A Great Gulf Fixed

Sermons on the Rich Man and Lazarus

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Weight 0.26 lbs
Dimensions 7.13 x 4.75 x 0.3 in
topic

Spiritual Growth

page-count

128

scripture

Luke

Banner Pub Date

Jan 1, 1960

Original Pub Date

1960

Format

Book

binding

Paperback

isbn

9780851517650

Book Description

In his book, A Great Gulf Fixed, Brownlow North describes divisions which are deep and wide exist both within and between nations. The greatest of these is probably that between rich and poor because it translates into the gulf between the powerful and the oppressed, the educated and the illiterate, the well-fed and well-housed and the starving of the world’s shanty towns. It creates a happiness on the one hand and a misery on the other. However, there is a division which goes deeper and runs further even than this. It results from the way in which people of all ages and places relate to the Word and Kingdom of God. In terms of it, the rich may be poor and the poor, rich and while gospel riches may not obliterate the wretchedness of life below, they will not result in endless woe in the world beyond but eternal bliss. Are you really rich? Or are you really poor?

 

Table of Contents Expand ↓

INTRODUCTION 7
EARTHLY SUFFERING NOT SALVATION 13
HOW THE BEGGAR BECAME RICH 25
HOW THE RICH MAN BECAME POOR 35
THE POOR RICH MAN 49
HE PRAYS 59
GOD THE ONLY HEARER OF PRAYER 70
EARNEST, HEART-FELT, TOO-LATE PRAYER 79
THE ANSWER 87
THE SECOND PETITION 101
SIX SHORT RULES FOR YOUNG CHRISTIANS 116
ARE YOU ASLEEP? AN ADDRESS BY J. C. RYLE 117

 

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