William Lincoln

The Epistles of John

...

The Epistle to the Philippians

...

Typical Foreshadowings in Genesis

...

The First Epistle of John.

Lecture 1. The subject of the gospel of John is the Son of God. The subject of the epistle of John is the sons of God. The whole epistle is divided into two parts. The first, comprising the first two chapters, shews us the family with their Father. The second, comprising the last three chapters, gives us the family in their life in the world. The first of these subjects is subdivided into two heads, or divisions. I think these aid in impressing the matter upon the minds of those who he...

Preface

Revealing the Family of God; with their father, in the world, in the last days. Kilmarnock, Scotland: John Ritchie, Publisher of Christian Literature. Preface. These Lectures, delivered in Beresford Chapel and the Iron Room, Upper Clapton, were taken down in shorthand for the pages of a magazine for Christians, through which channel they have been used of God as a means of enlightenment and comfort to thousands of the Lord’s people. After careful revision and considerable enl...

Chapter 2

Here we have a glance at the intense earnestness of Paul’s service and of its aim and object. He prayed and agonised for saints whom he had never seen. Verses 2, 3.—The way the Church is built up, is by saints being drawn together. The way of the acknowledgment of the mystery is by hearts being knit together. God is gathering and welding souls together, and the apostle is very anxious that none may be drawn away. He was in conflict, lest they might be divided in heart. God’s way is ...

Chapter 2

The opening words of this chapter are intimately connected with what has gone before. “If there be therefore any consolation.” “Therefore” shows that the suffering and consolation are linked together. What a motive for endurance and bearing up in the fight! “Consolation in Christ”—“comfort of love”—“fellowship of the Spirit”—“bowels and mercies”—what an array of beautiful things! The words “If any” are four times found. What an appeal to the heart! Would t...
Syndicate content