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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 Antichrist INTRODUCTION.
      The Antichrist INTRODUCTION. Across the varied scenes depicted by prophecy there falls the shadow of a figure at once commanding and ominous. Under many different names like the aliases of a criminal, his character and movements are set before us. I ... read more

THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD 1. THE SOLITARINESS OF GOD
       THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD 1. THE SOLITARINESS OF GOD The title of this article is perhaps not sufficiently explicit to indicate its theme. This is partly due to the fact that so few today are accustomed to meditate upon the personal perfections of God ... read more

THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD 10. THE FAITHFULNESS OF GOD
       THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD 10. THE FAITHFULNESS OF GOD Unfaithfulness is one of the most outstanding sins of these evil days. In the business world, a man’s word is, with exceedingly rare exceptions, no longer his bond. In the social world, marital inf ... read more

THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD 11. THE GOODNESS OF GOD
       THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD 11. THE GOODNESS OF GOD "The goodness of God endureth continually" (Ps. 52:1) The "goodness" of God respects the perfection of His nature: "God is light, and in Him is no darkness at all" (1 John 1:5). There is such an absolu ... read more

THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD 12. THE PATIENCE OF GOD
       THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD 12. THE PATIENCE OF GOD Far less has been written upon this than the other excellencies of the Divine character. Not a few of those who have expatiated at length upon the Divine attributes have passed over the patience of God ... read more

THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD 14. THE MERCY OF GOD
       THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD 14. THE MERCY OF GOD "O give thanks unto the Lord: for He is good, for His mercy endureth forever" (Ps. 136:1). For this perfection of the Divine character God is greatly to be praised. Three times over in as many verses does ... read more

THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD 15. THE LOVE OF GOD
       THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD 15. THE LOVE OF GOD There are three things told us in Scripture concerning the nature of God. First, "God is spirit" (John 4:24). In the Greek there is no indefinite article, and to say "God is a spirit" is most objectionable ... read more

THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD 16. THE WRATH OF GOD
       THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD 16. THE WRATH OF GOD It is sad to find so many professing Christians who appear to regard the wrath of God as something for which they need to make an apology, or at least they wish there were no such thing. While some would ... read more

THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD 17. THE CONTEMPLATION OF GOD
       THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD 17. THE CONTEMPLATION OF GOD In the previous chapters we have had in review some of the wondrous and lovely perfections of the Divine character. From this most feeble and faulty contemplation of His attributes, it should be e ... read more

THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD 2. THE DECREES OF GOD
       THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD 2. THE DECREES OF GOD The decree of God is His purpose or determination with respect to future things. We have used the singular number as Scripture does (Rom 8:28, Eph 3:11), because there was only one act of His infinite mi ... read more

THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD 3. THE KNOWLEDGE OF GOD
       THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD 3. THE KNOWLEDGE OF GOD God is omniscient. He knows everything: everything possible, everything actual; all events, all creatures, God the past, the present and the future. He is perfectly acquainted with every detail in the ... read more

THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD 4. THE FOREKNOWLEDGE OF GOD
       THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD 4. THE FOREKNOWLEDGE OF GOD What controversies have been engendered by this subject in the past! But what truth of Holy Scripture is there which has not been made the occasion of theological and ecclesiastical battles? T ... read more

THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD 5. THE SUPREMACY OF GOD
       THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD 5. THE SUPREMACY OF GOD In one of his letters to Erasmus, Luther said, "Your thoughts of God are too human." Probably that renowned scholar resented such a rebuke, the more so, since it proceeded from a miner’s son; neverthel ... read more

THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD 6. THE SOVEREIGNTY OF GOD
       THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD 6. THE SOVEREIGNTY OF GOD The sovereignty of God may be defined as the exercise of His supremacy—(see Web Site on Supremacy). Being infinitely elevated above the highest creature, He is the Most High, Lord of heaven and earth ... read more

THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD 7. THE IMMUTABILITY OF GOD
       THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD 7. THE IMMUTABILITY OF GOD This is one of the Divine perfections which is not sufficiently pondered. It is one of the excellencies of the Creator which distinguishes Him from all His creatures. God is perpetually the same: su ... read more

THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD 8. THE HOLINESS OF GOD
       THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD 8. THE HOLINESS OF GOD "Who shall not fear Thee, O Lord, and glorify Thy name? for Thou only art holy" (Rev. 15:4). He only is independently, infinitely, immutably holy. In Scripture He is frequently styled "The Holy One": He ... read more

THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD 9. THE POWER OF GOD
       THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD 9. THE POWER OF GOD We cannot have a right conception of God unless we think of Him as all-powerful, as well as all-wise. He who cannot do what he will and perform all his pleasure cannot be God. As God hath a will to resolve ... read more

THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD PREFACE
       THE ATTRIBUTES OF GOD PREFACE "Acquaint now thyself with Him, and be at peace: thereby good shall come unto thee" (Job 22:21). "Thus saith the Lord, Let not the wise man glory in his wisdom, neither let the mighty glory in his might, let not the r ... read more

THE BEATITUDES CONCLUSION The Beatitudes and Christ
      THE BEATITUDES CONCLUSION The Beatitudes and Christ meditations upon the Beatitudes would not be complete unless they turned our thoughts to the Person of our blessed Lord. As we have endeavored to show, they describe the character and conduct o ... read more

THE BEATITUDES INTRODUCTION
      THE BEATITUDES INTRODUCTION has been much divided concerning the design, scope, and application of the Sermon on the Mount. Most commentators have seen in it an exposition of Christian ethics. Men such as the late Count Tolstoi have regarded it as ... read more

THE BEATITUDES THE EIGHTH BEATITUDE
      THE BEATITUDES THE EIGHTH BEATITUDE "Blessed are they which are persecuted for righteousness’ sake: for theirs is the Kingdom of heaven. Blessed are ye, when men shall revile you, and persecute you, and shall say all manner of evil against you false ... read more

THE BEATITUDES THE FIFTH BEATITUDE
      THE BEATITUDES THE FIFTH BEATITUDE "Blessed are the merciful: for they shall obtain mercy" Matthew 5:7 the first four Beatitudes, which have already been considered, a definite progression of spiritual awakening and transformation has been no ... read more

THE BEATITUDES THE FIRST BEATITUDE
      THE BEATITUDES THE FIRST BEATITUDE "Blessed are the poor in spirit: for theirs is the Kingdom of heaven" Matthew 5:3 is indeed blessed to mark how this sermon opens. Christ began not by pronouncing maledictions on the wicked, but by pronounci ... read more

THE BEATITUDES THE FOURTH BEATITUDE
      THE BEATITUDES THE FOURTH BEATITUDE "Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness. for they shall be filled" Matthew 5:6 the first three Beatitudes we are called upon to witness the heart exercises of one who has been awake ... read more

THE BEATITUDES THE SECOND BEATITUDE
      THE BEATITUDES THE SECOND BEATITUDE "Blessed are they that mourn, for they shall be comforted" Matthew 5:4 is hateful and irksome to poor human nature. From suffering and sadness our spirits instinctively shrink. By nature we seek the society ... read more

THE BEATITUDES THE SEVENTH BEATITUDE
      THE BEATITUDES THE SEVENTH BEATITUDE "Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God" Matthew 5:9 seventh Beatitude is the hardest of all to expound. The difficulty lies in determining the precise significance and s ... read more

THE BEATITUDES THE SIXTH BEATITUDE
      THE BEATITUDES THE SIXTH BEATITUDE "Blessed are the pure in heart: for they shall see God" Matthew 5:8 is another of the Beatitudes that has been grossly perverted by the enemies of the Lord, enemies who have, like their predecessors the Phar ... read more

