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Free Grace Broadcaster - Issue 208 - Duties of Sons and Daughters By Robert Murray McCheyne et al.
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Another quality eBook from Chapel Library. This issue of the Free Grace Broadcaster contains: A Prayer for Readers, J. G. Pike (1784-1854). Honor Your Father and Mother, Thomas Watson (c.... More > 1620-1686). The Duties of Sons and Daughters to Their Parents, John Angell James (1785-1859). Children, Authority, and Society, David Martyn Lloyd-Jones (1899-1981): what happens when cultures cast off the Biblical authority of parents. Sins of Children and Youth, J. G. Pike (1784-1854): the common sins of children and youth. Children, Seek the Good Shepherd, Robert Murray M’Cheyne (1813-1843): a call for children to flee to Jesus Christ. Why Sons and Daughters Need Faith in Christ, Charles Walker (1791-1870): the nature and necessity of faith. Children Walking in Truth, J. C. Ryle (1816-1900): tests for children's profession of faith in Christ. To the Children of Godly Parents, Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892): a plea for children to walk in the faith of their Christian parents.< Less
Free Grace Broadcaster: Atonement #227 By Arthur W. Pink et al.
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Another quality eBook from Chapel Library. Articles in this edition of the FGB include: The Most Remarkable Event, by Arthur W. Pink (1886-1952). The Eternal Council of God, by John Gill... More > (1697-1771). The Intent of Christ’s Death, by John Owen (1616-1683). Our Need for Atonement, by J. C. Ryle (1816-1900). The Nature of Christ’s Death, by William S. Plumer (1802-1880): this exposition describes the nature and intent of Christ's death by defining and discussing the biblical terms ransom, substitution, propitiation, surety, and reconciliation. Christ’s Priestly Action, by Hugh Martin (1822-1885): was Christ's death merely a passive acceptance of God's wrath or was it a powerful priestly action of sacrifice? This insightful investigation powerfully answers that question. Christ’s Propitiation, by John Murray (1898-1975): a concise and clear study that helps us understand the difference between propitiation and expiation.< Less
Free Grace Broadcaster - Issue 210 - Day of Judgment By Isaac Ambrose et al.
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Another quality eBook from Chapel Library. Read about the Day of Judgment with this issue of the Free Grace Broadcaster. Articles include: The Day for Which All Other Days Were Made, William Plumer... More > (1802-1880). Wheat or Chaff, J. C. Ryle(1816-1900): you are in one of the two categories. Jesus Christ the Judge, Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758): the majestic Person and character of the Judge of all. The General Resurrection, Samuel Davies (1723-1761): a breathtaking vision of the resurrection. The Books Opened, the Sentence Pronounced and Executed, Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758). In Thy Presence Is Fullness of Joy, Isaac Ambrose (1604-1664): Christ meeting His elect at the Great Day. Come Ye Blessed of My Father, Abraham Booth (1734-1806). Judgment and the Sins of Believers, John Newton (1725-1807): Will God expose and judge the sins of believers? Free from the Fear of Judgment, David Martyn Lloyd-Jones (1899-1981): should believers fear the Day of Judgment? Flee Now to Christ, Edward Payson (1783-1827).< Less
Free Grace Broadcaster - Issue 212 - Thoughts for Young People By Charles H. Spurgeon et al.
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Another quality eBook from Chapel Library. Articles in this edition of the FGB include: Thoughts for Young People, by Archibald Alexander (1772-1851). General Counsels for Young People, by J. C.... More > Ryle (1816-1900). Youth Warned against Sin, by John Angell James (1785-1859). Persuasions to Sobermindedness, by Matthew Henry (1622-1714). Brothers and Sisters, by John Angell James (1785-1859). Standing Fast or Falling Away? by Thomas Vincent (1634-1678): a practical examination of persevering in the faith that will help young people evaluate their spiritual condition and avoid falling away from their profession of faith in Christ Jesus. No Excuses: Believe the Gospel, by Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892): young people are prone to think that their youth is for enjoying life and that faith in Christ is for the miseries of old age; therefore, they make excuses for not repenting of their sins and believing on the Lord Jesus; here is a heartsearching call to reject excusemaking.< Less

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