The gates of new life / by James S. Stewart.

By: Stewart, James Stuart, 1896-
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : C. Scribner's Sons, 1940Edition: Popular edDescription: x p., l. 1, 251 p. 21 cmSubject(s): Presbyterian Church -- Sources | Sermons, English -- ScotlandLOC classification: BX9178.S7917 | G3
Contents:
Clouds and darkness and the morning star -- The Lord God Omnipotent reigneth -- Why be a Christian? -- Sacrifice and song -- The universality of Jesus -- Hearsay or experience? -- O man greatly beloved! -- The heroism of self-effacement -- Vanguard and rearguard -- The fellowship of the spirit -- Anchors of the soul -- God and the moral struggle -- The magnetism of the unseen -- Holy alliances -- Our worries and Christ's peace -- The Word and will of the Lord -- If Christ be not risen! -- A modern substitute for the Gospel -- Our duty of praise -- O come, O come, Immanuel! -- Love's last appeal -- The true simplicity -- A drama in four acts -- The close of an epoch -- The final doxology.
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Clouds and darkness and the morning star -- The Lord God Omnipotent reigneth -- Why be a Christian? -- Sacrifice and song -- The universality of Jesus -- Hearsay or experience? -- O man greatly beloved! -- The heroism of self-effacement -- Vanguard and rearguard -- The fellowship of the spirit -- Anchors of the soul -- God and the moral struggle -- The magnetism of the unseen -- Holy alliances -- Our worries and Christ's peace -- The Word and will of the Lord -- If Christ be not risen! -- A modern substitute for the Gospel -- Our duty of praise -- O come, O come, Immanuel! -- Love's last appeal -- The true simplicity -- A drama in four acts -- The close of an epoch -- The final doxology.

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