, Swedish, and as I am assured, though I cannot vouch for the fact, into the Danish language also. My “Elijah the Tishbite” has even appeared in a Chinese attire. But that which is of greater importance, is the news I am constantly receiving of the manifold blessing which the Lord of his great and unmerited favor has bestowed upon my labors. That in his condescension and loving-kindness, He would also deign to bless this my most recent work is so much the more my heartfelt wish and ardent prayer, since it has for its subject the chief supporting pillar of the whole church

The division of the work into the “Outer Court,” the “Holy Place,” and the “Most Holy Place,” is intended merely to point out the different stages of the Redeemer’s sufferings, from their commencement to their close, but by no means to attach a less or greater importance to them. Had the latter been the case, I would naturally have assigned the institution of the Lord’s Supper its appropriate place in the “Most Holy Place,” instead of the “Outer Court.” But in the plan of this volume, it falls among the class of events, which immediately precede the propitiatory work of the Mediator.

 

Fawcett, John – Christ Precious to Those Who Believe

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Christ Precious to Those Who Believe

By John FawcettThe preciousness of Jesus Christ, to those who believe — practically considered and improved.
by John Fawcett

“It is my earnest wish that this little book may be of service to enkindle and promote devout affection to Christ, in those who may peruse it.”

“Yes, He is very precious to you who believe!” 1 Peter 2:7


PART 1

Chapter I. Introductory Remarks
Chapter II. The CHARACTER of the people, to whom Christ is precious

PART 2

Chapter III. The EVIDENCE believers give, that Christ is precious to them

Section 1. They trust their everlasting concerns in his hands
Section 2. They delight to think of him, to hear of him, and to speak of him
Section 3. They are grateful for the benefits they receive from him
Section 4. They prefer him to every other object, and give him the chief place in their affections
Section 5. They sincerely desire his presence, and long to enjoy intimate communion with him
Section 6. They are concerned that others may know and love him
Section 7. They are grieved when he is dishonored
Section 8. They are ready to deny themselves for him
Section 9. They are distressed by their lack of conformity to his blessed image and holy will
Section 10. They adhere to him in all conditions
Section 11. They are concerned to make his glory the chief end of their actions
Section 12. They long to be with him

PART 3

Chapter IV. In what WAYS Jesus Christ is precious to those who believe

Section 1. His History is precious to them
Section 2. His Person is precious to them
Section 3. His Names are precious to them
Section 4. His Offices and Characters are precious to them
Section 5. His Blood and Righteousness are precious to them

PART 4

Section 6. His Love is precious to them
Section 7. His Throne is precious to them
Section 8. His Doctrine is precious to them
Section 9. His Promises are precious to them
Section 10. His Commands are precious to them
Section 11. His Ways are precious to them
Section 12. His People are precious to them
Section 13. His Interests are precious to them
Section 14. His Day and his House are precious to them
Section 15. His Benefits are precious to them
Section 16. His Chastisements are precious to them
Section 17. His Example is precious to them

PART 5

Chapter 5. Practical improvement of the subject

New World Translation of Bible

New World Translation

New World TranslationNew World Translation
By Jehovah’s Witness Organization

This is the New World Translation of the Bible, the official version of the Jehovah’s Witnesses, and it was submitted to me by a website visitor.

Quite frankly I doubt that there is a definite translation for the Jehovah’s Witnesses. As they combat many who point out that their doctrines and practices are not biblical, they make changes accordingly to their Bible translation to help their case as it is very obvious that the Bible does not support their doctrines. Specifically they attack the deity of Jesus Christ, and this is persuasive in Scripture, and so every time they come across a new argument, they adapt and change without warrant the Bible to support their organization.

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The Modern Literal Version (New Testament), 2014 Edition.

The Modern Literal Version

The Modern Literal Version

The goal of the MLV translators was to make this translation as literal as possible while still being able to be understood.  It comes highly recommended.  For more information about the Modern Literal Version (including how to purchase it in print with extra-wide margins for notes).

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Read online at http://www.christianlibrary.org/bibles/MLV/mlvindex.htm

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