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Slick, M – Essential Doctrines Of Christianity

The Bible itself reveals those doctrines that are essential to the Christian faith.  They are 1) the Deity of Christ, 2) Salvation by Grace, 3) Resurrection of Christ, 4) the gospel, and 5) monotheism.  These are the doctrines the Bible says are necessary.

This small article could very well determine whether you are in or out of the Christian Faith

Litmus Test: You have to believe items 1-5 to be in the Christian Faith.

 

Used with permission from www.carm.org

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Hocking, W J – Studies In The Gospel Of Mark

Studies in the Gospel of Mark

W. J. Hocking.

Section 1 The Gospel of Jesus Christ
Section 2 The Quotations from the Old Testament
Section 3 The Baptism of Jesus and the Witness from Heaven
Section 4 The Wild Beasts and the Angels
Section 5 Jehovah’s Servant Preaching
Section 6 The Call of the Four Fishermen
Section 7 A Sabbath at Capernaum
Section 8 Evening and Morning (First Day) at Capernaum
Section 9 The Leper Touched and Cleansed
Section 10 Out of Weakness made Strong
Section 11 Publicans Enter the Kingdom
Section 12 Fasting and Feasting
Section 13 The Servant of Jehovah the Lord of the Sabbath
Section 14 A Merciful Deed on the Sabbath
Section 15 A Summarized Statement of Service
Section 16 The Appointment of the Twelve
Section 17 Opposition by Friends and Foes
Section 18 Obedience the Test of Relationship
Section 19 The Sower, the Seed and the Soils
Section 20 The Hearing Ear and the Mystery of the Kingdom
Section 21 The First Parable Interpreted
Section 22 Shining in Public: Growing in Secret
Section 23 The Surprising Growth of a Tiny Seed
Section 24 The Servant’s Word Stilling the Wind and the Sea
Section 25 The Pitiable Plight of Legion
Section 26 Legion Delivered and the Swine Destroyed
Section 27 The Petition of Jairus
Section 28 The Woman’s Touch of Faith
Section 29 The Dead Child Restored
Section 30 Rejection at Nazareth
Section 31 The Twelve Commissioned
Section 32 John’s rebuke of Herod’s sin
Section 33 The Death of the Forerunner
Section 34 The Servant of Jehovah as the Shepherd of Israel
Section 35 Marshalling Into Order
Section 36 The Pathway over the Stormy Sea
Section 36b The Appearance of Jesus
Section 37 The Morning Without Clouds
Section 38 Vain Ablutions
Section 39 The Word of God and the Tradition of Men
Section 40 The True Source of Man’s Defilement
Section 41 Crumbs of Grace for Gentile Dogs
Section 42 The Deaf Stammerer Healed
Section 43 Another Miraculous Meal
Section 44 The Grieved Servant of Jehovah
Section 45 Dim Vision Made Clear
Section 46 Jehovah’s Anointed Servant disowned

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Cowper, William Page

William Cowper was an English poet and hymnodist. One of the most popular poets of his time, Cowper changed the direction of 18th century nature poetry by writing of everyday life and scenes of the English countryside. Wikipedia

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Torrey, R.A. – How God Guides

How God Guides
by R. A. Torrey
(1856-1928)

“Yet I am always with you; you hold me by my right hand.
You guide me with your counsel, and afterward
you will take me into glory.”
Psalm 73:23-24

This is a single chapter work by Torrey on how God guides the believer. Continue reading

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Dibble, S. – Thoughts on Missions

Thoughts on Missions
by Sheldon Dibble
Missionary in the Sandwich Islands.

Go ye into all the world, and preach the Gospel to every creature.–MARK 16:15.
Go–teach all nations.–MATT. 28:19.
Prove all things–hold fast that which is good.–1 THES. 5:21.

Published in 1844 by the American Tract Society, 150 Nassau-Street, New-York.

n this 8  chapter work, Dibble (Presbyterian, Missionary) presents us with thoughts on missions (also this work in title “A Voice from Abroad”). His chapters are the true spirit of missions, christian stewardship, guilt of neglecting the Heathen, the Saviour’s last command, laymen called to the field of missions, claims of missions on ministers of influence, the import of the great commission, and trials to be met.

CONTENTS.

CHAPTER I. THE TRUE SPIRIT OF MISSIONS. PAGE.

Lowliness and condescension, like our Saviour’s, essential to missionary character, 18

The true Missionary is ready, like Christ, to endure suffering for the good of others, 21

The true Missionary, like his Master, waits not to be urged and entreated, 24

The true Missionary, like the Saviour, feels no less compassion and love to the heathen on account of their ingratitude and enmity towards him, 26

CHAPTER II. CHRISTIAN STEWARDSHIP.

All we have belongs to God, 32

To occupy all our powers for God, we must equal the engagedness and enterprise of worldly men, 34

How much faithful stewards may consume on themselves and children, 40

The best use of a large capital, 46

Money not the main thing needed, 50

The luxury and honor of being God’s stewards, 56

CHAPTER III. GUILT OF NEGLECTING THE HEATHEN.

Prospects of the heathen for eternity, 64

Peculiar advantages of the American churches to carry abroad the Gospel of Christ, 69

Do we pray for the heathen as much as we ought? 73

Do we give as much as we ought to evangelize the heathen? 75

Do we go and instruct the heathen as we ought? 81

Why are the heathen lost? 85

CHAPTER IV. THE SAVIOUR’S LAST COMMAND.

Excuses of Christians for not doing more to evangelize the heathen, 102

CHAPTER V. LAYMEN CALLED TO THE FIELD OF MISSIONS.

Labors of the first disciples, dispersed from Jerusalem by persecution, 111

To elevate all nations requires a great variety of laborers, 116

Feasibility, 126

Reasons why laymen should engage in the work of Missions, 130

CHAPTER VI. CLAIMS OF MISSIONS ON MINISTERS OF INFLUENCE.

Separation of Barnabas and Saul for the Missionary work, 134

The present distribution of ministers anti-apostolic, 141

Insufficient excuses of pastors for remaining at home, 147

Other excuses of pastors that have weight, but are not sufficient, 155

Necessity that some pastors of influence and talent should become Missionaries, 161

Some excuses common to pastors and to candidates for the ministry, 169

CHAPTER VII. IMPORT OF THE GREAT COMMISSION.

Responsibility not peculiar to Missionaries, 178

The fallacy of endeavoring to convert the world by proxy, 181

No cheap or easy way of converting the world, 191

Some rules that may be of use in agitating the question of becoming Missionaries, 194

CHAPTER VIII. TRIALS TO BE MET.

Difficulties in the way of training children on heathen ground, 201

Reasons in the minds of Missionaries for not sending their children home, 210

Other thoughts about Missionaries’ children, 218

Entire consecration of children, not a duty peculiar to Missionaries, 222

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