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Bruised Reed & A Description of Christ By Richard Sibbes
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The title of the book comes from a passage in Isaiah, among the "Servant Songs" which foretell the coming of the promised Messiah and speak of His role as the suffering servant. "A... More > bruised reed shall he not break, and the smoking flax shall he not quench; he shall bring forth judgment into truth". It speaks of Jesus' ministry being one of gentleness and mercy to sinners. "...by misery he is brought to see sin as the cause it, so that together these, a bruised reed and a smoking flax, make up together the state of a poor, distressed man. This is such an one as our Saviour Christ terms 'poor in spirit' (Matthew 5:3), who sees his wants, and also sees himself indebted to divine justice, [with] no means of supply from himself" (pg. 3-4). But this bruising is itself a gift of grace, as it is "required before conversion that so the Spirit may make way for himself into the heart by levelling all proud, high thoughts, and that we may understand ourselves to be what we indeed are by nature"< Less
A Woman In Need By Sharron Wilks
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As a young girl,Sharron Wilks always wanted her own way. When she couldn't get it, she turned to Satan, demanding his help. But, a pact with the devil never works to the human beings... More > advantage... Satan is vindictive, vicious and a destroyer of souls. After making her pact, Sharron learned how horrific her choice was. For many years she sufered immense fears, anxiety and wierd feeling. Finally in a bid to sto the fears, and when alcohol didn't work, she even tried suicide. But god had His hand on her life and He prevented her from dying. He brought her out of her despair and sin, throgh salvation given by Jesus Christ. Since then Sharron's life has been transformed, and she is now a child of God. This book tells her story. She wants others to know that no matter how deeply we sin, God will forgive when we repent. This is a genuine hope for the sinner. Read this book and see how a real life was turned around by God.< Less
Prayers that Help in Hard Times By Fallon
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Hello Christians. I present to you, the perfect gift for anybody who's life is a mess right now. Besides just them, this is also a good book for all Christians. Read it, and you may learn something... More > about God. God, is all that is good. He is very, very good. He blesses even sinners sometimes. People think that life is hard, but actually it is not hard. Bring all your problems to Father God, and have Him tell you what to do and how to get over it, and it's as simple as that, now how hard is that. Those who say life is hard, are normally spineless and they just don't know God well enough. Life is challenging, not hard, and in order to live the best in life, you must be plugged into the source, -our God. Don't be immature and decide that God is not needed in hard times, and it's not weak to bring all of your problems to God either, you are simply just looking for His guidance. God will always help. There is not hole too deep for God to reach in and take you out of. He is mightyer than all your problems.< Less
The Duty of Reformation In Light of God's Mercies By C. Matthew McMahon & Thomas Gouge
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Thomas Gouge (1605-1681), was an English Puritan, (son of the famous William Gouge) and a powerful Reformed minister. This treatise is about reformation. It is set within the framework of being more... More > holy, because reformation means “reformation of life” in light of Jesus Christ’s saving benefits and God’s abundant saving mercies. What makes this treatise so excellent is not only its theological and practical depth (and it is deep), but its vivid directness. Gouge, uncompromisingly from Ezra 9:13-14, is going to tell Christians (not just sinners) that if they sin, expect judgment. And, if Christians sin collectively (as a Christian nation), expect collective judgment. Gouge says, “When Christians will not reform their ways, God replies, they have not minded my mercies, I will not mind their miseries.” This work is not a scan or facsimile, has been carefully transcribed by hand being made easy to read in modern English, and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
The Duty of Reformation in Light of God's Mercies By C. Matthew McMahon & Thomas Gouge
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Thomas Gouge (1605-1681), was an English Puritan, (son of the famous William Gouge) and a powerful Reformed minister. This treatise is about reformation. It is set within the framework of being more... More > holy, because reformation means “reformation of life” in light of Jesus Christ’s saving benefits and God’s abundant saving mercies. What makes this treatise so excellent is not only its theological and practical depth (and it is deep), but its vivid directness. Gouge, uncompromisingly from Ezra 9:13-14, is going to tell Christians (not just sinners) that if they sin, expect judgment. And, if Christians sin collectively (as a Christian nation), expect collective judgment. Gouge says, “When Christians will not reform their ways, God replies, they have not minded my mercies, I will not mind their miseries.” This work is not a scan or facsimile, has been carefully transcribed by hand being made easy to read in modern English, and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
