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  1. The Christian Life

    The Christian Life

    Book 4

    Author: W. G. Turner
    Narrator: Stuart Packer
    Runtime: 1.7 Hrs. - Unabridged
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    The Christian Life is a life commenced in faith, continued in patience, and consummated by perseverance. It is a Divine life into which only those born again through the word of truth enter. It is an eternal life, for "I give unto My sheep eternal life and they shall never perish," says the Good Shepherd. It is possessed by every believer in the Lord Jesus Christ simply because he or she is a believer in Him. It is not at all an attainment, but the gift of God in Christ Jesus our Lord. It is not a renovation of human nature but a new life; not a mere reformation but a regeneration by God the Holy Spirit. Strictly stated the real Christian life is the life of Christ lived in the Christian. Here then, briefly, we review the open secret of the devotional Christian life Have I been forgiven much? Do I love much? Do I practically own Him as Lord of my life? Do I do the things which He says? These are the questions which those who wish to know the joy of the Christian life must face for themselves. But Praise the Lord, we need not be alarmed, for we can count on Him to do exceeding abundantly above all we can ask or think, according to the power that worketh in us. A word about the author: William George Turner was born in 1875 and called home aged 80 on 31st August 1955. He is buried at St. Nicholas at Wade, Thanet, Kent. As well as ‘The Christian Life’ he also wrote many other articles and is most well known for his book ‘Unknown and Well Known: A Biography of John Nelson Darby’. This book is part of the Brethren Writers Library series. These books go forth with the purpose of introducing the listener to the writings of men who were gifted of God as teachers ‘for the perfecting of the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ’. Many of their writings are freely available online at Stem publishing.com. Words by the Wayside, 2014.
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  2. A Night in the Sea

    A Night in the Sea

    Book 6

    Narrator: Stuart Packer
    Runtime: 0.72 Hrs. - Unabridged
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    In ‘A Night in the Sea’ (which is part of his excellent book ‘ Night scenes of Scripture’) , beginning with the night-time crossing of the Red Sea in Exodus 14, WTP Wolston discusses ‘The Salvation of the Lord’. In his own very clear and down-to earth way he brings out the beauty of Salvation; "Fear ye not, stand still, and see the salvation of the Lord”. As he says “Salvation is a very large word. It comprehends forgiveness, and deliverance, and peace, and the knowledge that I am justified…Every believer in Christ is entitled to know what is presented here in type, and figure, and he can then sing sweetly, simply, and happily, "He is become my salvation." This is the first time Salvation is mentioned in Scripture, and the author explains how wonderfully it is all coupled with a person, the person of the Saviour. ‘He who possesses Christ has God's salvation.’ The song of the redeemed, the protection of the Lord (“ If you are under the shelter of the blood, you belong to God, He is your Saviour, and He Himself stands between His people, and the pursuing enemy.”) and many other wonderful Gospel truths are illustrated clearly by this gifted expositor. A word about the author: WALTER THOMAS PRIDEAUX WOLSTON (1840-1917) was born in, Devon, England. He says himself that before he was converted he was a most thorough going young worldling, deeply immersed in its pleasures and its sin, but in London in 1860, the Lord met and saved him. He began as a lawyer and later he established himself as a physician in Edinburgh .He dearly loved the Gospel, and it mattered not what subject he discoursed upon to Christians, he never finished without preaching God's salvation. He had a wonderful influence over young men, and frequently lectured to students in Edinburgh on spiritual subjects. He was the Editor of the magazine entitled ´God´s Glad Tidings´,afterwards altered to ´The Gospel Messenger´,for forty-five years, and many clearly written Gospel booklets have come from his pen. He also wrote books on spiritual subjects, which have been helpful to many, including: "Young Men of Scripture", "Night Scenes of Scripture", "Behold the Bridegroom", ""Seekers for Light" and "The Church". So that by means of the printed page Dr. Wolston has been, through the grace of God, a means of blessing to thousands of both saints and sinners.
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  3. Kept For the Master's Use

