Cutting How Shall They Hear? (evangelism)

Cutting How Shall They Hear? (evangelism)

evangelism
by George Cutting (1843-1934)

Mr. George Cutting is well known, even in evangelical circles, as the author of ‘Safety, Certainty and Enjoyment’ but, sadly, little personal information is available. He was born in 1843 and taken by his Lord in 1934 while living in Aldeburgh, Suffolk. In addition to many booklets and gospel tracts, he co-authored hymn 234 in the 1973 hymn book.

In this 8 chapter work by George Cutting (Brethren) he examines God’s call for us to reach the world with the Gospel. Cutting How Shall They Hear? (evangelism)





A carpenter making his own tools
is an explanation of why I, Pastor-Missionary David Cox, write my own material. I like the idea of producing the material that we use in our ministry and also for evangelism.
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CONTENTS of Cutting How Shall They Hear? (evangelism)

Introduction
1. “How Shall They Hear?”
2. Has the Result of our Answer Satisfied us?
3. Does it Concern us?
4. God’s Answer
5. The Way of Acceptable Service
6. A Fully Qualified Servant
7. The Light of the Cross
8. One Happy Instance

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bs33 Equity and Responsibility Explains how God deals differently with different people, and not the same with everyone.
Topics:A Good Character Brings us to God | The Parable of the Talents | Showing Equity | Complaining About your Life
Excerpt: We should not think that God will give what is “just and right” in our eyes to everybody the same. God has the right to do with us as He wills, and He will give us what we deserve. Consider Job. Was what God did to Job “fair”? If God makes most people blind, “equality” would mean you want to be blind also? God does not treat everybody equally in giving out the things in this life, and praise God for this!
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