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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
Trying times
How Then Can a Christian Say: I am Not Supported?
After baptism, what then?
Infant baptism?
Love
Hate
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?
Suffering
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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This author was a proponent of baptismal regeneration.  (Baptism necessary for salvation).  See the following link:  http://www.oldpaths..../1903/home.html

And what about Acts 2:38, Galatians 3:26-27, 1 Peter 3:20-21, Mark 16:15-16, Acts 22:16 just to mention a few.  The water doesn't save but a true Christian will not deny that Baptism is a command just like Repentance and Confession.  The scripture tells us that "yet learned He(Jesus) obedience by the things he suffered."  Now it seems from your comments that you might need to learn obedience as well.  You cannot be faithful to God and Christ without it.  Rev 2:10.

BTW, Happy New Year!

You seem to be taking exception to my review which is not intended to be vindictive but informative of the fact that the author believes that baptism is a necessary part of saving faith.  As you well know, this is not a view shared by most of the books posted on this site, which promote salvation by grace through faith in Christ alone, with baptism being an act of obedience for the one who is already saved.  My intention was to let folks know the author takes a stand that is different from most on this site.  I am not in any way saying folks should not be obedient to Christ, nor that they should not be baptized.  I think you well understand that the gospel that is promoted through this book differs somewhat from what the majority of those who would claim to be saved by God's grace alone through faith in the finished work of Christ.  I am not seeking debate, or controversy, but only that folks understand content.  If I have incorrectly evaluated this book, please let us know.  John 3:16, Acts 16:31, Ephesians 2:8.  Respectfully, Squirt.



You seem to be taking exception to my review which is not intended to be vindictive but informative of the fact that the author believes that baptism is a necessary part of saving faith.  As you well know, this is not a view shared by most of the books posted on this site, which promote salvation by grace through faith in Christ alone, with baptism being an act of obedience for the one who is already saved.  My intention was to let folks know the author takes a stand that is different from most on this site.  I am not in any way saying folks should not be obedient to Christ, nor that they should not be baptized.  I think you well understand that the gospel that is promoted through this book differs somewhat from what the majority of those who would claim to be saved by God's grace alone through faith in the finished work of Christ.  I am not seeking debate, or controversy, but only that folks understand content.  If I have incorrectly evaluated this book, please let us know.  John 3:16, Acts 16:31, Ephesians 2:8.  Respectfully, Squirt.

 

Squirt,

I think if you are going to bring up these kinds of contrversial issues and etc, it would be better served to discuss this on a more appropriate format, i.e., the Theology Discussion Message Board or in your own Blog page rather than here.

 

Blessings,

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Hi.  This is the review section of the site where one reviews materials that are posted.  I repeat my review that the author is a proponent of baptismal regeneration.  I have not yet heard anyone disagree with that.  I will also repeat my last post.  I am not seeking debate, or controversy, but only that folks understand content.  If I have incorrectly evaluated this book, please let us know.  (End of my review.) 

 

Any other comments were respectfully made in reply to non-review comments made by bjohns.  I sincerely apologize if anyone has taken exception to my review.  But reviews speak about content.  

Regards, Squirt

Thank you squirt for the information,I just took it as it was meant.

Considering the error that is within I dont think i will be downloading the book.

 

I find the attitude of some Believers here rather strange.


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