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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
God’s One and Only Purpose - A Study in Biblical Reality By Bhai Musafir
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The aim of this collection of excerpts is firstly to highlight the goal of a Christian life. Unfortunately much of the Christian testimony today is centered upon religious ethics that tilt the... More > balance towards what the Apostle Paul calls carnality. Little attention is paid to God’s ‘purpose’ for His people. Thus, many miss the trees for the forest! We live in a day when most believers don’t really have a purpose, nor do they know God’s purpose for saving them and setting them apart. God has a single purpose, not many purposes, and all roads lead to this one single purpose. Everything God plans, and everything He does leads to the fulfillment of this single, over-riding purpose. The Scriptures say, He worketh all things after the counsel of His own will (Eph.1:11b). We are not here to fulfill our own purpose; we are here to fulfill His purpose.< Less
We Have an Anchor - A Timely Message for a Church in Crisis By Bhai Musafir
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For many of us it may be all right to dwell in a tent for a little while, but the time comes when we say: 'Let us leave the tent of worldly conveniences and settled lives, and let us move on to all... More > that the Lord has for us’. If we are moving with God we shall surely discover that He is never in favour of our settling down but always desires the spiritual man in us to reach forward to the things of God. This was also the perpetual cry of the apostle Paul who shows us that the horizon of the people of God is not the horizon of this earth. They "greeted them from afar" - there was always something more beyond, and this is a true mark of a spiritual progress toward the heart of God. Beloved Reader, the Lord has used the messages in this book to enlighten my eyes and set me on the right path. These messages not only touched my heart when I heard them, but they have been a repeated source of spiritual encouragement to move on in His purpose for my life. Bhai Musafir July 2013< Less
The Secret to Selling: The Master Key to Success in Sales and Marketing By John Mark
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Upon reading this secret breaking book, you will discover I am actually not a fan of sales people. Sometimes I feel like I really hate them. They’re always trying to get into my pocket and rip... More > me off. They have no care or concern regarding the fact they are intruding on my supper, invading my personal space, and are unwelcome guests. Salespeople are self-centered, greedy, impolite, insincere, and downright rude. They treat me like a moron, yell at me everything I don’t want to hear, and once they’ve separated me from my hard-earned cash, are quick to abandon me for another target. Arrrgggg! I hate sales people! In every interaction with every person we come into contact with, those of us who are paying attention discover that people are like magnets – we either attract or we repel. This book is going to set you on the path to attracting people who will allow you to attract business and give you the success you’ve been looking for.< Less
Notes on the Pentateuch - Genesis to Deuteronomy By Charles Henry Mackintosh
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Of all the groups of Christian believers that developed in the English-speaking world in the nineteenth century, the one which produced the greatest number of gifted writers was the Brethren ...the... More > one whose works have been most frequently printed is C. H. Mackintosh, generally known as C.H.M. C. H. Mackintosh was born in October 1820, at Glenmalure Barricks, County Wicklow, Ireland, the son of the captain of a Highland regiment. Mackintosh was converted at the age of eighteen through the letters of a devout sister, and the prayerful reading of J. N. Darby's Operations of the Spirit. ... (soon after the age of 24) he concluded he must give himself entirely to the ministry of the Word of God, in writing and in public speaking. Soon thereafter he felt led to establish a periodical, which he continued to edit for twenty-one years, "Things New and Old". He died on November 2, 1896, and was buried in Cheltenham Cemetery, awaiting the resurrection morn. This book is the complete set, Volume 1 through 5.< Less
The Mackintosh Treasury: Miscellaneous Writings By Charles Henry Mackintosh
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THE MACKINTOSH TREASURY -- by Charles Henry Mackintosh was originally published in 1898 in six volumes under the title: Miscellaneous Writings. We offer the entire collection in a single volume in... More > its entirety. Charles Henry Mackintosh known world wide as "C.H.M.," was born in 1820 in Country Wicklow, Ireland. He was spiritually stirred when he was eighteen by letters from his sister after her conversion. But his own peace was resolved by the statement: "It is Christ's work for us, not His work in us, that gives us peace" in J.N. Darby's Operations of the Spirit. It is his writing that has made "C.H.M." so widely known, particularly his "Notes on the Pentateuch". These continue to be read and to change lives around the world. It is an interesting spiritual commentary on C.H. Mackintosh that his first tract in 1843 was "The Peace of God," whereas his last, shortly before his death on Nov. 2, 1896, was "The God of Peace."< 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
Acceptance By Charles Andrew Coates
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It is the privilege of every believer to be consciously in the favor of God – to be in the unclouded light and joy of acceptance. But, alas! Many who are truly converted are not in the... More > enjoyment of this privilege. It may be helpful to consider briefly why not. The things which hinder converted persons from having the light and joy of acceptance may be classed under the four following heads: 1. Self-righteousness 2. Self-improvement 3. Self-gratification 4. Self-occupation< 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 Second Man - The Last Adam By Theodore Austin-Sparks
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"Well, here is this second Man, this last Adam, who has come in on the one side to expose the old, to condemn the old, and to put away the old by His Cross, in which the whole of that old Adam... More > was crucified. And on the other side, to bring in, establish, and extend a race of men and women who are partaking of His own potentialities. These are given His own gifts, spiritually and morally. They learn by His working and His grace, in the mighty power of the Holy Spirit that, after all, there is a dominion which God meant for man, and that dominion, that ascendancy, that victory, is found in Christ, in real measure, now. The end is that race of which He is the first and the last, reigning and glorified. It is the complete reversal of all that came in with the first man. When you read at the end, 'There will no longer be any mourning, or crying, or pain' (Rev. 21:4), but everything to the contrary, you see the triumph in the second Man, the last Adam, and that is what remains when all the other is no more." T.A-S.< Less