    Kept For the Master's Use

    Narrator: Anita Wright
    Runtime: 3.82 Hrs - Unabridged
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    Kept for the Master’s Use’ is based on Frances Ridley Havergal’s famous own hymn ‘Take My Life and Let It Be, Consecrated, Lord to Thee’. It consists of sepa¬rate chapters on each couplet of that well-known hymn. Frances Ridley Havergal encourages us to take very single aspect of our life and consecrate it for the Lord's use, and we are shown very clearly that ‘He who is able and willing to take unto Himself is no less able and willing to keep for Himself’. Havergal encourages us to choose this day whom we will serve with real, thoroughgoing, wholehearted service, ‘and the Lord will receive you; and you will find, as we have found, that He is such a good Master that you are satisfied with His goodness, and that you will never want to go out free’. A word about the author: Frances Ridley Havergal (1836-1879) was an English poet and hymn writer and is well known throughout the Christian world. Her hymns, poems and books have been sung and read by millions. This audio edition is published with the prayerful desire that the Blessed Spirit of God may be pleased to use it for Christ’s Glory and for the comfort, encouragement and edification of God’s people. This book is part of the Words by the Wayside ‘Classics Series’ and is beautifully read by Anita Wright. Words by the Wayside, 2015.
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  4. Mephibosheth

    Mephibosheth

    Book 3

    Narrator: Stuart Packer
    Runtime: 0.6 Hrs. - Unabridged
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    Mephibosheth, or, The Kindness of God. In this beautiful exposition of the unmerited kindness of King David toward the poor lame orphan Mephibosheth, we see a picture of the kindness of God, through Jesus Christ. The condition of fallen man, the wondrous grace of God in His kindness to poor lost sinners and the privileges of conferred sonship - “and thou shalt eat bread at my table continually” - are clearly brought out by this gifted expositor. A word about the author: Charles Stanley (1821-1890), of Rotherham, England, was left an orphan at the age of four. Converted when fourteen, that year he preached his first message. At age twenty-three, with meager capital, he had begun his own hardware business in Sheffield. Then the businessman met Captain Wellesly, (the nephew of ""the Iron Duke"" of Wellington). Under his gracious teaching, the Bible became a new book to him. It was his daily study, and ""he grew in grace and in the knowledge of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ."" His favorite Old Testament story was of Mephibosheth, the orphan who was tragically crippled. Speaking of his message on Mephibosheth, he remarked: ""I believe the Lord rarely ever led me to preach from Mephibosheth without souls being converted”. This book is part of the Brethren Writers Library series. These books go forth with the purpose of introducing the listener to the writings of men who were gifted of God as teachers ‘for the perfecting of the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ’. Many of their writings are freely available online at Stem publishing.com. Words by the Wayside, 2014.
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  5. Simon Peter - Sifted as Wheat

    Simon Peter - Sifted as Wheat

    Book 18

    Narrator: Alex Wyndham
    Runtime: .51 Hrs - Unabridged
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    ‘Simon Peter – Sifted as Wheat’ examines the sad episode of Peter’s denial of the Lord. “ Simon, Simon,” the Lord says, “behold, Satan hath desired to have you, that he may sift you as wheat; but I have prayed for thee, that thy faith fail not; and when thou art converted (restored), strengthen thy brethren”. Simon got his warning here; if he had only taken heed to it, what a different sequel would have been recorded! If he had only been chaff, and not really “wheat,” Satan would not have wanted to sift him: it was because he was the real wheat that Satan desired to get him in his power. Satan does not tempt an unconverted person, he tempts a child of God, but he governs and controls entirely the unconverted — drives them before him at his will. When Jesus was arrested “they all forsook Him and fled.” Afterward we see Peter following “afar off,” and then again we see him in the high priest’s hall, where there was a fire, and he warms himself by it. What steps we see in Peter’s downward course, leading to his denial of the Lord he loved! First, declaring he was ready to die for Him, although the Lord had just told him that Satan was desiring to have him, and that He was praying for him; next, sleeping when he should have been watching; then fighting when he should have been quiet; then following afar off when he should have been near; and now sitting down, side by aide, with the enemies of Christ, and warming himself. With such a prelude one can only expect what followed - Peter denied with oaths and cursings that he had ever known the Lord. The only path of safety therefore is found in keeping as near to the Lord as we can, and as far away as possible from all that savours of the world. The moral lessons for each of us from this sad episode in Peter’s history are many and plain. It should teach us to walk softly, prayerfully, and ever keep near to the Lord. ‘Simon Peter – sifted as Wheat’ is part of the author’s excellent book ‘Simon Peter – his life and letters’. A word about the Author: Walter Thomas Prideaux Wolston (1840-1917) was born in, Devon, England. He began as a lawyer and later he established himself as a physician in Edinburgh. He dearly loved the Gospel, and it mattered not what subject he discoursed upon to Christians, he never finished without preaching God's salvation. He also wrote books on spiritual subjects, which have been helpful to many, including: "Young Men of Scripture", "Night Scenes of Scripture", "Behold the Bridegroom", and "The Church". So that by means of the printed page Dr. Wolston has been, through the grace of God, a means of blessing to thousands of both saints and sinners. Publisher’s note: This book is part of the Brethren Writers Library series. These books go forth with the purpose of introducing the listener to the writings of men who were gifted of God as teachers ‘for the perfecting of the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ’. This edition copyright Words by the Wayside, 2015. (www.wordsbythewayside.co.uk)
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  6. Lord Break Me!

