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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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Prayer - 1 Peter 5:10, 11, Part 2
      "But the God of all grace, who bath called us." In the last chapter (utilizing Goodwin’s analysis) it was pointed out that this most blessed title has respect to what God is in Himself, what He is in His eternal purpose, and what He is in His actings towa ... read more

Prayer - 1 Peter 5:10, 11, Part 3
      Having considered in the two previous chapters the supplicant, setting, Object, and plea of this prayer, let us now contemplate, fifthly, its petition: "the God of all grace… make you perfect, stablish, strengthen, settle you." The proper force of the Gre ... read more

Prayer - 2 Peter 1:2, 3
      No thorough study of the prayers of the apostles, or of the prayers of the Bible as a whole, would be complete without an examination of the benedictions with which the apostles (James excepted), prefaced their Epistles. Those opening salutations were ver ... read more

Prayer - Hebrews 13:20, 21, Part 1
      This prayer contains a remarkable epitome of the entire epistle—an epistle to which every minister of the Gospel should devote special attention. Nothing else is so much needed today as expository sermons on the Epistles to the Romans and to the Hebrews: ... read more

Prayer - Hebrews 13:20, 21, Part 2
      "Now the God of peace, that brought again from the dead our Lord Jesus, that great shepherd of the sheep, through the blood of the everlasting covenant." We must now carefully consider the particular act of God toward our Savior that the Apostle Paul here ... read more

Prayer - Hebrews 13:20, 21, Part 3
      "Now the God of peace. . . make you perfect in every good work to do his will, working in you that which is well-pleasing in his sight, through Jesus Christ." As previously intimated, there is a very close connection between this verse and the preceding o ... read more

Prayer - Jude 24, 25, Part 1
      The prayer that is now to engage our attention is a particularly arresting one, but its beauty and blessedness appear even more conspicuously when it is examined in connection with its somber background. It concludes the most solemn Epistle in the New Tes ... read more

Prayer - Jude 24, 25, Part 2
      "Now unto him that is able to keep you from falling." In further consideration of the connection of this prayer, the following question is crucial: who are the ones that the Lord Jesus thus preserves? Not everyone who professes to believe and to be a foll ... read more

Prayer - Mark 11:24
      PRAYER Arthur W. Pink “What things soever ye desire when ye pray believe that ye receive them, and ye shall have them” Mark 11:24 By the words “believe that ye receive them”: we understand, expect God to give them to you. But it is at ... read more

Prayer - Revelation 1:5, 6, Part 1
      The prayer now before us really forms the closing part of the salutation and benediction of verses 4 and 5 of Revelation 1, in which "grace and peace" are sought from the triune God in His distinct persons: (1) "from him which is, and which was, and which ... read more

Prayer - Revelation 1:5, 6, Part 2
      Two evidences of the love of Christ for His people are mentioned in this prayer: His cleansing of them from their sins by His own blood, and His enriching of them by the dignities He bestows upon them. But there is also a third expression and manifestatio ... read more

Prayer Sighs
      The exercises of soul and pangs of heart find expression in sighs and sobs, in moans and groans, yet such as mere nature never produced. The word "sigh" has a much stronger force in its Scriptural usage than in our ordinary conversation, or we should say, ... read more

Preaching False and True
      Licentious Preaching The twofoldness of Divine Truth is broadly illustrated by the dividing of God’s Word into its two Testaments, wherein, characteristically speaking, we have set forth the Divine Law and the Divine Gospel, and where distinctively (th ... read more

Preaching False and True
       PREACHING FALSE AND TRUE Arthur W. Pink Licentious Preaching The twofoldness of Divine Truth is broadly illustrated by the dividing of God’s Word into its two Testaments, wherein, characteristically speaking, we have set forth the Divine Law and ... read more

Precious Death
      "Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints" (PSALM 116:15). This is one of the many comforting and blessed statements in Holy Scripture concerning that great event from which the flesh so much shrinks. If the Lord's people would mo ... read more

PROFITING FROM THE WORD 1. THE SCRIPTURES AND SIN
       PROFITING FROM THE WORD 1. 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. Yea, we go further; we greatly fear that i ... read more

