Posts from February 2021

Posts from February 2021

John Grant’s Complete Set of 96 Bible Charts

Click here for a set of 96 highly recommended outlines and charts by John Grant. Mr Grant was editor of the Believer’s Magazine from 1999 to 2015. These charts originally appeared in the centre of the BM over a number of years and include outlines of all 66 books of the Bible.  

The 7 Feasts of Jehovah by John Ritchie

John Ritchie (1853-1930) authored many books and tracts in his lifetime. His three volumes on typology were especially helpful, one of which, The Seven Feasts of Jehovah is available here: CLICK HERE TO READ, DOWNLOAD OR SHARE “THE SEVEN FEASTS OF JEHOVAH” BY JOHN RITCHIE Here is a brief biography of John Ritchie (1853-1930): For 37 years the editor of The Believer’s Magazine, John Ritchie was born in the village of Old Meldrum, Aberdeenshire, on September 10th, 1853; he had…

“Safety Certainty and Enjoyment” by George Cutting

George Cutting (1834-1934) was a prolific author of evangelist tracts and pamphlets. BY far his best know work is Safety, Certainty and Enjoyment, which has been a blessing to thousands of people over many years. It deals with how a person can know for sure that they are saved and on their way to heaven. Mr Cutting gives wise scriptural counsel which has led many to a saving understanding of the gospel of Christ. May you find help from it…

“The Churches of the Saints” by A.J. Holiday

Alfred J. Holiday (1841-1905) authored a number of helpful books during his lifetime. His book The Churches of the Saints, which originally appeared as a series of articles in the Believer’s Magazine in 1902, is a clear setting forth of the truth of the local assembly. A.J. Holiday is especially helpful on the subject of assembly reception. CLICK HERE TO READ, DOWNLOAD OR SHARE A COPY OF “THE CHURCHES OF THE SAINTS” BY ALFRED J. HOLIDAY Here is a brief…

“God’s Way of Salvation” by Alexander Marshall

Alexander Marshall (1846-1928) wrote many tracts and booklets, but, God’s Way of Salvation is his best known. Millions of copies have been printed in over 20 languages. God’s Way of Salvation highlights around 30 questions, excuses and enquiries about the vital topic of God’s salvation and the way to heaven. In answering all of these common issues, Alexander Marshall gives wise scriptural counsel which has led many to a saving understanding of the gospel of Christ. May you find help…

Dress for Christians in Today’s World

by Michael Browne (1930-2016) It is frequently argued by way of excuse that dress is not the most important thing when attending meetings of God’s assembly. It is not so much the outward appearance that God looks for, we are told, but inward reality and sincerity of heart — so, hiding behind this argument, those who use it wear the most casual, often slovenly and even unlaundered (young men), clothing. This is a spurious argument made to justify (a) a…

The Secret of the Christian Life

From “Notes on the Pentateuch”, in comments on Deuteronomy Ch 25, Charles Henry Mackintosh (1820-1896) wrote the following profound words: “Earnest and constant occupation with Christ is the true secret of all practical Christianity. It is not rules and regulations that will ever make us Christ-like in spirit, manner and ways. We must drink into His spirit, walk in His footsteps, dwell more profoundly upon His moral glories, and then we shall, of blessed necessity, be conformed to His image.…

What is God’s Ultimate Purpose?

What is the ultimate purpose of God? To what goal is history heading? Commenting on Ephesians 1:19-23, W.W. Fereday (1866-1959) puts it as succinctly as it has ever been put: “Before the ages of time God, in His infinite wisdom and love, purposed to place the whole universe under His beloved Son in manhood, with the Church in union with Him as His body. The grace of this is overwhelming, for the body is composed of sinners, some of them of…

The Christian’s Pilgrim Character

As Christ was a stranger here, His people are to be “strangers and pilgrims” on the earth, not citizens or rulers in it, as if their calling were to earth, either to renovate it or to govern it. It is not that the Christian is to be heedless of the world’s need, or deaf to its cry; indeed, he cannot be, for the groan of creation without finds its response in the experience of his spirit within. But he knows…