    Lord Break Me!

    Narrator: Paul Ansdell
    Runtime: 0.75 Hrs. - Unabridged
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    In LORD, BREAK ME! , William MacDonald explains that God puts a premium on broken things—especially on broken people. That is why we read such verses as: “The Lord is nigh unto them that are of a broken heart; and saveth such as be of a contrite spirit” (Psalm 34:18). “The sacrifices of God are a broken spirit: a broken and a contrite heart, O God, thou wilt not despise” (Psalm 51:17). God knows how to resist the proud and haughty, but He cannot resist a person who is humble and contrite. God opposes the proud, but gives grace to the humble (James 4:6). There is something in our brokenness that appeals to His compassion and power. And so part of His wonderful purpose for our lives is that we should be broken—broken in heart, broken in spirit, and broken even in body Think what it would mean in our individual lives, in our homes, in the local church and in the business world if we were all broken as we should be. What is meant by true brokenness? How does it manifest itself in a believer’s life? The daily prayer of the submissive saint is reflected in the words of the hymn: Have Thine own way, Lord! Have Thine own way! Thou art the Potter; I am the clay. Mould me and make me after Thy will, While I am waiting, yielded and still. A word about the author: William MacDonald (1917 – 2007) William (Bill) MacDonald was born in Massachusetts. His parents were from the Isle of Lewis and when he was six years old, his family moved to Stornoway, Scotland, later moving back to Massachusetts. A commended worker for sixty years, a teacher, preacher, mentor, and author of eighty-four books, including the Believer’s Bible Commentary, William MacDonald was a man who said and wrote much. Yet, for the those who knew him well, it was his life that left the greatest impression.
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  7. Christian Devotedness

    Christian Devotedness

    Book 7

    Author: A. N. Groves
    Narrator: Paul Ansdell
    Runtime: 1.85 Hrs. - Unabridged
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    In Christian Devotedness, A.N. Groves expounds the Lord Jesus' teaching concerning stewardship of material possessions, exhorting all Christians to trust God to supply their needs. From the Preface: “The purpose of this little book is to show that the dedication demonstrated by the early disciples, is without exception, enforced by the commands of our Saviour. And not only that, but it is illustrated by the conduct of the apostles and early Christians. The author therefore asks that all sincere disciples of Christ carefully weigh what is written here in the balance of the Sanctuary, not the balance of the world.” “Do not lay up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moth and rust destroy and where thieves break in and steal; but lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust destroys and where thieves do not break in and steal. For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.” Matthew 6. A.N. Groves put into personal practice the principles of Christian devotedness which he advocates in this booklet, and proved the possibility and blessing of accepting the teaching of the Lord literally. This booklet had a major impact upon George Müller (who married Groves’ sister Mary), and through him on James Hudson Taylor and many other significant Christian figures. A word about the author: Anthony Norris Groves ( 1795 – 1853) was born in Hampshire, England and was the only son in a family of six. Having trained as a dentist in London, he set up practice in Plymouth. He had a zeal for missionary work and although he felt led to go to India, in 1829 Groves and his wife Mary set out for a mission to Arabic-speaking Muslims in Baghdad, Iraq together with their two young sons, Henry and Frank, and accompanied by several Christian friends. There in March 1831 Groves suffered the death of his wife and a recently born baby daughter. He returned home to England and in 1833 he visited India and returned there again in 1836 with his second wife Harriet Baynes. He continued preaching and teaching in India until ill health forced him back to England in 1852. He died the next year. He considered his life a failure, and did not live long enough to see the worldwide impact of his ideas and example on a new generation of "faith missions" springing from the 1859-60 Revivals. He has gone down in history as the "father of faith missions". The significance of Groves lies in his desire to simplify the task of churches and missions by returning to the methods of Christ and his apostles described in the New Testament. As a missionary, his goal was to help indigenous converts form their own churches without dependence on foreign training, authorisation or finance. His ideas eventually found wide acceptance in evangelical circles. This edition has been produced with the kind permission of Gospel folio press and is available in printed form from Gospel folio.com
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  8. Christian Poetry Volume 2

