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Five Great Immovable Pillars

By Rev. Howard F. Sugden, D.D.

Rev. Howard F. Sugden, D.D., Pastor of Ganson Street Baptist Church, Jackson, Michigan

“For the which cause I also suffer these things: nevertheless I am not ashamed: for I know whom I have believed, and am persuaded that he is able to keep that which I have committed unto him against that day.”—2 Timothy 1:12

An Imperial Saviour

I checked down in the margin of my Bible that this great Apostle had placed his confidence and trust in an Imperial Saviour. Now, I use the word ‘imperial’ because it suggests the sovereignty of my wonderful Lord, and I notice that …

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The Altar In The Heart

By Dr. G. Allen Fleece

“I will wash mine hands in innocency: so will I compass thine altar, O Lord.”—Psalm 26:6

There is an altar in the heart of God and there must be an altar in your heart and mine. Throughout the Word of God wherever the altar is found, its ultimate meaning is the altar of Calvary where the Lord Jesus as the Lamb of God was offered for our sin. It is that altar which is in the heart of God. It is that altar which is the heart of the Word of God. It is that altar which is in …

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The Cross: God’s Way Of Redemption

By Rev. Carey S. Thomas

Sermon delivered at The Moody Church by Rev. Carey S. Thomas of Philadelphia, PA.

“For the preaching of the cross is to them that perish, foolishness, but unto us which are saved, it is the power of God”—1 Corinthians 1:18.

The Gospel of Jesus Christ has not lost its power. It is still the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth. Somehow, we never tire of preaching the Cross of Christ, a crucified Christ. The Gospel of the saving grace works today and it is the only thing that does work. It is the only dynamic of …

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A New Creation

By Rev. J. Frank Norris

Sermon delivered at the Moody Tabernacle by Rev. J. Frank Norris.

“Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature; old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new” (2 Corinthians 5:17).

All of us are ministers. Too often we think of those of us who have been ordained as ministers, but we are all minsters of Christ. A minister is a servant; a servant of Jesus Christ.

In this verse I have read, we find a description of our ministry, its character, its motive and its message. There is one of two motives back …

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Soul Surgery: Part 4

By Dr. Alan Redpath

Part 4 of a 9-part series by Pastor Alan Redpath given over the course of 1959.

Confidence In Soul Winning—Part 1

Having considered something of the Challenge of Personal Witness under the three headings of Significance, Science, and Strategy, we now come to another aspect of this important subject entitled the Confidence in Soul Winning. By this I mean coming so wholly into the confidence of the one whom you are seeking to help along the avenue of personal friendship that you know his own estimate of himself, and see him through his own eyes.

The physician of souls must …

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Following To Know

By Rev. Charles Hurlburt

Sermon delivered at the Moody Tabernacle by Rev. Charles Hurlburt, on January 29, 1922.

Just after His baptism, our Lord was moving in the presence of John the Baptist, who had announced Him, and was even then following Him. Jesus turned to these diffident men and encouraging them in a voice more tender than most of us know how to speak, He said to them: “What seek Ye?” And they did not know what to answer. They scarcely knew themselves, but they answered modestly, “Master, Where dwellest Thou?” A little more about the Master was what they wanted to know. …

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Soul Surgery: Part 3

By Dr. Alan Redpath

Part 3 of a 9-part series by Pastor Alan Redpath given over the course of 1959.

The Strategy Of Our Witness

Though one may know that there are impediments in personal witness, people resent the man or woman who walks right into their lives and talks about this most sacred subject. Call it “defenses” if you like, and hint that this may screen some moral failure (though that may be a very vulgar and unworthy imputation) the fact remains that people dislike it when we do it. In any case, it is bad strategy to antagonize someone you want to …

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Learning To Pray

By W.H. Griffith Thomas, D.D.

Sermon delivered at the Moody Tabernacle by W.H. Griffith Thomas, D.D. on February 1, 1922.

When we were little and went to school for the first time we were expected to learn more and more each week and each term, until at last our school days were over, but although school days are over and people sometimes talk about finishing their education, as a matter of fact education is never finished. We always are learning something.

In the same way, when we commence the Christian life we are like little children, and the Lord who is our Saviour becomes our …

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Soul Surgery: Part 2

By Dr. Alan Redpath

Part 2 of a 9-part series by Pastor Alan Redpath given over the course of 1959.

The Science And Challenge Of Personal Testimony

The problem we are now to consider is to distinguish between a scientific and unscientific way of carrying on this all important work of personal work for the Master. The Lord Jesus once said (Luke 16:8), “The sons of this world are for their own generation wiser than the sons of light,” and we are certainly sadly lagging behind in making the idea of conserving our resources as individuals an essential part of our Christian living. We …

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Forsaking First Love

By Rev. Carey S. Thomas

“For Demas hath forsaken me, having loved the present world, and is departed unto Thessalonica.”—2 Timothy 4:10

This is about all we know of this man, Demas, but here, in a sense, a spiritual biography is recorded. You do find him mentioned in Philemon and in the epistle to the Colossians. For instance, in that letter to Colosse, Paul says, “Luke the beloved physician salutes thee, so does Demas,” and in that little classic, Paul calls Demas a fellow-laborer, but here, the only other place he is mentioned, we note a spiritual tragedy. “For Demas hath forsaken me, having loved …

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