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A Biblical Basis of Missions (Your Mission as a Christian)
by Avery T. Willis, Jr. click here

A Daily Bible Method Reading of the Bible Done Successfully click here
(Bible Reading Methods, Structures of the Bible, Best Translations to Use,Where to Start )

A Daily Morning & Evening Reading Devotional Plan from Jan to Dec click here

A Day Study in Stewardship by Tim Keller click here

An Earnest Ministry the Need of the Times by John Angell James click here

Being an Effective Bible Class Teacher by Gene Taylor click here

Bible Study For Spiritual Power by J. R. Mott click here

Can There be More Unity Among Churchmen by J. C. Ryle click here

Characteristics of the Anointed Preacher When the Holy Ghost is Come
by Samuel Logan Brengle click here

Cheer Up My Comrades by Charles H. Spurgeon click here

Christian Fellowship the Church Member's Guide by John Angell James click here

Christian Witnesses for God by Charles G. Finney click here

Church Planting by Danie Vermeulen click here (excellent)

Concerning the Ministers of Christ, and His Church... by George Fox click here

Converting Sinners A Christian Duty by Charles G. Finney click here

Corporate Prayer for Revival by Jonathan Edwards click here

Counseling Recipes by Timothy Tow click here

Discipleship by J. Arnold click here

Earnestness Its Marring and Maintenance by Charles H. Spurgeon click here

Evangelism 101 Laying The Foundation by Matt Waymeyer click here

Evangelism Made Personal by Mark A. Copeland click here

John G. Lake From the Diary of John G. Lake click here

Keep Praying Until God Answers When He Seems Not to Hear, Trust Him Still
by R. A. Torrey click here

How Do You Do? by J. C. Ryle click here

How Do You Know If You Are A Real Christian by Jonathan Edwards click here

How Far May Churchmen Differ by J. C. Ryle click here

How May Ministers Best Win Souls by Robert Traill click here
(1. Take Heed unto Thyself, Would You be a Saved and Successful Minister? 2. The Saving of Souls and Advice about the Means, 3. You that are Ministers Suffer a Word of Exhortation)

How to get the Most From Reading Your Bible by Thomas Watson click here

How to Work for Christ Volume 1 Personal Work by R. A. Torrey click here
(The Importance & Advantages of Personal Work, The Conditions of Success, Where to do Personal Work, How to Begin, How to Deal with those who Realize their Need of a Savior & Really Desire to be Saved, How to Deal with those who have Little or No Concern about their Souls, How to Deal with those who have Difficulties, How to Deal with those who Entertain False Hopes, How to Deal with those who Lack Assurance, How to Deal with Backsliders, How to Deal with Professed Skeptics & Infidels, How to Deal with those who Wish to put Off a Decision until Some Other Time, How to Deal with the Deluded, How to Deal with Christians who Need Counsel, Rebuke, Encouragement or Comfort, Some Hints & Suggestions for Personal Work)

How to Work for Christ Volume 2 Methods of Christian Walk by R. A. Torrey click here
(House to House Visitation, Cottage Meetings, The Church Prayer Meeting, Use of Tracts, Open-Air Meetings, Tent Work, Organizing & Conducting a Gospel Mission, Meetings in Jails, Hospitals, Poor Houses, Revival Meetings, The After Meeting, Children's Meetings, Advertising the Meetings, Conduct of Funerals, etc.)

How to Work for Christ Volume 3 Preaching & Teaching the Word of God
by R. A. Torrey click here
(How to Prepare a Sermon, Preparation & Delivery of Bible Readings, Illustrations & Their Use, Teaching the Bible, Textual Sermons in Outline, Topical Sermons in Outline, Expository Sermons & Bible Readings in Outline)

Introduction to Biblical Counseling by Jim Newheiser click here

I Want To Be A Soul Winner by Ronny Milliner click here

Minor Prophets by Timothy Tow click here

My Homiletic Swimming Pool or the Art of Preaching by Timothy Tow click here

Of the Church Sermon by John Wesley click here

On Obedience to Pastors by John Wesley click here

On Visiting The Sick - Matthew 25:36 by John Wesley click here

Open-Air Meetings by R. A. Torrey click here

Revivals by Horatius Bonar click here

Revival Addresses by R. A. Torrey click here
(God, God is Love, Found Wanting, The Judgment Day, Every Man's Need of a Refuge, a Question that should Startle Every Man who is Not a Christian, Question for Those who are Rejecting Christ, Refuges of Lies, The Way of Salvation made as Plain as Day, What it Costs not to be a Christian, What are You Waiting?, Excuses, Heroes & Cowards, etc.)

