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A.W. Pink

THE DOCTRINE OF RECONCILIATION Chapter 25 Its Reception-Concluded

A.W. PinkTHE DOCTRINE OF RECONCILIATION Chapter 25 Its Reception-Concluded There is a zeal which is not according to knowledge (Rom. 10:2), and the ecclesiastical history of the last three centuries supplies many sad examples of same. In opposing the Papist fiction of human merits, some went too far in the o... Read More
T. Austin-Sparks

The Blue of Heaven

T. Austin-SparksI would ask you to turn to God's picture book, the Old Testament, in two places: "And thou shalt make the robe of the ephod all of blue" (Exodus 28:31). "Speak unto the children of Israel, and bid them that they make them fringes in the borders of their garments throughout their generations, and tha... Read More
Arthur Blessitt

Glory - Part 2

Arthur BlessittHear this: But as truly as I live, all the earth shall be filled with the glory of the Lord (Numbers 14:21). Praise the Lord! Here is a promise made by God, made on the very authority of His own existence, As truly as I live. He has made a promise that is yet to take place, but shall. All the earth ... Read More
James Arminius

SUFFICIENCY & PERFECTION OF SCRIPTURES VS. HUMAN TRADITIONS

DISPUTATION 3 ON THE SUFFICIENCY AND PERFECTION OF THE HOLY SCRIPTURES IN OPPOSITION TO HUMAN TRADITIONS RESPONDENT: DE COIGNEE Because the Papists contend for unwritten traditions, against the entire perfection of Scripture, as if it were for every thing sacred and dear to them. that they may be ab... Read More
John Nelson Darby

2 Corinthians 1

John Nelson DarbyPaul was at Ephesus, intending to go to Corinth, but they were in such a bad state there that he could not go, but he wrote a letter, and then went up from Ephesus to Troas, in hope to meet Titus with an answer to his letter. He went into Macedonia, met Titus, and wrote them the second letter, now t... Read More
John Nelson Darby

Wilderness Grace

John Nelson DarbyWILDERNESS GRACE Exodus 17 Those who are familiar with the study of this part of scripture will remember that the history of Israel from the Red Sea to Sinai (that is, from the time of their deliverance out of Egypt until they placed themselves under law) contains an exceedingly remarkable testimony... Read More
Robert Anderson

Types in Hebrews

Robert AndersonTYPES IN HEBREWS CHAPTER 1 AUTHORSHIP THE authorship of Hebrews has been a subject of controversy during all the centuries. Was it written by the Apostle whose name it bears in our English Bibles. Or does the honour rest with Luke the Evangelist? The claims of Barnabas and Apollos, and also of Cleme... Read More
Walter Beuttler

Study Notes - Waiting for God

Walter BeuttlerA. THE NEED OF WAITING 1. What is to be observed from: (1) Lam. 3:25? That the seeking of God involves a waiting FOR God (2) Isa. 30:18? That God waits for men to wait for him (3) Prov. 8:34? That there is a promised blessedness to those that wait for him (4) Isa. 30:18? That this blessedness awaits... Read More
G.W. North

A Husbandly Covenant

G.W. NorthHOSEA, another mighty prophet of similar insight and understanding, says of his people that since altars had been to Israel to sin, then altars should be to them to sin. What a dreadful state of affairs this was. That which had been revealed to them as a means of blessing had irretrievably become a ... Read More
Miguel de Molinos

The Spiritual Guide to the Inward Way

Miguel de MolinosThe Author to the Reader. THERE is nothing more difficult, than to please all People, nor more easie and common than to censure Books that come abroad in the World. All Books, without exception, that see the light, run the common Risk of both these inconveniences, though they may be sheltered under ... Read More

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