THE BEATITUDES THE THIRD BEATITUDE
      THE BEATITUDES THE THIRD BEATITUDE "Blessed are the meek: for they shall inherit the earth" Matthew 5:5 have been considerable differences of opinion as to the precise significance of the word meek. Some regard its meaning as patience, a spir ... read more

The Beatitudes and Christ
      Our meditations upon the Beatitudes would not be complete unless they turned our thoughts to the person of our blessed Lord. As we have endeavored to show, they describe the character and conduct of a Christian, and as Christian character is nothing more ... read more

The Beneficiaries of the Redeemer's Return
       The Redeemer’s Return THE BENEFICIARIES OF THE REDEEMER’S RETURN OR THE SCOPE OF THE RAPTURE Chapter 7 "The coming of our Lord Jesus Christ with all His saints." 1 Thess. 3:13 We Come now to a phase of our subject which has given rise ... read more

The Blessed Man
      “Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful” (Psa. 1:1). We have been much impressed by the fact that the wondrous and precious Psalter opens with the word ... read more

The Christian in Romans 7
      In this chapter the apostle does two things: First, he shows what is not and what is the Law’s relation to the believer—judicially, the believer is emancipated from the curse or penalty of the Law (7:1-6); morally, the believer is under bonds to obey t ... read more

The Christian's Assurance
      "And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God to them who are the called according to His purpose." (ROMANS 8:28). How many of God's children have, through the centuries, drawn strength and comfort from this blessed vers ... read more

The Churchward Results of the Redeemer's Return
       The Redeemer’s Return THE CHURCHWARD RESULTS OF THE REDEEMER’S RETURN Chapter 8 "I shall be satisfied, when I awake with Thy likeness." Ps. 17:15 What will take place when our Lord comes back again to receive His blood-bought people unto ... read more

The Consummation of the Redeemer's Return
       The Redeemer’s Return THE CONSUMMATION OF THE REDEEMER’S RETURN OR THE MILLENNIAL REIGN Chapter 10 "And the Lord shall be King over all the earth: in that day shall there be one Lord, and His name one." Zech. 14:9 It should now be evident ... read more

The Covenant Allegory
      The last eleven verses of Galatians 4 are far from being free of difficulties appears from the diverse expositions of the commentators. Nor will the limited space now at our disposal allow us to enter into as full an elucidation as could be wished, nor pe ... read more

THE COVENANT ALLEGORY - divine covenants
      Those of our readers who are particularly interested in the divine covenants would be disappointed if we closed our lengthy comments thereon and ignored the last eleven verses of Galatians 4, and therefore we feel it necessary to devote a chapter to their ... read more

The Cross and Self
      Ere developing the theme of this verse let us comment on its terms. “If any”: the duty enjoined is for all who would join Christ’s followers and enlist under His banner. “If any will”: the Greek is very emphatic, signifying not only the consent of the wil ... read more

The Cure for Despondency
      When the Psalmist gave utterance to these words, his spirit was dejected and his heart was heavy within him. In the checkered career of David there was not a little which was calculated to sadden and depress: the cruel persecutions of Saul, who hunted him ... read more

THE DAVIDIC COVENANT
      In this chapter we shall attempt little more than to point out the connecting links between the Sinaitic and the Davidic covenants. The various covenants recorded in the Old Testament, as we have previously stated, mark the principal stages in the develop ... read more

The Divine Inspiration of the Bible CHAPTER EIGHT: THE MARVELOUS INFLUENCE OF THE BIBLE DECLARES ITS SUPER-HUMAN CHARACTER
       The Divine Inspiration of the Bible CHAPTER EIGHT: THE MARVELOUS INFLUENCE OF THE BIBLE DECLARES ITS SUPER-HUMAN CHARACTER The influence of the Bible is world-wide. Its mighty power has affected every department of human activity. The contents ... read more

