Baptism: What Saith the Scripture?
By Harry Allen Ironside
Summary: In this work of 15 parts or sections, Ironside (Brethren) does a thorough and good examination of Baptism. He deals with Baptism as it relates to conversion, John’s Baptism, Jesus’, the baptism of the wrath of the cross, the death of Jesus, of households, for the dead, who has authority to baptize? etc. Read the rest of this entry »
How We Got Our Bible
And Why We Believe It Is God’s Word
By W.H. Griffith Thomas
© 1926 The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. Copyright expired.
Published by Moody Press, Chicago, Illinois
In this twelve chapter book, Griffith-Thomas presents us with the origin of our Bible. He begin with the structure and history of the Bible, then the canonicity, authority, trustworthiness of the Bible. He then presents the unity of the Bible as a testimony to its divine origin, and then deals with the progressiveness of the Bible. He sums up with two chapters on the inspiration of the Bible, the interpretation of the Bible, and finally God’s purpose in giving us the Bible. Read the rest of this entry »
By Mildred Morningstar
Copyright © 1944
by MOODY PRESS
153 Institute Place Chicago, Ill
In this work by Mrs. Morningstar, she has 9 chapters about child evangelism, memory work, praying, story telling, flannelgraph, etc. Read the rest of this entry »
Baptist Confession of Faith (1689)
Rewritten in modern English by Andrew Kerkham
1st ed. 1999, revised ed. 2001
(email [email protected])
This is a rewrite of the 1689 Baptist Confession by Andrew Kerkham. Read the rest of this entry »
The Pastor His Own Evangelist:
Methods, texts, seed thoughts, and illustrations
By Charles LeRoy Goodell D.D.
With an introduction by J. Wilbur Chapman, D.D. and a Preliminary chapter on preparing for a revival.
This 18 chapter work by Goodell (Congregationalist) deals with the Pastor in his role as Evangelist. He looks at various aspects of how and why the pastor’s role is his own evangelist.
Copyright, 1910, by F. M. Barton Company, Read the rest of this entry »
The Teaching of Christ
By G. Campbell Morgan, D. D.
Author of “The Crises of The Christ,” “The Analyzed Bible,” etc.
Copyright © 1913 by Fleming H. Revell Company
In this 20 chapter work by Morgan (Congregationalist) he examines the teaching of Christ around principal doctrinal themes: God, Himself, Spirit, Angels, Satan and Demons, Man, Sin, His Saving Mission, Responsibility, Sanctity, Conception, Different Phases, Existing anarchy, the cross, the church, the conflict, the crisis, and applications. Read the rest of this entry »
Selections from Care for God’s Fruit-trees…
by H. A. Ironside
In this 10 chapter work by Ironside (Brethren), he presents us with different meditations about our spiritual growth, as well as some other mixed truths. Read the rest of this entry »
God’s Perfect Will
by G. Campbell Morgan
In this work by Pastor Morgan, he examines God’s will in light of its being completely possible to know it and to live in God’s will. Read the rest of this entry »
The Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Romans
From the Analyzed Bible
By the Rev. G. Campbell Morgan, D.D:
Copyright, 1909, by FLEMING H. REVELL COMPANY
This is a study on Romans by Pastor G. Campbell Morgan. He divides Romans into 24 chapters.
2. Personal Interest
The Reason of the Letter
CHRIST THE SALVATION OF GOD
3. The Gospel — Unto Salvation
4. Condemnation — the Gospel Needed
The Gentile Condemned
5. The Jew Condemned
6. The Whole World guilty
7. Salvation. The Gospel Message
The Provision Announced
8. The Principle Illustrated
9. The Privileges Described
10. Racial Values
The Provision Announced
The Deliverance of Grace
12. The Obligation of Grace
13. The Principle Illustrated
14. The Privilege Described. Life in the Spirit
The Fellowship in the Process
The Assurance of the Consummation
16. Objections Discussed
The Operation of Election
The Principle of Election
The Sovereignty of Election
The Way of Return
The Reason of Rejection
Defence of the Answer
Address to Gentiles
THE CENTRAL DOXOLOGY
19. The Transformation — By Salvation
20. Simplicity. Personal Life
The Character of Humility
The Consciousness of Communion
The Conduct of Simplicity
21. Submission. Relative Life. Those Without
22. Sympathy. Relative Life. Those Within
Sympathy as Toleration
Sympathy as Edification
Sympathy as Hospitality
His Mission to the Gentiles
His Request for their Prayers
Salutations to Saints
Salutations from Saints
24. CLOSING DOXOLOGY
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Description: This is a study on Romans by Pastor G. Campbell Morgan. He divides Romans into 24 chapters.
THE Preface to this Volume is found in the Chapter on Romans, in the Introductory Volume, Matthew to Revelation, of “The Analyzed Bible.”
Herein we proceed at once to the more detailed analysis of what is set forth in bare outline therein.
Familiarity with that outline is necessary to the study of this book.
G. Campbell Morgan.
“Charge That to My Account”
and Other Gospel Messages
by Harry A. Ironside, Litt. D..
Copyright, 1931, by The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago
Because GOD has been pleased to set His seal of approval upon these simple gospel messages by using them in the awakening and salvation of sinners, they are now put out in book form in the earnest hope that many who read them may find joy and peace in believing.
Summary: In this 12 chapter work by Ironside (Brethren), he presents us with some Gospel messages centering on salvation. Some of the message titles are “Charge that to my account”, the way to the city, will a loving God permit anyone to be eternally Lost? dreams that will never come true, the chains of sin, sinless one made sin, transgression forgiven, the greatest text in the Bible, How to become a children of God, Anathema Maranatha, inside the veil and outside the camp, and Peace by Christ Jesus. Read the rest of this entry »