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A.W. Pink

Prayer - Revelation 1:5, 6, Part 1

A.W. PinkThe prayer now before us really forms the closing part of the salutation and benediction of verses 4 and 5 of Revelation 1, in which "grace and peace" are sought from the triune God in His distinct persons: (1) "from him which is, and which was, and which is to come," that is, from Jehovah as the se... Read More
A.W. Pink


A.W. PinkWe have now arrived at a stage of our subject which we fear is not likely to be of much interest to many of our readers; yet we would ask them to kindly bear with us for the sake of those who are anxious to have a systematic exposition thereof. We write, therefore, for those who desire answers to su... Read More
John Gill

Attendance in Places of Religious Worship, Where the Divine Name is Recorded, Encouraged - Morning Sermon.

John GillAttendance In Places OF RELIGIOUS WORSHIP WHERE THE DIVINE NAME IS RECORDED, ENCOURAGED. Sermon I, Preached October 9, 1757, at the Opening of a New Place for Worship, in Carter-lane St. Olave’s-street, Southwark. EXODUS 20:24 1n all places, where I record my name, I will come unto thee, and I will ... Read More
John Gill

Of the Distinct Personality, and Deity of the Son.

John GillA Body of Doctrinal Divinity Book 1—Chapter 30 OF THE DISTINCT PERSONALITY, AND DEITY OF THE SON. That the Son of God is a person, and a divine person distinct from the Father and the Spirit, cannot be doubted; for since his Father is a person, and he is the "express image of his person", he must be... Read More
John Gill

Of the Lord's Prayer.

John GillA Body of PRACTICAL Divinity Book 3—Chapter 6 OF THE LORD’S PRAYER The whole Scripture directs to and furnishes with matter for prayer; but more particularly the prayer which is commonly called "The Lord’s Prayer," may be considered as a directory to it; and so it seems to be designed by our Lord, w... Read More
John Gill

Of the Names of God.

John GillA Body of Doctrinal Divinity Book 1—Chapter 3 OF THE NAMES OF GOD Being about to treat of God, and of the things of God, it may be proper to begin with his names: the names of persons and things are usually the first that are known of them; and if these are not known, it cannot be thought that much,... Read More
John Gill

Of the Omnipotence of God.

John GillA Body of Doctrinal Divinity Book 1—Chapter 8 OF THE OMNIPOTENCE OF GOD. Some of the names of God, in the Hebrew language, are thought to be derived from words which signify firmness and stability, strength and power; as Adonai, El, El-Shaddai, which latter is always rendered almighty, (Gen. 17:1; E... Read More
Paris Reidhead

Revelation of God

Paris ReidheadRevelation of God By Paris Reidhead* Shall we bow our hearts together as we come to the Word. Our Father, we thank and praise Thee that Thou hast been pleased to reveal Thy Son. Reveal Him again to us. We hear the cry of the Greek strangers that came and said, Sirs, we would see Jesus. Our eyes behe... Read More
Christian Apologetics

Are the New Testament themes found in the Old Testament?

The concepts in the New Testament were not derived out of thin air. Amos 3:7 says, "Surely the Lord God does nothing unless He reveals His secret counsel to His servants the prophets." What is mentioned in the New Testament is revealed in the Old Testament either clearly or in types and figures. Gen... Read More
Christian Apologetics

Jehovah's Witnesses

The purpose of this page is to provide quick cut and paste answers to common objections against Christianity. Each answer has been boiled down to a maximum of 255 characters, including spaces, to allow it to be pasted on all chat systems -- at least all that I checked. If you know of other basic que... Read More

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