Monthly Archives: December 2014

Repentance Before Prayer for Forgiveness – Charles Finney

Originally from here. The Oberlin Evangelist. November 19, 1851 “Repent, therefore, of this thy wickedness, and pray God, if perhaps the thought of thine heart may be forgiven thee. For I perceive that thou are in the gall of bitterness, … Continue reading

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Preaching So As To Convert Nobody – Charles Finney

Originally from here. THE INDEPENDENT. NEW YORK, SEPTEMBER 7, 1871 The design of this article is to propound several rules by a steady conformity to any one of which a man may preach so as not to convert anybody. It … Continue reading

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Let All the World In Every Corner Sing – Saint Paul’s Cathedral Choir

by George Herbert (d. 1632) Let all the world in every corner sing, my God and King! The heavens are not too high, His praise may thither fly, The earth is not too low, His praises there may grow. Let … Continue reading

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Catchy Hymns from the Methodist Hymnal (1966) – John Boruff

#24 – Hymn number in the Methodist Hymnal of 1966. Song quality ranked from 1-10; beside the hymn number. Songs that are less well-known, but which still sound good: they have links to YouTube for you to listen. —– 1. … Continue reading

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I’m Not Ashamed – Newsboys

(c) 1992 NEWSBOYS PREACH AGAINST SEEKER-SENSITIVE EVANGELISM! —– I’m not ashamed to let you know. I want this light in me to show. I’m not ashamed. To speak the name of Jesus Christ. What are we sneaking around for? Who … Continue reading

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The Biblical Christian Family – John Boruff

This generation has many spiritual problems, all of which stem from pastors rejecting the doctrines of lordship salvation; and preaching cheap grace antinomianism, and leaving churchgoers with the impression that the only thing God requires is forgiveness and love. Nothing … Continue reading

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How Rich Christians Can Avoid Eternal Damnation – John Boruff

Wickedness is prevalent among the rich, but it is also prevalent among the poor. However, because the poor go through experiences of being broken, unlike the rich:–I believe the poor are automatically closer to repentance and faith than the unregenerate … Continue reading

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