The Divine Inspiration of the Bible CHAPTER ELEVEN: THE INDESTRUCTIBILITY OF THE BIBLE IS A PROOF THAT ITS AUTHOR IS DIVINE
       The Divine Inspiration of the Bible CHAPTER ELEVEN: THE INDESTRUCTIBILITY OF THE BIBLE IS A PROOF THAT ITS AUTHOR IS DIVINE The survival of the Bible through the ages is very difficult to explain if it is not in truth the Word of God. Books are ... read more

The Divine Inspiration of the Bible CHAPTER FIVE: THE FULFILLED PROPHECIES OF THE BIBLE BESPEAK THE OMNISCIENCE OF ITS AUTHOR
       The Divine Inspiration of the Bible CHAPTER FIVE: THE FULFILLED PROPHECIES OF THE BIBLE BESPEAK THE OMNISCIENCE OF ITS AUTHOR In Isaiah 41:21-23 we have what is probably the most remarkable challenge to be found in the Bible. "Produce your caus ... read more

The Divine Inspiration of the Bible CHAPTER FOUR: THE CHARACTER OF ITS TEACHINGS EVIDENCES THE DIVINE AUTHORSHIP OF THE BIBLE
       The Divine Inspiration of the Bible CHAPTER FOUR: THE CHARACTER OF ITS TEACHINGS EVIDENCES THE DIVINE AUTHORSHIP OF THE BIBLE Take its teachings about God Himself. What does the Bible teach us about God? It declares that He is Eternal: "Before ... read more

The Divine Inspiration of the Bible CHAPTER FOURTEEN: APPLICATION OF THE ARGUMENT
       The Divine Inspiration of the Bible CHAPTER FOURTEEN: APPLICATION OF THE ARGUMENT What is our attitude towards God’s Word? The knowledge that the Scriptures are inspired by the Holy Spirit involves definite obligations. Our conception of the au ... read more

The Divine Inspiration of the Bible CHAPTER NINE: THE MIRACULOUS POWER OF THE BIBLE SHOWS FORTH THAT ITS INSPIRER IS THE ALMIGHTY
       The Divine Inspiration of the Bible CHAPTER NINE: THE MIRACULOUS POWER OF THE BIBLE SHOWS FORTH THAT ITS INSPIRER IS THE ALMIGHTY I. The Power of Gods Word to Convict Men of Sin. In Hebrews 4:12 we have a Scripture which draws attention to thi ... read more

The Divine Inspiration of the Bible CHAPTER ONE: THERE IS A PRESUMPTION IN FAVOR OF THE BIBLE
       The Divine Inspiration of the Bible CHAPTER ONE: THERE IS A PRESUMPTION IN FAVOR OF THE BIBLE This argument may be simply and tersely stated thus—Man needed a Divine revelation couched in human language. God had previously given man a revelatio ... read more

The Divine Inspiration of the Bible CHAPTER SEVEN: THE WONDERFUL UNITY OF THE BIBLE ATTESTS ITS DIVINE AUTHORSHIP
       The Divine Inspiration of the Bible CHAPTER SEVEN: THE WONDERFUL UNITY OF THE BIBLE ATTESTS ITS DIVINE AUTHORSHIP The manner in which the Bible has been produced argues against its unity. The Bible was penned on two continents, written in three ... read more

The Divine Inspiration of the Bible CHAPTER SIX: THE TYPICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF THE SCRIPTURES DECLARE THEIR DIVINE AUTHORSHIP
       The Divine Inspiration of the Bible CHAPTER SIX: THE TYPICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF THE SCRIPTURES DECLARE THEIR DIVINE AUTHORSHIP "In the volume of the Book it is written of Me" (Heb. 10:7). Christ is the Key to the Scriptures. Said He, "Search the S ... read more

The Divine Inspiration of the Bible CHAPTER TEN: THE COMPLETENESS OF THE BIBLE DEMONSTRATES ITS DIVINE PERFECTION
       The Divine Inspiration of the Bible CHAPTER TEN: THE COMPLETENESS OF THE BIBLE DEMONSTRATES ITS DIVINE PERFECTION The antiquity of the Scriptures argues against their completeness. The compilation of the Bible was completed more than eighteen c ... read more

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