Another quality eBook from Chapel Library. Charles Spurgeon (1834-1892) examines the precious doctrine of God’s sustaining and directing all things. He explains the minuteness of God’s... More > providence, the kind consideration of God, the application of God’s providence, and a final word to those who fear not God.< Less
The Prayer of Jabez
Another quality eBook from Chapel Library. Spurgeon’s The Prayer of Jabez is a spiritual gem: small, beautiful, and of great value to the soul. With its emphasis on “Thou” and a... More > true heart for God, it is quite different from the popular conception of Jabez’s prayer in our day (“bless me”). Notice herein the many actual prayers as examples for everyone who desires the true blessings of God.< Less
Free Grace Broadcaster - Issue 201 - Mortification
Another quality eBook from Chapel Library. Mortification - the work of killing sin - is an important part of the Christian life. Read these excellent selections from authors of prior centuries on the... More > subject. This Free Grace Broadcaster includes these articles:
The Doctrine of Mortification by A. W. Pink (1886−1952).
The Nature of Mortification by John Flavel (c.1630−1691).
Identifying Beloved Lusts by Benjamin Needler (1620-1682).
Only a Christian Can Mortify Sin by Horatius Bonar (1808-1889).
Directions for Mortification by John Owen (1616-1683).
Mortifying Sin by the Holy Spirit by David Martyn Lloyd−Jones (1899-1981).
Dangers of Not Mortifying Sin by Ezekiel Hopkins (1634-1690).
Gospel or Legal Mortification? by Ralph Erskine (1685-1752).
How May I Know If I Am in a State of Mortification? by Christopher Love (1618-1651).< Less
Free Grace Broadcaster - Issue 192 - Godly Manhood
Another quality eBook from Chapel Library. This issue of the Free Grace Broadcaster includes the following articles:
True Godliness Described by Benjamin Keach (1640-1704): an allegory.
The Nature of... More > an Upright Man by Richard Steele (1629-1692).
Signs and Character of a Godly Man by Thomas Watson (c.1620-1686): the knowledge, faith, worship, and love of a godly man.
Husbands, Love Your Wives by William Gouge (1575-1653): Christ’s love for His church applies to a man’s love for his wife.
The Conversion of Family Members by Samuel Lee (1627-1691): how a man's godly character influences those around him.
A Godly Father’s Anger by John Gill (1697-1771): the dangers and sad consequences of a father’s sinful anger.
Threats to Godliness in Young Men by John Angell James (1785-1859).
How True Manhood Is Restored by Charles Spurgeon (1834-1892): the Man Christ Jesus and what He endured for ungodly men is the only hope for the restoration of godly manhood.< Less