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5 Marks of a Biblical Church By C. Matthew McMahon
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Scripture furnishes Christ’s blood-bought church with everything it needs to worship God effectively with the greatest degree of honor (John 4:24). Such a congregation of holy worshippers have... More > certain qualities that distinguish them from the world. In such a distinction, there are five non-negotiable marks of a biblical church without which, a church unchurches itself. These marks not only aid Christians to discern the nature of a healthy church, but differentiate the Spirit empowered qualities of a biblical church from that which is false. From 1 Tim. 3:14-15, McMahon explains what it means for the church to conduct itself in God’s house, “which is the church of the living God, the pillar and ground of the truth.” He biblically and historically sets down the five invariable marks of the church: Mark 1: Biblical Preaching Through Sound Doctrine Mark 2: Biblical Administration of the Sacraments Mark 3: Biblical Administration of Church Discipline Mark 4: Biblical Leadership Mark 5: Biblical Worship< Less
Seeing Christ Clearly By C. Matthew McMahon
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Christ is clearly portrayed in Scripture as the incarnate God-man who came down from heaven to save his people from the apostasy of Adam in the garden. He is the second Adam, the Branch and High... More > Priest of the everlasting covenant (planned before time began), who came to redeem and save wicked sinners through his merit of living a perfect life to uphold God’s Law, and willingly died on a cross to became a curse through death in order to appease God’s wrath for his one and only bride. It is one thing to understand the various historical narratives concerning these truths in the Gospels, but it is another thing altogether to consider how Jesus saw himself in the Gospels. This work investigates Christ’s interpretation of the phrase “Son of Man” as found in the book of Daniel, (7:13) and applied to himself throughout the Gospels. In this way a question becomes important as it relates to Christ’s self-disclosure, “Do you see Christ as Christ saw himself? Do you see Christ clearly?”< Less
The Christian’s Desire to See God Face to Face By C. Matthew McMahon & Richard Sibbes
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Richard Sibbes (1577–1635) was an inspiring Christ-centered minister and experiential preacher. In this extraordinary work on Psalm 27:4, Sibbes instructs the reader concerning the beatific... More > vision of God. He lays out the desire and affection of the holy prophet David, whose goal was to dwell with God, face to face. In this he lifts the reader to heights of sweetness concerning the object of the Christian’s desire: dwelling with God through Christ. Such a sanctuary of thought is a high mountain of blessedness and causes the feet of our meditation of God to run like hind’s feet on high places upon the mountain of spices (Psalm 18:33; Hab. 3:19; Song 8:14). This is a work worthy to reflect and digest to find refreshment for the soul which will be enlivened to new heights of holy contemplation. This work is not a scan or facsimile, has been carefully transcribed by hand being made easy to read in modern English, and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
The Christian’s Desire to See God Face to Face By C. Matthew McMahon & Richard Sibbes
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Richard Sibbes (1577–1635) was an inspiring Christ-centered minister and experiential preacher. In this extraordinary work on Psalm 27:4, Sibbes instructs the reader concerning the beatific... More > vision of God. He lays out the desire and affection of the holy prophet David, whose goal was to dwell with God, face to face. In this he lifts the reader to heights of sweetness concerning the object of the Christian’s desire: dwelling with God through Christ. Such a sanctuary of thought is a high mountain of blessedness and causes the feet of our meditation of God to run like hind’s feet on high places upon the mountain of spices (Psalm 18:33; Hab. 3:19; Song 8:14). This is a work worthy to reflect and digest to find refreshment for the soul which will be enlivened to new heights of holy contemplation. This work is not a scan or facsimile, has been carefully transcribed by hand being made easy to read in modern English, and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
Vain Imaginations in the Worship of God By C. Matthew McMahon et al.
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Considering American Colonial preachers on public worship gives the contemporary church a scriptural remedy for understanding God’s prescribed requirements. This anthology is compiled of six... More > sermons and one lecture: The Sinfulness of Worshipping God with Men’s Institutions by Samuel Willard from Matthew 15:9.The Vanity of Human Institutions in the Worship of God by Jonathan Dickinson from Gal. 4:9. The Great Sin of Formality in God’s Worship by Joshua Moodey from Hosea 11:12. The Duty of Worshipping God in His House by Nathan Stone from Psalm 5:7. Two unpublished sermons and one lecture from Jonathan Edwards: The Profanation of God’s Holy Worship from Ezekiel 23:36-39; and Provoking the Lord to Jealousy in the Worship of God from 1 Cor. 10:22; and an Appendix: The Holiness of God from Isaiah 6:3. This work is not a scan or facsimile, has been carefully transcribed by hand being made easy to read in modern English, and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
Vain Imaginations In the Worship of God By C. Matthew McMahon et al.
