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A.W. Pink

A.W. Pink (1886 - 1952)

Read freely text sermons and articles by the speaker A.W. Pink in text and pdf format. Studied at Moodly Bible Institute and pastored some churches in America. He was not very accepted in his congregations which finally made him move back to England to be involved in writing ministry full-time till his death.

He was strictly calvinist in this thinking but many of his writings also reflect balance and openness to other views of doctrine. Especially his teachings on antichrist and end-times were promoted well during his life. He wrote over 40 books and many pamphlets including he distributed titled: "Studies in the Scriptures."

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The Parable of the Sower
       The Prophetic Parables of Matthew 13 Chapter 1: THE PARABLE OF THE SOWER. "And He spoke many things unto them in parables, saying, Behold, a sower went forth to sow." The careful reader will notice an omission here, namely, that this parable do ... read more

The Parable of the Tares
       The Prophetic Parables of Matthew 13 Chapter 2: THE PARABLE OF THE TARES. This parable forms the second of the series, and its substance corresponds with the meaning of this numeral. One is the number of unity, for it stands alone, excluding al ... read more

The Parable of the Treasure
       The Prophetic Parables of Matthew 13 Chapter 5: THE PARABLE OF THE HID TREASURE. "Again the kingdom of heaven is like unto treasure hid in a field; that which when a man has found, he hides, and for joy thereof goes and sells all that he has, a ... read more

The Prodigal son
      11 "And he said, A certain man had two sons: 12 And the younger of them said to his father, Father, give me the portion of goods that falleth to me. And he divided unto them his living. 13 And not many days after the younger son gathered all together, and ... read more

The Prophetic Scope of Matthew 24
       The Prophetic Parables of Matthew 13 Chapter 9: THE PROPHETIC SCOPE OF MATTHEW 24. The prophetic discourse of Christ found in Matthew 24 and 25 was delivered by Him in private to a few of His disciples less than a week before the Crucifixion. H ... read more

The Right Beginning
      How much depends upon a right beginning. If the foundation be faulty, the superstructure is insecure; if the babe be undernourished the child will be unhealthy; if the child grows up uneducated, the man is handicapped for life. Doubly so does this hold go ... read more

The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 1. Introduction
       The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 1. Introduction The death of Christ, the incarnate Son of God, is the most remarkable event in all history. Its uniqueness was demonstrated in various ways. Centuries before it occurred it was for ... read more

The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 10. Its Efficacy
       The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 10. Its Efficacy In our last chapter we considered the Divine design in Christ’s Satisfaction; in this we propose to show from Scripture that that design must be accomplished. Two widely differing ... read more

The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 11. Its Application
       The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 11. Its Application "If the righteous scarcely [literally "with difficulty"] be saved where shall the ungodly and the sinner appear?" (1 Pet. 4:18). It seems that comparatively few of the Lord’s p ... read more

The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 12. Its Application-Concluded
       The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 12. Its Application-Concluded We cannot do better than begin this chapter by transcribing the opening words from chapter 1, book 3 of Calvin’s Institutes. "We are now to examine how we obtain the ... read more

The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 13. Its Results
       The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 13. Its Results Having sought to show from Scripture the nature of the Satisfaction which the Mediator offered unto God, and, by virtue of His acceptance of the same, its certain efficacy to procu ... read more

The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 14. Its Results-Continued
       The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 14. Its Results-Continued At the beginning of our last chapter we pointed out that the principle results secured by the Satisfaction which Christ offered unto God, may be summed up in these four w ... read more

The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 15. Its Results-Continued
       The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 15. Its Results-Continued In previous chapters we have pointed out the importance of distinguishing between the work which Christ performed and the results which that work produced. The need for s ... read more

The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 16. Its Results-Continued
       The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 16. Its Results-Continued Numerous and fearful have been the errors into which many have fallen when treating of the results of the perfect Satisfaction which Christ offered unto God on behalf of ... read more

The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 17. Its Results-Righteousness Continued
       The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 17. Its Results-Righteousness Continued In our last chapter we sought to show that in order to the justification of His people God required from Christ something more than a sacrifice which would ... read more

