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How to Live Every Day in the End Times By C. Matthew McMahon
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Did you know that we are living in the end times? The Bible teaches that Christians, right now, are living in the end times, the last days. The Old Testament saints believed that. Jesus taught the... More > Kingdom of Heaven was at hand. The Apostles taught that we live in the last days. The Church of Jesus Christ has always believed that they live in the end times. Even now, the Church eagerly awaits the final consummation of the ages, when Christ will return with a shout, the voice of the archangel and the trumpet call of God. In that moment we shall be changed from corruptible to incorruptible. But what about right now? In light of the biblical fact that we are living in the end times, how should we live every day? The purpose of this book is to explain how Christians should live each day as if it were their final days while living in the end times. That means Christians should be living in a constant state of joy knowing Christ will one day come back for them, and bring them to heaven.< Less
How to Live Every Day in the End Times By C. Matthew McMahon
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Did you know that we are living in the end times? The Bible teaches that Christians, right now, are living in the end times, the last days. The Old Testament saints believed that. Jesus taught the... More > Kingdom of Heaven was at hand. The Apostles taught that we live in the last days. The Church of Jesus Christ has always believed that they live in the end times. Even now, the Church eagerly awaits the final consummation of the ages, when Christ will return with a shout, the voice of the archangel and the trumpet call of God. In that moment we shall be changed from corruptible to incorruptible. But what about right now? In light of the biblical fact that we are living in the end times, how should we live every day? The purpose of this book is to explain how Christians should live each day as if it were their final days while living in the end times. That means Christians should be living in a constant state of joy knowing Christ will one day come back for them, and bring them to heaven.< Less
Christ’s Righteousness Imputed, the Saint’s Surest Plea for Eternal Life By C. Matthew McMahon, Michael Harrison
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Michael Harrison (1640-1729) was a faithful Puritan Minister of the Gospel and a powerful Reformed Presbyterian preacher. Harrison concisely teaches the doctrine of justification beginning with... More > Isaiah 45:24-25, “Surely...in the LORD have I righteousness and strength.” He covers, 1. Who are the partakers of this blessed privilege of justification? 2. The nature of justification; what it is. 3. What that righteousness is, for, and by which we are justified. 4. The time when God’s children are made partakers of this blessed privilege. 5. How are we justified by faith? 6. Objections against the doctrine of justification answered. And finally he gives the reader an application. Harrison biblically proves that the righteousness we gain is by the active and passive obedience of Jesus Christ, performed by him in our stead, imputed to us, and received only by faith. This is not a scan or facsimile, has been updated in modern English for easy reading and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
Christ’s Righteousness Imputed, the Saint’s Surest Plea for Eternal Life By C. Matthew McMahon, Michael Harrison
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Michael Harrison (1640-1729) was a faithful Puritan Minister of the Gospel and a powerful Reformed Presbyterian preacher. Harrison concisely teaches the doctrine of justification beginning with... More > Isaiah 45:24-25, “Surely...in the LORD have I righteousness and strength.” He covers, 1. Who are the partakers of this blessed privilege of justification? 2. The nature of justification; what it is. 3. What that righteousness is, for, and by which we are justified. 4. The time when God’s children are made partakers of this blessed privilege. 5. How are we justified by faith? 6. Objections against the doctrine of justification answered. And finally he gives the reader an application. Harrison biblically proves that the righteousness we gain is by the active and passive obedience of Jesus Christ, performed by him in our stead, imputed to us, and received only by faith. This is not a scan or facsimile, has been updated in modern English for easy reading and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
Covenant Theology Made Easy By C. Matthew McMahon
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The reason this book exists is to give the Christian church a basic overview of Covenant Theology that 1) follows the Bible, 2) follows The Westminster Confession, and, 3) is easy to work through. ... More > There has not been a book like this that follows the Bible, Westminsterian Theology, or the magnum opus of Herman Witsius (which is a watershed work on Covenant Theology called "The Economy of the Covenants Between God and Man"). A book of this sort does not currently exist in our time, until now. If nothing else has been read on Covenant Theology, this work would be a helpful volume to teach the serious bible student the fundamentals of the Christian faith in the same way that the Early Church, Augustinian Christians, Reformers and Puritans taught Covenant Theology. The author has also written, "A Simple Overview of Covenant Theology" which could be a helpful resource and precursor to this volume.< Less
