|Date:||October 22, 2016|
|Date:||October 22, 2016|
This is a 31 chapter work on various OT and NT Bible Characters. Reade was an Anglican writer, basically writing about non-biblical subjects.
AIM: Anglican, Mercer.
CIM: Bible Characters.
Version: 1.1 June 16, 2014
Hours Editing: 1 hrs 45 min.
This work is a fifteen chapters long with an appendix. In this work Anstey explains several Bible study methods: Synthetic, Parallel, Topical, Typical, Cyclopedic, Microscopic, and Explanatory, which take up chapter 4 in 7 subdivisions.
CIM: Bibliology, Interpretation-Understanding.
Version: 1.1 June 10, 2014
|Date:||November 29, 2015|
Life — its Duties and Discipline
Hetty Bowman, 1861
It is with feelings of very deep gratitude for the success already granted, that a Third Edition of ‘Life, its Duties and Discipline,’ is now offered to the Christian Public. The writer owes them sincere thanks for the favor with which they have received her little work; and would now only beg their prayers, that it may be made the means of leading some wanderer to the fold of the Good Shepherd; and of strengthening, stimulating, and comforting some fellow-pilgrim to the “rest that remains.”
It is offered to the younger members of her own gender; sent forth in the Savior’s name, and prayerfully entrusted to the guidance of His Spirit. May the great Head of the Church condescend to bless it — and to Him shall be all the glory!
|Date:||October 16, 2016|
Purpose in Prayer
By EM Bounds
There are 13 chapters in this work.
Purpose in Prayer is another treasure from Edward Bounds on prayer. Bounds, an admired spiritual guide, describes the purpose behindprayer and not simply the purpose of prayer. He focuses on an individual’s purpose in prayer; for one can understand the purpose of prayer, but not see the purpose in one’s own prayers. Thus, Bounds attempts to encourage believers to not simply see the purpose of prayer, but to see that purpose in their own personal, private prayers. Throughout, Bounds frequently quotes other Christian thinkers, adding support and insight into his points about prayer. Composed of twelve short chapters, Purpose in Prayer is a rewarding book on prayer.
CCEL Staff Writer ccel.org
Devotional derived from Jewels (8 volumes)
The religion which God demands
Never forget, my dear friends, that the religion which
God demands of you, and delights in and will accept,
is a religion of the hearta religion of . . .
penitence and faith in Christ,
love to God,
hope of heaven,
hatred of sin,
charity to man;
all existing in the soul as so many godly affections,
called forth in the actions of a holy life, and rendered
vocal in words of prayer and praise.
Faith in God
By J. Gresham Machen
Faith in God in a single chapter article on our having faith in God. Continue reading
THEOLOGY FOR THE PEOPLE
Biblical Doctrine, Plainly Stated
By William S. Plumer, 1875
2. Reason and Revelation
3. Divine Truth Excellent, though often Mysterious
4. Short Explanations of Some Terms
5. The Word of God
6. Names and Titles of God
7. The Attributes of God
8. The Trinity
11. Man a Sinner
12. Though man is a Sinner, yet he may be Saved
13. Christ the Son of God and the Son of Man
14. Christ the Mediator
15. Christ a Prophet, Priest, and King
16. The Glory of Christ in his Offices
17. Men must accept Christ and believe the Gospel
19. A Change of Heart
23. God’s Law
24. God’s Law—Second Table
25. A Profession of Religion
26. How Saints are kept
28. The Resurrection
29. The Judgment
32. How To Use The Bible
Bound’s work of Prayer and Praying men examines how prayer and the man of God in ministry works. This work specifically takes several great men of God and looks at how they had lives of prayer, communion with God, and were talk by God and through prayer.