Mawson Feast, the Famine and the Flame.

Mawson Feast, the Famine and the Flame.

Mawson Feast, the Famine and the Flame.

Contents of Mawson Feast, the Famine and the Flame.

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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