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A.W. Pink

An Honest Heart

A.W. PinkIf there is one thing more than another which we seek to keep in mind while preparing articles for these pages it is the need for and importance of preserving the balance of Truth, for we have long been convinced that untold harm has been done to souls through failure at this point. If the preacher ... Read More
A.W. Pink

The Gospel of Mark

A.W. PinkWhy Four Gospels? 2. THE GOSPEL OF MARK Mark’s Gospel differs widely from Matthew’s, both in character and scope. The contrasts between them are marked and many. Matthew has twenty-eight chapters, Mark but sixteen. Matthew abounds in parables, Mark records but few. Matthew portrays Christ as the Son... Read More
Andrew Murray

The Example of Our Lord

Andrew MurrayThe connection between the prayer life and the Spirit life is close and indissoluble. It is not merely that we receive the Spirit through prayer, but the Spirit life requires, as an indispensable thing, a continuous prayer life. I can be led continually by the Spirit only as I continually give mysel... Read More
T. Austin-Sparks

The Servant's Continual Need of Grace

T. Austin-SparksReading: Luke 9:28-36; Matt. 17:1-9; Mark 14:66-72; 2 Pet. 1:18. One would not put these Scriptures together in this way - for it would seem rather unfair to Peter - but for the fact that this account given in "Mark" of Peter's denial was virtually Peter's own record of what took place. The great in... Read More
Charles E. Cowman

Come Close to Him

Charles E. Cowman"He took Peter and John and James, and went up into a mountain to pray, and as he prayed, the fashion of his countenance was altered, and his raiment was white and glistering . . . they saw his glory" (Luke 9:29, 32). "If I have found grace in thy sight, show me thy glory" (Exod. 33:13). When Jesus ... Read More
J.G. Bellet

The Moral Glory of the Lord Jesus Christ

The Moral Glory of the Lord Jesus Christ J G Bellett INTRODUCTION. It is the Moral Glory, or, as we speak, the character of the Lord Jesus, on which I meditate in these pages. All went up to God as a sacrifice of sweet savour. Every expression of Himself in every measure, however small, and in whate... Read More
Jacob Boehme

Of True Resignation

Jacob BoehmeOf True Resignation OR Dying to SELF by Jacob Behmen (Jakob Boehme) 1575-1624, The Teutonic Theosopher SHOWING How Man must DAILY die to his OWN Will in SELF; how he must bring his Desire into God, and what he should ask and desire of God. LIKEWISE How he must spring up out of the dying sinful Man, ... Read More
John Nelson Darby

A Christian- Who and What is He Now and Hereafter?

John Nelson DarbyA CHRISTIAN- WHO AND WHAT IS HE NOW AND HEREAFTER? It is rather a solemn thing to say what a Christian is, especially when we think of what it is that made him one. God is acting so as to glorify Himself. It is a solemn thing to be a revelation of that of which Christ is worthy-of the result of Chri... Read More
John Nelson Darby

Mark 9

John Nelson DarbyNow the Lord finds the occasion to manifest this personal glory of His to establish the disciples' faith, and also to shew that His presence in grace as Messiah, in the midst of Israel, was soon to come to an end; and that the new glory of the Son of man with His own was soon to be inaugurated, alth... Read More
John Nelson Darby

Synopsis of the Books of the Bible - Leviticus

John Nelson DarbyThe Book of Leviticus is the way of drawing near to God, viewed as dwelling in the sanctuary, whether in respect of the means of doing so, or of the state in which men could; and therewith, consequently, especially the subject of the priesthood; that is, the means established of God for those outsid... Read More

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