by G. Campbell Morgan
This work by Pastor Morgan is a study on discipleship: becoming a Disciple, method of advancement, the disciple at home, at business at play, as a friend, at work for the Master, in sorrow, in joy, his home going, and in glory.
CONTENTS morgan on Discipleship
I. Becoming a Disciple
II. First Lessions
III. The Method of Advancement
IV. The Disciple at Home
V. The Disciple at Business
VI. The Disciple at Play
VII. The Disciple as a Friend
VIII. The Disciple at Work for the Master
IX. The Disciple in Sorrow
X. The Disciple in Joy
XI. The Disciple Going Home
XII. The Disciple in Glory
Moule Veni Creati is an old, well known work in studies in the Holy Spirit by Bishop (Anglican) H.G.C. Moule. It has 12 chapters. It is a deep treatment of the Holy Spirit. Although Moule was Anglican, his writings are well written and good.
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THIS book is intended to be, along practical lines, an aid to the disciples of Jesus, and that, by endeavoring to show in some measure, the eminent practicability of being a Christian, in the power of the life communicated by and sustained in Christ through the Holy Spirit.
It is further intended to reveal the actual effect on this present life, for ennobling it in all its relations, and filling it ‘with ill joy and beauty, of the ultimate intention of the Master for all His disciples.
To the glory of God, and the help of fellow-disciples it is therefore prayerfully sent forth on its mission.
G. Campbell Morgan
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
Discipleship by Pastor Morgan is a study on discipleship: becoming a Disciple, method of advancement, the disciple at home, at business at play, as a friend, at work for the Master, in sorrow, in joy, his home going, and in glory.
|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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