The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 18. Its Effects
       The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 18. Its Effects Having dwelt at length upon the principle "results" which the Satisfaction of the Mediator has secured, we turn now to look at some of its leading "effects." The distinction we hav ... read more

The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 19. Its Extent
       The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 19. Its Extent Considering all the ground which has already been carefully gone over, there really ought to be no need for a separate discussion of this phase of our subject. The question, For who ... read more

The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 2. Its Source
       The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 2. Its Source "In approaching this solemn and sacred mystery we should do so with awe and reverence, remembering it is rather a subject of faith and adoration than of reasoning and arguing; a san ... read more

The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 20. Its Extent-Concluded
       The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 20. Its Extent-Concluded That aspect of our subject which is now before us has been a vexing question among theologians, especially so during the last century, for Christ’s death for God’s people ... read more

The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 21. Its Typification
       The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 21. Its Typification Christ has been greatly dishonored and His atonement grievously misrepresented by the attempts which have often been made to illustrate it from supposed analogies in human rel ... read more

The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 22. Its Proclamation
       The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 22. Its Proclamation We have now arrived at what is, from some standpoints, the most difficult aspect of our subject. Exactly what is it which the servant of God ought to preach? Or, more specific ... read more

The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 23. Its Reception
       The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 23. Its Reception "What must I do to be saved?" is the earnest and urgent inquiry of one who has been truly awakened by the Holy Spirit and made to feel his lost condition and deserts of eternal p ... read more

The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 24. Its Rejection
       The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 24. Its Rejection All the race of Adam are guilty before God, and, consequently, none of them can by any works of their own find acceptance with Him. Almost every page of Scripture bears testimony ... read more

The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 3. Its Necessity
       The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 3. Its Necessity In employing this term, the necessity of the Atonement, we are making use of an expression which calls for careful definition and explanation. Unfortunately, many writers have fai ... read more

The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 4. Its Pre-requisites
       The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 4. Its Pre-requisites Before we are in the position to discern what was required in order for an atonement to be made for the sins of believers, or more specifically, what were the qualifications ... read more

The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 5. Its Nature
       The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 5. Its Nature An inadequate conception of the terrible enormity of sin necessarily results in a faulty view of the Atonement. In reading through scores of books which were written at varying inte ... read more

The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 6. Its Nature-Continued
       The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 6. Its Nature-Continued The particular aspect of the Satisfaction of Christ which is now before us leads into the very heart of this wondrous theme. It is most important for the honoring of God an ... read more

The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 7. Its Nature-Continued
       The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 7. Its Nature-Continued Rightly has it been said that, "The doctrine of the Atonement is put in its proper light only when it is regarded as the central truth of Christianity, the great theme of S ... read more

The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 8. Its Nature-Concluded
       The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 8. Its Nature-Concluded We have pointed out in the preceding chapters that the particular aspect of Christ’s Satisfaction which is now before us constitutes the very heart of this mighty subject. ... read more

The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 9. Its Design
       The Satisfaction of Christ Studies in the Atonement 9. Its Design What was the purpose of the Eternal Three in sending Christ Jesus into this world? What was the incarnation of the Son of God intended to accomplish? What were His sufferings and obe ... read more

THE SCRIPTURES AND CHRIST
      The order we follow in this series is that of experience. It is not until man is made thoroughly displeased with himself that he begins to aspire after God. The fallen creature deluded by Satan, is self-satisfied until his sin-blinded eyes are opened to g ... read more

THE SCRIPTURES AND GOD
      The Holy Scriptures are wholly supernatural. They are a Divine revelation. "All scripture is given by inspiration of God" (2 Tim. 3:16). It is not merely that God elevated men’s minds, but that He directed their thoughts. It is not simply that He communic ... read more

THE SCRIPTURES AND GOOD WORKS
      The truth of God may well be likened to a narrow path skirted on either side by a dangerous and destructive precipice: in other words, it lies between two gulfs of error. The aptness of this figure may be seen in our proneness to sway from one extreme to ... read more

THE SCRIPTURES AND JOY
      The ungodly are ever seeking after joy, but they do not find it: they busy and weary themselves in the pursuit of it, yet all in vain. Their hearts being turned from the Lord, they look downward for joy, where it is not; rejecting the substance, they dili ... read more

