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As Christian believers we face all the challenges of this life in Christ, that is, as joined to him and his illimitable resources. It is as those plugged into the Son of God that we face every obligation God lays upon us. We must endure the sufferings of this present time. We must resist the […]

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Date February 19, 2004
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Mark 8:36&37 “What good is it for a man to gain the whole world, yet forfeit his soul? Or what can a man give in exchange for his soul?” There was an occasion on which John Bunyan, the author of Pilgrim’s Progress, was preaching at Pinner’s Hall, London. Whenever it was announced that Bunyan was […]

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Date February 13, 2004
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Continued from Part I Others destroy their souls with false religions, humanism, New Age philosophies, evolutionism, the cults, and all the inventions of men that exalt man and have no place for the saving work of Jesus Christ, the Son of God. They are all soul-killers. It is not enough that you are sincere. It […]

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Date February 13, 2004
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Do ministers in particular know what Robert P. Martin has done in compiling his "Guide to the Puritans" (Banner of Truth)? The subtitle informs the reader of what this books consists: "A topical and textual index to writings of the Puritans and some of their successors recently in print." The bulk of the book consists […]

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Date February 5, 2004
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150 or so people, including 35 women, were present at the Carey Conference with representatives of 15 nationalities. Praise Hymns were sung; both mornings began with prayer meetings; the report sessions from men living in a dozen countries was one of the high spots. Geoff Thomas: "The Remarkable Jonathan Edwards." I spoke on Edwards. A […]

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Date January 21, 2004
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It is the 1250th anniversary of the death of Boniface, missionary, preacher, bishop, extender of papal authority and martyr. To understand him one has to know something of another Englishman twenty years older than Boniface who was his inspiration and role model. This man was called Willibrord and was born in the north of England […]

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Date January 17, 2004
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The history of the ‘Reformation and Revival Fellowship’ was outlined in a fascinating way by the Rev James Wood at the annual Conference of the Fellowship this November. Mr Wood wasn’t present at the very first residential conference, but in 1956 he went to the third conference in the Highleigh Conference Centre, the year in […]

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Date December 17, 2003
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Three addresses at the Revival and Reformation conference at Swanwick, November 2003, given by Stephen Clerk, Minister at Free School Court Evangelical Church, Bridgend (1) Can you imagine the following situation, a typical British Sunday, but the shops are closed, and there is no major sporting event. Where are all these crowds going? They are […]

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Date December 17, 2003
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Paul Brand was born in Ootacmund on the Nilgiri Hills in South India on 17 July 1914. He died on 8 July 2003. His parents were Jesse Brand of Guildford and Evelyn Harris of St John’s Wood, London. They had married and gone to work for the Strict Baptist Mission in the Kolli Hills, 150 […]

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Date November 26, 2003
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  Omri Jenkins was born on June 16 1915 and died onSeptember 2, 2003. He was born in Llandybie, Carmarthenshire, a small villagein southwest Wales. His parents were converted during the 1904 Revival and hewas named after a respected evangelist. His early years were spent in thePentecostal fellowship which they attended. The Apostolic Church was […]

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Date September 29, 2003
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by Geoff Thomas   The annual Aberystwyth Conference of the Evangelical Movement of Waleshas taken place in the second week of August for almost fifty years, and it isa peak of the year’s Christian teaching, fellowship and outreach into the townfor local Christians. The meetings from the Monday are held in the Great Hallof the […]

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Date September 29, 2003
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Postmodern believers want to use all of their senses, stressed Hall. They want smells and bells. They want to see icons and statues, as well as drama and digital clips from movies. They look for God in nature, as well as scripture. Geoff Thomas writes, "I am a Celt, born and bred in Wales. We […]

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Date July 14, 2003
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Every species of cockney was abroad in the dark and dingy-looking streets, all walking with their heads stuck forwards, their noses turned up, their shins pointing down, their knee joints shaking, as they shuffled along with a gait perfectly ludicrous but indescribable by Geoff Thomas Francis Parkman is best known for his account of "The […]

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Date July 10, 2003
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There is such a thing as an unforgivable sin, and we will not apologise for dealing with a sober theme. Now you know that every wise Christian will say such words as these to you about that sin (and most of you have heard these counsels often through your life) – hear me – that […]

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Date April 8, 2003
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Paul, this Luo pastor, was confident that the falling on the floor and the writhing about was certain evidence of demon possession. People can even claim that they themselves have demons. They themselves can be mistaken, and often are. by Geoff Thomas There is no doubt that once the Lord Jesus began his ministry in […]

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Date March 27, 2003
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