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Samuel Rutherford

Sorrow for Sin: Part II

Samuel RutherfordBut I crave to clear our doctrine touching soul trouble for sin in the justified person. Assertion 1. No doubting, no perplexity of unbelief, de jure, ought to perplex the soul once justified and pardoned. (1.) Because the patent and writs of an unchangeable purpose to save the elect, and the subscr... Read More
Thomas Reade

The Character and the Promise

41. THE CHARACTER AND THE PROMISE, INSEPARABLY CONNECTED IN THE HOLY SCRIPTURES But all will be well for those who are godly. Tell them, "You will receive a wonderful reward!" But say to the wicked, "Your destruction is sure. You, too, will get what you deserve. Your well-earned punishment is on the... 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
Andrew Bonar

The Word brought nigh to the sorrowful

Andrew Bonar(From The Visitor's Book of Texts. Chapter 4 from Part 3 " The Word brought nigh to the sorrowful") (In a few cases the wording of the Bible text will be found to differ from the Authorised Version. This is how it was printed originally, and is presumably intentional.) Introduction Our errand being ... Read More
Classic Christian Writings

Lord, I Agree By Richard Owen Roberts

By the mercy of God I have been a believer in the Lord Jesus Christ since my early youth. Over the years of my earthly pilgrimage I have known what it is like to climb great spiritual mountains and how it feels to fall into chasms of blackness. I have had long seasons of great Christian joy and inte... Read More
Classic Christian Writings

Prepare Our Hearts For The Coming Of The Christ Child! By Kim Butts

Sometimes, in the rush of the Christmas season, we do not always focus our thoughts, our hearts and our minds upon Christ, the very reason we celebrate. As your family begins to look towards the celebration of the birth of Christ (the first advent – coming), take time each day to focus upon the One ... Read More
Classic Christian Writings

Preparing Our Heart For Prayer By James N. Jidov

When we read Daniel 9:3-19, and place one word over verse three to describe what we read there, it would probably be the word "intensity." Daniel is a man hard after the Lord God! This is a man serious about finding his God in prayer. "I set my face unto the Lord God, to seek by prayer and supplicat... Read More
Classic Christian Writings

The Pattern For Revival By Stephen Olford

Edited from a message delivered at the "Heart-Cry for Revival" Conference in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, May 26-29, 1998. Reading: 2 Chronicles 7:12-14; Deuteronomy 11:13-14, NKJV. Many years ago as a young theological student, I often sat under the preaching of that mighty prince of expositors, Dr. G.... Read More
Classic Christian Writings

The Prayer Of Confession Requires A Repentant Heart By Kim Butts

One of the most neglected aspects of our prayer lives--whether individual or corporate, is the need for confession and repentance. We all know that we have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God. We all know that when we ask for forgiveness with a truly repentant heart, it is freely given to us... Read More
David Wilkerson

Driving Out Unbelief

David WilkersonWe are living in a time of the greatest gospel revelation in history. There are more preachers, more books, more gospel-media saturation than at any time in history. Yet there has never been more distress, affliction and confusion among God’s people. Pastors today design their sermons just to pick p... Read More

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