Monthly Archives: October 2014

A TRULY WICKED AND VILE SINNER

Some years ago a friend of mine, a French evangelist, Paul J. Loizeaux, was preaching in a certain place, and somebody came to him one day and said, “Could you come and see a woman who is very sick? We … Continue reading

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THY WORD – A LAMP UNTO MY FEET

Young people facing the future long to have an assurance that they are on the right track. God in His mercy has made a variety of provisions for their need and prominent among them is the gift of His own … Continue reading

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SUBSTITUTION

I remember we were staying in the home of a Scottish family in Minnesota, and it happened that there was one daughter in the family who had not yet received the Lord Jesus Christ as her Saviour. The mother said, … Continue reading

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HOW GOOD DOES A MAN HAVE TO BE TO GET TO HEAVEN?

I was very much struck by an incident which I heard Dr. Lewis Sperry Chafer relate. He was riding in a train going down from Kansas City to Dallas, and they were getting near to Fort Worth when he realized … Continue reading

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“CHARGE THAT TO MY ACCOUNT” – Part 3

A Gospel Picture Is not the story of Paul, Philemon and Onesimus a picture of the gospel? A picture of what the Saviour has done for every repentant soul? I think I see Him as he brings the needy, penitent sinner into the … Continue reading

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“CHARGE THAT TO MY ACCOUNT” – Part 1

“If thou count me therefore a partner, receive him as myself. If he hath wronged thee, or oweth thee ought, put that on mine account; I Paul have written it with mine own hand, I will repay it; albeit I … Continue reading

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“CHARGE THAT TO MY ACCOUNT” – Part 2

I can imagine Onesimus coming to Paul, and saying, “Now, Paul, I want your advice. There is a matter which is troubling me. You know my master, Philemon. I must confess that I robbed him and ran away. I feel … Continue reading

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