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|The Lord’s Prayer |
If you could be taught to pray by anyone, who would it be? Jesus is the easy answer. But, few seem to get how to translate Jesus’ teaching on prayer into a warm, intimate and valuable prayer life. If that’s you, then this book will help! A deep, but practical teacher, Pink will take you through the words of Jesus, setting you right before the radiant throne of God.
|Spiritual Growth |
While being extremely practical, the subject of Spiritual Growth can be complex and mysteriously difficult to understand. By the grace of God we Christians are transformed to die more and more to sin; yet the Bible repeatedly call us to pray for our spiritual growth. In this study Pink comprehensively explores and communicates in simple terms the many sides that should govern our acting and thinking as we strive after a well rounded Christian character and to grow-up into Christ.
|The Life of Faith |
The Life of Faith is a selection of writings taken from published books and magazine articles by Arthur W. Pink. In this book, the author emphasizes what God has done for his people. Among the topics covered are the purpose of Christ’s death, Christian dispensation, and Christian assurance. Also examined is the Christian feature of backsliding as he looks at the life of David. The reader will be encouraged by Pink’s balanced approach to the Christian walk.
|The Beatitudes |
Those familiar with Arthur Pink’s typically rich and reverent treatment of God’s Word will welcome this book centered on two key passages of the New Testament. With typical thoroughness and clarity, Pink relates the practical implications of sincere discipleship and prayer to the central doctrines of the Christian faith.
|The Prophetic Parables of Matthew 13 |
Centering on the Lord’s teachings on the “Kingdom of Heaven”, Arthur Pink humbly explores the subject of Prophecy. The seven parables of Matthew 13 are divided into four and three— the first four were spoken to the multitude on the seashore, the last three to the disciples inside the house. Pink suggests the first four give us the external view in the history of Christendom, while the last three portray that which is more internal and spiritual. In this book the reader of will find thorough and reliable biblical scholarship on a subject that attracts much conjecture and speculation.
|The Redeemer’s Return |
Arthur W. Pink (1886-1952) was born and educated in England. He wrote many works, covering many topics. He wrote two books on premillenialism, namely, "The Redeemer’s Return." and “The Antichrist”. It must be noted that A.W. Pink, later in his life, rejected many facets of premillenialism and dispensationalism as presented in these two works.
|The Satisfaction of Christ: Studies in the Atonement |
A.W. Pink examines and proclaims the glorious nature and the marked extent of Christ’s Atonement. The death of Christ, the incarnate Son of God, is the most remarkable event in all history. This resource will help the reader to gain a fuller perspective and a greater appreciation for the divine cost and the human benefits of the finished work of Christ.
|The Doctrine of Election |
In this clear and concise volume from Arthur Pink, the doctrines of election and justification are discussed as being more than pieces of mere abstractions. However difficult these doctrines are to understand, with a little effort they can be accepted and understood as divine statements which should interest every human being. Through this book the reader will gain an awareness of the exceeding greatness of God’s grace.
|Gleanings from Elisha: His Life and Miracles |
In this work A.W. Pink compares the miracles of Elijah and Elisha; the majority of those performed by Elijah were associated with death and destruction; while in contrast most of those attributed to Elisha were works of healing and restoration. In this discerning and helpful commentary Pink examines the seven testings of Elisha, his seventeen miracles, and his death.
|Studies in Saving Faith |
The message of this title is as relevant today as the day it was first published. Pink sounds the charge that, “Those preachers who tell sinners they may be saved without forsaking their idols, without repenting, without surrendering to the Lordship of Christ are as erroneous and dangerous as others who insist that salvation is by works and that Heaven must be earned by our own efforts”. This work with its central message being the importance of the unadulterated Gospel is a valuable resource for the recent convert as well as the seasoned saint.
|Profiting from the Word |
Christian intellectual learning is not the same thing as growing in grace. In this work A.W. Pink reminds us that a great deal depends on what we have in mind when we turn to God’s Word. If only to familiarize ourselves with its contents and become better versed in its details, it is likely that the garden of our souls will remain barren; but if with the prayerful desire to be rebuked and corrected by the Word, to be searched by the Spirit, to conform our hearts to its holy requirements, then we may expect a Divine blessing.
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