Sacred Hermeneutics click here

Scriptural Christianity - Acts 4:31 by John Wesley click here

Special Directions for Christian Conferences, Exhortation & Reproof
by Richard Baxter click here

The Absence of the Sense of Sin in Present-Day Religion
by Rev. J. S. Sinclair click here

The Bible Pattern for the Evangelization of this World by Clifton Erickson click here

The Christian Father's Present to His Children by John Angell James click here

The Christian Professor by John Angell James click here

The Church by Allan E. McNabb click here

The Church Bound to Convert the World by Charles G. Finney click here

The Importance of Personal Soul Winning R. A. Torrey click here

The Lord's Table by Andrew Murray click here

The Ministry of God's Word by Watchman Nee click here
(The Minister, The Word of God, The Ministry, etc.)

The Ministry of Home by Octavius Winslow click here
(The Christian Family, The Desire to See Jesus, The Heart Opened, The Lord's Time of Love, Christ Not Hidden, The Woman that Left Her Water pot, The Power of the Tongue, The Gift of Suffering, The Bereaved Home, The Influence of Companionship, Gracious Surprisals, etc.)

The Missionary Problem is a Personal Problem by Andrew Murray click here

The Normal Christian Church Life by Watchman Nee click here

The Normal Christian Life
by Watchman Nee click here
(The Blood of Christ, The Cross of Christ, One Body in christ, The Goal of the Gospel etc.)

The Preacher's Power and the Conditions of Obtaining It
by Charles H. Spurgeon click here

The Reformed Pastor by Richard Baxter click here

The Revival We Need by Oswald J. Smith click here
(The Outpouring of the Spirit, The Responsibility for Revival, Soul-Travail, The Enduement of Power, Conviction, Obstacles, Faith, Heart Yearnings for Revival, Manifestations of God's Power, Spiritual Experiences of Priceless Value)

The Soul Winner - Charles H. Spurgeon Conversion by Charles H. Spurgeon click here

The Success of the Ministry of the Gospel, Owing to a Divine Influence
by Samuel Davies click here

The Sunday School Teacher's Guide by John Angell James click here

The Widow Directed to the Widow's God by John Angell James click here

Two Essential Things by Charles H. Spurgeon click here

What is the Supreme Task of the Church by Oswald J. Smith click here

Why You Should Go To The Mission Field by Keith Green click here

Words to Winners of Souls by Horatius Bonar click here

Working for God by Andrew Murray click here

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Poor in Spirit by Thomas Watson

He that is poor in spirit is lowly in heart. Rich men are commonly proud and
scornful, but the poor are submissive. The poor in spirit roll themselves in the
dust in the sense of their unworthiness. 'I abhor myself in dust' (Job 42:6). He
that is poor in spirit looks at another's excellencies and his own infirmities. He
denies not only his sins but his duties. The more grace he has, the more humble
he is, because he now sees himself a greater debtor to God. If he can do any
duty, he acknowledges it is Christ's strength more than his own. As the ship gets
to the haven more by the benefit of the wind than the sail, so when a Christian
makes swift progress, it is more by wind of God's Spirit than the sail of his own
endeavor. The poor in spirit, when he acts most like a saint, confesses himself
to be 'the chief of sinners'. He blushes more at the defect of his graces than
others do at the excess of their sins. He dares not say he has prayed or wept. He
lives, yet not he, but Christ lives in him. He labours, yet not he, but the grace of
God.

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…if you confess with your mouth, ‘Jesus is Lord,’ and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved (Romans 10:9).

There is one God who made the world; Jesus is God’s King, and therefore all people on earth are accountable to King Jesus. This is true whether people believe it or not. Oxygen continues to exist and keep one alive whether one believes in it or not. Only because of God do we live and breath, and have our existence. God is not going to stop existing because some people don’t believe in Him! And the same is true with Jesus as God’s King. Whether one believes it or not, we will all stand before Jesus one day and give an account as to how we lived in His Father’s world. Ignoring this fact about the future doesn't change the future – we will all meet King Jesus.

And so we all face a choice. Will we live in God’s world like Adam in rebellion and independence from God, or will we live with Jesus as our Lord? If we choose to continue in our rebellion, then we must understand that we will face Jesus as our Judge one day. It will be a terrible judgment of eternal punishment. The Bible describes this as “hell”.

However, the good news of the Bible is that if we choose God’s way through faith in Jesus, we receive forgiveness and acceptance with God. From then on we have a right relationship with God and live in His Kingdom, under His loving rule and blessing. We become His children and followers of His Son Jesus.

We will all meet King Jesus one day. The Bible presents it as an unavoidable fact. The question is: Will it be as JUDGE, or as SAVIOUR AND KING? THE CHOICE IS OURS.

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