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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 Divine Inspiration of the Bible CHAPTER THIRTEEN: VERBAL INSPIRATION
       The Divine Inspiration of the Bible CHAPTER THIRTEEN: VERBAL INSPIRATION Not only does the Bible claim to be a Divine revelation but it also asserts that its original manuscripts were written "not in the words which man’s wisdom teacheth, but w ... read more

The Divine Inspiration of the Bible CHAPTER THREE: THE UNMISTAKABLE HONESTY OF THE WRITERS OF THE BIBLE ATTESTS TO ITS HEAVENLY ORIGIN
       The Divine Inspiration of the Bible CHAPTER THREE: THE UNMISTAKABLE HONESTY OF THE WRITERS OF THE BIBLE ATTESTS TO ITS HEAVENLY ORIGIN The title of this chapter suggests a wide field of study the limits of which we can now only skirt here and t ... read more

The Divine Inspiration of the Bible CHAPTER TWELVE: INWARD CONFIRMATION OF THE VERACITY OF THE SCRIPTURES
       The Divine Inspiration of the Bible CHAPTER TWELVE: INWARD CONFIRMATION OF THE VERACITY OF THE SCRIPTURES We are living in a day when confidence is lacking; when skepticism and agnosticism are becoming more and more prevalent; and when doubt an ... read more

The Divine Inspiration of the Bible CHAPTER TWO: THE PERENNIAL FRESHNESS OF THE BIBLE BEARS WITNESS TO ITS DIVINE INSPIRER
       The Divine Inspiration of the Bible CHAPTER TWO: THE PERENNIAL FRESHNESS OF THE BIBLE BEARS WITNESS TO ITS DIVINE INSPIRER The full force of the present argument will appeal only to those who are intimately acquainted with the Bible, and the mo ... read more

The Divine Inspiration of the Bible INTRODUCTION
       The Divine Inspiration of the Bible INTRODUCTION Christianity is the religion of a Book. Christianity is based upon the impregnable rock of Holy Scripture. The starting point of all doctrinal discussion must be the Bible. Upon the foundation of th ... read more

The Divine Rememberer
      "Who remembered us in our low estate: for His mercy endureth forever" (Psa. 136:23). "Who remembered us." This is in striking and blessed contrast from our forgettings of Him. Like every other faculty of our beings, the memory has been affected by th ... read more

The Doctrine of Election 1. Introduction
       The Doctrine of Election 1. Introduction Election is a foundational doctrine. In the past, many of the ablest teachers were accustomed to commence their systematic theology with a presentation of the attributes of God, and then a contemplation of ... read more

The Doctrine of Election 10. Its Blessedness
       The Doctrine of Election 10. Its Blessedness First, the doctrine of election magnifies the character of God. It exemplifies His grace. Election makes known the fact that salvation is God’s free gift, gratuitously bestowed upon whom He pleases. Thi ... read more

The Doctrine of Election 11. Its Opposition
       The Doctrine of Election 11. Its Opposition Wherever the doctrine of election is Scripturally presented it meets with fierce opposition and bitter declamation. It has been so throughout the entire course of this Christian era, and that, among all ... read more

The Doctrine of Election 12. Its Publication
       The Doctrine of Election 12. Its Publication During the last two or three generations the pulpit has given less and less prominence to doctrinal preaching, until today—with very rare exceptions—it has no place at all. In some quarters the cry from ... read more

The Doctrine of Election 2. Its Source
       The Doctrine of Election 2. Its Source Accurately speaking, election is a branch of predestination, the latter being a more comprehensive term than the former. Predestination relates to all creatures, things, and events; but election is restricted ... read more

The Doctrine of Election 3. Its Grand Original
       The Doctrine of Election 3. Its Grand Original The decrees of God, His eternal purpose, the inscrutable counsels of His will, are indeed a great deep; yet this we know, that from first to last they have a definite relation to Christ, for He is the ... read more

The Doctrine of Election 4. Its Verity
       The Doctrine of Election 4. Its Verity Before proceeding further with an orderly opening up of this profound but precious doctrine, it may be better (especially for the benefit of those less familiar with the subject) if we now demonstrate its Scr ... read more

