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Ralph Erskine

Heaven's Grand Repository

Ralph Erskine"The Father loveth the Son, and hath given all things into his hand." John 3:35. [What follows was delivered immediately before the celebration of the sacrament of the Lord's Supper at Dunfermline, June 27, 1731.] It is in the holy and over-ruling providence of him, in whose hand all things and all ... Read More
Principles For The Gathering Of Believers

76 - Chronological Bible Reading of Scriptures

Principles For The Gathering Of BelieversThere is a great need in the body of Christ for consistent reading of the Holy Scriptures in their entirety, book by book, chapter by chapter, verse by verse. In this case we are encouraging a chronological reading of the Scriptures. Most of the confusion is created when certain teachers, groups, or... Read More
Greek Word Studies

Prophet (4396) (prophetes)

Prophet (4396)(prophetes from próphemi = literally to tell beforehand in turn from pró = before, in front of, forth, on behalf of + phemí = speak, tell) is primarily a forth-teller or one who speaks out God's message, primarily to their own generation, usually always calling the people to God's trut... Read More
Greek Word Studies

Sick (770) astheneo

Weak (770) (astheneo from asthenes [see study] = without strength, powerless from a = without + sthenos = strength, bodily vigor) means to be feeble (in any sense), to be diseased, impotent, sick, to lack strength, to be infirm, to be weak. Astheneo is used 33 times in the NAS (Mt 10:8; 25:36, 39; M... Read More
William Gurnall

The Christian in Complete Armour - Part 5

Division Second.—The Assailants described Positively. ‘But against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. Eph. 6:12 The apostle having shown what the saint’s enemies are not, flesh and blood, frail men, who can­n... Read More
Thomas Watson

The Art of Divine Contentment: Chapter 11

Thomas WatsonDivine Motives to Contentment. SECT. 1. The first argument to contentation. 1. Consider the excellency of it. Contentment is a flower that doth not grow in every garden; it teacheth a man how in the midst of want to abound. You would think it were excellent if I could prescribe a receipt or antidote... Read More
Newman Hall

Come To Jesus!

Newman HallCome to Jesus! Newman Hall, 1816-1902 Listen, dear fellow-sinner. How kind, how wonderful an invitation is this! God speaks, and speaks to you. The Father says, "Come!" The Son says, "Come!" The Holy Spirit says, "Come!" The blessed angels echo the cry, "Come!" Many poor sinners who have accepted th... Read More

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