Reed, D. Allen – Fundamental Doctrines of the Bible

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Fundamental Doctrines of the Bible

By David Allen Reed

Contents:

PART I–Concerning God.

PART II–Concerning Man.

PART III–Concerning Sin.

PART IV–Concerning Redemption.

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Allen, R. – Missionary Methods: St. Paul’s or Ours?

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Missionary Methods: St. Paul’s or Ours?
By Roland Allen

In this 13 chapter book by Allen (Anglican), he presents to us the argument for returning to the NT way of doing missions. His proposition is highly motivated towards the 3 selfs (self-supporting, self-propogating, and self-governing). His chapters are Introduction, strategic points, class, moral and social condition, miracles, finances, the substance of Paul’s preaching, the teaching, the training of candidates for baptism and ordination, authority and discipline, unity, principles and spirit, and application.

This work is good for people preparing for a mission trip, starting a missionary church, or doing missionary work. It is a good missionary definition of what he is and does.

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Stalker, James – How to Study the Bible

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The purpose of this article is to give a few practical hints on the best ways of studying the Bible.
1. The Study of Texts

2. The Study of Books

3. The Study of Groups of Books

4. The Study of Doctrine

Whyte, Alexander – Lord Teach us to Pray(DCox)

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Lord, Teach us to Pray

Sermons on Prayer

by Alexander Whyte, D.D., LL.D.

CONTENTS

PART I Introductory and General

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Preface (This page at bottom)

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The Magnificence of Prayer  Luk_11:1  1 Peter_2:9 02 The Geometry of Prayer   Luk_11:1Isaiah_57:15 03 The heart of man and the heart of God  Luk_11:1Psa_62:8

PART II – Some Bible Types of Prayer

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Jacob-Wresting Luk_11:1  Genesis_32:30 05Moses-Making haste  Luk_11:1Exodus_34:8 06 Elijah-Passionate in Prayer  Luk_11:1James_5:17 07 Job-Groping    Luk_11:1Job_23:3 08 The Psalmist-Setting the Lord always before him Luk_11:1.Psalms_16:8 09 Habakkuk-On his watch-Tower   Luk_11:1Habakkuk_2:1 10 Our Lord-Sanctifying Himself    Luk_11:1-54:1 John_7:19 11 Our Lord-In the Garden    Luk_11:1Matthew_26:36 12 One of Paul’s Prayers   Luk_11:1Eph_3:14-21 One of Paul’s Thanksgivings    Luk_11:1Col_1:12-29 The man who knocked at midnight    Luk_11:1Luk_11:5-8

PART III – Some aspects of the way of prayer

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Prayer to the most high    Luk_11:1Hosea_7:16 16 The costliness of prayer    Luk_11:1Jeremiah_29:13 17 Reverence in Prayer    Luk_11:1Malachi_1:8 18 The pleading Note in prayer    Luk_11:1Isaiah_43:26 19 Concentration in prayer Luk_11:1Matthew_6:6 20 Imagination in prayer Luk_11:1 . Revelation_4:8 21 The forgiving spirit in prayer Luk_11:1 .Mark_11:25 22 The secret burden  Luk_11:1Zechariah_12:12 23 The endless quest  Luk_11:1Heb_9:6

 

 

Fortner, D.S. – What does it mean to be Reformed?

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What does it mean to be Reformed?

by Don S. Fortner

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This is a brief 5 chapter work on the Reformed Doctrines of Grace, more specifically, the errors or heresies related to it. Fortner is Calvinist by the way. His Heresies are 1) Necessary Consequence, Conditional Grace, Self-Righteous Assurance, Legalism, and Sacramentalism.

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Spurgeon, C.H. – Christ’s Incarnation the Foundation of Christianity

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Charles Spurgeon, in this 83 pages book, discussed the fact that God became man who would later die for our sins is the very essence of Christianity

 

 

 

 

Law, William-A Serious Call to a Devout and Holy Life

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A SERIOUS CALL TO A DEVOUT AND HOLY LIFE

ADAPTED TO THE STATE AND CONDITION OF ALL ORDERS OF CHRISTIANS

BY WILLIAM LAW, A.M. (1906 VERSION)

“He that hath ears to hear, let him hear. St. Luke 8:8. “And behold, I come quickly, and my reward is with me.” Revelation 12:12.

