Arnot Lesser Parables of Our Lord

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The Lesser Parables of Our Lord
and
Lessons of Grace in the Language of Nature

BY REV. WILLIAM ARNOT.


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With Biographical Notice by Canon Bell.
T. NELSON AND SONS, PATERNOSTER ROW.
EDINBURGH; AND NEW YORK.
1884.

The Lesser Parables of Our Lord and Lessons of Grace in the Language of Nature

BY REV. WILLIAM ARNOT.

With Biographical Notice by Canon Bell.

T. NELSON AND SONS, PATERNOSTER ROW. EDINBURGH; AND NEW YORK. 1884.

A. THE LESSER PARABLES OF OUR LORD.

I. THE HARVEST FIELD AND THE HARVEST LABOURERS. PART I.

II. THE HARVEST FIELD AND THE HARVEST LABOURERS. PART II.

III. THE FIELDS WHITE ALREADY TO HARVEST,

IV. LIBERTY

V. TRUE, YET TENDER — TENDER, YET TRUE,

VI. THE FOOD THAT JESUS LOVED AND LIVED ON,

VII. THE FOOD THAT JESUS GAVE TO HIS OWN,

VIII. THE TWO FAMILIES— THE NATURAL AND THE SPIRITUAL,

IX. TREES OF RIGHTEOUSNESS. PART I., …

X. TREES OF RIGHTEOUSNESS. PART II., …

B. LESSONS OF GRACE IN THE LANGUAGE OF NATURE.

I. ADAM A TYPE OF CHRIST

II. EPISTLES OF CHRIST

III. CHRISTIANS THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD

IV. A COMPREHENSIVE CONFESSION

V. ROOTED IN LOVE,

VI. DRAWN AND DRAGGED,

VII. THE FIXED COMPASS,

VIII. THE GOOD SHEPHERD,

IX. PERSONAL ADORNING,

X. THE SALT OF THE EARTH,

C. READINGS IN FIRST PETER.

I. PETER, AN APOSTLE,

II. APOSTOLIC BENEDICTION,

III. THE HEIRS AND THEIR INHERITANCE, …

IV. MIGHTY TO SAVE,

V. THE LATTER END IS PEACE,

VI. REJOICING IN TRIBULATION,

VII. SALVATION BY SUBSTITUTION,

VIII. NO CROSS, NO CROWN,

IX. JESUS IN THE MIDST,

X. OBEDIENT CHILDREN,

XI. BOUGHT WITH A PRICE,

XII. LOVE ON THE SPRING,

XIII. MAN AND HIS GLORY,

XIV. “CHRIST IN YOU THE HOPE OF GLORY,”

XV. THE BANE AND THE ANTIDOTE,

XVI. LIVING STONES,

XVII. “ON EITHER SIDE ONE; AND JESUS IN THE MIDST,”

XVIII. “THE LORD’S PEOPLE, THE LORD’S TREASURE,”

XIX. THE WAY AND THE FRUITS OF REDEMPTION,

XX. THE WARFARE

XXI. THE WITNESS OF A PURE LIFE,

XXII. THE SCRIPTURES SANCTION CIVIL AUTHORITY,

XXIII. THE DIGNITY OF MAN,

XXIV. NO RESPECT OF PERSONS,

XXV. THE BROTHERHOOD

XXVI. LOVE THE BROTHERHOOD,

D. LIFE IN CHRIST.

I. LIFE IN CHRIST,

II. CHRIST AND THE SACRAMENTS— THE SPIRIT AND THE BODY,

III. FAITH AND A GOOD CONSCIENCE,

IV. THE PRODIGAL,

V. NO CROSS, NO CROWN,

VI. THE RELATION BETWEEN DOCTRINE AND LIFE

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