Voices From the
Church of Philadelphia
Contents of the 1847 Lectures
"All Things for Good to Those that Love God -
No. 1" ---New Window
I. Show what the passage means.
II. Illustrate the manner in which this is accomplished.
III. Notice some particulars as illustrations of this truth.
IV. Show how we know this truth, as the text affirms that we do.
"All Events Ruinous to the Sinner - No. 2" ---New Window
I. To show that this is and must be a universal truth.
II. To point out some particulars that will illustrate it.
III. To show that we really know this to be true, even as we know its opposite to
be true of the people of God.
"Heart Condemnation, A Proof that God Also Condemns
- No. 1" ---New Window
I. To avoid mistakes, show what is not implied in our heart's condemning us;
II. What is implied in our heart's condemning us;
III. Show what is not implied in the last clause of the text; "God is greater
than our hearts and knoweth all things."
IV. What is implied in this language.
"An Approving Heart, Confidence in Prayer -
No. 2" ---New Window
I. Show that if our heart does not condemn us, we have and cannot but have confidence
toward God that He accepts us;
II. That if we have confidence that our heart does not condemn us, we shall also
have confidence that God will grant us what we ask;
III. Show why this is so, and why we know it to be so.
"Conditions of Prevailing Prayer - No. 1" ---New
Text.--Matt. 7:7, 8:
"Ask, and it shall be given you."
Text.--James 4:3: "Ye
ask and receive not, because ye ask amiss, to consume it upon your lusts."
These passages are chosen as the foundation of several discourses
which I design to preach on the condition of prevailing prayer.
"Conditions of Prevailing Prayer - No. 2" ---New
Continued from Lecture V
"Conditions of Prevailing Prayer - No. 3" ---New
Continued from Lectures V and VI
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