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A.W. Pink


A.W. PinkTHE DOCTRINE OF REVELATION Chapter 20 REVELATION IN GLORY CONCLUSION The glorification of the saint commences upon his departure from this world, but it is not consummated until the morning of the resurrection, when his body shall be "raised in glory" (1 Cor. 15:43). Then will he be fully "conformed... Read More
A.W. Pink


A.W. PinkTHE DOCTRINE OF REVELATION Chapter 8 THE HOLY BIBLE DECLARES IT COMES FROM GOD HIMSELF We have presented a portion of that abundant evidence which makes it unmistakably manifest that God has given us a clear revelation of Himself in creation, in the constitution of man (physical, mental, and moral),... Read More
A.W. Pink

THE LORD’S PRAYER Chapter 9 The Doxology

A.W. PinkTHE LORD’S PRAYER Chapter 9 The Doxology "For Thine is the Kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever. Amen" Matthew 6:13 This model for Divine worshipers concludes with a doxology or ascription of praise to the One addressed, evidencing the completeness of the prayer. Christ here taught His di... Read More
Charles G. Finney

On Offering Praise to God

Charles G. Finney"Whoso offereth praise, glorifieth me." --Ps. 50:23 Praise is commendation. To praise one, is to commend him. The text affirms that he who offers praise glorifies God. Let us enquire-- I. What is implied in offering acceptable praise to God? 1. Of course it implies confidence in him. We cannot hones... Read More
J.C. Ryle

Expository Thoughts On Matthew - Matthew 24:1-14

J.C. RyleThese verses begin a chapter full of prophecy: prophecy of which a large portion is unfulfilled; prophecy which ought to be deeply interesting to all true Christians. It is a subject to which, the Holy Ghost says, we “do well to take heed.” ( 2 Peter 1:19 ). All portions of Scripture like this ou... Read More
John Gill

A Discourse on Singing of Psalms as a Part of Divine Worship.

John GillA Discourse On SINGING OF PSALMS As A Part Of Divine Worship Preached The 25th Of December, 1733 To A Society Of Young Men, Who Carry On An Exercise Of Prayer On Lord’s-Day Mornings, At A Meeting-House On Horslydown, Southwark. 1 CORINTHIANS 14:15 (Latter Part) I will sing with the Spirit, and I wil... Read More
John Gill

Hilarius Pictaviensis

John GillThe CAUSE OF GOD AND TRUTH. Part 4 Chapter 1—Of Predestination Section 12—Hilarius Pictaviensis. A.D. 360. Hilary, bishop of Poictiers, in France, was banished for his orthodoxy, A.D. 354, and died A.D. 371. It[1] appears from his writings which remain, that he held that there is an election of part... Read More
John Gill

Of Singing Psalms.

John GillA Body of PRACTICAL Divinity Book 3—Chapter 7 OF SINGING PSALMS, AS A PART OF PUBLIC WORSHIP Next to prayer may be considered, singing the praises of God, as a religious duty: this may be done in a private manner, by a person singly and alone (James 5:13), and between two or more; so Paul and Silos ... Read More
Richard E. Bieber


Pray at all times in the Spirit, with all prayer and supplication. To that end keep alert with all perseverance, making supplication for all the saints, and also for me, that utterance may be given me in opening my mouth boldly to proclaim the mystery of the gospel, for which I am an ambassador in c... Read More
St. Augustine

Exposition on Psalm 68

St. Augustine1. Of this Psalm, the title seems not to need operose discussion: for simple and easy it appears. For thus it stands: For the end, for David himself a Psalm of a Song. But in many Psalms already we have reminded you what is at the end: for the end of the Law is Christ for righteousness to every man ... Read More

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