A SERIOUS CALL TO A DEVOUT AND HOLY LIFE

LIST OF OTHER WORKS

CONTENTS

1 Concerning the nature and extent of Christian devotion.

2 An inquiry into the reason, WHY the generality of Christians fall so far short of the holiness and devotion of Christianity.

3 Of the great danger and folly, of not intending to be as eminent and exemplary as we can, in the practice of all Christian virtues.

4 We can please God in no state or employment of life, but by intending and devoting it all to His honor and glory.

5 People that are free from the necessity of labor and employments, are to consider themselves as devoted to God in a higher degree.

6 Containing the great obligations, and the great advantages of making a wise and religious use of our estates and fortunes.

7 How the imprudent use of an estate corrupts all the tempers of the mind, and fills the heart with empty and ridiculous passions, through the whole course of life; represented in the character of FLAVIA.

8 How the wise and pious use of an estate naturally carries us to great perfection in all the virtues of the Christian life; represented in the character of MIRANDA.

9 Containing some reflections upon the life of Miranda, and showing how it may, and ought to be imitated by all of her sex.

10 Showing how all orders and ranks of men and women, of all ages, are obliged to devote themselves unto God.

11 Showing how great devotion fills our lives with the greatest peace and happiness that can be enjoyed in this world.

12 The happiness of a life wholly devoted to God farther proved, from the vanity, the sensuality, and the ridiculous poor enjoyments, which they are forced to take up with who live according to their own pleasures. This represented in various characters.

13 That not only a life of vanity, or sensuality, but even the most regular kind of life, that is not governed by great devotion, sufficiently shows its miseries and emptiness, to the eyes of all the world. This represented in various characters.

14 Concerning that part of devotion which relates to times and hours of prayer. Of daily early prayer in the morning. How we are to improve our forms of prayer, and how to increase the spirit of devotion.

15 Of chanting, or singing of psalms in our private devotions. Of the excellency and benefit of this kind of devotion. Of the great effects it has upon our hearts. Of the means of performing it in the best manner.

16 Recommending devotions at nine o’clock in the morning, called in Scripture the third hour of the day. The subject of these prayers is HUMILITY.

17 SHOWING HOW DIFFICULT THE PRACTICE OF HUMILITY IS MADE, BY THE GENERAL SPIRIT AND TEMPER OF THE WORLD. HOW CHRISTIANITY REQUIRES US TO LIVE CONTRARY TO THE WORLD.

18 Showing how the education which men generally receive in their youth makes the doctrines of humility difficult to be practiced. The spirit of a better education represented in the character of Paternus.

19 Showing how the method of educating daughters makes it difficult for them to enter into the spirit of Christian humility. How miserably they are injured and abused by such an education. The spirit of a better education, represented in the character of Eusebia.

20 Recommending devotion at twelve o’clock, called in Scripture the sixth hour of the day. This frequency of devotion equally desirable by all orders of people. UNIVERSAL LOVE is here recommended to be the subject of prayer at this hour. Of intercession, as an act of universal love.

21 Of the necessity and benefit of INTERCESSION, considered as an exercise of universal love. How all orders of men are to pray and intercede with God for one another. How naturally such intercession amends and reforms the hearts of those that use it.

22 Recommending devotion at three o’clock, called in Scripture the ninth hour of the day. The subject of prayer at this hour is RESIGNATION TO THE DIVINE PLEASURE. The nature and duty of conformity to the will of God, in all our actions and designs.

23 Of evening prayer. Of the nature and necessity of examination. How we are to be particular in the CONFESSION of all our sins. How we are to fill our minds with a just horror and dread of all sin.

