| › Table Of Contents - Quiet Talks On Service
S. D. Gordon
Author of "Quiet Talks on Power,"
and "Quiet Talks on Prayer"
| › 1 - Personal Contact With Jesus: The Beginning of Service. - (John i:35-51.)
The Beginning of an Endless Friendship.
About a quarter of four one afternoon, three young men were standing together on a road ...read|
| › 2 - The Triple Life: The Perspective of Service. - (Luke ix:1-6; x:1-3, 17; John xx:19-23; Matthew xxviii:18-20.)
On An Errand for Jesus.
You remember there were four times that Jesus picked out ...read|
| › 3 - Yokefellows: The Rhythm of Service. - (Matthew xi. 25-30; Luke x:1, 17, 21-24.)
The Master's Invitation.
It was about six months before the tragic end that Jesus sent out thirty-five ...read|
| › 4 - A Passion for Winning Men: The Motive-power of Service. - (Mark vi:30-34.)
A Day off.
One morning toward the end, in the midst of His busiest campaigning, Jesus was very tired. It is one of the touches ...read|
| › 5 - Deep-Sea Fishing: The Ambition of Service. - (Luke v:1-11.)
A Water Haul.
Jesus was very fond of the outdoors. The Gospels have a woodsy smell. He taught in the synagogues, but He seemed to ...read|
| › 6 - Money: The Golden Channel of Service. - (Luke xvi:1-18.) 
Touching a Limitless Circle.
There is an inky shadow over the home of God. There is a sharp pain tugging at the heart of G ...read|
| › 7 - Worry: A Hindrance to Service. - (Psalm xxxvii:1-11; Matthew vi:19-34, Philippians iv:6-7. American Revision.)
There is nothing commoner than worry. Everybody seems to ...read|
| › 8 - Gideon's Band: Sifted for Service. - (1 Corinthians i:18-31; Judges vi and vii.)
God Wants the Best.
Salvation is for all. Service is for those chosen for it. All may serve. That al ...read|
| › 9 - Footnotes -  1 John i:1.
 2 Corinthians iii:18.
 Frances Ridley Havergal.
 Exodus xxi:2-6, Leviticus xxv:39-43; Deuteronomy xv:12-18.