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Assurance of Salvation

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Studies in the Scriptures
Editor: Arthur W. Pink

Most of Arthur W. Pink's works first appeared in Studies in the Scriptures, a monthly magazine published from 1922 to 1953. Each issue contains six to eight articles expositinng Scripture or addressing Scripture-related topics. Many of these were series extending over a period of years. Most volumes contain two years, and the best of these cover the years 1932 to 1953. We are now offering these in a zip file for quick downloading. They can be searched exclusively with our new search feature. [go]

The Diary & Letters of Ruth Bryan

None who were acquainted with the disposition of Ruth Bryan, naturally so diffident and retiring, could have supposed there was within her so deep and privileged an insight into God's Word, qualifying her in an eminent degree to impart to her fellow-pilgrims the sweetest and most glowing views of the "truth as it is in Jesus." Taught as she had herself been by the Holy Spirit, in a clear and most experimental way, she was thereby fitted to minister from her own heart to the hearts and consciences of others. Moreover, the scenes of trial and deep soul-exercise through which she was called to pass, from her earliest years, prepared her all the more to "weep with those that weep," and "to rejoice with them that do rejoice" (excerpt from The Biography of Ruth Bryan). [go] To download a version of this book formatted for eReaders, right-click here and select "Save Target As" (Internet Explorer) or "Save Link As" (Google Chrome).

All Things for Good
Thomas Watson

If the whole Scripture be the feast of the soul, as Ambrose said, then Romans 8 may be a dish at that feast, and with its sweet variety may very much refresh and animate the hearts of Gods people. In the preceding verses the apostle had been wading through the great doctrines of justification and adoption, mysteries so arduous and profound, that without the help and conduct of the Spirit, he might soon have waded beyond his depth. In this verse the apostle touches upon that pleasant string of consolation, "WE KNOW THAT ALL THINGS WORK TOGETHER FOR GOOD TO THEM THAT LOVE GOD." Not a word but is weighty; therefore I shall gather up every filing of this gold, that nothing be lost. [more]

Full Color Gospel Tract
How to Be Sure

We live in a day when multitudes have been assured they are saved because they have walked an aisle, said "the sinner's prayer" or signed a decision card; yet they show none of the signs of being born again which are given in God's Word. Christ said, "Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God" (John 3:3). Therefore, assurance of regeneration is essential in order to have assurance of salvation. The tract "How to Be Sure" shows the urgent need for this assurance and the biblical basis for it. Biblical guidelines also are given for those who lack it. [go]

Full Color Poem Tract
Down Life's Path

"Down Life's Path" depicts the vanity and consequences of seeking happiness in the things of the world and gives the only solution which is faith in Christ. Not only can this tract be useful for witnessing to unbelievers but also for encouraging believers. It serves as a reminder of the happiness they have in Christ which is often needed in a world filled with sorrow. The poem "Assurance" is included so that people will know what changes to expect in their lives when they have saving faith. [go]

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Willing Captive

Unshackled from sin
Imprisoned to praise,
I'm sentenced to love Thee
For the rest of my days.
My heart has been bound
With Thy merciful cords.
My tongue has been loosed
For Thy love songs, oh Lord.
No bars, no chains
Are required on me,
For 'tis my greatest joy
To be fettered to Thee.

—Vicki Baird

A Ballast for My Soul

Life is like a stormy sea
That tosses to and fro,
But God's Word will ever be
A ballast for my soul;
By its truth I'll be held fast
Till I reach heaven's shore
Where I will be home at last
And sail life's sea no more!

—Perry Boardman

Note: This poem is available on a plaque.


 
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