The Doctrine of Election 5. Its Justice
       The Doctrine of Election 5. Its Justice Somewhat against our inclinations we have decided to depart again from the logical method of exposition, and instead of now proceeding with an orderly unfolding of this doctrine, we pause to deal with the pr ... read more

The Doctrine of Election 7. Its Design
       The Doctrine of Election 7. Its Design In the last chapter we have sought to go right back to the very beginning of all things and trace out the order of God’s counsels in connection with His eternal decree in election, so far as they are revealed ... read more

The Doctrine of Election 8. Its Manifestation
       The Doctrine of Election 8. Its Manifestation By His electing act God took the Church into a definite and personal relation to Himself, so that He reckons and regards its members as His own dear children and people. Consequently, even while they a ... read more

The Doctrine of Election 9. Its Perception
       The Doctrine of Election 9. Its Perception Thus far we have dwelt mainly upon the doctrinal side of election; now we turn more directly to its experimental and practical aspect. The entire doctrine of Scripture is a perfect and harmonious unit, ... read more

THE DOCTRINE OF JUSTIFICATION 1. INTRODUCTION
       THE DOCTRINE OF JUSTIFICATION 1. INTRODUCTION Our first thought was to devote an introductory chapter unto a setting forth the principle errors which have been entertained upon this subject by different men and parties, but after more deliberation ... read more

THE DOCTRINE OF JUSTIFICATION 10. ITS RESULTS
       THE DOCTRINE OF JUSTIFICATION 10. ITS RESULTS The justification of the believer is absolute, complete, final. "It is God that justifieth" (Rom. 8:33), and "I know that, whatsoever God doeth, it shall be for ever: nothing can be put to it, nor any ... read more

THE DOCTRINE OF JUSTIFICATION 2. ITS MEANING
       THE DOCTRINE OF JUSTIFICATION 2. ITS MEANING Deliverance from the condemning sentence of the Divine Law is the fundamental blessing in Divine salvation: so long as we continue under the curse, we can neither be holy nor happy. But as to the precis ... read more

THE DOCTRINE OF JUSTIFICATION 3. ITS PROBLEM
       THE DOCTRINE OF JUSTIFICATION 3. ITS PROBLEM In this and the following chapter our aim will be fourfold. First, to demonstrate the impossibility of any sinner obtaining acceptance and favour with God on the ground of his own performances. Second, ... read more

THE DOCTRINE OF JUSTIFICATION 4. ITS BASIS
       THE DOCTRINE OF JUSTIFICATION 4. ITS BASIS In our last chapter we contemplated the problem which is presented in the justifying or pronouncing righteous one who is a flagrant violator of the Law of God. Some may have been surprised at the introduc ... read more

THE DOCTRINE OF JUSTIFICATION 5. ITS NATURE
       THE DOCTRINE OF JUSTIFICATION 5. ITS NATURE Justification, strictly speaking, consists in God’s imputing to His elect the righteousness of Christ, that alone being the meritorious cause or formal ground on which He pronounces them righteous: the r ... read more

THE DOCTRINE OF JUSTIFICATION 6. ITS SOURCE
       THE DOCTRINE OF JUSTIFICATION 6. ITS SOURCE Let us here review, briefly, the ground which we have already covered. We have seen, first, that "to justify" means to pronounce righteous. It is not a Divine work, but a Divine verdict, the sentence of ... read more

THE DOCTRINE OF JUSTIFICATION 7. ITS OBJECTS
       THE DOCTRINE OF JUSTIFICATION 7. ITS OBJECTS We have now reached a point in our discussion of this mighty theme where it is timely for us to ask the question, Who are the ones that God justifies? The answer to that question will necessarily vary a ... read more

THE DOCTRINE OF JUSTIFICATION 8. ITS INSTRUMENT
       THE DOCTRINE OF JUSTIFICATION 8. ITS INSTRUMENT "Being justified freely by his grace" (Rom. 3:24); "being now justified by His blood" (Rom. 5:9); "being now justified by faith" (Rom. 5:1). A full exposition of the doctrine of justification require ... read more