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Considering American Colonial preachers on public worship gives the contemporary church a scriptural remedy for understanding God’s prescribed requirements. This anthology is compiled of six... More > sermons and one lecture: The Sinfulness of Worshipping God with Men’s Institutions by Samuel Willard from Matthew 15:9.The Vanity of Human Institutions in the Worship of God by Jonathan Dickinson from Gal. 4:9. The Great Sin of Formality in God’s Worship by Joshua Moodey from Hosea 11:12. The Duty of Worshipping God in His House by Nathan Stone from Psalm 5:7. Two unpublished sermons and one lecture from Jonathan Edwards: The Profanation of God’s Holy Worship from Ezekiel 23:36-39; and Provoking the Lord to Jealousy in the Worship of God from 1 Cor. 10:22; and an Appendix: The Holiness of God from Isaiah 6:3. This work is not a scan or facsimile, has been carefully transcribed by hand being made easy to read in modern English, and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
The Simplicity of Holy Worship By C. Matthew McMahon & John Wilson
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John Wilson (1588–1667) was a passionate and intense Reformed minister of the Gospel who was praised by men such as William Ames, Thomas Goodwin, and Jeremiah Burroughs. Wilson explains John... More > 4:24 in detail concerning Christ's simply instituted worship: in spirit and truth. He shows, with all the power and effect of a biblical sledgehammer, that anything outside of what Christ has instituted should be considered idolatry, and should be cast out of the church. Wilson covers what worship is, what it means to worship God in both spirit and truth, and how this is the Christian’s duty to do so. He gives various cautions against worshiping God as an idolater, the application of worshipping in spirit and truth, and dispels obstacles that often hinder Christians in godly and holy worship. This work is not a scan or facsimile, has been carefully transcribed by hand being made easy to read in modern English, and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
The Simplicity of Holy Worship By C. Matthew McMahon & John Wilson
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John Wilson (1588–1667) was a passionate and intense Reformed minister of the Gospel who was praised by men such as William Ames, Thomas Goodwin, and Jeremiah Burroughs. Wilson explains John... More > 4:24 in detail concerning Christ's simply instituted worship: in spirit and truth. He shows, with all the power and effect of a biblical sledgehammer, that anything outside of what Christ has instituted should be considered idolatry, and should be cast out of the church. Wilson covers what worship is, what it means to worship God in both spirit and truth, and how this is the Christian’s duty to do so. He gives various cautions against worshiping God as an idolater, the application of worshipping in spirit and truth, and dispels obstacles that often hinder Christians in godly and holy worship. This work is not a scan or facsimile, has been carefully transcribed by hand being made easy to read in modern English, and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
The Glory of Evangelical Worship By C. Matthew McMahon et al.
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John Owen (1616-1683) is described as the greatest theologian of the English Puritan movement. This volume contains John Owen’s most choice sections on glorifying Jesus Christ in Evangelical... More > worship. It is the only volume of its kind outside of his extensively written corpus. Worship is the life of the Christian, and must be understood according to the principles God has prescribed in his word. Is there any topic that cries out with more significance in our contemporary culture than understanding the foundations of biblical worship? Also in this volume is the rare work by Edward Hutchins called, “Scripture Proof for Singing Hymns and Spiritual Songs.” Hutchins gave an astounding demonstration of Scriptural prowess explaining the prophetic nature of the Psalms, and the New Testament ordinance of exclusive psalm singing. This work is not a scan or facsimile, has been carefully transcribed by hand being made easy to read in modern English, and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
The Glory of Evangelical Worship By C. Matthew McMahon et al.
eBook (ePub): $7.99
John Owen (1616-1683) is described as the greatest theologian of the English Puritan movement. This volume contains John Owen’s most choice sections on glorifying Jesus Christ in Evangelical... More > worship. It is the only volume of its kind outside of his extensively written corpus. Worship is the life of the Christian, and must be understood according to the principles God has prescribed in his word. Is there any topic that cries out with more significance in our contemporary culture than understanding the foundations of biblical worship? Also in this volume is the rare work by Edward Hutchins called, “Scripture Proof for Singing Hymns and Spiritual Songs.” Hutchins gave an astounding demonstration of Scriptural prowess explaining the prophetic nature of the Psalms, and the New Testament ordinance of exclusive psalm singing. This work is not a scan or facsimile, has been carefully transcribed by hand being made easy to read in modern English, and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less