PROFITING FROM THE WORD 10. THE SCRIPTURES AND LOVE
       PROFITING FROM THE WORD 10. 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 a ... read more

PROFITING FROM THE WORD 2. THE SCRIPTURES AND GOD
       PROFITING FROM THE WORD 2. THE SCRIPTURES AND GOD PROFITING FROM THE WORD 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 n ... read more

PROFITING FROM THE WORD 3. THE SCRIPTURES AND CHRIST
       PROFITING FROM THE WORD 3. 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, ... read more

PROFITING FROM THE WORD 4. THE SCRIPTURES AND PRAYER
       PROFITING FROM THE WORD 4. 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 ... read more

PROFITING FROM THE WORD 5. THE SCRIPTURES AND GOOD WORKS
       PROFITING FROM THE WORD 5. 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 ... read more

PROFITING FROM THE WORD 6. THE SCRIPTURES AND OBEDIENCE
       PROFITING FROM THE WORD 6. 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 honour and glorify Christ in this world. But as to how this is to be done, ... read more

PROFITING FROM THE WORD 7. THE SCRIPTURES AND THE WORLD
       PROFITING FROM THE WORD 7. 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 ... read more

PROFITING FROM THE WORD 8. THE SCRIPTURES AND THE PROMISES
       PROFITING FROM THE WORD 8. 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 etern ... read more

PROFITING FROM THE WORD 9. THE SCRIPTURES AND JOY
       PROFITING FROM THE WORD 9. 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 fo ... read more

Real Christianity
      Alas, how very little real Christianity there is in the world today! Christianity consists in being conformed unto the image of God's Son "Looking unto Jesus" constantly, trustfully, submissively, lovingly, the heart occupied with the example which Christ ... read more

Real Christianity
       REAL CHRISTIANITY Arthur W. Pink Alas, how very little real Christianity there is in the world today! Christianity consists in being conformed unto the image of God's Son "Looking unto Jesus" constantly, trustfully, submissively, lovingly, the hea ... read more

Receiving Divine Chastisement
      "My Son despise not thou the chastening of the Lord nor faint when thou art rebuked of Him" (HEBREWS 12:5). Not all chastisement is sanctified to the recipients of it. Some are hardened thereby; others are crushed beneath it. Much depends on the spir ... read more

REGENERATION OR THE NEW BIRTH Chapter 1 ITS NECESSITY
       REGENERATION OR THE NEW BIRTH Chapter 1 ITS NECESSITY 1. The need for regeneration lies in our natural degeneration. In consequence of the fall of our first parents, all of us were born alienated from the Divine life and holiness, despoiled o ... read more

REGENERATION OR THE NEW BIRTH Chapter 2 ITS NATURE
       REGENERATION OR THE NEW BIRTH Chapter 2 ITS NATURE We have now arrived at the most difficult part of our subject. Necessarily so, for we are about to contemplate the workings of God. These are ever mysterious, and nothing whatever can be real ... read more

REGENERATION OR THE NEW BIRTH Chapter 3 ITS EFFECTS
       REGENERATION OR THE NEW BIRTH Chapter 3 ITS EFFECTS "The wind bloweth where it listeth, and thou hearest the sound thereof, but canst not tell whence it cometh, and whither it goeth: so is every one that is born of the Spirit" (John 3:8). Tho ... read more

REGENERATION OR THE NEW BIRTH INTRODUCTION
       REGENERATION OR THE NEW BIRTH INTRODUCTION Two chief obstacles lie in the way of the salvation of any of Adam’s fallen descendants: bondage to the guilt and penalty of sin, bondage to the power and presence of sin; or, in other words, their bein ... read more

Rejoice in the Lord alway
      Why should I, who am by nature no different from the careless and godless throngs all around, have been chosen in Christ before the foundation of the world and now blest with all spiritual blessings in the heavenlies in Him? Why was I, that once was an al ... read more

Rejoicing in the Lord
      “Rejoice in the Lord always: and again I say, Rejoice” (Phil. 4:4). How many there are today who make an entirely wrong use of this Divine exhortation. Let any servant of God faithfully trace out the inward experiences of a Christian, let him describe the ... read more

