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A.W. Pink


A.W. PinkIn this chapter we shall attempt little more than to point out the connecting links between the Sinaitic and the Davidic covenants. The various covenants recorded in the Old Testament, as we have previously stated, mark the principal stages in the development of God’s purpose of mercy toward our fal... Read More
John Piper

The Evil Origin of a Good King

John PiperDecember 6, 1981 THE EVIL ORIGIN OF A GOOD KING When Jesus was born in Bethlehem, wise men came from the east to Jerusalem and asked, "Where is he who is born king of the Jews" (Matt. 2:2). Before his birth the angel had told Mary, "The Lord God will give him the throne of his father David and he wi... 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
Classic Christian Writings

The Mystery Of Suffering By Paul E. Billheimer

God is calling and preparing an Eternal Companion called the Bride, who is to sit with His Son on His throne as His co-regent in the ages to come (Rev. 3:21). In order to qualify for this exalted position the members of the Bridehood must be as nearly like the Son as it is possible for the finite to... Read More
Greek Word Studies

Raised (arise, awaken) (1453) (egeiro)

Raised (arise, awaken) (1453) (egeiro) means to rise (stand up) from a sitting or lying position (Mt 8:26, 9:5), to awaken from sleep (Mt 8:25), figuratively to "awaken" from death (rise up). Egeiro was used literally also to raise up or lift up a person either sitting or lying down. Figuratively eg... Read More
E.W. Bullinger

They Sang His Praise. They Soon Forgat His Works

E.W. Bullinger"Then believed they His words: they sang His praise. They soon forgat His works: they waited not for His counsel" (Psalm 106:12,13) These are solemn words, because they record a solemn fact. They are true, not only of Israel but of God's people in all ages. They refer to that tendency in the heart o... Read More
Barton W. Stone

Atonement: The Substance of Two Letters Written to a Friend.

Barton W. StoneTHE following letters are published at the request of many. Many arguments have been, and, no doubt, will yet be, offered against the sentiments. The most weighty of them I have noticed; but the most common are unworthy of notice, being nothing but retoiled refined stuff of human invention--bold uns... Read More

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