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How To Share Christ With Freedom And Joy

By Erwin W. Lutzer

Dear Friend, 

Our task to share our faith is not nearly as difficult as we think it is. 

Only God can draw people to Himself, and only He can convict people of their sins. More so, only He can give them the gift of faith.

Yes, we are to be witnesses for Christ. However, we are not called to do God’s work for Him; we only have to point people in the right direction. In this brief article and the Q and A section, I hope to give you a few pointers that will make sharing your faith …

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The Victorious Christ

By Dr. Alan Redpath

Let me ask you to fasten your thinking just for a moment upon the twenty-first verse of this second chapter of John’s Gospel. “He spake of the temple of his body.”

I think it is immensely significant that the Lord Jesus Christ spoke of the temple of His body in the temple of the Jews. It was there in the house of God, there in the traditional place of worship, the temple, in which Jesus spoke of the temple of His body.

You remember that the temple had three divisions in it. There was an outer court which was open …

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Israel Vivified

By Dr. P.W. Philpott

Israel Vivified: A Marvelous Chosen Nation—Its Sad Past and Glorious Future

On one occasion someone twitted the great Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield, because he was a Jew. With his brilliant intellect he replied, “My friend need not be so hard on my people. One half of Christendom is following a Jew—and the other half, a Jewess.”

I say then, Hath God cast away His people? God forbid…God hath not cast away His people which He foreknew…For I would not, brethren, that ye should be ignorant of this mystery, lest ye should be wise in your own conceits, that blindness …

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The Power Of Prayer

By Dr. Alan Redpath

Our text—the Acts of the Apostles, the twelfth chapter and the fifth verse: “Peter therefore was kept in prison: but prayer was made without ceasing of the church unto God for him.”

In this chapter there is an incident which touches right at the very heart of our experience as Christian people. I do trust that this story, which just reaches down to grass roots, may really speak to our hearts today that we may apply it, every one of us, to our own lives.

Here is an insight in this chapter into the great warfare of the Christian life …

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Living Under Cover

By Rev. Paul Rader

I take a text this morning which has been a comfort to very many Christians; it is probably marked in all of your Bibles; it is the 11th verse of the 84th Psalm, “For the Lord God is a sun and shield; the Lord will give grace and glory: no good thing will He withhold from them that walk uprightly.”

It is a beautiful thing to think of God as a sun, but it also is a terrible thing. It brings a glow to the heart to think of God as a glistening, warming sun, but it also brings …

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The Moody Church Story

By Paul White

The story of The Moody Church is the story of a man, a mission, a movement, and a memorial, the secret of which has been the power of the Spirit of the Living God fulfilling His purpose through many yielded instruments. Dwight Lyman Moody was the man. His personal ministry, beginning with a few poor, ragged children in the alleys of Chicago, and extending indirectly around the world, is the mission; the founding, growth and activity of a great church, the movement; and that church’s present existence the memorial, a fitting monument to a spiritual giant, who, hearing it said …

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A Call To The Church

By Dr. Alan Redpath

Notes of a message given in The Moody Church on January 1, 1956, based on Revelation chapters two and three.

In a previous study in this book we looked at the full-length portrait of Christ in chapter 1—the appointed Judge by whom one day God will judge the world in righteousness.

As we are thinking especially in these studies of the judgments of God, we are reminded of the words of Peter (1 Peter 4:17), “Judgment must begin at the house of God: and if it first begin at us, what shall the end be of them that obey …

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Building God's House

By Dr. Harry A. Ironside

I am going to ask your attention for just a little while to an Old Testament passage and perhaps at first sight you may not think of it as a missionary passage but I think you will soon see that it is. It is found in the book of Exodus in chapters 35 and 36. (It is nice to hear the rustling of those leaves. I wish the people out in radio land could hear it. I believe the Lord will honor and bless the church where there is the rustling of the pages of the Bible. D.L. Moody …

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Alive Again

By Rev. Paul Rader

It is concerning this subject, “Alive Again,” that I wish to speak. Let me read from the 20th chapter of John’s Gospel: “The first day of the week cometh Mary Magdalene early, when it was yet dark, unto the sepulchre.” (Here is a little touch of her love for the Master. She cannot sleep—early, early while it was yet dark. You have gotten up many a time to get ready to go to a picnic, early, while it was yet dark. Her heart went out to Christ early while it was yet dark. Note this eagerness …

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The Seven Joys Of The Believer In Jesus Christ

By Dr. R.A. Torrey

Rejoice always.”—1 Thessalonians 5:16

In the King James Version, this text reads, “Rejoice evermore,” but the Revised Version (a more accurate rendering), reads, “Rejoice always. “If I should ask you want the shortest verse in the Bible is, a great sea of hands would go and you would say, “John 11:35, ‘Jesus wept.’” Well, that is so in the English version, but in the Greek that verse has sixteen letters, while our text has only fourteen letters; so in the Greek this is a shorter verse than “Jesus wept.”

I want you to read …

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