What Is Christianity? explores burning questions taught by the greatest theologians of our time. Explore the riches of the Psalms with C. H. Spurgeon's golden pen, as this masterful teacher offers morning and evening meditations set to the Book of Psalms. Every Christian since the beginning has wrestled with important life questions. When listening to these sermons and audiobooks from the most popular Christian authors of all time, you will be astounded by the insights contained in these classical Christian volumes.
Forgiveness - how does one receive it? Does God really forgive all my sin the moment I trust Christ as Savior? What was the cost of forgiveness?
Christianity is not a set of abstractions - a number of dogmas - a system of doctrines. It is preeminently a religion of living facts, of divine realities - a religion which finds its center in a divine Person, the Man Christ Jesus. He is the foundation of all Christian doctrine. From His divine and glorious Person all truth radiates. In this paper CHM explores Christ as a Test, as a Victim and as a Model, and asks the solemn question which still remains to be answered - "What have you done with the Son of God?
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The best of C.H. Mackintosh is a compilation of some of the most notable works. Mackintosh was so focused on the Person and Work of Christ and on His Word that you will note that underlying theme everywhere. Even when his words are stern, they are always gracious. This is the first in a series of the best of C.H.M.
In Bearing the Standard: A Rallying Cry to Uphold the Scriptures, Kevin reveals how we have collectively lost sight of God’s Standard - how we are thoroughly oblivious to the influences that lead us to misplace and compromise God’s perfect Word: the Scriptures. Bearing the Standard is a practical, prophetic, and foundational word to all of Messiah’s disciples, calling us to boldly raise the banner of Scripture as the only sufficient and supreme standard for our lives.
Jehoshaphat: Worldliness looks at the life of this Old Testament king of Judah and encourages us to examine ourselves in the light of his mistakes. When a Christian enters into connection with the world, he lays himself open to be "persuaded" by the world - to enter upon an unchristian course of action.
Charles Henry Mackintosh (October 1820 – 2 November 1896) was a 19th-century Christian preacher, dispensationalist, writer of Bible commentaries, magazine editor and member of the Plymouth Brethren. This is a collection of his works.