    Christian Poetry Volume 2

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    Christian Poetry - VOLUME 2 A selection of famous and not so famous poems and lyrics on spiritual themes This Collection of 63 poems by various authors including, John Newton, Elizabeth Dark, Frances Ridley Havergal, Charles Wesley, John Bodman, H. D’A Champney, Jeanne Marie de la Motte-Guyon and many others. has been brought together in order that these spiritual truths and impressions, presented in poetical form, will comfort and edify God’s people as they wrestle daily with the world, the flesh, and the devil. To know that others have felt what we have felt, ‘Through all the changing scenes of life , In trouble and in joy’ to hear the feelings in our hearts echoed back to us, to be reminded of our Lord’s love, will comfort the soul and bring encouragement. Some of the poems and lyrics included will be familiar as they have been set to music and become famous hymns – as John Newton puts it ‘these are not ‘odes’, but are truths put plainly and simply for ordinary people to understand’. Some others are perhaps more deep and thought- provoking. Perhaps listening to them being read, instead of being sung will allow you to appreciate the sentiments in a different way. This audio edition is produced with the prayerful desire that the Blessed Spirit of God may be pleased to use it for Christ’s Glory and for the comfort, encouragement and edification of God’s people. These poems are read by Alex Wyndham, Paul Ansdell, Anita Wright and Stuart Packer. Copyright Words by the Wayside, 2015. PLAYLIST 1 Introduction 2 When my life work is ended By Fanny J. Crosby 3 Rest in Christ By John Bodman 4 Inside the veil By Elizabeth Dark 5 O for a thousand tongues to sing By Charles Wesley 6 Prayer answered by Crosses By John Newton 7 Love increased by Suffering By Jeanne Marie de la Motte-Guyon 8 A Soul, in its Earliest Love By Charles Wesley 9 Bitter and Sweet By John Newton 10 Power of Prayer By John Newton 11 His Never-Failing Love By H. D'Arcy Champney 12 Watching unto God in the Night-Season By Jeanne Marie de la Motte-Guyon 13 I will trust and not be afraid By John Newton 14 All must be well By Mary Bowley Peters 15 Whom The Lord Loveth Author Unknown 16 Abide with me By Henry Francis Lyte 17 Whose I am By Frances Ridley Havergal 18 Love to Jesus By Andrew Miller 19 He knoweth the way that I take By Miss Doris Markham 20 All ye that pass by By Charles Wesley 21 The Potter By H.J. Miles 22 O Lord, Truly I am Thy Servant Author Unknown 23 In vain or Not in Vain By C. Deayton 24 Who is on the Lord’s side? By Frances Ridley Havergal 25 Why should I complain? By John Newton 26 He Maketh the Storm a Calm. By James Boyd 27 Be still my Soul By Katerina von Schlegel 28 How sweet the name of Jesus Sounds By John Newton 29 Master, speak! Thy servant heareth By Frances Ridley Havergal 30 What think ye of Christ? By John Newton 31 Everyday Cheer for the rest of the road By George C. Cutting 32 Take my Life By Frances Ridley Havergal 33 Joy and Peace in Believing By John Newton 34 Brightest Days By A.A. Elliott 35 Prayer for Purity By Nicolas Ludwig Von Zinzendorf 36 The World By John Newton 37 Rest By Frances Ridley Havergal 38 Amazing Grace By John Newton 39 It is I; be not afraid Author Unknown 40 The Storm is Passing Over By Charles A. Tindley 41 Go in This Thy Might By P.R. Morford 42 Source of love, and light of day By Jeanne Marie de la Motte-Guyon 43 The Church's One Foundation By William Kelly 44 Lord Speak to Me that I may speak By Frances Ridley Havergal 45 In Evil long I took delight By John Newton 46 Self Love By Frederick William Faber 47 Peter sinning and repenting By John Newton 48 What hast Thou done for me, O mighty Friend By Frances Ridley Havergal 49 How deep was the pit By John Bodman 50 It passeth knowledge, that dear love of Thine! By Mary Shekleton 51 On Baptism By Nick Needham 52 And can it be? By Charles Wesley 53 Jesus, Our Lord with what joy we adore Thee By H. D'Arcy Champney 54 Go not far from me By Anna Laetitia Waring 55 The Worldling By John Newton 56 Like a river glorious By Frances Ridley Havergal 57 Before the Cross By Jacques Bridane 58 Song of Simple Trust Author Unknown 59 Here Pause, My Soul By John Bodman 60 I am not skilled to understand By Dorothy Greenwell 61 Be True By Horatius Bonar 62 The Nativity By Jeanne Marie de la Motte-Guyon 63 How sweet the thought By John Bodman 64 Mighty to Save Author unknown
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  9. Job's Three Questions and their Answers

