I picked up this well-know book on a discount rack. It is a book written by Spurgeon directly to sinners who might be so inclined to read about the gospel for themselves (talk about a different age!). I think it (and L.S. Chafer’s True Evangelism) is one of the most relevant books on evangelism from past generations one can buy today.
New Testament HeraldsJuly 21, 2012
Perhaps the most seldom used title in the Bible for the minister is “Preacher.” Though the English word “Preacher” appears four times, one time (Rom. 10:14) is actually a verb, and another (2 Pet. 2:5) refers to Noah, an Old Testament character. So the title “Preacher,” referring to the New Testament minister is only used […]
The Kingdom of God in the GospelsJune 14, 2012
Few subjects have been of greater interest to me in my ministry as a pastor and teacher than that of the Kingdom of God. Coming out of high school and going to Bible College I knew nothing of its doctrinal significance. I must confess that I knew little more than that coming out of Bible […]
The Highways and HedgesJune 4, 2011
I found the joy of the salvation of others. Oh, the privilege, the blessed privilege, to be used of God to win a soul to Christ, and to see a man or woman being led out of bondage by some act of ours toward them. To think that God should condescend to allow us to […]