Repent or Perish
      These were the words of the incarnate Son of God. They have never been cancelled; nor will they be as long as this world lasts. Repentance is absolute and necessary if the sinner is to make peace with God (Isa. 27:5), for repentance is the throwing down t ... read more

Salvation from the Pleasure of Sin
      It is here that God begins His actual application of salvation unto His elect. God saves us from the pleasure or love of sin before He delivers us from the penalty or punishment of sin. Necessarily so, for it would be neither an act of holiness nor of rig ... read more

Signs of the Times
      No, let us assure the spiritual reader at the outset that we are not going to waste his time nor our space by a consideration of the latest doings of Hitler, Mussolini, and Co. "Let the potsherd strive with the potsherds of the earth" (Isa. 45:9): the chi ... read more

Spiritual Fluctuations
      “Because they have no changes, therefore they fear not God” (Psa. 55:19). As there are some people who uniformly enjoy good health, so there is a class of religious professors who appear to maintain one steady level of experience. There is no rise and fal ... read more

Spiritual Growth 1. Introduction
       Spiritual Growth 1. Introduction The name which is usually given to our subject by Christian writers is that of "Growth in Grace" which is a scriptural expression, being found 2 Peter 3:18. But it appears to us that, strictly speaking, growing in ... read more

Spiritual Growth 10. Its Decline
       Spiritual Growth 10. Its Decline I First, its nature. That which we are here to be concerned with is what some writers term "backsliding"—a lucid and expressive word that is not employed so often as it should be or once was. Like most other the ... read more

Spiritual Growth 12. Its Evidences
       Spiritual Growth 12. Its Evidences I What are the principal marks of spiritual growth? what are the outstanding characteristics of the Christian’s progress? To some of our readers that may appear a simple question, admitting of a ready answer. ... read more

Spiritual Growth 2. Its Root
       Spiritual Growth 2. Its Root Before attempting to define and describe what the spiritual growth of a Christian consists of, we should first show what it is that is capable of growth, for spiritual growth necessarily supposes the presence of spirit ... read more

Spiritual Growth 3. Its Necessity
       Spiritual Growth 3. Its Necessity I We commenced the last chapter by pointing out that none can possibly make any progress in the Christian life unless he first be a Christian and then devoted the remainder to defining and describing what a "Ch ... read more

Spiritual Growth 4. Its Nature
       Spiritual Growth 4. Its Nature I We have now arrived at what is really the most important part of our subject, but which is far from being the easiest to handle. If we are to be preserved or delivered from erroneous views at this point it is ve ... read more

Spiritual Growth 5. Its Analogy
       Spiritual Growth 5. Its Analogy I An "analogy" is an agreement or correspondence in certain respects between things which otherwise differ, and just as it is often an aid to obtaining the force of a word by considering its synonyms, so it frequ ... read more

Spiritual Growth 6. Its Seasonableness
       Spiritual Growth 6. Its Seasonableness I "To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven. . . . He hath made everything beautiful in his time" (Eccl. 3:1, 11). If the whole of these eleven verses be read consecuti ... read more

Spiritual Growth 7. Its Stages
       Spiritual Growth 7. Its Stages I In the last chapter we called attention to the fact that Christians may be graded into three classes according to their "stature" in Christ or their spiritual development and progress. In proof thereof appeal wa ... read more

Spiritual Growth 8. Its Promotion
       Spiritual Growth 8. Its Promotion I We have now arrived at what is perhaps the most important aspect of our subject—not from the doctrinal side but from the practical standpoint. It will avail us little to discover that there is a manifold need ... read more

Spiritual Growth 9. Its Means
       Spiritual Growth 9. Its Means I After what we have said previously it may seem almost superfluous to follow with a chapter devoted to a presentation of the principal means of spiritual growth. If success in the Christian life really narrows dow ... read more

Spiritual Nourishment
      “Nourished up in the Words of Faith” (1 Tim. 4:6). We are living in a day when more and more attention is being paid to dietetics; foods are scientifically analyzed, the various grades of vitamins classified, and a serious effort made to obtain a well-bal ... read more

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