The Face of Jesus Christ

Sermons on the Person and Work of Our Lord

Weight 0.74 lbs
Dimensions 8.5 × 5.4 × 0.6 in
ISBN 9781848711471

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Jesus Christ

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May 1, 2012

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New Testament



Book Description

A friend once said to Archibald Brown that the sermons he found most helpful and enjoyable were simple sermons. ‘What do you mean by a simple sermon?’, his pastor replied. The answer was, ‘One that is all about the Lord.’ This book contains many of Archibald Brown’s outstanding sermons on the Person and Work of Christ. It takes the reader to the heart of Brown’s ministry with an attractiveness and relevance that will never dim.

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Publisher’s Introduction ix
1 The Face of Jesus Christ 1
2 Jesus Christ, the Eternal and Immutable God 13
3 Christ’s Lordship over Nature 25
4 ‘He Wrote of Me’ 37
5 When the Wine Fails 49
6 ‘I Say unto Thee, Arise’ 61
7 A Story the Master Told 71
8 Jesus Speaks as Only God Can 83
9 Finding It as He Said 95
10 On His Heart and Shoulder 109
11 The Heads of Christ’s Last Sermon 119
12 The Death, Resurrection, and Revelation of Jesus Christ 131
13 ‘Signs Following’—What? 145
14 ‘I, Jesus’ 157
15 The Return of Our Lord 169
16 Precious Jesus 183
17 The Saviour’s Defence of Sublime Devotion 197
18 The Marks of the Lord Jesus 209
19 Ashamed of Christ? 223
20 Despised by Man, Exalted by God 233
21 The Challenger and His Challenge 247
22 The Two Feasts 261
Epilogue: ‘That Little Bit’ 273


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  1. Richard C Ross

    This slim volume is a quite glorious treasure!

    The sermons are unpretentious discoveries of the glory of Christ. In a sense the title says it all! Heart-warming, Christ glorifying, at times gloriously bold in their perception of the beauty of the Lord. I should like to quote from the sermon, ‘He spoke of me’, to pass on this sublime insight to the inner life of the Holy Trinity:

    ‘Oh, how infinitely precious Jesus must have been to the Father! How the coming of Christ occupied the Father’s thoughts. May I say it without undue boldness? It looks as if God the Father could think of nothing else. And when the Holy Ghost writes the book he too can never get away from that face. Every story, every incident, all serves to picture him.’

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