Biblical Repentance

"Why is Biblical repentance the need of this hour? Because we are living in a day when most religious leaders actually deny the need for repentance." Thus Pastor Shelton opens...

Virtuous Womanhood

Who can find a virtuous woman? for her price is far above rubies." - Proverbs 31:10Articles:Christ's Call to Young Women - Thomas Vincent (1634-1678) -Christ's Work and Single...

Sickness

John C. Ryle (1816-1900)None of us likes to be sick. But as J. C. Ryle points out, sickness, like the sin that caused it, is universal to all mankind. And while sickness is...

Man's Pursuit Of God The Story of Man In Search Of Meaning

M. L. Rossvally, a respected military surgeon in the Civil War starts his journey and encounters a impactful testimony in a "drummer boy" on his death bed. Rossvally is a Jew, and...

Am I Really a Christian?

Though it would certainly be unkind to give false assurance of salvation to someone who has not been truly converted, it would be equally cruel to withhold comfort and assurance...

Spurgeon Gems

Spurgeon Gems is a collection of quotations from Spurgeon’s sermons, preached during the years 1880 through 1892. The 280 quotations mostly consist of a few sentences up to a...

The Blood of the Lamb The Conquering Weapon

What weapon do believers have that will enable them to overcome the terrible attacks of Satan? Charles Spurgeon shows us our means of victory is the blood of Christ. He unfolds...

The Benefits of Christ

The Benefits of Christ was arguably the most popular book of the short lived Italian Reformation. It is estimated that 40,000 to 80,000 copies were printed between 1541-1548, of...

Christ Is All

John C. Ryle (1816-1900)Christ Is All  glorifies Christ. It presents the risen Savior as the Redeemer throughout history and, indeed, without beginning or end. It is a great...

The Heavenly Footman A fast-paced and direct challenge to every Christian

The Heavenly Footman is a fast-paced and direct challenge to every Christian to “run the race to win”! Footman is no reference to an infantryman or an aristocrat’s...

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