Bill is a pleaser who strives to behave correctly, because of his influential Sunday school teachers, and seeks grace for his transgressions, which happen often. He tries keeping up with a wealthy... More > classmate but his proclivity for the underdog teaches him some valuable lessons on becoming a better person. He shares his thoughts and problems with God, because, "We will not recognize God's voice when we most need it, if we don't speak often with God!"< Less
Photographs of old Belfast from the year 1948
Published by the North Belfast based Glenravel Local History Project these photographs have been collected from old newspapers as well as private... More > collection and are a must for anyone with an interest in the history of Belfast.< Less
Historical documentation of 1948 and 1952 rural life on the Mesa in Yuma,Arizona . Homesteads won by war veterans were not a gift, but earned with sweat, hard labor and years of hardships. These... More > memories and historical documents preserve a picture of life as it was lived by the individuals concerned. This in-depth history is both a testament and a legacy to those who follow today. Don't let their history be forgotton.< Less
Another quality eBook from Chapel Library (with active contents and footnotes). Free eBooks at our website.
Arthur W. Pink (1886-1952) wrote and published his monthly 28 page expository digest,... More > Studies in the Scriptures, from 1922 to 1953. Each issue contained continuing serialized articles on six to eight subjects. The 380 issues comprise a treasure of immense proportions. These are currently republished serially by Chapel Library.
The Annual Volume 1948 contains the January through December issues of the Studies in the Scriptures from that year. It includes the middle portions of three series: Prayers of the Apostles, The Life and Times of Joshua, and the conclusion of the series Doctrine of Revelation. Chapel Library is republishing the monthly issues in eBooks as annual volumes, in print, and in PDF at our website.
Arthur W. Pink was rarely sidetracked from the great themes of Scripture: grace, justification, and sanctification.< Less