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Free Grace Broadcaster - Issue 219 - The Person of Christ

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Another quality eBook from Chapel Library (active contents and footnotes). The Free Grace Broadcaster is a quarterly digest of Christ-centered sermons and articles, mostly from prior centuries. Each issue focuses on a different theme. The FGB is useful for personal study, discipleship, family worship, and sermon preparation. William S. Plumer (1802-1880): Christ Is All in All – centrality of the person of Christ. Isaac Ambrose (1604-1664): Christ in Eternity - His identity, purpose & relation to His people in eternity past. David Martyn Lloyd-Jones (1899-1981): Christ Is the Word Made Flesh - an introduction to the biblical truth about the Incarnation. William S. Plumer (1802-1880): Christ Is God - an examination of the crucial doctrine of the deity of Christ. Thomas Brooks (1608-1680): Christ Is Man - Christ is fully man as well as God; Christ’s humanity essential to His work of redemption. Octavius Winslow (1808-1878): Christ Is Precious - Christ is precious in His... More > person and in His work.< Less
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Product Details

ISBN
9781300613404
Published
March 14, 2014
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
246.65 KB

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Printable? Yes
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