Mawson, J.T. – Feast, the Famine and the Flame.

Contents
The Feast

Chapter 1 “ALL THINGS ARE NOW READY.”
Blessing “ayont the grave”; John Fletcher; NOW; The little servant maid; A disappointing sermon; The negro boy.
Chapter 2 “COME.”
The meaning of the word; The salvation of George Irons; The death of the Duke of Clarence; The invitation rejected; The excuses; There is no “larger hope.”
Chapter 3 THE FUTURE.
The Irish Village; God, the landlord; Notice to quit; Death to the agnostic, “We cannot tell”; Death to the Christian, “We know.” Testimonies; D. L. Moody.
Chapter 4 THE GREAT SUPPER.
Why it is great; The Coronation; It is God’s Supper; The multitude that will enjoy it; The cost of it; The Yorkshire women and the old text.
Chapter 5 THE SUPPER SPREAD.
God’s provision for men’s need; The forgiveness of sins; The young soldier; Peace; “Preach us a sermon.” The children’s place.
Chapter 6 THE POOR, THE MAIMED, THE HALT, THE BLIND.
All are poor; The millionaire’s charity; God’s perfect answer; The conflict for souls; The Sydney business man.
Chapter 7 THE DOOR TO THE SUPPER.
Christ the only way; His suitability; What John saw; Christian at the Cross; John Newton; JESUS.
Chapter 8 HOW THE GUESTS ARE FITTED FOR THE FEAST.
A shroud blest by the Pope; Twenty-seven years ago in St. Helen’s; Toplady’s hymn; The old French missionary’s invisible dress; Without the wedding garment.
Chapter 9 UNTIL HE FIND IT.
Publicans and sinners; The Pharisee’s scorn; The answer of the Lord; His search for the sheep; What it cost Him; Joy in Heaven; The lost sheep in the Highlands.
Chapter 10 THAT WHICH IS LOST.
The work of the Holy Ghost; The lighted candle; “Ye must be born again.” The Open-Air meeting; A young city man and the missed train.
The Famine
Chapter 11 THE PRODIGAL.
Who is the prodigal? Man’s desire for independence; The Open-air preacher and the young lady; A young Norwegian and his end.
Chapter 12 THE FAR COUNTRY.
What is the world like? Confessions of men of the world; The corks; The citizen — the devil; Thompson’s confession; The truth at last; God the sinner’s only hope; The great King.
Chapter 13 “I WILL ARISE AND GO.”
The homeward journey; The father’s eagerness; The reception; All forgiven; The robe and ring and shoes; God’s answer to the devil’s lie.
Chapter 14 JOY IN HEAVEN.
It is the joy of God; Is there ever sadness in heaven? God looks down from heaven; The coming of the Son of God; The call to repentance; A wayward son; A son’s telegram to his mother; What is repentance? Eternal joy.
Chapter 15 THE ELDER SON.
He blows his own trumpet; He charges his father with unfairness; He will not go in; The father’s entreaty; The door shut at last.
The Flame
Chapter 16 THE RICH MAN’S DOOM.
A warning to the Pharisees; The Sadducees; The curtain drawn aside; The rich man’s selfish life; His death and doom.
Chapter 17 ETERNAL PUNISHMENT. Dead

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