THE DOCTRINE OF JUSTIFICATION 9. ITS EVIDENCE
       THE DOCTRINE OF JUSTIFICATION 9. ITS EVIDENCE In Romans 3:28 the Apostle Paul declared "that a man is justified by faith without the deeds of the law," and then produces the case of Abraham to prove his assertion. But the Apostle James, from the c ... read more

THE DOCTRINE OF MAN’S IMPOTENCE Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION
       THE DOCTRINE OF MAN’S IMPOTENCE Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION The title of this second section of our book (Part II from Gleanings from the Scriptures; Man’s Total Depravity) may occasion a raising of the eyebrows. That we should designate the spiritu ... read more

THE DOCTRINE OF MAN’S IMPOTENCE Chapter 10 OPPOSITION
       THE DOCTRINE OF MAN’S IMPOTENCE Chapter 10 OPPOSITION In bringing this study to a close it seems desirable that we should consider the opposition made against this truth before giving an exposition of it. This subject of the moral inability of ... read more

THE DOCTRINE OF MAN’S IMPOTENCE Chapter 11 EXPOSITION
       THE DOCTRINE OF MAN’S IMPOTENCE Chapter 11 EXPOSITION (Intended chiefly for preachers) THE PRECEDING CHAPTERS should have made it clear that the subject of the sinner’s moral impotence is far more than an academic one, more than a flight int ... read more

THE DOCTRINE OF MAN’S IMPOTENCE Chapter 2 REALITY
       THE DOCTRINE OF MAN’S IMPOTENCE Chapter 2 REALITY The spiritual impotence of the natural man is no mere product of theological dyspepsia, nor is it a dismal dogma invented during the Dark Ages. It is a solemn fact affirmed by Holy Writ, manifes ... read more

THE DOCTRINE OF MAN’S IMPOTENCE Chapter 3 NATURE
       THE DOCTRINE OF MAN’S IMPOTENCE Chapter 3 NATURE The doctrine we are now considering is a most solemn and forbidding one. Certainly it is one which could never have been invented by man, for it is far too humbling and distasteful. It is one whi ... read more

THE DOCTRINE OF MAN’S IMPOTENCE Chapter 4 ROOT
       THE DOCTRINE OF MAN’S IMPOTENCE Chapter 4 ROOT As no heart can sufficiently conceive, so no voice or pen can adequately portray the awful state of wretchedness and woe into which sin has cast guilty man. It has separated him from God and so has ... read more

THE DOCTRINE OF MAN’S IMPOTENCE Chapter 5 EXTENT
       THE DOCTRINE OF MAN’S IMPOTENCE Chapter 5 EXTENT When seeking to uphold some other great truths of Scripture by means of contemplating separately their component parts, we reminded the reader how very difficult it was to avoid some overlapping. ... read more

THE DOCTRINE OF MAN’S IMPOTENCE Chapter 6 PROBLEM
       THE DOCTRINE OF MAN’S IMPOTENCE Chapter 6 PROBLEM We have now arrived at the most difficult part of our subject, and much wisdom from above is needed if we are to be preserved from error. It has been well said that truth is like a narrow path r ... read more

THE DOCTRINE OF MAN’S IMPOTENCE Chapter 7 COMPLEMENT
       THE DOCTRINE OF MAN’S IMPOTENCE Chapter 7 COMPLEMENT Let us begin by defining our term. The "complement" of a thing is that which gives it completeness. In contemplating the natural condition of Adam’s children we obtain a one-sided and mislead ... read more

THE DOCTRINE OF MAN’S IMPOTENCE Chapter 8 ELUCIDATION
       THE DOCTRINE OF MAN’S IMPOTENCE Chapter 8 ELUCIDATION Had we followed a strictly logical order, this branch of our subject would have immediately followed our discussion of the problem which is raised by this doctrine. But we considered it bett ... read more

THE DOCTRINE OF MAN’S IMPOTENCE Chapter 9 AFFIRMATION
       THE DOCTRINE OF MAN’S IMPOTENCE Chapter 9 AFFIRMATION Many able writers, in their efforts to solve the problem presented by the moral impotence and yet the moral responsibility of fallen man, have stressed the distinction between natural and mo ... read more