    Job's Three Questions and their Answers

    Book 16

    Author: H.L.Rossier
    Narrator: Alex Wyndham
    Runtime: .60 Hrs. - Unabridged
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    “Job's Three Questions and their Answers” BY H.L. Rossier In the book of Job we find the highest and deepest questions, and some of them elucidated in a way far exceeding any other revelations in the Old Testament. It is marvellous to see how in this book all-important questions that man can put in his seeking for forgiveness, and in his searching out the mysterious ways of God are satisfactorily answered. “Wherefore was I born?” “How can man be just with God?” “If a man die shall he live again?” A word about the Author: Dr. Henri L. Rossier (1835 -1928) was born at Vevey in French Switzerland. After studying medicine at Zurich and Wurzburg he settled in his native Vevey, where he lived a long life of devoted self-sacrificing service. At age 27 he married and the Lord in time granted them six children. Along with practicing medicine for well over fifty years, as time went on he increasingly devoted himself to ministering the Word in assemblies and taking part in Bible conferences in Switzerland, Germany, and France. However, it is for his written work that he is best known today – he translated many books into French. Besides this, he wrote commentaries on most of the books of the Bible, especially on the historical and prophetic books of the Old Testament and on the epistles of Paul and Peter and the Revelation in the New Testament. He was a prolific hymn writer as well. The writings of H. L. Rossier which have been translated into English are available from Believer´s Bookshelf. Publisher’s note: This book is part of the Brethren Writers Library series. These books go forth with the purpose of introducing the listener to the writings of men who were gifted of God as teachers ‘for the perfecting of the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ’. Many of their writings are freely available online at Stem publishing.com. Words by the Wayside, 2015.
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  10. Where Is your Treasure?

    Where Is your Treasure?

    Narrator: Paul Ansdell
    Runtime: 1.13 Hrs. - Unabridged
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    In ‘WHERE IS YOUR TREASURE?’ William MacDonald explains that God’s will is that our lives should be a perpetual crisis of dependence on Him. We defeat His will in our lives when we lay up treasures on earth. “Do not lay up for yourselves treasures on earth…but lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven…For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.” Matthew 6:19-21 But the question may arise, “How can I make this practical in my own life? What should I do?” The life of faith speaks loudly to unbelievers and to other Christians. It testifies to all that there is a God in heaven who answers prayer. Faith is the opposite of sight; when you can see, you can’t trust. To hoard wealth makes the life of faith impossible. The life of faith does not follow automatically when a person becomes a Christian. It requires deliberate action on his part. Enjoyment of riches is not found in possessing them but in using them for the glory of God and for the good of others. A word about the author: William MacDonald (1917 – 2007) William (Bill) MacDonald was born in Massachusetts. His parents were from the Isle of Lewis and when he was six years old, his family moved to Stornoway, Scotland, later moving back to Massachusetts. A commended worker for sixty years, a teacher, preacher, mentor, and author of eighty-four books, including the Believer’s Bible Commentary, William MacDonald was a man who said and wrote much. Yet, for the those who knew him well, it was his life that left the greatest impression.
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  11. Out of Death into Life

