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The church in Sudan

The church in the Sudan has not only survived persecution but continues to grow. Unofficial reports indicate that the number…

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Whatever my lot

┬áJust after the Arab-Israeli war in 1967, I spent ten weeks in Jerusalem. One afternoon I was invited to have…

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Let go of your baby

There are some people who seem to be able to handle problems and difficulties reasonably well. Others fall to pieces…

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Real REPENTANCE – do you have it?

When Jesus began to preach, he told his hearers to 'repent' (Matthew 4:17). He stated in Luke 13 that unless…

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The true God

Concerning the character of God, what gross mistakes men make! I believe it is a mistake about God himself which…

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A book that changed me: The Mystery of Providence
John Flavel

My life seemed like a jigsaw puzzle of many pieces. It was not until I read John Flavel's The mystery of Providence (Banner of Truth) that I realized there was a divine purpose holding every part together, and providing the…

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A book that changed me: The Pursuit of God
A. W. Tozer

One Friday evening in the early 1960s I made a rare visit to the Westminster Chapel Bible study. What I remember most about that evening is not the exposition of the episode to the Romans but the notices, during which…

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A book that changed me: The Reformed Doctrine of Predestination
Lorraine Boettner

The book that changed me was Lorraine Boettner's The Reformed doctrine of predestination. I had attended a holiness Bible college, and it had failed to open my mind to the full heart of the gospel. I had begun to preach…

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A book that changed me: The Annals of the Disruption
Thomas Brown

The book that has had the most profound impact on my life is a relatively obscure work about Scottish church history, The Annals of the Disruption by Thomas Brown, first published in 1884. I was given this book by my…