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A.W. Pink

PRACTICAL CHRISTIANITY Part 2: Progress in the Christian Life Chapter 4 HEART WORK

A.W. PinkPRACTICAL CHRISTIANITY Part 2: Progress in the Christian Life Chapter 4 HEART WORK As well might a poor man expect to be rich in this world without industry, or a weak man to become strong and healthy without food and exercise, as a Christian to be rich in faith and strong in the Lord without earnes... Read More
A.W. Pink

Prayer - Revelation 1:5, 6, Part 2

A.W. PinkTwo evidences of the love of Christ for His people are mentioned in this prayer: His cleansing of them from their sins by His own blood, and His enriching of them by the dignities He bestows upon them. But there is also a third expression and manifestation of His love that, though not distinctly exp... Read More
A.W. Pink

THE DOCTRINE OF RECONCILIATION Chapter 11 Its Effectuation-Continued

A.W. PinkTHE DOCTRINE OF RECONCILIATION Chapter 11 Its Effectuation-Continued That which is here to engage our attention is the work performed by the Mediator in order to heal the breach between a righteous God and His sinful people and thus effect a mutual reconciliation. This will bring before us the most ... Read More
Andrew Murray

Waiting for the Spirit.

Andrew MurrayHe charged them to wait for the promise of the Father, which said he, ye heard from me.'-ACTS 1: 4. In the life of the Old Testament saints ,waiting was one of the loved words in which they expressed the posture of their souls towards God. They waited for God, and waited upon God. Sometimes we find ... Read More
T. Austin-Sparks

The Pierced Ear of the Servant

T. Austin-SparksReading: Ex. 21:5-6; Deut. 15:12-18. Here we have the ear of the servant, and right on the surface there lies the connection between love, the ear, and abiding service. Love here is connected with the bored ear, and becomes the basis of this continuous service which is something that is voluntarily ... Read More
William MacDonald

Keeping God's Commandments

William MacDonald“If ye love me, keep my commandments.” (John 14:15) Commandments? In the New Testament? Whenever people hear the word commandments, they immediately think legalism. But the two words are not synonymous. No one spoke more of commandments than the Lord Jesus, yet no one was less legalistic than He. Wh... Read More
William MacDonald

MARCH 10 - One Day at a Time

William MacDonald“The fruit of the Spirit is…temperance…” (Gal. 5:23) The preferred rendering of this last fruit of the Spirit is self-control. Temperance has become associated particularly with restraint in the use of intoxicating drinks. Self-control carries the thought of moderation or abstinence in every area of... Read More
William MacDonald

MARCH 11 - One Day at a Time

William MacDonald“Make friends quickly with your opponent at law while you are with him on the way; in order that your opponent may not deliver you to the judge, and the judge to the officer, and you be thrown into prison” (Mt. 5:25 NASB) One of the surface lessons we learn from this passage is that Christians shoul... Read More
Harmon A. Baldwin


"To retain perfect purity," says James Caughey, "requires a continual acting of faith upon the leading promises of the gospel." Jesus said, "Have faith in God." Isaiah says, "If ye will not believe, surely ye shall not be established (Isa. 7:9). Paul says, "To the end he may stablish your hearts unb... Read More
Herman Bavinck

The Divine and Human Nature of Christ

Herman BavinckThe testimony which, according to Scripture, Christ has given of Himself is developed and confirmed by the preaching of the apostles. The confession that a man, named Jesus, is the Christ, the Only-Begotten of the Father, is in such direct conflict with our experience and with all of our thinking, a... Read More

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