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    A Splendid Impossibility

    Gospel    A. Cutting    English
    “A Splendid Impossibility” It was at the close of one of those “Limp Sydney days,” proverbial among the people of the Commonwealth, that a young Australian strolled leisurely into a Bible and Tract Depot in that city, as though the hot and humid atmosphere had robbed him of his usual energy. His ostensible object was […]

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    You Have a Soul

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    You Have a Soul Yes, you have a soul that must live for ever—somewhere. “Well, tell us something we don’t know—we all know that.” But stay a moment. Your soul must live as long as God lives, either in heaven with its wondrous eternal joys, or in hell with its speechless everlasting woe. Can you […]

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    Works of Grace—Trying or Trusting—Which?

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    Works of Grace—Trying or Trusting—Which? In Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark and the largest city in Scandinavia, there is a very beautiful park on the edge of an arm of the sea. In it is a very beautiful monument—the most striking of its kind in the world. It consists of a group splendidly modelled in […]

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    Why Not Now?

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    Why Not Now? I had a business communication from the United States today, which ended up with the following striking sentence: “A decision must be made sometime, WHY NOT NOW?” I followed up that advice, and returned an emphatic NO to the proposal made. But the sentence set me thinking of something infinitely more important—a […]

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    Why Can’t You Trust Jesus?

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    Why Can’t You Trust Jesus? Such was the identical question addressed by two Christian workers to two souls, desirous of being saved. Yet the question in the one case produced distress and difficulty; in the other, decision and peace. How was this? you enquire. Simply by the emphasis being placed on different words of the […]

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    Where do you Keep your New Testament?

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    Where do you Keep your New Testament? The armies that have sprung into being during the last few months are engaging the philanthropic energies of large numbers of kindly people. Socks, mufflers, belts, shirts, sandbags, packets of food of all kinds, have been provided by the hundred thousand. Besides all this praiseworthy effort, earnest Christians […]

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    What is the Best Way to Read the Bible?

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    What is the Best Way to Read the Bible? To begin with, it should be read daily and read consecutively from Genesis to Revelation. Some find it profitable to read two chapters in the Old Testament in the morning and one in the New at night. By treating the Psalms as belonging to the New […]

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    What is Faith?

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    What is Faith? Many of the readers of GOSPEL TIDINGS will have heard of the celebrated and devoted missionary to the New Hebrides—Dr. John G. Paton. He was a Scotsman, who, when he was a young man, visited those lonely and cannibal islands in the Pacific Ocean, spent long years preaching the Gospel, translating the […]

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    Try him with a Text

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    Try him with a Text “What’s wrong with you now? I thought you were all right,” said a young fellow, himself rejoicing in the Saviour, to another, who a few nights previously had trusted the Lord Jesus, but was assailed by doubts and fears. “What’s wrong with you now?” “Man, I’m not right yet,” replied […]

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    “The World’s Stores, Limited”

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    “The World’s Stores, Limited” Journeyings along a main highway near Epping Forest recently there passed me a youth pushing a tricycle to which was attached a small covered tradesman’s van. Upon the sides of this van was painted in large gilt letters the name of the firm, “The World’s Stores, Limited.” I could not help […]

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