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Day by Day with T. Austin-Sparks: Spiritual Nuggets from the Ministry of Theodore Austin-Sparks By Theodore Austin-Sparks
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This book contains 365 daily meditations from the writings of T. Austin Sparks who was one of the leading Christian spiritual giants of the 20th century. To all those who want to grow in the... More > knowledge of Christ this book is without comparison. Austin-Sparks emphasizes the centrality and supremacy of Christ, the Church and the Cross. For the serious Christian this is an outstanding collection of spiritual ministry and refreshment. It has been said that to read Sparks is to discover Christ as few men have ever known Him.< Less
What the Gospel Is By Theodore Austin-Sparks
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It is very important that we should know what the Gospel is. If we were asked to state what the Gospel is, probably we should set down some passages of Scripture which we consider are inclusive of... More > the Gospel. Probably John 3:16 and say - that is the Gospel. We should be right to a point, but at best we should only be stating certain basic truths about the Gospel; glorious truths and yet not in themselves the Gospel in its fulness or in its central meaning. Those are wonderful facts and they are constituent parts of the Gospel, but that is not the Gospel in the sense in which you and I must understand the Gospel and know the meaning of the Gospel. I believe that the Gospel is just this, simply, but most profoundly, that the Son of God, Who is also Son of Man, has come, and in His Coming has expressed in the world the Divine type of what God intended before times eternal that His race, His creation, should be.< Less
The Anointing Divine By Theodore Austin-Sparks
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“The promise of the Father” was a long-standing promise, and therefore, a long-standing hope. The point, of course, which is so impressive, is this, that ... all the meaning and value of... More > Christ, in every respect, was only made effective here by the coming of the Holy Spirit... If He “did not go away, the Spirit would not come”; it was “expedient that He should go away” for that very reason, surely indicating and implying that all that He had come to do, and did, waited for its practical effectiveness in the coming of the Spirit. Christ’s life, Christ’s work, and Christ’s power as Son of Man here, was dependent entirely upon the anointing. He fulfilled all His ministry in dependence upon the anointing, by all that the anointing meant. It was true in His case, and the Word of God bears that out abundantly, it must be all the more true, certainly equally true, in the case of the church; that the church’s life and work, ministry and power rest solely upon the anointing of the Holy Spirit.< Less
The Cross and the God of Hope By Theodore Austin-Sparks
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God has written over the whole course of history the meaning of the Cross in this way, that the only answer that He can give to sin, to evil, to disobedience, and to all the fruit and results... More > thereof, is travail, despair and death. And yet, withal, He is the God of Hope. He is saying that travail, passion, despair and death are the only way of hope. That is written in the whole history of God's dealings with men. Ever since Adam's sin, and (in him) the race's fall, God has had to work on the basis of the Cross of Christ. The Cross has been implicit in all God's dealings with men, and not only in general, but with His own people in particular. ...The Cross has always been God's way of salvation, God's remedy. It is a very drastic, a very terrible remedy, but it is God's remedy. And if it is an effective remedy, then it produces hope; it is something with hope - new hope - as its issue.< Less

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