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Dyer, William – Christ’s Famous Titles

Christ’s Famous Titles

by William Dyer 1663

Summary

This work is a translation of William Dyer’s work ‘Christ’s famous titles’ first published in 1663 which ran through seveal editions through into the nineteenth century. Dyer, who died in 1696, was a Non-Conformist minister with Quaker sympathies, who was minister at Chesham and Cholesbury, Buckinghamshire. The text was first translated by C. Maclauruinn for a Glasgow 1817 edition. It was clearly a popular work – five Gaelic editions were also published in Edinburgh between 1845 and 1894. Maclauruinn in his English preface opines that ‘it is neither a popular nor an elegant publication … but an evangelical one’. Dyer examines various famous titles for Christ. An excellent work!

Chapter Content

Section 1
Section 2
Section 3

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Cox, David – Understanding the Bible Doctrine of the Trinity

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Understanding the Bible Doctrine of the Trinity by David Cox

Table of Contents

Introductory Matters 3

Introduction 3

The word “Trinity” is not in the Bible 4

Knowing God is the key to being saved. 4

Where did the doctrine come from? 4

Misunderstanding the names and terms of God. 5

Chapter 1. God is One (Monotheism). 6

What does “god” mean? 6

What does “one” mean? 8

God is alone, i.e. there is no other “god” like our God 9

God is unified, one 10

Conclusions on God’s “oneness” 11

Chapter 2. Why God is one, but has to be three persons in that one God: Love needs three people 12

The eternal nature of love conquerering 13

God the Father loves 14

God the Son is the Beloved 14

God the Holy Spirit is the manifestation of this divine love 15

Chapter 3. Other Considerations that God has to be three persons 15

Plurality of the Godhead 16

God the Father is the program maker with His Divine Will 17

Jesus and the Holy Spirit are the missionaries 18

Jesus as our moral pattern 20

Indwelling of the Holy Spirit 20

Theophanies and “No man has seen God” 20

No man has seen God. 21

Theophanies: Man seeing God 21

No man has seen God the Father 22

Chapter 4. God the Father is God 22

Chapter 5. Jesus is God 22

Jehovah’s Witness’ One God, but Two Classes of God, God Father, and inferior “god” the Son 22

Clear Declarations of Jesus’ Divinity. 23

Jesus’ Divine Attributes 24

Omnipresence 25

Eternal 25

Receives Worship as God 26

Jesus receives prayers 27

Jesus is the Holy One; God is the Holy One. 28

Jesus is Creator; God is the only Creator. 28

Jesus is Saviour; God is the only Savior. 28

Jesus Forgives Sins; God alone forgives sins. 29

Jesus is the Redeemer; God is the only Redeemer. 29

Jehovah only shares his glory with no one, but does share it with Jesus. 30

Chapter 6. The Holy Spirit is God. 30

Chapter 7. Unacceptable Explanations of the Trinity 31

Polytheism 31

Modalism 31

Trinity 32

Chapter 8 Conclusion 32

Cox, David – Understanding the Bible Doctrine of the Trinity (DCox).gbk

Pink, Arthur W. – Gleanings in the Godhead

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Gleanings in the Godhead
by Arthur Pink
1. The Solitariness of God
2. The Decrees of God
3. The Knowledge of God
4. The Foreknowledge of God
5. The Supremacy of God
6. The Sovereignty of God
7. The Immutability of God
8. The Holiness of God
9. The Power of God
10. The Faithfulness of God
11. The Lovingkindness of God
12. The Goodness of God
13. The Patience of God
14. The Grace of God
15. The Mercy of God
16. The Love of God
17. The Wrath of God
18. The Contemplation of God
19. The Bounties of God
20. The Gifts of God
21. The Guidance of God
22. The Blessings of God
23. The Cursings of God
24. The Love of God to Us
25. The Gospel of the Grace of God
26. The Fullness of Christ
27. The Radiance of Christ
28. The Condescension of Christ
29. The Humanity of Christ
30. The Person of Christ
31. The Subsistence of Christ
32. The Servitude of Christ
33. The Despisement of Christ
34. The Crucifixion of Christ
35. The Redemption of Christ
36. The Saviorhood of Christ
37. The Lordship of Christ
38. The Friendship of Christ
39. The Helpfulness of Christ
40. The Call of Christ
41. The Rest of Christ
42. The Yoke of Christ
43. The Quintessence of Christ
44. The Leadership of Christ
45. The Example of Christ

