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Listen to the Man Who Listens to God

Listen to the Man Who Listens to God by A.W. Tozer From Mr. Tozer’s book “The Root of the Righteous”   If while hearing a sermon we can fix on but one real jewel of truth we may consider ourselves well rewarded for the time we have spent. One such gem was uncovered during a […]

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The Root of the Righteous

  The Root of the Righteous   by A.W. Tozer   From Mr. Tozer’s book: The Root of the Righteous Wing Spread Publishers Camp Hill, Pennsylvania   One marked difference between the faith of our fathers as conceived by the fathers and the same faith as understood and lived by their children is that the […]

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Bible Taught or Spirit Taught?

  Bible Taught or Spirit Taught?   by A.W. Tozer From his book: The Root of the Righteous Wing Spread Publishers Camp Hill, Pennsylvania   It may shock some readers to suggest that there is a difference between being Bible taught and being Spirit taught. Nevertheless it is so. It is altogether possible to be […]

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The Rightness of God

        The Rightness of God   by Cornelius R. Stam   St. Paul’s great Epistle to the Romans has much to say about “the righteousness of God”; in fact this is the theme of the Book of Romans. Sad to say, however, the Bible is so little read and studied of late that […]

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Each His Own Cross

  Each His Own Cross Ken Pullen ACP Thursday, December 13, 2011 And he said to them all, “If any man will come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross daily, and follow me.” Luke 9: 23 The tenth word in verse 23, will, in the Greek is; thelō It means; […]

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The Teaching of Self-Esteem

  The Teaching of Self-Esteem by Paul M. SadlerScripture Reading: “Holding fast the faithful word as he hath been taught, that he may be able by sound doctrine both to exhort and to convince [refute] the gainsayers.” — Titus 1:9 Satan never rests in his insatiable desire to corrupt the Word of God. A case […]

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The Holy Spirit and the Believer Today

    The Holy Spirit and the Believer Today by Cornelius R. StamGrace and faith are the characteristic features of the present dispensation. Not only is salvation now declared to be by grace, through faith, but the Spirit also operates in the believer by grace, through faith. He does not take possession of us and […]

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Let It Get You Down

LET IT GET YOU DOWN by Cornelius R. Stam “For this cause I bow my knees unto the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ” (Eph. 3: 14). When adversity strikes, the world keeps telling us: “Don’t let it get you down,” but believers in the Lord Jesus Christ have learned that it is good to […]

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Standing Whatever the Cost

                                                        Standing Whatever the Cost by Cornelius R. StamWhen the Babylonian multitudes prostrated themselves in worship before the golden god which Nebuchadnezzar had erected, three young Hebrews refused to bow and remained standing, erect and alone. When called before Nebuchadnezzar to answer for their impudence and threatened with death in a fiery furnace, they […]

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Chastisement and Cross Carrying

  Chastisement and Cross Carrying by A.W. Tozer   For the Christian, cross carrying and chastisement are alike but not identical. they differ in a number of important ways. The two ideas are usually considered to be the same and the words embodying the ideas are used interchangeably. There is, however, a sharp distinction between them. […]

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