THE DOCTRINE OF RECONCILIATION Chapter 1 Its Distinctions
       THE DOCTRINE OF RECONCILIATION Chapter 1 Its Distinctions Before taking up our subject in a positive and constructive manner it seems advisable that we should endeavor to remove a misapprehension under which a number of our readers are laboring ... read more

THE DOCTRINE OF RECONCILIATION Chapter 10 Its Effectuation
       THE DOCTRINE OF RECONCILIATION Chapter 10 Its Effectuation To refresh your memories we will here epitomize what has been presented in previous chapters. First, we pointed out the distinctions which require to be recognized if confusion is to ... read more

THE DOCTRINE OF RECONCILIATION Chapter 11 Its Effectuation-Continued
       THE DOCTRINE OF RECONCILIATION Chapter 11 Its Effectuation-Continued That which is here to engage our attention is the work performed by the Mediator in order to heal the breach between a righteous God and His sinful people and thus effect a mu ... read more

THE DOCTRINE OF RECONCILIATION Chapter 12 Its Effectuation-Continued
       THE DOCTRINE OF RECONCILIATION Chapter 12 Its Effectuation-Continued In our last we showed, first, that in order to satisfy the requirements of Divine justice the incarnate Son was "made under the Law" and that the work He did and the suffering ... read more

THE DOCTRINE OF RECONCILIATION Chapter 13 Its Effectuation-Concluded
       THE DOCTRINE OF RECONCILIATION Chapter 13 Its Effectuation-Concluded In seeking to show what Christ did in order to effect reconciliation between God and His people two methods of presentation were open to us—each warranted by the analogy of Sc ... read more

THE DOCTRINE OF RECONCILIATION Chapter 14 Its Meaning
       THE DOCTRINE OF RECONCILIATION Chapter 14 Its Meaning It may seem strange to some that we have deferred until now a consideration of the meaning of "reconciliation," and to the critical reader it must appear as a real defect. Ordinarily a write ... read more

THE DOCTRINE OF RECONCILIATION Chapter 15 Its Meaning-Continued
       THE DOCTRINE OF RECONCILIATION Chapter 15 Its Meaning-Continued In our last chapter we pointed out the needs-be for and the importance of making a clear distinction between the Atonement and reconciliation, that the sacrifice of Christ was the ... read more

THE DOCTRINE OF RECONCILIATION Chapter 16 Its Meaning-Continued
       THE DOCTRINE OF RECONCILIATION Chapter 16 Its Meaning-Continued In our last chapter we pointed out that reconciliation is an attitude or relation, and dwelt upon the fact that it is a mutual affair. This is so obvious that it should need no arg ... read more

THE DOCTRINE OF RECONCILIATION Chapter 17 Its Meaning-Concluded
       THE DOCTRINE OF RECONCILIATION Chapter 17 Its Meaning-Concluded A beautiful type of what we have contended for in these articles is found in Genesis 8. In the preceding chapter we behold the fearful judgment of God under the antediluvian world ... read more

THE DOCTRINE OF RECONCILIATION Chapter 18 Its Scope
       THE DOCTRINE OF RECONCILIATION Chapter 18 Its Scope Who are the ones from whom the wrath of God has been turned away and to whom He is reconciled? Who are they whose enmity against God has been slam and are actually reconciled to Him? Though th ... read more

THE DOCTRINE OF RECONCILIATION Chapter 19 Its Scope-Continued
       THE DOCTRINE OF RECONCILIATION Chapter 19 Its Scope-Continued Some times the "world" signifies the Gentiles in general, in contrast from the Jews in particular, as in "If the fall of them (unbelieving Israel) be the riches of the world," which ... read more

THE DOCTRINE OF RECONCILIATION Chapter 2 Its Need
       THE DOCTRINE OF RECONCILIATION Chapter 2 Its Need The word reconciliation means to unite two parties who are estranged. It denotes that one has given offence and the other has taken umbrage or is displeased by it, in consequence of which there ... read more

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