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    “My Last End”

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    “My Last End” Well might Balaam, the hireling prophet, in his day exclaim, “Let me die the death of the righteous, and let my last end be like his!” But he cared not to live the life, and how could he expect to die the death, of the righteous? Reward glittered before his eye, and […]

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    Mr. Gladstone’s Testimony to the Gospel

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    Mr. Gladstone’s Testimony to the Gospel The Right Hon. W.E.Gladstone’s career as a politician and Prime Minister, is too well known to render it necessary to more than mention his name. A man of great ability, a scholar of Oxford University, a man of affairs with the vast experience of ripened old age, his testimony […]

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    Minute-Minders

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    Minute-Minders In a great business exhibition in London there are many devices shown whereby to save time. So wonderfully have things progressed of late years that the saving in time cannot now be shown in hours. Patentees are proud to show some invention that will save a minute. For instance, there is one device whereby […]

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    Love Commended

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    Love Commended On one of the bridges of Ghent, in Flanders, are two bronze statues. They represent a father and son, and are memorials of a mutual affection. On account of some grave political offence both were condemned to die by the headsman’s axe. Such was the popular esteem in which they were held that […]

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    Lost by Three Seconds

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    Lost by Three Seconds The tragic loss of the submarine A1 is fresh in the minds of the public. We reproduce Lord Selborne, First Lord of the Admiralty’s account of how it happened. After unveiling the Nelson Memorial Tablet at Bath shortly after the loss of the submarine, he said “I think we are able […]

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    “Let Him Alone”

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    “Let Him Alone” Various are the ways by which the wandering soul is brought to Christ. Proud Saul of Tarsus, struck down by the light above the brightness of the sun at high noon-tide, is instantaneously converted into the slave and prisoner of the Lord. Thrice happy, willing bondage! The rude fisherman bending over his […]

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    King Oscar of Sweden

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    King Oscar of Sweden He was every inch a King. Physically and mentally he stood pre-eminent above the majority. If he had not been a King he would still have been famous. Able to converse fluently in seven different languages, a poet of no mean order, statesman, soldier, philosopher, scholar—he was indeed a kingly man. […]

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    Is the New Theology of God?

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    Is the New Theology of God? The term New Theology in the eyes of the general public is principally connected with the Rev. R.J.Campbell’s teaching. However, its distinctive tenets are very ancient, and in the main Unitarianism, pure and simple. Mr. Robert Blatchford, editor of “The Clarion,” an infidel and socialistic newspaper, declares “Mr. Campbell […]

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    Is Jesus God The Son?

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    Is Jesus God The Son? This question is the supreme test today. It is not sufficient to ask, Is Jesus the Son of God? for it is common now-a-days to teach that Shakespeare, Byron, Charles Bradlaugh, Colonel Ingersoll, the drunkard reeling out of the public house, the murderer in the condemned cell, are all sons […]

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    Infidelity

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    Infidelity Voltaire prophesied that at the end of a certain time the Bible would be an exploded book, that it would go out of print, and only specimens be found, relics of a superstitious age. So much for Voltaire’s prophecy. What of facts? His own printing press at Geneva was, after his death, busily employed […]

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