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Scripture New Testament Whole Bible Old Testament Church of Christ

Author:
S.H. Hall

e-Sword Version:
9.x - 10.x

Scripture Studies Volumes One and Two
Contains 50 Lessons in these two Volumes!
Suitable for Bible Drills for Young and Old alike.
Good for use as Prayer-Meeting Topics and for
use in Adult Sunday School Classes and can
be used as Sermon Outlines for Preaching purposes.
These two volumes originally printed by The Gospel
Advocate in Nashville, TN.  Volume 1 ©1921 and
Volume 2 ©1932.

Volume One Contains the following Lessons...
1. The Importance of Studying The Bible
2. How We Got Our Bible
3. The Miracle of The Ages or Jehovah's Greatest Wonder
4. How to Study The Bible
5. The Beginning
6. The Church—What Is It?
7. The Church—The Importance of Being Members of It
8. The Church—How To Become Members of It
9. What Man Must Do to Become Such As Should Be Saved (Pt 1)
10. What Man Must Do to Become Such As Should Be Saved (Pt 2)
11. What Man Must Do to Become Such As Should Be Saved (Pt 3)
12. What Man Must Do to Become Such As Should Be Saved (Pt 4)
13. A One-Hundred-Per-Cent Conversion
14. The Human Heart, or Heart-felt Religion.
15. Abrahamic Faith—What Is It, and How May We Know We Have It?
16. Jehovah's Demonstration
17. The Alien and Prayer
18. A Reason for Our Hope
19. The One New Man
20. The Witness of The Spirits
21. Seekers Who Always Find
22. "By Every Word That Proceedeth Out of the Mouth of God"
23. How to Establish Churches of Christ Here and There
24. God's Power To Save
25. Can We See The Bible Alike? If So, Why Are We So Sadly Divided?
26. Non-conversion Or Why You Are Not Saved

Volume Two Contains the following Lessons...
1 Regular and Utility Scriptures
2 Miracles of Jehovah and Miracles of Satan
3 Jehovah's Faithfulness in His Promises to Abraham and David
4 Helping God Find His Man
5 Freedom from All Condemnation
6 Walking on the Water
7 Walking With God
8 Foot Washing or The Spirit That Must Govern in the Church Of Christ
9 The First Look at the Model Church
10 The Second Look at the Model Church
11 The Money Question: the Tests of Faith and Love
12 The Sabbath or the Lord's Day—Which?
13 Meditations on the Kingdom
14 The Most Needed Thing in the Church
15 How Faith Grows Exceedingly
16 Can the Lord Depend on You?
17 Our Lord and His Eternal
18 "Thy Heart is Not Right"
19 Romans Chapter Fourteen
20 The Most Destructive Famine that Ever Has Been
21 Something Supremely Important
22 God's Image Restored
23 More About Our Father's Image
24 Revealed Sense, Common Sense, Versus Nonsense-

Samuel Henry Hall was born in Smyrna, Tennessee, December 23, 1877. He was baptized by F. W. Smith in August, 1892. On August 28, 1898, he married Miss Jennie Styles. He began preaching at McMinnville, Tennessee, in 1896. He attended the Nashville Bible School, and later took correspondence courses in memory work and public speaking.

His first full time work as a minister was in Atlanta, Georgia. He spoke frequently of "my 14 years work in Atlanta." There he blazed the trail, in "The Gate City of the South" for others to follow. During his 14 years work in Atlanta, he preached under tents, in school houses, and in private homes. One of the most successful meetings was conducted in East Point, Georgia, a suburb of Atlanta, where there were 165 additions, which resulted in the establishment of the East Point Church of Christ. During those pioneer days, Hall walked to many of his appointments as well as to make visits and calls. Some of the Christians living there now will remember how he would have his Bible under arm, with charts on his shoulders, wearing out shoe leather instead of automobile tires.

His labors extended all the way to California, back to Nashville, Tennessee, and again to California. He started the Central Church of Christ in Los Angeles, and the large and prosperous congregation in Madison, Tennessee. He also established congregations among the Japanese in Los Angeles and many ***** congregations in the deep South. He was directly responsible for establishing more than 100 congregations. Even after he was past 72 years of age, he began a five year ministry with the church in Arcadia, California.

Perhaps one of his most successful labors was at the Russell Street Church of Christ in Nashville, Tennessee, where he preached for 28 years.

Hall kept continually busy in working for, and with, our orphan homes, the Christian colleges, and encouraging young men to preach. For a score of years, he was on the Board of Directors of David Lipscomb College in Nashville, Tennessee. He helped the Nashville Christian Institute and was greatly interested in the labors of Marshall Keeble. During his last days in California, he took an abiding interest in George Pepperdine College. He engaged in a number of debates. Some of the outstanding were the Hall-Pendleton Debate in the Christian Church, 1910; the Hall-Walker Debate on instrumental music, and the Hall-Robertson Debate on the Sabbath question.

For more than 50 years, he wrote for the Gospel Advocate. While he lived in Atlanta, he had a department in the Gospel Advocate entitled, "Georgia and the Far Southern Field." He wrote a number of books.

For more than 60 years, he was blessed with a loving and devoted companion. Sister Hall was an ideal preacher's wife. She read and corrected all his letters and articles. During his last illness, she gave herself, unreservedly, to his every need. She and Sam Thomas stood by him until the end.

A brave soldier for more than 65 years has been called home. On the morning of July 18, 1961, at 7:30 in a hospital in Los Angeles, California, the spirit of Samuel Henry Hall left a tired and worn out body to be with the Lord. Funeral service was conducted on July 21, in Los Angeles, by J. P. Sanders and E. V. Pullias. Burial was in Inglewood Park Cemetery. Hall was in his 84th year. A memorial service was also conducted at the Russell Street church building in Nashville, Tennessee, on Sunday afternoon, by J. E. Acuff, Thomas J. Waggoner, and H. Clyde Hale. The elders of the Russell Street church, where Hall had served as minister for 28 years, were in charge of the memorial service. Survivors included his wife, Jennie Styles Hall, a grandson, Sam Thomas Hall, a great granddaughter, a daughter-in-law, Mary Sowell Hall, and one brother, Tom Hall.



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