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Watson, Thomas – Body of Practical Divinity

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Body of Practical Divinity

By Thomas Watson

Contained in sermons upon
the Westminster Catechism

CHOICE EXCERPTS

Introduction

Catechizing

Man’s Chief End

The Scriptures

God and His Creation

Part 1

The Being of God

The Omnipresence of God

The Omniscience of God

Part 2

The Eternity of God

The Immutability of God

The Wisdom of God

The Omnipotence of God

Part 3

The Holiness of God

The Justice of God

The Mercy of God

The Truth of God

Part 4

The Unity of God

The Trinity

The Creation

The Providence of God

The Fall

The Covenant of Works

Adam’s Sin

Original Sin

Man’s Misery By The Fall
The Covenant of Grace and its Mediator

The Covenant of Grace

Christ, the Mediator of the Covenant

Christ’s Prophetic Office

Christ’s Priestly Office

Christ’s Kingly Office

Christ’s Humiliation in His Incarnation

Christ’s Exaltation

Christ the Redeemer
The Application of Redemption

Part 1

Faith

Effectual Calling

Justification

Adoption

Part 2

Sanctification

Assurance

Part 3

Peace

Joy

Growth in Grace

Perseverance
Death and the last day

Part 1

The Death of the Righteous

A Believer’s Privilege at Death

Part 2

The Resurrection

 

Watson, Thomas – Body of Practical Divinity (wlue777).gbk

Fawcett, John – Christ Precious to Those Who Believe

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Christ Precious to Those Who Believe

The preciousness of Jesus Christ, to those who believe — practically considered and improved. by John Fawcett

“It is my earnest wish that this little book may be of service to enkindle and promote devout affection to Christ, in those who may peruse it.”

“Yes, He is very precious to you who believe!”
1 Peter 2:7

PART 1

Chapter I. Introductory Remarks

Chapter II. The CHARACTER of the people, to whom Christ is precious

PART 2

Chapter III. The EVIDENCE believers give, that Christ is precious to them

Section 1. They trust their everlasting concerns in his hands

Section 2. They delight to think of him, to hear of him, and to speak of him

Section 3. They are grateful for the benefits they receive from him

Section 4. They prefer him to every other object, and give him the chief place in their affections

Section 5. They sincerely desire his presence, and long to enjoy intimate communion with him

Section 6. They are concerned that others may know and love him

Section 7. They are grieved when he is dishonored

Section 8. They are ready to deny themselves for him

Section 9. They are distressed by their lack of conformity to his blessed image and holy will

Section 10. They adhere to him in all conditions

Section 11. They are concerned to make his glory the chief end of their actions

Section 12. They long to be with him

PART 3

Chapter IV. In what WAYS Jesus Christ is precious to those who believe

Section 1. His History is precious to them

Section 2. His Person is precious to them

Section 3. His Names are precious to them

Section 4. His Offices and Characters are precious to them

Section 5. His Blood and Righteousness are precious to them

PART 4

Section 6. His Love is precious to them

Section 7. His Throne is precious to them

Section 8. His Doctrine is precious to them

Section 9. His Promises are precious to them

Section 10. His Commands are precious to them

Section 11. His Ways are precious to them

Section 12. His People are precious to them

Section 13. His Interests are precious to them

Section 14. His Day and his House are precious to them

Section 15. His Benefits are precious to them

Section 16. His Chastisements are precious to them

Section 17. His Example is precious to them

PART 5

Chapter 5. Practical improvement of the subject

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Winslow, Octavius – EMMANUEL, or Titles of Christ

