Another quality eBook from Chapel Library! Arthur W. Pink (1886-1952) explores the rich biblical doctrine of God's sovereignty in creation, redemption, and providence. The God of the Bible is in... More > control of all things. This book is invaluable, as Pink also deals with objections to the doctrine of God's sovereignty and apparent conflicts of the doctrine with the responsibility of man.
1. God's Sovereignty Defined
2. The Sovereignty of God in Creation
3. The Sovereignty of God in Administration
4. The Sovereignty of God in Salvation
5. The Sovereignty of God in Reprobation
6. The Sovereignty of God in Operation
7. The Sovereignty of God in Human Will
8. Sovereignty and Human Responsibility
9. God's Sovereignty and Prayer
10. Our Attitude Towards His Sovereignty
11. Difficulties and Objections
12. The Value of This Doctrine
13. Conclusion< Less
Another quality eBook from Chapel Library! Arthur Pink (1886-1952) critiques the modern methods of evangelism. He calls us to the robust God-centered evangelism model of the Scriptures, rather than a... More > man-centered approach. The true Gospel of Jesus Christ is the astonishing news that the Son of God is the suffering Savior from sin and that He is the exalted Lord calling men to turn to Him in repentance and faith. In the Bible, salvation is more than a ticket to heaven; it is deliverance from the effects of sin, and, more importantly, from sin itself!< Less
Another quality eBook from Chapel Library! Arthur Pink (1886-1952) upholds the Biblical doctrine that God chose His people before the foundation of the world, as an expression of His free grace and... More > sovereign mercy! He digs into the following topics:
1. The Mystery of Election
2. The Truth of Election
3. The Justice of Election
4. The Corollaries of Election
5. The Certainty of Election
6. The Difficulties of Election
7. The Signs of Election
8. The Fruits of Election< Less
Another quality eBook from Chapel Library! Originally entitled "Heartwork," this thought-provoking title by Arthur Pink (1886-1952) explores the inner life of a believer in the Lord Jesus... More > Christ. What does it mean to live with a clear conscience, to walk in communion with the Lord? This is a much-neglected subject in our day of pragmatism and how-to's. "Guarding Your Heart" will challenge you to a more serious walk with God from the inside out!< Less
Another quality eBook from Chapel Library! Arthur Pink (1886-1952) gives an exposition of the parable of the prodigal son. He looks at the prodigal himself, the prodigal's reception, the prodigal's... More > response, the resultant joy, and then the elder son.< Less
Another quality eBook from Chapel Library! Arthur W. Pink (1886-1952) gives an overview of the teaching of Scripture on different topics. Chapters in this book:
1. The Scriptures and Sin
2. The... More > Scriptures and God
3. The Scriptures and Christ
4. The Scriptures and Prayer
5. The Scriptures and Good Works
6. The Scriptures and Obedience
7. The Scriptures and the World
8. The Scriptures and the Promises
9. The Scriptures and Joy
10. The Scriptures and Love< Less
Another quality eBook from Chapel Library! Arthur W. Pink (1886-1952) lays out the nature of true discipleship from Matthew 7. The way of faith in Christ is a narrow way, narrow because it militates... More > against our natural inclinations, narrow because it is exclusively to be entered through repenting faith in Christ, and narrow because it is totally at odds with the complacent world around.< Less
Another quality eBook from Chapel Library. Arthur W. Pink (1886-1952) wrote and published his monthly 28 page expository digest, Studies in the Scriptures, from 1922 to 1953. He mailed it worldwide... More > by paid subscription to whomever desired the deeper truths of God. Each issue contained continuing serialized articles on six to eight subjects. In total, the 380 issues comprise a treasure of immense proportions. The 1950 Annual Volume contains the January through December issues of the Studies in the Scriptures from that year. It parts of four series: The Exposition of John's First Epistle, The Life and Times of Joshua, Divine Inspiration of the Scriptures, and The Doctrine of Human Depravity. Chapel Library is republishing the monthly issues; visit our website. This annual volume is about 320 paperback-size pages.< Less
Another quality eBook from Chapel Library. An inspiring study of Christ's words from the Cross.
The word of forgiveness - "Father, forgive them."
The word of salvation - "Today thou... More > shalt be with Me in paradise."
The word of affection - "Behold thy mother."
The word of anguish - "My God, My God, why hast Thou forsaken Me?"
The word of suffering - "I thirst."
The word of victory - "It is finished."
The word of contentment - "Into Thy hands I commit my spirit."< Less
Another quality eBook from Chapel Library. The Holy Spirit is a classic expository study of the person and work of the Holy Spirit. First, the Spirit is presented as the Third Person of the Trinity:... More > definitely a Person and not a mystical spiritual “force.” As part of who He is, His deity, titles, and covenant-offices are examined. Then, the work of the Holy Spirit is presented in relation to Christ: always to glorify Christ and manifest Him to the believer, in both objective and subjective aspects of His ministry. In salvation: regeneration, quickening, enlightening to truth, convicting of sin, comforting instead of self-comfort, drawing to faith (and in fact granting faith), ending in spiritual peace and joy. Then the very practical aspects of sanctification: teaching, cleansing from sin (mortification), leading, assuring, interceding, and preserving until Christ returns.< Less