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Sermon Messages From J.C. Bailey 1.1
Soteriology (Salvation) Church of Christ Biblical Studies Expository Topics Bible Characters Devotional Exegesis Sermon Helps ***
9.x - 10.x
Nice Collection of Sermon Messages and Devotions by J.C. Bailey (deceased). Brother Bailey was a fantastic evangelist who was responsible in part for baptizing over 500,000 souls in the country of India. In addition to that, J.C. Bailey was instrumental in helping establish over 2,000 churches in India. Some will not agree with these messages, but they are scriptural and "thought-provoking."
Here's a list of the Messages included in this file:
What must I do to be saved?
Saved by grace
Saved by many things
Should We Proselyte?
Make your calling and election sure
Pentecost (Acts 2) The Day the Church Began
Is the church important?
I will build My church
The universal priesthood of believers
Were former days better?
Lest we forget
Think on these things
The use of money in the work of the church
Give attention to reading
Restoration: A Treasure in Earthen Vessels
Can we preach to the whole world?
Is This Message for You?
Restoring New Testament Evangelism
Faith is the Answer -- A letter to Indian preachers
To whom was the great commission given?
The good old days
How Then Can a Christian Say: I am Not Supported?
After baptism, what then?
Let us suppose
The church is one
The history of the church
A challenge to the church
The war is on
Is it scriptural to use instrumental music in worship?
The Holy Spirit
The Basic Error of the Protestant Reformation
A Kingdom That Cannot Be Shaken
Not Forsaking Our Own Assembling
Why Not Just Be a Member of the Church?
The Importance of the Written Word
What About Interpretation?
Is My Natural Strength Abated?
"Others have Labored and Ye are Entered into Their Labors"
I sat where they sat
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