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Another Gospel by A.W. Pink

SATAN IS THE ARCH-counterfeiter. The Devil is now busy at work in the same field in which the Lord sowed the good seed. He is seeking to prevent the growth of the wheat by another plant, the tares, which closely resembles the wheat in appearance. In a word, by a process of imitation he is aiming to ... Read More

Being Real Christians by George Whitefield

The Great Necessity IF WE WERE BUT SENSIBLE of the great necessity there is, in this our day, of being real Christians, sure we should not be contented with being nominal ones; but we are sunk into I know not what; we are no better than baptized heathen. And how amazing is it, that we should profess... Read More

Christmas Evans by David Smithers

MR. EVANS, OFTEN CALLED "the John Bunyan of Wales", was born on Christmas Day in 1766. "He was eminently a man of prayer. Prayer was his daily bread, the very breath of his spirit. He considered himself entitled, through Christ, to all the blessings of the gospel, and came boldly to the throne of gr... Read More

Conformed to the Image of Christ by Alan Redpath

Obstacles To Be Overcome THERE IS NO TYPE of service any of us can undertake which is beset with so much potential as is the service of the Master. On the one hand, there is so much that is rewarding, and on the other hand, so much that is disappointing. Many are the obstacles to be overcome and man... Read More

Glorify Christ by H.C.G. Moule

The One Ruling Consideration IT WAS A SECRET AS deep but also as simple as possible; it was the Lord Jesus Christ. Really and literally, Jesus Christ was the one ruling consideration for St. Paul; not himself, his claims, position, influence, feelings; not even the Church. To him the Church was ines... Read More

God Glorified in Dependence by Jonathan Edwards

The Greeks Seek After Wisdom ”THAT NO FLESH SHOULD glory in his presence. But of him are ye in Christ Jesus, who of God is made unto us wisdom, and righteousness, and sanctification, and redemption: that, according as it is written, He that glorieth, let him glory in the Lord.” I Corinthians. 1:29-3... Read More

James Caughey by David Smithers

J.A. STEWART HAS RIGHTLY said, "Apart from the mighty enduement of the Spirit of Pentecost, all our Gospel services will be in vain. The natural, unregenerate man cannot comprehend the things of the Spirit. His darkened mind can only be enlightened by the divine intervention of God, the Holy Ghost. ... Read More

John Wesley by David Smithers

JOHN WESLEY WAS A man mighty in faith and prayer. Time and again people possessed with devils were brought to him and in answer to prayer the demons were cast out. Not only were evil spirits cast out, but the sick were healed as well. As Wesley preached, the power of God often came upon his listener... Read More

Picture of a Prophet by Leonard Ravenhill

THE PROPHET IN HIS day is fully accepted of God and totally rejected by men. Years back, Dr. Gregory Mantle was right when he said, "No man can be fully accepted until he is totally rejected." The prophet of the Lord is aware of both these experiences. They are his "brand name." The group, challenge... Read More

The Apostolic Whitefield! by Greg Gordon

Joy Unspeakable THE NAME GEORGE WHITEFIELD brings some recognition but at that very little. No schools, churches, organizations are named after him. Yet in heaven this man is well known! For he was a humble servant amongst men but a giant with God. By the age of 21 he was the most well known preache... Read More

The Coming Prince by Sir Robert Anderson

Deep Solemnity "AND POWER WAS GIVEN him over all kindreds, and tongues, and nations; and all that dwell upon the earth shall worship him, whose names are not written in the book of life of the Lamb" (Revelation 13:7, 8). Of the events which afterwards must follow upon earth, it behooves us to speak ... Read More

The Cross and Revival by Jesse Penn-Lewis

IF WE LOOK BACK AT the messages of the preceding meetings we can see why Revival comes into view at this juncture. In the Revival in Wales the outstanding theme was the message of Calvary. It is only when we see the Cross as the centre, and the basis of all the working of the Holy Spirit that Reviva... Read More

The Darkeness of Golgotha by G. Campbell Morgan

Christ And The Cross THERE'S ALWAYS THE danger that we might read this verse too quickly. We treat it too often as though it were merely the record of something incidental. As a matter of fact, it is the central verse in the story of the cross. Indeed, the cross itself is not mentioned in the verse-... Read More

The Godly Person Weeps by Thomas Boston

CHRIST CALLS HIS SPOUSE His "dove" (Song 2:14). The dove is a weeping creature. Grace dissolves and liquefies the soul, causing a spiritual thaw. The sorrow of the heart runs out at the eye. A godly heart grieves that it is not more holy. It troubles him that he falls short of the rule and standard ... Read More

The Holy Are Humble by A.W. Tozer

THE CHURCH IN AMERICA suffered a greater loss than she has since discovered when she rejected the example of good men and chose for her pattern the celebrity of the hour. Human greatness cannot be determined by popularity polls nor by the number of lines any man rates in the public press. It is alto... Read More

Time For Judgement by Vance Havner

Judgment Must Begin AT The House Of God "FOR THE TIME HAS COME that judgment must begin at the house of God; and if it first begin with us, what shall the end be of them that obey not the gospel of God? And if the righteous scarcely be saved, where shall the ungodly and the sinner appear?" 1 Peter 4... Read More

Troublemakers in the Church by David Wilkerson

WE NEED MORE TROUBLEMAKERS in the church! I pray that every member of the body of Christ would become a troublemaker! We need an army of troublemakers who have become so full of the Holy Ghost they will stir up and trouble New York City and every other city around the world; trouble their wicked ins... Read More

True Repentance by C.H. Spurgeon

TRUE REPENTANCE IS ALWAYS accompanied by sorrow. It has been said by some of those of modern times who disparage repentance that repentance is "nothing but a change of mind." These words sound as if there was merely some superficial meaning to them; and so, indeed, they are intended by those who use... Read More

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