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Why Four Gospels? - Table of Contents
       In the Fullness of Time The question has been asked from the very beginning, "Why four Gospels? Why not five? Why not three?" Well, the wag has given an answer: "Three is not adequate, and five is superfluous, so we have four." But there must be a better reason than that. Some scholars have attempted to resolve the problem by making a harmony
SermonWhy Jesus Died!
      The subject before us, why Jesus died, is not an explanation but it is a declaration. I could only wish that I had the pungent genius of a Paul or the lofty inspiration of a John or the pregnant imagination of a Chrysostom or the scintillating brilliance of an Augustine to present this subject, Why Jesus Died. I am very conscious of the real danger
SermonWhy Jesus Was Angry
      It is assumed today that the gentle Jesus, the lowly carpenter of Nazareth, the humble peasant of Palestine, the man of Galilee, never exhibited any feelings of anger. Many are convinced that He evidenced no emotion of animosity, that He displayed no resistance to evil, and that He demonstrated no antagonism toward anything. The popular conception
SermonWhy the Flood?
      When rains come to Southern California, the metropolitan newspapers carry headlines: FLOOD DISASTER. It sounds like Noah's day, and for those who live in the flooded areas, it does mean disaster. But for Southern California generally, the rains are worth millions of dollars and are a great blessing. By the same token, the flood of Noah's day was a
SermonWomen's Place in the Local Church
      I exhort, therefore, that first of all, supplications, prayers, intercessions, and giving of thanks, be made for all men, for kings, and for all that are in authority, that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and honesty. For this is good and acceptable in the sight of God, our Savior, who will have all men to be saved, and to c
SermonWorld Dominion - Whose Will it Be?
       The Times of the Gentiles There are two worldwide kingdoms ahead of us, and we may be closer to them than we think we are. The first will be the kingdom of Antichrist, set up by man's philosophy and man's psychology. It will deify human beings and attempt to prove that they can unite and bring about a world of order, peace, and equality without

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