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A.W. Pink

The Total Depravity of Man Chapter 5 TRANSMISSION

A.W. PinkThe Total Depravity of Man Chapter 5 TRANSMISSION In introducing this aspect of our subject we cannot do better than set before the reader what A. A. Hodge pointed out in Outlines of Theology as …the self-evident moral principles which must ever be certainly presupposed in every inquiry into the dea... 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

Goal (4649) skopos

Goal (4649) (skopos [word study] related to verb skopeo = direct one’s attention upon a thing, either in order to obtain it, or because one has a peculiar interest in it, or a duty to fulfil toward it <> English "scope" as in microscope or telescope) refers to that on which the eye is fixed, the dis... Read More
Peter Hammond


Peter Hammond"Is it nothing to you, all you who pass by?" Lamentations 1:12 Lamentations for Jerusalem Lamentations is structured as an acrostic poem for the first four chapters, each verse beginning with a different letter of the Hebrew alphabet. Jeremiah describes what he witnessed of the judgement of God upon... Read More
Charles Spurgeon

Sermon 2468 - Solitude, Silence, Submission

Charles SpurgeonA Sermon (No. 2468) Intended for Reading on Lord's-Day, June 7th, 1896, Delivered by C. H. SPURGEON, At the Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington. On Lord's-day Evening, June 13th, 1886. "He sitteth alone and keepeth silence, because he hath borne it upon him. He putteth his mouth in the dust; if so be... Read More
John Kershaw

Faithfulness and Longsuffering

PREACHED AT ZION CHAPEL, TROWBRIDGE OCTOBER AND NOVEMBER, 1834 "The Lord is not slack concerning His promise, as some men count slackness; but is long-suffering to us-ward, not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance." (2 Peter 3. 9.) In the religious world there is a ... Read More
Thomas Watson

The Art of Divine Contentment: Chapter 10

Thomas WatsonUse III. A Suasive to Contentment. It exhorts us to labour for contentation; this is that which doth beautify and bespangle a Christian, and as a spiritual embroidery, doth set him off in the eyes of the world. But methinks I hear some bitterly complaining, and saying to me, Alas! how is it possible... 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
Thomas Watson

The Art of Divine Contentment: Chapter 13

Thomas WatsonUse IV. Showing how a Christian may know whether he hath learned this Divine Art. Thus having laid down these three cautions, I proceed, in the next place, to an use of trial. How may a Christian know that he hath learned this lesson of contentment? I shall lay down some characters by which you shal... Read More

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