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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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    The Venerable Bede

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    The Venerable Bede The town of Jarrow today is a very hive of industry. Its ship-building yards give employment to many thousands of men. Chief and foremost among them is that which owes its origin to Sir Charles Mark Palmer, M.P. In his works and yards are built war-ships for the English and other navies. […]

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    The Snow-Storm

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    The Snow-Storm The Americans call a very rough snow-storm a blizzard. Very often these tempests block up railways and roads, and stop all business in the districts where they rage, and even men and women perish in them. One such was raging some time since. During its fury a doctor had managed to go his […]

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    The Sinner and His Mistakes

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    The Sinner and His Mistakes Read 2 Kings 5:1-19 A courageous man—a successful general—a pleasant friend is the brief but comprehensive character of Naaman. Possessed of abilities and qualifications many might well envy—covered with honours from his king and country, the land of Syria rang with plaudits as victory after victory was added to his […]

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    The Name above Every Name

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    The Name above Every Name In the town of Woolwich some years ago a Christian visited an old man on his death-bed. He was anxious to find out if he was prepared to die. “Where will your soul go after death?” he questioned. “To heaven, I hope,” was the, answer, sadly and doubtfully given. “Whom […]

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    The Mother’s Rock

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    The Mother’s Rock “Deep in a forest of tropical South America, not far from the ruins of an Indian village, Alexander Humboldt was shown a rock outstanding, called ‘The Mother’s Rock.’ “In the days of the Spanish Conquest, the invaders had raided that village and carried away prisoners—among them a young Indian woman who left […]

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