The Freebie Round-Up #34

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Yesterday, I started teaching our youth’s small group. I’m a bit nervous and excited. It’s been almost 3 year that I wasn’t able to teach a group in a church. Thank God for this opportunity to teach and see these teen grow in Christ. Can you pray for me and our small group?

Anyways, here’s a list of great freebies that are waiting to be downloaded. And if your new here to this post or you missed out other freebie round-ups, check the links to those post at the end of this article.

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FREE e-books John Gresham Machen – Log College Press recently included in their catalog one of the great preachers of the last century by making some of his books available. Enjoy J. Gresham Machen e-books free scanned from vintage editions of the book.

FREE e-book “Practical Truths” by Archibald Alexander – Monergism provides this collection of forty articles of Alexander presented in this one of a kind volume that is a free download.

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FREE “My Journal” e-book George Mueller – Chapel Library has a new free e-book on one of the giants of the faith. It’s a short book containing some excerpts from the journal of Muller but it’s worth it.

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FREE e-book “Gospel Deeps” by Jared Wilson – Faithlife offers this e-book from Jared Wilson for the whole month for free. Open this e-book by downloading their app (which is also free).

FREE “Everyone’s A Theologian” e-book by R. C. Sproul – It’s back and I think many are glad they made it available again. Get this e-book for free for a very limited time and enjoy it’s great content.

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*Read: 7 Awesome Ways to Learn Church History Online for Free *

FREE audiobook “Absolute Surrender” by Andrew Murray – Christian Audio by far has a winning streak on providing excellent free Reformed audiobooks this year. I hope it will continue the whole year. So download this classic book free that I read long ago and I’m considering to listen to this audio version of the book.

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FREE e-book “Expositional Preaching” – This e-book belongs to an excellent series Building Healthy Churches by 9 Marks  and Crossway brings it to your digital device for free just by completing this brief survey.

Do you want more freebies? Check out these past blog post:

Freebie Round-Up #33

Freebie Round-Up #32 

Freebie Round-Up #31

Freebie Round-Up #30

Freebie Round-Up #29

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The Quotable Round-Up #74

tpn6bjcHowdy to all! I hope you’re having a great day as you dive in this brand new collection of quotes! This time we are featuring quotes from the book “What is Predestination? Radio Addresses on the Election of God’s People” by J. Gresham Machen. And as always if you got stoked with these quotes, please get the books at your nearest Christian bookstore or on Amazon.

“Just because we do not know what the reason is for God’s choice of some and his passing by of others, that does not mean that there is no reason. As a matter of fact, there is without doubt an altogether good and sufficient reason. We can be perfectly sure of that. God never acts in arbitrary fashion; he acts always in accordance with infinite wisdom; all his acts are directed to infinitely high and worthy ends. We must just trust him for that. We do not know why God has acted thus and not otherwise, but we know the One who knows and we rest in his infinite justice and goodness and wisdom.” — J. Gresham Machen, “What is Predestination? Radio Addresses on the Election of God’s People” #gospel #salvation #reformed #calvinism #jgreshammachen #sovereignity

“Salvation, therefore, does not depend ultimately upon any act of the human will, even the act of faith in Jesus Christ. Faith itself is induced, in those who are saved in accordance with the eternal purpose of God. They are not predestinated to salvation because they believe, but they are enabled to believe because they are predestinated.” — J. Gresham Machen, “What is Predestination? Radio Addresses on the Election of God’s People” #gospel #salvation #reformed #calvinism #jgreshammachen #sovereignity

“Little hope have we, my friends, if our salvation depends upon ourselves; but the salvation of which the Bible speaks is rooted in the eternal counsel of God. There is no break and no possibility of break in the mighty working out of God’s eternal plan.” — J. Gresham Machen, “What is Predestination? Radio Addresses on the Election of God’s People” #gospel #salvation #reformed #calvinism #jgreshammachen #sovereignity

“All men deserving of God’s wrath and curse, some men, and these not more deserving of God’s favor than others, saved by his mysterious grace—these things are indeed at the heart of the Bible. Obscure them in the interests of human merit or human pride and you have substituted man’s wisdom for the Word of God.” — J. Gresham Machen, “What is Predestination? Radio Addresses on the Election of God’s People” #gospel #salvation #reformed #calvinism #jgreshammachen #sovereignity

“What a comfort it is to know that salvation depends solely upon God’s mysterious grace! We all deserved to perish in our sins, and so did all those to whom we preach. But God’s grace is wonderful. He has in his eternal plan a people chosen for his name. Happy are we if we are God’s instruments in gathering into his kingdom any of those who from all eternity belong to him.”
— J. Gresham Machen, “What is Predestination? Radio Addresses on the Election of God’s People”
#gospel #salvation #reformed #calvinism #jgreshammachen #sovereignity

“Did he create and order the universe because of some purpose found in the universe itself? Surely not. That would make the world an end in itself; it would elevate it to a position that belongs only to God. No, the creation of the world must have had as its purpose something that existed before the world was. But God himself is all that existed before the world was. Therefore, the purpose of the world must be found in God.”– J. Gresham Machen, “What is Predestination? Radio Addresses on the Election of God’s People”
#gospel #salvation #reformed #calvinism #jgreshammachen #sovereignity

“I do not mean that when God wills to do something we can always see what the end is. On the contrary, in countless cases, we can only see that it is his will, and that should be enough for us. We are sure that whatever he does is done with a holy purpose. The purpose is often hidden in the mystery of the divine wisdom. For us to refuse to bow to God’s will just because we do not know what his purpose is—that is the very height of irreligion. It is the sin of all sins; it is to pit our ignorance against his infinite wisdom and knowledge; it is rebellion and pride and madness. May God save us all from such a sin as that.” — J. Gresham Machen, “What is Predestination? Radio Addresses on the Election of God’s People”
#gospel #salvation #reformed #calvinism #jgreshammachen #sovereignity