    Out of Death into Life

    Book 10

    Author: J. B. Stoney
    Narrator: Stuart Packer
    Runtime: 0.47 Hrs. - Unabridged
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    As JB Stoney explores the experiences of Jonah and others in ‘Out of Death into Life’, he shows us that “WILL is the real cause of the restlessness, and of the absence of full joy in souls. …. the only true place of happiness for a believer is to be without a will of his own….” and how the enjoyment of our salvation depends on us appropriating the death of Christ. What did Eve, Jonah, the Rich Young Ruler and many, many others in scripture have in common? They had a will of their own that was against God; God wanted them to go to the left and they wanted to go to the right. Even the Apostle Paul, who had thought himself so incomparably good, had found that he had a will that was against God, (so that he calls himself afterwards the chief of sinners). But after he appropriated the death of Christ “He has been turned round, as it were; he has learned that the old Saul has gone in the cross…. It is not only that his sins are gone, but he himself is a gone man, gone in the death of Christ. He has gone to his own funeral in that sense, and is glad to be free of himself.” A word about the author: James Butler Stoney (1814 – 1897) was born in Co. Tipperary, Ireland and entered Trinity College, Dublin, at the young age of fifteen. In 1831 men were dying of cholera all around him in Dublin. He was suddenly taken ill and, sure he was going to die and realizing he was a sinner on the very brink of a lost eternity, he called upon the Lord Jesus Christ alone for Salvation and was gloriously saved. He left off studying for law and joined the Divinity Class at Trinity College, Dublin, hoping to study for four years and then be ordained. His family were very angry, as they thought his fine talents and opportunities were being thrown away. But during those four years he was studying the Scrip¬tures with all the earnestness of a soul that had learned that unseen things are for eternity, and the seen things of this life are passing away. He never was ordained, and became part of an early ‘Brethren’ Assembly, ‘gathered to the Lord’s Name’. He has written a book called "Discipline in the School of God," dealing with the Old Testament characters, and contributed to several periodicals including ‘A voice to the Faithful’. A fervent, impressive speaker, he spoke somewhere every day and travelled much around Great Britain and Ireland, teaching and preaching.
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  12. Our Present Condition and Our Hope

    Our Present Condition and Our Hope

    Book 23

    Narrator: Alex Wyndham
    Runtime: 0.58 Hrs. - Unabridged
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    Our Present Condition and our Hope by F.G. Patterson shows the believer as to the past, a suffering, dead and risen Christ; as to the present, the association of the people of God with Him in a pathway of suffering and rejection; and as to the future, His coming again in glory, and taking to Him His great power to reign, and our association with Him in His glory. OUR PRESENT CONDITION: The Lord left his servants to carry on His heavenly mission here below. He set “every man his work, and commanded the porter to watch,” He says, “What I say unto you, I say unto all, Watch.” Our blessed occupation here is “To serve the living and true God, and to wait for His Son from heaven” In one way or another, He has given us something to do for Him, and He is coming back to ascertain how each is discharging the duty given him, and at an “hour ye think not.” Therefore ‘Let your loins be girded, and your lights burning.’ Our HOPE: The Lord will come again in power and great glory - the great event which will bring about all this glory for which He waits and we wait. It is near, beloved brethren; the heart feels conscious that it is so; and the present action of the Holy Spirit marks it as very close at hand. By examining the two letters to the Thessalonians, F.G Patterson reminds us of what we have to look forward to. He also shows us that the ‘Coming’ and the ‘Appearing’ are two entirely different things, as are the ‘Great White Throne’ and the ‘Judgement Seat of Christ’. Publisher’s note. This book is part of the Brethren Writers Library series. These books go forth with the purpose of introducing the listener to the writings of men who were gifted of God as teachers ‘for the perfecting of the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ’. Many of their writings are freely available online at Stem publishing.com. Words by the Wayside, 2015.
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  13. You Can Have a Happy Life

