WHEREIN HAVE WE ROBBED GOD?
Malachi’s Message to the Men of To-day
By Rev. G. Campbell Morgan
In this short book of 6 chapters, Morgan examines tithing as “robbing God”. His chapters: the Spirit of the Age, the complaints of Jehovah, the divine attitude, the elect remnant, and the final word.
Malachi’s Message to the Men of To-day was originally copyrighted in 1898. This title is now public domain.
Contents of Morgan, G.C. – Malachi’s Message to the Men of To-day
Chapter 1. Introductory
Chapter 2. The Spirit of the Age
Chapter 3. The Complaints of Jehovah
Chapter 4. The Divine Attitude
Chapter 5. The Elect Remnant
Chapter 6. The Final Word
Democrats violate the Bill of Rights
Democrats violate the Bill of Rights I reference an article in American Thinker that explains the Democrats' violation of most of the bill of rights. Whereas they are elected American politicians, each one is sworn to uphold the Constitution, and their way of governing is in flagrant violation of the law they swear to uphold.
These studies in the book of Malachi were delivered as addresses to the students at Mr. Moody’s Bible School in Chicago, and then to my own congregation.
They have also appeared in “The Record of Christian Work” in the United States, and in “Out and Out” in England.
They are now sent out in a more permanent form, after careful revision, with the prayer that they may be used of God in calling His own children into the place of power without which form is nothing.
G. CAMPBELL MORGAN
New Court Chapel
TOLLINGTON PARK, LONDON, N.
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- Morgan, G.C. – The Purpose Of The Advent
- Morgan, G.C. – The Practice of Prayer
- Morgan, G.C. – The Parables of the Kingdom
In Morgan, G.C. - Malachi's Message to the Men of Today Morgan examines tithing as "robbing God". His chapters: the Spirit of the Age, the complaints of Jehovah, the divine attitude, the elect remnant, and the final word.
|Author:||G Campbell Morgan|
|Date:||February 5, 2015|