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    “Grace Abounding” or, The Murderer’s Conversion

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    “Grace Abounding” or, The Murderer’s Conversion “Grace Abounding” is the title of one of John Bunyan’s best-known works. The title is doubtless suggested by the verse, “Where sin abounded, grace did much more abound” (Rom. 5:20). Yes, it is blessedly true that there is no sin—murder, theft, lying, uncleanness—God cannot and does not forgive the […]

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    From Laughter to Terror

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    From Laughter to Terror Without the slightest warning the awful catastrophe fell upon the gay and godless city of San Francisco. An eye-witness writes: “The day before had been an ideal Californian day, clear and bright, with bracing breezes and a glowing sunset. The night following was like quiet sleep. Hundreds of hacks and automobiles […]

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    Found Out and Turned Out

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    Found Out and Turned Out During the last summer Duchess X. gave a garden party at her beautiful and stately home not far from London. Detectives were employed to safeguard the house and the guests, many of the latter carrying valuable jewellery on their persons, whilst the former contained many things of costly worth. These […]

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    Faithful to the Promises

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    Faithful to the Promises Only yesterday I visited an old woman in her eighty-ninth year. Though she had been in bed for months, yet her cheeks were rosy, and there was a buoyancy of spirits and a merry twinkle in her eyes, which even old age and weakness could not quite subdue. She is trusting […]

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    Do It Now!

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    Do It Now! Empires have been lost through lack of instant decision. It is narrated of Napoleon that indecision ruined him at the last. Defeated and broken at Waterloo, promptitude might even then have saved him, but it was lacking. From the field of Waterloo he rode off to Paris. Instead of presenting himself, booted […]

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    “Daniel Webster, The Sinner”

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    “Daniel Webster, The Sinner” Daniel Webster, the famous American orator and politician, spent a summer in New Hampshire. Every Sunday found him in church paying marked attention to the sermon. His niece asked how it was that he paid so much attention when he paid little attention to far abler sermons in Washington. He replied: […]

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    Count the Cost

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    Count the Cost “I can’t be a Christian; the cost is too great,” said a young woman to me, as she shook her head despondently. She had night after night been present at some tent-meetings held in the north of London. She had felt convicted of her sin, felt drawn to the Saviour, would, indeed, […]

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    “Consider This!”

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    “Consider This!” Without controversy, Shakespeare is the most widely-known and popular poet of all time. A keen student of human nature, his observations are well worth close attention. It is most evident from his writings that he had a knowledge of the gospel, and was familiar with the letter of Scripture. For instance, the following […]

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    “Come,” or “Depart”

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    “Come,” or “Depart” For the last eighteen centuries the word on the lips of the blessed Saviour of men has been “come.” That word was first pronounced when He was here upon earth—“Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest” (Matt. 11:28). Many thousands of poor […]

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    Between Two Slides

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    Between Two Slides During one week in March of last year over eight hundred lives were lost through snowstorms and snowslides in the Rocky Mountains. The passengers (over a hundred in number) on train No. 97 had a very narrow escape. The catastrophe is described as being “missed by the narrowest margin.” The train had […]

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