THE SCRIPTURES AND LOVE
      In earlier chapters we have sought to point out some of the ways by which we may ascertain whether or not our reading and searching of the Scriptures are really being blessed to our souls. Many are deceived on this matter, mistaking an eagerness to acquir ... read more

THE SCRIPTURES AND OBEDIENCE
      All professing Christians are agreed, in theory at least, that it is the bounden duty of those who bear His name to honor and glorify Christ in this world. But as to how this is to be done, as to what He requires from us to this end, there is wide differe ... read more

THE SCRIPTURES AND PRAYER
      A prayerless Christian is a contradiction in terms. Just as a still-born child is a dead one, so a professing believer who does not pray is devoid of spiritual life. Prayer is the breath of the new nature in the saint, as the Word of God is its food. When ... read more

THE SCRIPTURES AND SIN
      There is grave reason to believe that much Bible reading and Bible study of the last few years has been of no spiritual profit to those who engaged in it. Yes, we go further; we greatly fear that in many instances it has proved a curse rather than a bless ... read more

THE SCRIPTURES AND THE PROMISES
      The Divine promises make known the good pleasure of God’s will to His people, to bestow upon them the riches of His grace. They are the outward testimonies of His heart, who from all eternity loves them and fore-appointed all things for them and concernin ... read more

THE SCRIPTURES AND THE WORLD
      Not a little is written to the Christian in the New Testament about "the world" and his attitude towards it. Its real nature is plainly defined, and the believer is solemnly warned against it. God’s holy Word is a light from heaven, shining here "in a dar ... read more

The Second Commandment
       THE TEN COMMANDMENTS THE SECOND COMMANDMENT "Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth: thou shalt not bow down thy ... read more

The Signs of the Redeemer's Return
       The Redeemer’s Return THE SIGNS OF THE REDEEMER’S RETURN Chapter 6 "And when these things begin to come to pass, then look up, and lift up your heads; for your redemption draweth nigh." Luke 21:28 AS we have shown in the last chapter, the ... read more

THE SINAITIC COVENANT
      We have now arrived at a stage of our subject which we fear is not likely to be of much interest to many of our readers; yet we would ask them to kindly bear with us for the sake of those who are anxious to have a systematic exposition thereof. We write, ... read more

The Sixth Commandment
       THE TEN COMMANDMENTS THE SIXTH COMMANDMENT "Thou shalt not kill" (Ex. 20:13). In the first five Commandments we have seen how God safeguarded His own glory; in the second five we are to behold how He provides for the security and well-being of men ... read more

The Snare of Service
      The main business and the principal concern of the Christian should be that of thanking, praising and adoring that blessed One who has saved him with an everlasting salvation, and who, to secure that salvation, left Heaven’s glory and came down to this si ... read more

The Sovereignty of God
      The sovereignty of God is an expression that once was generally understood. It was a phrase commonly used in religious literature. It was a theme frequently expounded in the pulpit. It was a truth which brought comfort to many hearts and gave virility and ... read more

The Sovereignty of God in Creation
      "Thou art worthy, O Lord, to receive glory, and honor, and power: for Thou hast created all things and for Thy pleasure they are and were created." (Rev. 4:11) Sovereignty characterizes the whole Being of God: let us observe how it marks all His ways a ... read more

The Sovereignty of God) Chapter Eight - Sovereignty And Human Responsibility
      "So then every one of us shall give account of himself to God" (Rom. 14:12). In our last chapter we considered at some length the much debated and difficult question of the human will. We have shown that the will of the natural man is neither Sovereign n ... read more

The Sovereignty of God) Chapter Eleven - Difficulties And Objections
      "Yet ye say, The way of the Lord is not equal. Hear now, O house of Israel; Is not My way equal? are not your ways unequal?" (Ezek. 18:25). A convenient point has been reached when we may now examine, more definitely, some of the difficulties encountered ... read more

The Sovereignty of God) Chapter Five - The Sovereignty Of God In Reprobation
      "Behold therefore the goodness and severity of God" (Rom. 11:22). In the last chapter when treating of the Sovereignty of God the Father in Salvation, we examined seven passages which represent Him as making a choice from among the children of men, and p ... read more

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