24 The Conclusion. Of the excellency and greatness of a devout spirit.

APPENDICES

OF THE PRESENT EDITION

OF THE LIFE OF WILLIAM LAW

OF THE OPINIONS OF WILLIAM LAW

OF THE SERIOUS CALL

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Rossier, H.L. – John the Baptist

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John the Baptist.

by

H. Rossier.
Christian Friend vol. 14, 1887, p. 15 etc.
(This instructive little work is translated from the French.)

Chapter 1. The Nation and the Remnants. Luke 1-3.

Chapter 2. His Birth. Luk_1:15.

Chapter 3. John the Baptist in the Wilderness. Luk_1:80; Matthew 3.

Chapter 4. John the Baptist as Prophet. Matthew 3.

Chapter 5. John the Baptist as a Man and a Witness. John 1; Joh_3:28-31.

Chapter 6. Failure of John the Baptist. Matthew 11.

Chapter 7. John the Baptist’s Death. Mat_14:1-12; Mar_6:14-29.

 

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Chappell, Clovis G. – Sermons on Bible Characters

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Sermons by Clovis Chapell on the Bible Characters: Thomas, Jonah, Peter, Paul, Jonathan, The Woman of Sychar, Barnabas, Pharaoh, Jephthah, Elijah, the Philippian Jailer, Naomi, A Failure-the Busy Man, Jochebed, Manasseh, and a shrewd fool-the rich farmer.

 

Pink, Arthur – Heroes of the Faith

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THE HEROES OF FAITH

A. W. Pink
1886-1952
Contents

1. The Excellency of Faith (Heb. 11:1-3) ……………………………………………………………………………………………. 2

2. The Faith of Abel (Heb. 11:4)………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 7

3. The Faith of Enoch (Heb. 11:5-6) …………………………………………………………………………………………………. 11

4. The Faith of Noah (Heb. 11:6-7) ………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 15

5. The Call of Abraham (Heb. 11:8) …………………………………………………………………………………………………. 20

6. The Life of Abraham (Heb. 11:9-10) …………………………………………………………………………………………….. 25

7. The Faith of Sarah (Heb. 11:11-12) ………………………………………………………………………………………………. 29

8. The Perseverance of Faith (Heb. 11:13-14) ……………………………………………………………………………………. 33

9. The Reward of Faith (Heb. 11:15-16)……………………………………………………………………………………………. 37

10. The Faith of Abraham—Part One (Heb. 11:17-19) …………………………………………………………………………. 41

11. The Faith of Abraham—Part Two (Heb. 11:17-19) ………………………………………………………………………… 45

12. The Faith of Isaac (Heb. 11:20) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………. 49

13. The Faith of Jacob (Heb. 11:21) …………………………………………………………………………………………………… 53

14. The Faith of Joseph (Heb. 11:22) …………………………………………………………………………………………………. 57

15. The Faith of Moses’ Parents (Heb. 11:23) ……………………………………………………………………………………… 60

16. The Faith of Moses—Part One (Heb. 11:24-27)……………………………………………………………………………… 64

17. The Faith of Moses—Part Two (Heb. 11:25-26) …………………………………………………………………………….. 68

18. The Faith of Moses—Part Three (Heb. 11:26-27) …………………………………………………………………………… 72

19. The Faith of Moses—Part Four (Heb. 11:28) …………………………………………………………………………………. 76

20. The Faith of Israel—Part One (Heb. 11:29)……………………………………………………………………………………. 79

21. The Faith of Israel—Part Two (Heb. 11:30) …………………………………………………………………………………… 83

22. The Faith of Rahab (Heb. 11:31) ………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 88

23. The Faith of the Judges (Heb. 11:32)…………………………………………………………………………………………….. 92

24. The Achievements of Faith (Heb. 11:33-34) ………………………………………………………………………………….. 96

25. The Pinnacle of Faith—Part One (Heb. 11:35-36) ………………………………………………………………………… 100

26. The Pinnacle of Faith—Part Two (Heb. 11:37-38)………………………………………………………………………… 104

27. The Family of Faith (Heb. 11:39-40) …………………………………………………………………………………………… 107