    You Can Have a Happy Life

    Book 5

    Author: E. C. Hadley
    Narrator: Stuart Packer
    Runtime: 1.5 Hrs. - Unabridged
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    "These things I have spoken to you, that My joy may remain in you, and that your joy may be full." John 15:11 Why are so many Christians restless, worried and unhappy, even though the verse above tells us clearly that this is not what God intends for His children? In this booklet, we hope to address this question to discover God's remedy so that we might be able to say with Paul, "I have learned in whatever state I am, to be content" (Phil. 4:11). Included are chapters on : Dealing with Guilt, Seeking Peace, God Working, Peace of Mind, Confessing Our Sins, Joy of Forgiveness, Path of Peace, Following the Shepherd, Peace Assured, Trusting God, Value of Thanksgiving, Learning from Him, His Purpose, Power over Sin and Happy Living. A word about the author: EC Hadley and his wife Lydia began ‘Grace and Truth’ in 1931 when the first gospel tracts started rolling off the press in Danville, Illinois. The first press room was the kitchen, and some of the printing equipment occupied the table between meals. Later the need for a monthly magazine was made evident from the feedback of many recipients of gospel tracts who asked for a steady diet of encouragement and instruction. The first issue of Grace & Truth Magazine rolled off the presses in 1933 as much needed “food for the family of God.” It has continued uninterrupted to the present time. This book is part of the Brethren Writers Library series. These books go forth with the purpose of introducing the listener to the writings of men who were gifted of God as teachers ‘for the perfecting of the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ’.Many of their writings are freely available online at Stem publishing.com. Reproduced in this format with the kind permission of copyright holders ‘Grace and Truth’ and available in printed form from www.gtpress.org. Words by the Wayside, 2014.
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  14. The High Priest's Garments

    The High Priest's Garments

    Book 21

    Author: W.W. Fereday
    Narrator: Alex Wyndham
    Runtime: 0.60 Hrs. - Unabridged
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    In ‘The High Priest’s Garments’, W.W. Fereday illuminates the typical character of the ancient ritual. Because Israel's ritual pointed to Christ, the smallest details are given. Nothing is too small for notice that in any way speaks of God's beloved Son. Let us clearly understand where priesthood comes in, in the ways of God. When Israel was in Egypt, groaning under the yoke of Pharaoh, God did not provide a priest but a saviour. But when the people were delivered, having come under the blood of the Lamb, and having passed through the Red Sea, then — and not till then — did God say anything about a priest. In like manner today, the Saviour is God's provision for the burdened sinner, and the Priest is God's provision for the delivered saint. It is the “holy brethren, partakers of the heavenly calling,” who are exhorted to consider the Apostle and High Priest of their confession (Hebrews 3:1). Priesthood is not designed to bring men into relationship with God, but rather to help those who are already in relationship with God. A word about the author: William Woldridge Fereday (1863 - 1959) was born in England. He was saved at the age of 16 and almost immediately started to preach and he spent the whole of his life in the study and exposition of the Scriptures, travelled extensively and spent a considerable time in Scotland and the continent of Europe. His written ministry is well known for being brief and succinct as well as precise and accurate and always scripturally sound and Christ-centred. He has written many articles and booklets which include a very profitable series of Scripture Character studies. This book is part of the Brethren Writers Library series. These books go forth with the purpose of introducing the listener to the writings of men who were gifted of God as teachers ‘for the perfecting of the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ’. Many of their writings are freely available online at Stem publishing.com. Words by the Wayside, 2015.
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  15. Woollen and Linen

    Woollen and Linen

    Book 12

    Narrator: Paul Ansdell
    Runtime: 1.57 Hrs. - Unabridged
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    In Woollen and Linen, J. G. Bellett exhorts us to live our lives wholly for God. We are not to be found wearing garments of ‘woollen and linen’ or ‘divers sorts’ ie we are not to live with a mixture of Godly and wordly principles. In this challenging book we are exhorted to purity of heart and spirit. For our encouragement, JG Bellett draws examples from the lives of David and Abraham, who, despite failures, followed God according to His mind. Then by showing us the error of men such as Lot, Jonathan, Obadiah and Jehoshaphat he also warns us to beware of living lives inconsistent with the call of God. A word about the author: John Gifford Bellett (1795 –1864) was born in Dublin, Ireland. He was educated first at the Grammar School in Exeter, England, then at Trinity College Dublin, where he excelled in classics. Here he met and became a lifelong friend of John Nelson Darby. He was saved when he was a student and spent his life in the service of his Lord. Bellett wrote many articles and books on scriptural subjects, his most famous works being The Patriarchs, The Evangelists, The Minor Prophets and The Moral Glory of the Lord Jesus. This book is part of the Brethren Writers Library series. These books go forth with the purpose of introducing the listener to the writings of men who were gifted of God as teachers ‘for the perfecting of the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ’. Many of their writings are freely available online at Stem publishing.com. Words by the Wayside, 2015.
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