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A.W. Pink

Exposition of the Gospel of John CHAPTER 34 CHRIST, THE DOOR

A.W. PinkExposition of the Gospel of John CHAPTER 34 CHRIST, THE DOOR John 10:1-10. Below is an Analysis of the passage which is to be before us:— 1. Entrance into the Sheepfold: lawful and unlawful: verses 1, 2. 2. The Shepherd admitted by the porter: verse 3. 3. The Shepherd leading His sheep out of the fo... Read More
A.W. Pink

Exposition of the Gospel of John CHAPTER 61 CHRIST IN THE GARDEN

A.W. PinkExposition of the Gospel of John CHAPTER 61 CHRIST IN THE GARDEN John 18:1-11 Below is an Analysis of the passage which is to be before us: — 1. Jesus and His disciples cross the Cedron, verse 1. 2. Judas’ knowledge of this place of retirement, verse 2. 3. Judas conducting the Lord’s enemies there, ... Read More
A.W. Pink

Exposition of the Gospel of John CHAPTER 62 CHRIST BEFORE ANNAS

A.W. PinkExposition of the Gospel of John CHAPTER 62 CHRIST BEFORE ANNAS John 18:12-27 Below is an Analysis of the second section of John 18: — 1. Christ bound and led to Annas, verses 12-14. 2. Peter follows and is admitted to the palace, verses 15, 16. 3. Peter’s first denial of Christ, verses 17, 18. 4. A... Read More
A.W. Pink

Exposition of the Gospel of John CHAPTER 63 CHRIST BEFORE PILATE

A.W. PinkExposition of the Gospel of John CHAPTER 63 CHRIST BEFORE PILATE John 18:28-40 The following is an Analysis of the closing section of John 18:— 1. Christ brought to Pilate’s court, verse 28. 2. Pilate demanding a formal charge, verses 29, 30. 3. Pilate seeking to shelve his responsibility, verses 31... Read More
Robert Murray M'Cheyne

The Free Obedience Of Christ

Robert Murray M'CheyneThe death of Christ is, my friends, the most wonderful event past, present, or future in the whole universe. It is so in the eye of God - 'Therefore doth my Father love me, because I lay down my life.' There is nothing in the whole world so lovely as his Son. It is not only for his Godhead, but on a... Read More
Book Of Common Prayer 1979

(Proper Liturgies For Special Days) Good Friday

On this day the ministers enter in silence. All then kneel for silent prayer, after which the Celebrant stands and begins the liturgy with the Collect of the Day. Immediately before the Collect, the Celebrant may say Blessed be our God. People For ever and ever. Amen. Let us pray. Almighty God, we p... Read More
Charles Alexander

"Who Art Thou" Ch. 8:21-59

To know God and to know Christ is a matter of revelation, and this revealing act of the Holy Spirit is given only where there is repentance: “Thou hast hid these things from the wise and prudent and hast revealed them unto babes” (Matt. 11:25). The divine Being is known absolutely only to One who is... Read More
John Chrysostom

John 18:1-37

John ChrysostomWhen Jesus had spoken these words, He went forth with His disciples over the brook Cedron, where was a garden, into the which He entered, and His disciples. 1. An awful thing is death, and very full of terror, but not to those who have learned the true wisdom which is above. For he that knows nothin... Read More
John Nelson Darby

An Address on John 14

John Nelson DarbyIt is remarkable the pains the Lord takes to give us the sense of the way He has associated Himself with us and us with Himself; and how His heart goes out that our hearts may believe in His love, that He is interested in us and in our being with Him. In His rejection His heart would not rest and be... Read More
John Nelson Darby

Hints on the Sacrifices in Leviticus Leviticus 1-3

John Nelson DarbyNotice in the first place that the tabernacle has been set up. It is out of the tabernacle of the congregation that this instruction is given. It supposes God is there, and it is a question of approach to Him. There are two classes of sacrifices: those made by fire for a sweet savour; and the sin an... Read More

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