My Brother’s Keeper
by James Alexander (1838)

Letters from James Alexander (1804—1859) to his younger brother, on the virtues and vices, the duties and dangers of youth.


Baxter Directions for a Peaceful Death
is an article of 15 points on a Christian approaching his death and what he should be thinking about. This theme is good for the sick, but everybody should also meditate on these things. (Baxter is reformed).

1 Reading the Scriptures
2 Gratitude to Parents
3 Life is Short
4 Vacations
5 Amusements
6 Bodily Exercise
7 Early Rising
8 The Habit of Diligence
9 Learning Something Every Hour
10 Three Self-taught Scotch Lads
11 Formation of Habits
12 Dangers of Evil Companions
13 Friendships
14 Good Example
15 Truth and Falsehood
16 Manly Independence
17 False Shame
18 Evil Speaking
19 Benevolence
20 Secret Prayer
21 The Great Concern

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Letters from James Alexander (1804—1859) to his younger brother, on the virtues and vices, the duties and dangers of youth.

Author:Alexander Archibald
Date:February 4, 2015

Tract: bs54 Why do Arabs hate Jews?
We explain this hatred in light of Satan hatred toward God and God's chosen people.
Topics: The Spiritual Battle | God Chose a People for Himself | Satan Hates God | Isaac against Ismael | The Prophetic Calendar | 1.) The Rapture of the Church | 2) The Beginning of the Seven Years of Tribulation. | The Battle of Armageddon | Lessons to Never Forget.
Excerpt: 1. God has everything under control. Things go according to His plans.
2. All of this is the beginning, and it will get worse.
3. The Christian hopes for the rapture, and we will leave.
4. The hatred of the world comes because we identify as God’s people, separate from sin, holy unto Him.

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