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Thomas Brooks

His dreadful threatenings!

Thomas BrooksSin and sorrow, iniquity and misery—always go hand in hand. "The wages of sin is death," Romans 6:23. Every sinner is worthy of death. "Those who do such things deserve death," Romans 1:32. If God is a just and righteous God, then sin cannot absolutely escape unpunished; for it is but "a just and ri... Read More
John Nelson Darby

Notes on the Revelation

John Nelson DarbyIf we look at the Book of the Revelation generally, we shall see its division into three parts:- In the first part, we find not so much the divinity or the humanity of Christ, as His personal or official glory (chap. 1). In the second part, we see Christ judging the seven churches (chaps. 2 and 3). ... Read More
Athanasian Grail Psalter

Book IV

Psalm 90(89) Domine, refugium 1 O Lord, you have been our refuge from one generation to the next. 2 Before the mountains were born or the earth or the world brought forth, you are God, without beginning or end. 3 You turn men back to dust and say: "Go back, sons of men." 4 To your eyes a thousand ye... Read More
St. Benedict of Nursia

From Easter until the Calends of November

St. Benedict of NursiaFrom Easter until the Calends of November let the same number of Psalms be kept as prescribed above; but no lessons are to be read from the book, on account of the shortness of the nights. Instead of those three lessons let one lesson from the Old Testament be said by heart and followed by a short r... Read More
St. Benedict of Nursia

In winter time as defined above

St. Benedict of NursiaIn winter time as defined above, there is first this verse to be said three times: "O Lord, open my lips, and my mouth shall declare Your praise." To it is added Psalm 3 and the "Glory be to the Father," and after that Psalm 94 to be chanted with an antiphon or even chanted simply. Let the Ambrosian... Read More
St. Benedict of Nursia

Let us arise, then, at last

St. Benedict of NursiaLet us arise, then, at last, for the Scripture stirs us up, saying, "Now is the hour for us to rise from sleep" (Rom. 13:11). Let us open our eyes to the deifying light, let us hear with attentive ears the warning which the divine voice cries daily to us, "Today if you hear His voice, harden not you... Read More
Winkie Pratney

Me Or Adam?

GOD’S GREATEST PROBLEM God’s greatest problem is summed up in one little word: S-I-N. Heaven is at battle stations today because sin has invaded the human race and the moral Universe. It is high time the Church knew her enemy! Her first enemy is not the Devil, it is not death, it is not despair. Her... Read More
Winkie Pratney


WHAT WENT WRONG? Adam and Eve awoke in a world of loveliness. Made as a tiny replica of their Heavenly Father, having in finite miniature the abilities and qualities of God, they were given His law of love to live by. The first man and his lovely wife walked and talked with God in the garden paradis... Read More
Art Katz

Beyond Categories

Art Katz"Art Katz encouraged the duplicating of his audio messages, and there are no copyright claims for those who desire to share them with others. However, Art’s books and writings (including articles on this website) do still carry a copyright, and permission needs to be sought if quoting from those is ... Read More
Greek Word Studies

Destroy (perish, vanish) (853) aphanizo

Destroy (853) (aphanizo from aphanes = hidden or literally "not appearing" from a = without + phaino = to appear) means to cause to vanish, make disappear. To make unseen. To render invisible or unrecognizable. Aphanizo can also mean to destroy in the active voice and in the passive voice to be remo... Read More

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