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“EMMANUEL, or Titles of Christ”
by Octavius Winslow, 1869
Preface

Christ, Emmanuel, or God with Us

Christ, the Wonderful

Christ, the Counselor

Christ, the Mighty God

Christ, the Everlasting Father

Christ, the Prince of Peace

Christ, a Man of Sorrows

Christ, the Resurrection and the Life

Christ, Our Righteousness

Christ, the Alpha and Omega

 

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Gill, John – A Body of Doctrinal Divinity, Books 1 -7

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John Gill

A Body of Doctrinal Divinity

  • BOOK I: Of God, His Words, Names, Nature, Perfections, and Persons.
  • BOOK II: Of the Acts and Works of God.
  • BOOK III: Of the Eternal Works of God.
  • BOOK IV: Of the Acts of the Grace of God, Towards, and Upon His Elect in Time.
  • BOOK V: Of the Grace of Christ in His States of Humiliation and Exaltation, and in the Offices Exercised by Him in Them.
  • BOOK VI: Of the Blessings of Grace, and the Doctrines of It.
  • BOOK VII: Of the Final State of Man.

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Stevens, William Bacon – Parables of the New Testament, Practically Unfolded.gbk

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The Parables of the New Testament,
Practically Unfolded
William Bacon Stevens, 1857
(Bolded titles are choice!)

PREFACE
The Sower
(Matthew 13, Mark 4, Luke 8)
The Wheat and the Weeds
(Matthew 13:24-43)
The Mustard Seed
(Matthew 13:31-32; Mark 4:30-32; Luke 13:18-19)
The Leaven
(Matthew 13:33; Luke 13:20-21)
The Hidden Treasure
(Matthew 13:44)
The Pearl of Great Price
(Matthew 13:45-46)
The Draw-Net
(Matthew 13:47-50)
The Unmerciful Servant
(Matthew 18:21-35)
The Laborers in the Vineyard
(Matthew 20:1-16)
The Wicked Farmers
(Matthew 21:33-44; Mark 12:1-12; Luke 20:9-16)
The Marriage of the King’s Son; The Great Banquet
(Matthew 22:2-14; Luke 14:16-24)
The Ten Virgins
(Matthew 25:1-13)
Pounds and Talents
(Matthew 25:14-30; Luke 19:12-27)
The Good Samaritan
(Luke 10:30-37)
The Rich Fool!
(Luke 12:13-21)
The Barren Fig-tree
(Luke 13:6-9)
The Lost Sheep and The Lost Coin
(Luke 15:3-10)
The Prodigal Son
(Luke 15:11-32)
The Unjust Steward
(Luke 16:1-9)
The Rich Man and Lazarus
(Luke 16:19-31)
The Unjust Judge; The Importunate Friend
(Luke 18:1-8; Luke 11:5-8)
The Pharisee and the Publican
(Luke 18:9-14)

 

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Moody {Congregationalist}-Weighed and Wanting

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Weighed and Wanting
Addresses on the Ten Commandments
BY D. L. MOODY
“Tekel: Thou art weighed in the balances, and art found wanting.”

Contents
Chapter 1 – The Ten Commandments
Chapter 2 – Weighed in the Balances
Chapter 3 – The First Commandment
Chapter 4 – The Second Commandment
Chapter 5 – The Third Commandment
Chapter 6 – The Fourth Commandment
Chapter 7 – The Fifth Commandment
Chapter 8 – The Sixth Commandment
Chapter 9 – The Seventh Commandment
Chapter 10 – The Eighth Commandment
Chapter 11 – The Ninth Commandment
Chapter 12 – The Tenth Commandment
Chapter 13 – The Handwriting Blotted Out

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