God’s Methods with Man
by G. Campbell Morgan
In this work, Morgan discusses God methods of working with man, and reflects on the NT Dispensation of the Holy Spirit, of the time from Creation to Christ, the coming of Christ, Daniel’s missing week, the millennium, etc.
CONTENTS of Morgan God’s Methods with Man
2. From Creation to Christ
3. The Dispensation of the Spirit
4. The Coming of Christ
5. Daniel’s Missing Week
6. The Events of the Missing Week
7. The Dawn of a Golden Age
8. The Golden Age
9. After the Thousand Years
10. The Purifying Hope
T.R. Simmons A Systematic Study of Bible Doctrine is a Bible Doctrines book of 43 chapters. The author is (according to the Introduction) "systematic, Calvinistic, Baptist, and premillennial". I am offering this work in various formats:
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THESE addresses were delivered in substance at Northfield, and reported stenographically. They were then revised and expanded, and were afterward delivered in my own church. A flood of letters, books, and pamphlets poured in upon me: some from enquirers; some from those who have differed from positions taken up; and very many from those who have been helped.
These letters have all been acknowledged, except in cases where that was rendered impossible by anonymity. However, I was and am determined not to be tempted into controversy of any kind, either by letter or in print, seeing that I am far from claiming that hearers or readers are bound to accept my convictions as absolute truth. I simply desire to enunciate what I believe to be the teaching of the New Testament. The final court of appeal is not any man’s interpretation, but God’s Book; and I may have something yet to learn upon certain points.
Of those whom I address search the Scriptures for proof of my statements, and do not come to the same conclusions as myself, we may yet rejoice together in that we shall thereby know the Word of God more perfectly, and moreover that “what we know not now, we shall know hereafter!”
G. Campbell Morgan
New Court Chapel
Tollington Park , N.
More Works by Morgan
- Morgan, G.C. – The True Estimate of Life and How to Live it
- Morgan, G.C. – The Teaching of Christ
- Morgan, G.C. – The Spirit of God
- Morgan, G.C. – The Purposes of the Incarnation
- Morgan, G.C. – The Purpose Of The Advent
- Morgan, G.C. – The Practice of Prayer
- Morgan, G.C. – The Parables of the Kingdom
In this work, Morgan discusses God methods of working with man, and reflects on the NT Dispensation of the Holy Spirit, of the time from Creation to Christ, the coming of Christ, Daniel's missing week, the millennium, etc.
|February 5, 2015
fam50 The Christian as a Worker examines work, work ethics, and what the Bible commands Christians concerning work.
Excerpt: Since the creation of the human being, God has given men work to do. Even in the garden, their principal work was to dress and keep (guard) the garden, their source of food. So, God wants man to be occupied (to always work). There is a saying that “idle hands are the devil's workshop.” It is certain that people do not know how to handle prosperity. Just look at the sins people get into in their retirement. In God’s eyes, they dedicate their lives at that point to things without eternal value. God knows that if man focuses on surviving, on sustaining himself and family, etc. that he is less inclined to sin and get into idle vices. Psalms 128:2 For thou shalt eat the labor of thine hands: happy shalt thou be, and it shall be well with thee. There is nothing better than working hard and enjoying the fruit of your labors.
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