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      In March 1947 Pastor Henry Mahan and his wife, Doris, moved to Ashland, KY to work with Pastor Donald Wells and the Southern Baptist church -Pollard Baptist. In September 1947, realizing that he needed more training and education, the Mahans moved to Chattanooga, TN, where he attended Tennessee Temple College for three years. While there he pastored the Oakwood Baptist Church.

      In April 1950, the Pollard Baptist Church called Pastor Mahan to be Pastor Wells' assistant pastor. In August 1951 Pastor Wells resigned the church and moved to Chattanooga, TN. The church called Pastor Mahan to be their pastor in October 1951.

      Finally, in the late 70's he began to write his own Sunday School lessons, verse by verse through the New Testament; and the teachers used these from that day forward.

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SermonSaved by Grace Alone
       Galatians 2:20:21 I'm going to speak on the subject "Saved By Grace Alone" and it is one of the most important messages I shall ever bring to you and I want you to give me your undivided attention. I'll begin the message with a question and that question is this: DO YOU KNOW WHAT THE MOST DIFFICULT THING FOR A SON OF ADAM, (a human being) TO D
SermonWhat is it to Preach the Gospel?
       For though I preach the gospel, I have nothing to glory of: for necessity is laid upon me; yea, woe is unto me, if I preach not the gospel! -- 1 Corinthians 9:16 The greatest man of apostolic times was the apostle Paul -- no question about that. Paul was the greatest man in everything he did and if you go back to the time when his life was no
With New Testament Eyes - Table of Contents
       With New Testament Eyes Pictures of Christ in the Old Testament A Work Of Henry Mahan Foreward WHILE it is a difficult task to comment on my pastor and father, and those books of his being recorded in this volume, I do consider it a high honor and a privilege. Although this foreword will most certainly be perceived by some as merely from

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