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Albert N. Martin Audio Messages
Comment: "Albert Martin's ministry proved to be a tremendous blessing in my own personal development as a Christian and as a pastor. Especially the Pastoral Theology course: it was like a treasure, I devoured them, they were tremendously impacting in my life. He has had a powerful influence on many young pastors.  —Jeffery S. Smith, Pastor of Emmanuel Baptist Church, Florida [more comments]

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The Sovereignty of God
Albert N. Martin

It will soon be 50 years since this very popular and important series was preached. The messages were freshly digitized from donated original Trinity Pulpit tapes in October of this year. Message number eight - which was removed from distribution around 1989 - has been restored to the series, as have been some of the opening and closing prayers — and even a closing hymn! [go]

Pastoral Theology Lectures
Albert N. Martin

This series Biblically details the elements of a man's character, call, and functions in the pastoral office. Included are: effective overseeing / leading of the flock, and effective ministry of the Word (both publicly in preaching and privately in counseling). It is also instructive for the average Church member—to help them know what kind of men they should vote into this office, and what they should expect of those who are over them in the LORD. Also covered are such topics as weddings, funerals, membership interviews, prayer meetings, public worship, church discipline, evangelism, the diaconate, inter-church relationships, etc. Please recommend this series to your pastor! it has frequently been used by the Head of the Church to bring about life and ministry-changing results. [go]

Ecclesiology Lectures
Greg Nichols

"I will build my church; and the gates of Hades shall not prevail against it." "And gave him to be head over all things to the church." "Unto him be the glory in the church and in Christ Jesus unto all generations for ever and ever. Amen" (Matthew 16:18, Ephesians 1:22, Ephesians 3:21). How can we labor for the well-being of the Church if we do not know what the Church is supposed to be? Since the great purpose of history is the building of Christ's Church, His ruling over all things to that end, and God's glory which is so largely bound up therein, it well-behooves us to be well-rooted and grounded in the Biblical teaching on this most important subject. [go]

Studies in the 1689 London Baptist Confession of Faith
Greg Nichols

The doctrinal statements of many modern churches are often quite short, generic and minimal, whereas the 1689 is relatively long, detailed and specific. This "mini systematic theology" was the confession of Charles Spurgeon and many other prominent servants of Christ, and is instructive in giving proper expression, weight and order to the major Biblical teachings. When adopted as a Church's secondary standard, it can go a long way in fulfilling Paul's inspired exhoration: "Now I beseech you brethren by the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that ye all speak the same thing and that there be no divisions among you; but that ye be perfectly joined together in the same mind and in the same judgment." [go]

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How to Be Sure

We live in a day when multitudes have been assured they are saved because they have walked an aisle, said "the sinner's prayer" or signed a decision card; yet they show none of the signs of being born again which are given in God's Word. Christ said, "Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God" (John 3:3). Therefore, assurance of regeneration is essential in order to have assurance of salvation. The tract "How to Be Sure" shows the urgent need for this assurance and the biblical basis for it. Biblical guidelines also are given for those who lack it. [go]

Down Life's Path (Poem)

"Down Life's Path" depicts the vanity and consequences of seeking happiness in the things of the world and gives the only solution which is faith in Christ. Not only can this tract be useful for witnessing to unbelievers but also for encouraging believers. It serves as a reminder of the happiness they have in Christ which is often needed in a world filled with sorrow. The poem "Assurance" is included so that people will know what changes to expect in their lives when they have saving faith. [go]

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