KEEP ON DOING GOOD By GODSWORD GODSWILL ONU
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It is one thing to do good; and it is another thing to keep on doing good. God does good, and He keeps on doing good − even to sinners and unbelievers. For instance, He sends His rain and sun... More > to all, both to the righteous and the unrighteous. The Bible tells us to be imitators of God (Eph. 5:1). We are to imitate God in love and in doing good. Sometimes, due to people’s reactions and attitudes to the good which we have done to them, we are tempted to stop doing good to them. But, if God stops doing good to us, because of ingratitude, unbelief, sin, and unfaithfulness, where would we be? We are to do good and keep on doing good, not because of people’s gratitude, but because we love them and are commanded by God to keep on doing good. Let us not grow weary while doing good, for in due season we shall reap if we do not lose heart. Therefore, as we have opportunity, let us do good to all, especially to those who are of the Household of Faith (Gal. 6:9-10).< Less
Confession By Moreno Dal Bello
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The Baltimore Catechism defines confession as simply "...the telling of our sins to an authorized priest for the purpose of obtaining forgiveness." Another of Rome’s Catechisms states... More > that "Sins are forgiven by the power of God, which Jesus Christ has given to the priests of His Church." The French Catechism goes even further in its description of confession, claiming that "One must receive absolution in feelings of total humility, considering the confessor (the priest), as Jesus Christ Himself whose place he takes." It is taught that the confession of one’s sins to a priest, one of 6 commandments decreed by the Roman Catholic Church, should be made at least once a year. "In the Roman system the priest constantly comes between the sinner and God. In...the New Catechism No. 1, with imprimatur by Cardinal Francis Spellman, of New York, we read: ‘You must tell your sins to the priest to have them forgiven.’ And again, ‘Confession is telling your sins to the priest to obtain forgiveness.’"< Less
Keep On Doing Good: Do Not Get Weary of Sharing and Doing the Right Things By Godsword Godswill Onu
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It is one thing to do good; and it is another thing to keep on doing good. God does good, and He keeps on doing good − even to sinners and unbelievers. For instance, He sends His rain and sun... More > to all, both to the righteous and the unrighteous. The Bible tells us to be imitators of God (Eph. 5:1). We are to imitate God in love and in doing good. Sometimes, due to people’s reactions and attitudes to the good which we have done to them, we are tempted to stop doing good to them. But, if God stops doing good to us, because of ingratitude, unbelief, sin, and unfaithfulness, where would we be? We are to do good and keep on doing good, not because of people’s gratitude, but because we love them and are commanded by God to keep on doing good. Let us not grow weary while doing good, for in due season we shall reap if we do not lose heart. Therefore, as we have opportunity, let us do good to all, especially to those who are of the Household of Faith (Gal. 6:9-10).< Less
And Now For a Word From Our Creator By Paul Hay
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Think about what happens to a child’s self esteem when a parent says, “You’ll never amount to anything.” On the other hand, imagine what happens when a parent says to a child,... More > “I’m so proud of you.” Either of these sentences is just words, but they can make a big difference to a child’s self image. They likely will impact what kind of person he or she grows up to be. What kind of impact do you think words from our Heavenly Father would have? Romans 5:8 says, “But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ dies for us.” These are words of affirmation and love from our Creator and Redeemer. This is a book about words that bring life. It is about words that bring good news. Some of these words are familiar like grace, faith and hope. Some of them are a little more complicated like justification, sanctification and propitiation. They are all gospel words. They are all somehow connected with the wonderful message of the good news of salvation.< Less
Human Inability By Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892)
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Another quality eBook from Chapel Library. “No man can come to me, except the Father which hath sent me draw him.” —John 6:44 “Coming to Christ” is a very common... More > phrase in Holy Scripture. It is used to express those acts of the soul wherein, leaving at once our self-righteousness and our sins, we fly unto the Lord Jesus Christ, and receive His righteousness to be our covering, and His blood to be our atonement. Coming to Christ, then, embraces in it repentance, self-negation, and faith in the Lord Jesus Christ, and it sums within itself all those things that are the necessary attendants of these great states of heart—such as the belief of the truth, earnestness of prayer to God, the submission of the soul to the precepts of God’s Gospel, and all those things that accompany the dawn of salvation in the soul. Coming to Christ is just the one essential thing for a sinner’s salvation. He that cometh not to Christ, do what he may or think what he may, is yet in “the gall of bitterness…< Less

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