Abraham received the promise of an heir and an inheritance, as recorded in Gen. 15:1-5; and verse 6 says, "He believed in the Lord; and he counted it to him for righteousness.” In James 2:21-23 we are informed that the scripture quoted above had its fulfilment when Abraham offered up his son Isaac, about forty years after the events had occurred in connection with which the statement was made.
ANOTHER ground of objection that Mr. Torrey lays against the Sabbath of the Lord is that it is a sign between God and his people. With much vim he quotes, as a powerful argument against God’s people now keeping the Sabbath, the following blessed texts:—
Our aversion to the truth of Minneapolis [where the 1888 message was proclaimed] is not lessened with the passing of time. In 1987 George R. Knight authored From 1888 to Apostasy: The Case of A. T. Jones. This was his first of several books about 1888. He states in the preface that his primary purpose is “to develop Jones’s biography.” However some book reviews published in 1988 seriously question this purpose. One reviewer says: “He [Knight] is being totally irresponsible as a biographer.
A new article added the the book, "Receive the Holy Spirit"!
We are in the ongoing process of posting a new series written by A. T. Jones on the Holy Spirit!
These articles are being placed in a 'book' format and can be found under the heading "BOOKS." Each article has an individual PDF download available at the end of each article. When everything is completed, there will also be a single PDF made available containing the entire 'book' on the Holy Spirit.
A. T. Jones
“He who has died has been freed from sin” (Rom. 6:7).
Are you freed from sin? If not, do you not see exactly where the difficulty lies?
There stands the truth of God, that “he who has died has been freed from sin.” Then if you are not freed from sin, the only cause of it is that you are not dead.
Excerpt: "And thus it is that for the sins which we have actually committed, for the sins that are past,
CONSECRATION is simply the constant recognition of the fact that we are the Lord’s and not our own. He who learns that this is a fact and lives in the constant living presence and recognition of it as the great fact, —he is consecrated, and this is consecration.