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CXXXVII. Not ashamed of the Gospel.

CXXXVII. Not ashamed of the Gospel.

ROM. i. 16. “I am not ashamed of the Gospel of Christ.” IN the Apostle’s days there were some things...

CXXXVI. Paul a Debtor.

CXXXVI. Paul a Debtor.

ROM. i. 14. “l am debtor both to the Greeks, and barbarians; both to the wise, and the unwise.” PAUL...

CXXXV. Providence in the life of Paul.

CXXXV. Providence in the life of Paul.

ACTS xxviii. 14. “And so we went toward Rome.” THESE words are connected with a wonderful chapter of providences in...

CXXXIV. What it is to be a Christian.

CXXXIV. What it is to be a Christian.

ACTS xxvi. 19. “Whereupon, O king Agrippa, I was not dis- obedient unto the heavenly vision.” THESE words are truly...

CXXXIII. Paul’s Conviction.

CXXXIII. Paul’s Conviction.

ACTS xxvi. 9. “I verily thought with myself, that I ought to do many things contrary to the name of...

CXXXII. Paul’s Preaching.

CXXXII. Paul’s Preaching.

ACTS xxiv. 24. “Concerning the faith in Christ.” THIS was Paul’s one subject. When did he discourse upon any other?...

CXXXI. The Sorrow that arises at the Departure of a Christian Minister.

CXXXI. The Sorrow that arises at the Departure of a Christian Minister.

ACTS xx. 38. “Sorrowing most of all for the words which he spake, that they should see his face no...

CXXX. Christ and Evil Spirits.

CXXX. Christ and Evil Spirits.

ACTS xix. 15. “Jesus I know, and Paul I know; but who are ye?” I. THE character of Christ is...

CXXIX. A Call to Repentance.

CXXIX. A Call to Repentance.

ACTS xvii. 30 “God now commandeth all men everywhere to repent.” GOD gives us, to begin with, some simple test...

CXXVIII. The Unknown God.

CXXVIII. The Unknown God.

ACTS xvii. 23. “To the unknown God.” I. HEATHENDOM’S confession of the unknown God. What- ever the human intellect could...