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    The Account Not Settled Yet

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    The Account Not Settled Yet A good many years ago a Christian man named Very resided in a town in the State of Massachusetts, America. He was grieved by the godless conduct of his neighbours, who worked on Sundays and week days alike. One Sunday as he was going to a meeting his neighbours called […]

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    Streams of Blessing

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    Streams of Blessing The City of Bath, in the West of England, owes its fame and much of its importance to the hot springs of healing water found there. They were used by the Romans in the first century. In later years George III. and the great William Pitt and other notables have benefited by […]

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    Split Sundays

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    Split Sundays At the Rochester Diocesan Conference, held a few months ago, Lord Darnley suggested that all churchmen should attend morning services on Sundays, but that after noon the Church should countenance legitimate recreation and games. Of late years there have been many efforts made towards the secularization of the Sunday, as witness the opening […]

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    Sin and Atheism

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    Sin and Atheism Quite a company was gathered round the table. A talkative army officer present freely interspersed his conversation with perverted Bible quotations, and remarks that showed he was an Atheist. A bantering remark about God, amounting to an open declaration of his infidelity, fairly roused his hostess. “You seem to forget the presence […]

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    Reasons for Reading

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    Reasons for Reading Such is the heading of a two-paged leaflet advertising “The Times Book Club.” Below are given two reasons: FOR INFORMATION—The greatest history the world has ever known is now in the makings. Read books that will give some idea of the meaning and significance of today’s momentous events. FOR DISTRACTION—In a time […]

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    Reason Gone Mad!

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    Reason Gone Mad! In France, on September 30th, 1863, infidelity had a golden chance to show how superior it was to Christianity. Under the banner of reason men had acted as if reason had gone mad. Traditional beliefs had been given up, men had become more like wild beasts than reasonable creatures, and the upheaval […]

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    Question of Interest: Are all Christians called to definite service for Christ?

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    Question of Interest: Are all Christians called to definite service for Christ? “To every man his work” (Mark 13:34), affords a decisive answer. Every Christian is not a distinct gift, as evangelist, pastor or teacher, but all are saved to serve, as Romans 12:3 shows. After speaking of the measure of faith which God has […]

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    One Hundred Years Ago (Lord Nelson’s Last Words)

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    One Hundred Years Ago (Lord Nelson’s Last Words) One hundred years ago today Lord Nelson died. Just in the moment of his supremest triumph he was mortally wounded in the breast by a sharpshooter in the rigging of a French ship. Covering his face and decorations with his handkerchief that the crew might not be […]

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    “Now is the Day of Salvation”

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    “Now is the Day of Salvation” In an Oxfordshire village lived an old Christian woman. She was greatly troubled about the dark spiritual condition of the place, and prayed persistently for fourteen years for its blessing. One day two young men preached on the village green. One statement that they kept repeating, puzzled two of […]

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    Now

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    Now “I have had a very sad experience tonight.” So said a woman earnestly to me. There were three of us. I had been holding a gospel meeting in a populous Durham mining village on a Sunday evening, and was returning home. I had got into conversation with a man, and his wife, and after […]

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