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Let Go And Let God

By Rev. Paul Rader

And Peter answered Him and said, if it be Thou, bid me come unto Thee on the water. And He said come” (Matthew 14:28–29). We have in this text most surely a picture of letting go and letting God.

God’s Word in dealing with a world covered with darkness and water—a world without form and void—was just one word, “Let.”

Think of all this word “Let” means for the old Earth on which we live. The Earth produces its fruits, its flowers, its fish, its flesh of animals and upon it live this human race because God …

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The Perils Of Unreality

By Dr. C.I. Scofield

While at the Old Orchard Convention in August, I heard Dr. C.I. Scofield deliver the address just as it is printed in this booklet. It is too good not to be preserved. You will be delighted with this message from God’s beloved messenger. —Paul Rader

I want to guard this theme at one point at the outset. I do not mean conscious hypocrisy. I think there is very little conscious hypocrisy in the church of God. I think there is a tremendous amount of unreality. There is no place where Satan does his work as Deceiver more successfully than …

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The Virgin Birth: Myth or Mystery

By Erwin W. Lutzer

Do you have secular friends? Or perhaps you have a child or grandchild in college who is inundated with secular theories that attempt to reduce Christianity to just one more among the many religions of the world. I write this article for them and for us, so that we might remember Jesus is not just one man among others, He is unique; His is indeed “God in the flesh.”

Many people believe that all religions are essentially the same and only superficially different. But no, the opposite is true: Christianity is essentially different and only superficially the same. Nowhere …

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Essential Equipment

By Dr. Alan Redpath

Ye shall receive power after the Holy Ghost is come upon you.”—Acts 1:8

This is the first of a series of messages from the book called “The Acts of the Apostles.” My purpose is not that we should study the early missionary career of the church of the New Testament, but that we should discover the secret of her power. From many angles this book is of great value to us. It has a historical value because, as a book of history, it is authentic, but as such it is merely a fragment.

You may read this …

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The Sin We Are Not Afraid To Commit

By Dr. Bruce W. Dunn

There are multitudes of sins from which we would flee as we would flee from Satan himself: those more obvious and crude, with which any true believer will have no part. Unfortunately, there are other kinds of sins that seem not quite as recognizable, which are in some ways more destructive and dishonoring to Jesus Christ than some of the so-called sins that are easily recognized.

The sin that we are talking about just now is that sin of fretful anxiety, of untrusting care: the sin that we are not afraid to commit. And we have the mistaken notion that …

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The Fight For Light

By Rev. Paul Rader

I want to talk to you about “The Fight for Light” and I take two peculiar texts that came to me in reading over a passage in Exodus. They are in the tenth chapter of Exodus, the twenty-first and twenty-third verses. These two verses bring forth a very miraculous fact:

Stretch out thine hand toward Heaven,” the Lord says, talking to Moses, “that there may be darkness over the land of Egypt—even darkness which may be felt.”

Then the twenty-third verse:

They saw not one another, neither rose any from his place for three days—but all the …

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Submission And Commission

By Rev. Paul Rader

(Helpful to Sunday School Lesson of February 29, 1920; 1 Peter 2:1–5, 11–12; 19–25)

Laying aside.” How necessary is this first step in Christian living. Many people quote another part of the Scripture that says, “Resist the devil and he will flee from you,” but they forget the words of that injunction, which are, “Submit yourselves to God.” Now before there can be Christian living there must be a laying aside. How few Christians consider this cleaning up that is necessary, this pruning that must take place, this going down before there comes the going up …

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Holy Ghost Power

By Rev. Paul Rader

(Helpful to Sunday School Lesson of February 1, 1920, Acts 8:4–39)

Scattered abroad.” This sounds like a calamity; but what looks like a calamity to the world is God’s method of sowing the seed. Men who knew nothing about seed would say the farmer is throwing it away as he reaches into his bag and scatters it abroad; but it will come up if it die and bear much fruit. Persecution has always been followed by power in the Church. They put Jesus to death, but fifty days from His death one hundred and twenty were filled with …

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Miracle Working Power

By Rev. Paul Rader

(Helpful to Sunday School Lesson of February 8, 1920, Acts 9:32–43)

Jesus Christ maketh thee whole.”

The Acts of the Apostles might be called also “The Acts of the Risen and Seated Christ,” or, “The Acts of the Holy Spirit.” The things which Jesus had done as He walked on Earth are in this lesson done through faith in Him since the coming of the Holy Spirit upon the disciples. It is the same Jesus who is working, the same Jesus who is able to heal today; for He is “Jesus Christ the same yesterday, and …

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But God…

By Dr. Alan Redpath

My flesh and my heart faileth: but God is the strength of my heart, and my portion forever.”—Psalm 73:26

Among the many wonderful things in the book of Psalms, there is nothing in my mind more wonderful than the fact that this book is such a transparent account of the inner dealing of a soul with God. You have history books and prophetic books in the Bible, but here you have a book which just seems to draw the veil aside to let you see something of the inner conflict of the spirit as the man talks with …

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