Machen, J. Gresham – On The Deity of Christ

On the Diety of Christ
by J. Gresham Machen

Chapter 1 – What is the Deity of Christ?
Chapter 2 – Does the Bible Teach the Deity of Christ?
Chapter 3 – The Sermon on the Mount and the Deity of Christ
Chapter 4 – What Jesus Said About Himself
Chapter 5 – The Supernatural Christ
Chapter 6 – Did Christ Rise From the Dead?
Chapter 7 – The Testimony of Paul to Christ

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Bounds, E.M. – Essentials of Prayer

Essentials of Prayer

Essentials of Prayer
by E.M. Bounds

Pray, Pray and Pray some more! God loves it and the Devil hates it. Prayer is you communicating with God. It’s not an activity to take lightly or dabble with when you feel like it. Prayer takes focus, it involves you in your entirety, your mind, soul and spirit. And as you learn to incorporate all of you in prayer you will begin to find it is a natural and enjoyable endeavor. In Essentials of Prayer E. M. Bounds describes how every Christian can maintain a prayer life that produces results both personally and in the kingdom of God. He leads you in the development of prayer so that you may experience the power of prayer in your daily life. Edward McKendree Bounds was a clergyman of the Methodist Episcopal Church South and author of eleven books, nine of which focused on the subject of prayer. Bounds was a practicing lawyer at age nineteen and after three years, began preaching for the Methodist Episcopal Church, South. At the time of his pastorate in Brunswick, Missouri, war was declared. Bounds became a prisoner of war after refusing to take the oath of allegiance to the Federal Government. Upon release he served as chaplain of the Fifth Missouri regiment until the close of the war. Amazon.com Continue reading

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Sibbes, Richard-Bruised Reed

The Bruised Reed
By Richard Sibbes

Contents
Publishers’ Foreword
1. The Reed and the Bruising
Christ’s calling – How Christ pursues his calling –What it is to be bruised -The good effects of bruising
2. Christ Will Not Break the Bruised Reed
Christ’s dealings with the bruised reed – For ourselves – Who are the bruised reeds?
3. The Smoking Flax
Grace is little at first – Grace is mingled with corruption
4. Christ Will Not Quench the Smoking Flax
The least spark of grace is precious – Support the weak
5. The Spirit of Mercy Should Move Us
Simplicity and humility – Sound judgment – How those in authority should act – We are debtors to the weak
6. Marks of the Smoking Flax
Our rule is the covenant of grace – The presence of the. heavenly fire
7. Help for the Weak
Temptations which hinder comfort – Weakness should not keep us from duty
8. Duties and Discouragements
We should persist in duties – Overcoming discouragements – The source of discouragements – Some scruples removed – What are sins of infirmity?
9. Believe Christ, Not Satan
How we should think of Christ – When Christ seems to be an enemy – When doubt assails us
10. Quench Not the Spirit
False despair of Christ’s mercy – False hope of Christ’s mercy – Resisting Christ’s mercy – Presuming on Christ’s mercy – Seeking another source of mercy – Mistreating the heirs of mercy – Strife among the heirs of mercy – Taking advantage of the bruised – Despising the simple means of mercy
11. Christ’s Judgment and Victory
Christ’s judgment established in us – Christ’s mildness and his government – Pardon leads to obedience – Justification leads to sanctification
12. Christ’s Wise Government
Judgment and wisdom – The need for heavenly light – Where Christ’s government is set up – How Christ governs us – The effects of this in practice
13. Grace Shall Reign
Why Christ’s kingdom must prevail – Why the enemy seems victorious – Consolation for weak Christians – Evidences of Christ’s rule in us
14. Means to Make Grace Victorious
Rules for right judgment – Keeping our judgment clear – Reasons for seeming lack of progress – All should side with Christ
15. Christ’s Public Triumph
The open glory of Christ in his members – Follow sincerity and truth – Christ alone advances this government – We must not look to ourselves – Christ makes us feel our dependence The triumph of grace
16. Through Conflict to Victory
Why Christ’s government is opposed – We must expect opposition – Our victory in Christ is certain – Treasure the
least degree of grace – Encouragement to come to Christ – Christ is the hope of the church – Faith will prevail

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Flavel, John – Fountain of Life

To the Christian Reader
My dear and honored friends,
If my pen were both able, and at leisure, to get glory in paper, it would be but a paper glory when I had gotten it; but if by displaying (which is the design of these papers) the transcendent excellency of Jesus Christ, I may win glory to him from you, to whom I humbly offer them, or from any other into whose hands providence shall cast them, that will be glory indeed, and an occasion of glorifying God to all eternity. It is not the design of this epistle to compliment, but to benefit you; not to emblazon your excellencies, but Christ’s; not to acquaint the world how much you have endeared me to yourselves, but to increase and strengthen the endearments between Christ and you, upon your part. I might indeed (this being a proper place for it) pay you my acknowledgments for your great kindnesses to me and mine; of which, I assure you, I have, and ever shall have, the most grateful sense: but you and I are theater enough to one another, and can satisfy ourselves with the enclosed comforts and delights of our mutual love and friendship. But let me tell you, the whole world is not a theater large enough to show the glory of Christ upon, or unfold the one half of the unsearchable riches that lie hid in him. These things will be far better understood, and spoken of in heaven, by the noon-day divinity, in which the immediately illuminated assembly do there preach his praises, shall by such a stammering tongue, and scribbling pen as mine, which does but mar them. Alas! I write his praises but by moon-light; I cannot praise him so much as by halves. Indeed, no tongue but his own (as Nazianzen said of Basil) is sufficient to undertake that task. What shall I say of Christ? -John Flavel

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Ridout, S. – The Four Gospels

The Four Gospels
Introductory — The Incarnation
Chapter 1 — The Relation of the Gospels to the other Scriptures
Chapter 2 — The Gospels Themselves: Preliminary Question
Chapter 3 — The Object of each Gospel
Chapter 4 — Parallel Passages
Chapter 5 — The Relation of the Gospels to Each Other
Chapter 6 — Analysis of Each Gospel
Chapter 7 — The Parables and Miracles
Chapter 8 — Doctrinal Teachings of the Four Gospels
Chapter 9 — Typical and Symbolic Representations of the Four Gospels
Chapter 10 — Literature on the Four Gospels

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Bunyan, John – Antichrist and His Ruin

TABLE OF CONTENTS

PREFATORY REMARKS BY THE EDITOR

A PREMONITION TO THE READER.

OF ANTICHRIST.

OF THE RUIN OF ANTICHRIST.

OF THE MANNER OF THE RUIN OF ANTICHRIST.

OF THE SIGNS OF THE APPROACH OF THE DOWNFALL OF ANTICHRIST.

OF THE INSTRUMENTS THAT GOD WILL USE TO BRING ANTICHRIST TO HIS RUIN.

OF THE CAUSES OF THE RUIN OF ANTICHRIST.

 

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