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Octavius Winslow (1 August 1808 – 5 March 1878), also known as “The Pilgrim’s Companion”, stood out as one of the foremost evangelical preachers of the 19th Century in England and America. A contemporary of Charles Spurgeon and J.C. Ryle. His Christ centered works show devotion, practicality, and an experimental Christianity of the highest order. His writings are richly devotional, and warm the soul, and inflames the heart with sincere love, reverence, and praise to Christ.
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This eBook includes the following 9 sermons and 36 full-length books by Octavius Winslow.
Tags: Arthur W. Pink, Brian Schwertley, C H Spurgeon, James A. Fowler, Jonathan Edwards, Martin Luther
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Articles on Hell ~ By Jonathan Edwards, C H Spurgeon, Edward Donnelly, J C Ryle (PDF)
Biblical Doctrine of Hell Examined, The By Brian Schwertley (PDF)
Divine Inspiration of the Bible, The By Arthur W. Pink (PDF)
Table Talk By Martin Luther (PDF)
Man As God Intended By James A. Fowler (PDF)
Hamartiology: The Study of Sin By Dr. Robert D. Luginbill (PDF)
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Excellency Of Christ, The By Jonathan Edwards (PDF)
True Saints, When Absent From the Body Are Present With the Lord By Jonathan Edwards (PDF)
A Practical View of Regeneration By Archibald Alexander (PDF)
A Brief Instruction in the Worship of God By John Owen (PDF)
The Rare Jewel of Christian Contentment by Jeremiah Burroughs (PDF)
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“The Chronicles of Narnia” ~ C.S. Lewis (All 7 titles)
“Commentaries on The Catholic Epistles” ~ John Calvin
“George Muller of Bristol” ~ Arthur T. Pierson
“Baptist Denominationalism” ~ Dr. Andrew Aucamp
“The Plight of Man and the Power of God” ~ Dr Martyn-Lloyd Jones
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“We must rouse ourselves and realize afresh that though our Gospel is timeless and changeless, it nevertheless is always contemporary. We must meet the present situation and we must speak a word to the world that none else can speak.” ~ Martyn Lloyd-Jones
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Martyn Lloyd-Jones’ preaching always had an emphasis on the desperate plight of man and the power of God to save. His preaching was crystal clear on the sovereignty of God in the salvation of sinners, a concept that does not sit comfortably in our day of pragmatism, programmes and self-help books. Nevertheless it remains at the core of what the world needs to hear. Based on Romans chapter 1, this wonderful book will help you understand what the gospel is. As we live in a world that seems to be spiraling out of control, you will want to hear this message again and again.
1. The Religious History of Mankind
2. Religion and Morality
3. The Nature of Sin
4. The Wrath of God
5. The Only Solution
“On the whole, what we have in these five expositions is the Gospel explained with great clarity and hope.” ~ Mark Dever.
Tags: Augustine of Hippo, Confessions, Saint Augustine
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Confessions of Augustine written by legendary philosopher and theologian Saint Augustine is an autobiographical work which is widely considered to be one of the greatest books of all time. This great classic will surely attract a whole new generation of readers. For many, Confessions of Augustine is required reading for various courses and curriculums. And for others who simply enjoy reading timeless pieces of classic literature, this gem by Saint Augustine is highly recommended.
In his own day the dominant personality of the Western Church, Augustine of Hippo today stands as perhaps the greatest thinker of Christian antiquity, and his Confessions is one of the great works of Western literature.
The Confessions of Bishop Augustine of Hippo reveal one man’s weaknesses, desires, and sin as well as his repentance and conversion. In this work, Augustine makes known his prayers on behalf of the reader: “Stir up the heart when people read and hear the confessions of my past wickedness, which you have forgiven and covered up to grant me happiness in yourself” (p. 180). It was his prayer that the heart, by reading these confessions, would be “aroused in the love of [God’s] mercy and the sweetness of [His] grace” (p. 180).
“This classic from the greatest theological mind of the first millennia after Christ shows us the great heart of Augustine. Devotional, inspiring and convicting, The Confessions show us the grace of God at work, giving us hope that He still works in us today. This book shaped the western church, and can reshape us all that we better reflect the character of Christ.”
–R.C. Sproul Jr.
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With clear writing—technical terms kept to a minimum—and a contemporary approach, emphasizing how each doctrine should be understood and applied by present-day Christians, Making Sense of Christ and the Spirit explores Jesus Christ as fully God and fully man in one person.
The Person of Christ: including the virgin birth—uniting full deity and humanity in one person while enabling Christ’s humanity to be without inherited sin—and the incarnation—the act of God the Son whereby he took himself a human nature.
The Doctrine of the Atonement: the work Christ did in his life and death to earn our salvation.
Jesus’ Resurrection and Ascension: affirming the goodness of God’s original creation of man as a creature with a physical body that was ‘very good’, and his rightful place in glory and honor that had not been his before as the God-man.
Written in a friendly tone, appealing to the emotions and the spirit as well as the intellect, Making Sense of Christ and the Spirit helps readers overcome wrong ideas, make better decisions on new questions, and grow as Christians.
– the book instrumental in George Whitefield’s conversion.
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“Scougal contended that to be a Christian is to have “divine life” resident and reigning within.” He wrote that Christianity is not about external duties to perform, nor is it an emotion or feeling one has. He defines true religion as the union of the soul with God, a partaker of the divine nature, or in the apostle’s words, “Christ in you, the hope of glory.”
“In his book, Scougal essentially defines a Christian as this exquisite creature who actually has God resident in his soul. In his own way, he’s meditating on our union with Christ as a way of helping a new convert understand the Christian life.” – Thabiti Anyabwile
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This study of Paul’s missionary work focuses not on the apostle’s doctrine or character but on the method by which he accomplished his task. Throughout, Allen compares Paul’s methods to modern missionary methods; he concludes by suggesting some ways the apostolic method might be usefully employed today.
Roland Allen’s Missionary Methods: St. Paul’s and Ours made a lasting impact on the missiological principles of the second half of the twentieth century. There were numerous missionaries – including both Protestants and Roman Catholics – who attempted to apply Allen’s ideas in their missionary works, and countless missiologists who used these ideas for further studies and discussions of relevant missionary methods.
Allen investigates the causes of Paul’s apparent success in preaching the gospel and planting churches. He examines the antecedent conditions, Paul’s presentation of the gospel, his teaching of converts, and his methods of dealing with organized churches.
While presenting Paul’s methods, Allen is highly critical of the Western missionary methods of his time, and makes constant appeals to his contemporary missionaries and mission agencies to re-examine their policies in the light of the New Testament evidence.
It is probably because some of the criticised methods still persist in our Western missionary methods today that Allen’s book has an increasing popularity since the 1960s.
Truth is timeless – The fact this book was written in 1927 but is applicable to our times is evidence of the Truth it holds. It is not an easy read. It provokes much thought and reflection.