Covenant Theology Made Easy By C. Matthew McMahon
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The reason this book exists is to give the Christian church a basic overview of Covenant Theology that 1) follows the Bible, 2) follows The Westminster Confession, and, 3) is easy to work through. ... More > There has not been a book like this that follows the Bible, Westminsterian Theology, or the magnum opus of Herman Witsius (which is a watershed work on Covenant Theology called "The Economy of the Covenants Between God and Man"). A book of this sort does not currently exist in our time, until now. If nothing else has been read on Covenant Theology, this work would be a helpful volume to teach the serious bible student the fundamentals of the Christian faith in the same way that the Early Church, Augustinian Christians, Reformers and Puritans taught Covenant Theology. The author has also written, "A Simple Overview of Covenant Theology" which could be a helpful resource and precursor to this volume.< Less
The Danger of Falling Into the Hands of the Living God By C. Matthew McMahon, Matthew Mead
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Matthew Mead (1630-1699) was an independent puritan divine, and popular reformed preacher and morning lecturer at Stepney Church (London). In this convicting work directed to increase a healthy fear... More > of the Living God to Christians, Mead works from Hebrews 10:31, “It is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the Living God.” Mead teaches in what sense God is the living God, and what it means to “fall into the hands” of this God who lives. Every sinner (redeemed, or remaining in unbelief) will ultimately stand in judgment before the Living God, and will have to deal with God both necessarily and everlastingly. Necessarily, as God requires an account of their life, and everlastingly, where the final state of the sinner will be determined. This is not a scan or facsimile, has been updated in modern English for easy reading and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
The Danger of Falling Into the Hands of the Living God By C. Matthew McMahon, Matthew Mead
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Matthew Mead (1630-1699) was an independent puritan divine, and popular reformed preacher and morning lecturer at Stepney Church (London). In this convicting work directed to increase a healthy fear... More > of the Living God to Christians, Mead works from Hebrews 10:31, “It is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the Living God.” Mead teaches in what sense God is the living God, and what it means to “fall into the hands” of this God who lives. Every sinner (redeemed, or remaining in unbelief) will ultimately stand in judgment before the Living God, and will have to deal with God both necessarily and everlastingly. Necessarily, as God requires an account of their life, and everlastingly, where the final state of the sinner will be determined. This is not a scan or facsimile, has been updated in modern English for easy reading and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
Infant Baptism God's Ordinance By C. Matthew McMahon, Michael Harrison
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Michael Harrison (1640-1729) was a faithful Puritan Minister of the Gospel and a powerful Reformed Presbyterian preacher. Is this just another book on infant baptism? No. It is possibly the best... More > succinct, yet comprehensive work on the subject ever written by a puritan. It was originally a longer series of sermons that Harrison preached to his congregation, many of whom were Baptist at the time. At their request, he placed his thoughts into a concise treatise that covers all the main points needful in understanding the biblical position of infant inclusion in the Covenant of Grace, and infant baptism. Harrison’s work is so acute in its biblical presentation of the truth of Scripture that the reader cannot be but left in awe of his masterful exactitude to God’s mind on the issue of infant inclusion in the Covenant of Grace, and the application of the sign of the covenant to every visible member in the church. This work is updated in modern English, and has an active table of contents for eBooks.< Less
Infant Baptism God's Ordinance By C. Matthew McMahon, Michael Harrison
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Michael Harrison (1640-1729) was a faithful Puritan Minister of the Gospel and a powerful Reformed Presbyterian preacher. Is this just another book on infant baptism? No. It is possibly the best... More > succinct, yet comprehensive work on the subject ever written by a puritan. It was originally a longer series of sermons that Harrison preached to his congregation, many of whom were Baptist at the time. At their request, he placed his thoughts into a concise treatise that covers all the main points needful in understanding the biblical position of infant inclusion in the Covenant of Grace, and infant baptism. Harrison’s work is so acute in its biblical presentation of the truth of Scripture that the reader cannot be but left in awe of his masterful exactitude to God’s mind on the issue of infant inclusion in the Covenant of Grace, and the application of the sign of the covenant to every visible member in the church.< Less