Do you make notes in books? Here are a few thoughts

From Charles Spurgeon's Autobiography DIARY, LETTERS AND RECORDS - COLLECTIONS AUTOBIOGRAPHY DIARY, LETTERS AND RECORDS, by His Wife and His Private Secretary To the Students of the Words, Works and Ways of God In addition to the letters manuscripts, photographs, and autographs of the authors, which Mr. Spurgeon preserved in his copies of their works, …

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Jesus is the door: what do these famous testimonies reveal about their understanding of Christ?

I am the door. If anyone enters by me, he will be saved and will go in and out and find pasture. (John 10:9)This is one of the famous I AM statements by Jesus. Here they all are.1. And Jesus said to them, “I am the bread of life. He who comes to Me shall …

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"Calvinism is not new to Baptists", and other Calvinistic thoughts

With the Southern Baptist Convention going on and its recent history of fighting against the doctrines of grace, AND fighting against the people who bring them, it might be good to get a little perspective. Here are two. Thomas Kidd at Desiring God, writes about the doctrines of grace in church history. And S. Lewis …

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No treaty with Rome! War!

As more and more formerly solid but now straying teachers, and other false brethren associate with and cuddle up to Rome, (I'm speaking of Beth Moore, Kirk Cameron, James Robson, Joel Osteen, Kenneth Copeland... and others) it becomes a concern. Amid their unbiblical calls for unity with Catholics and with Rome, we forget the blood …

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Preaching Divine Providence: A pair of timeless and wonderful sermons, one old and one new, to bookend your weekend

In 1857, Charles Haddon Spurgeon ascended the pulpit at New Park Street Chapel, Southwark, and delivered a wonderful sermon called God's Providence.Charles Spurgeon was an absolutely amazing pastor. His very life defines both submission, and workhorse. Of Spurgeon, Justin Taylor sums up Spurgeon's prodigious output,He often worked 18 hours a day. His collected sermons fill …

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