A sample of correspondence received
Our purpose in publishing a sampling of the correspondence we have received, in the words of Arthur W. Pink:
“…the time has again arrived for us to indicate to our loyal supporters before the Throne of Grace something of the manner and extent to which the Hearer of prayer has been pleased to grant their requests.”
“Our object in compiling this…feature is to evoke praise and thanksgiving on the part of those who are most deeply interested in this work, by quoting excerpts from some of the letters at hand telling of help and blessing received, under God…”
“Our purpose…is to evoke praise unto the Lord, that in this cloudy and dark day He is still ministering to His own, giving seed to the Sower, and then blessing the same unto the eater. We know not why the mighty God should condescend to use one so feeble and unworthy; sufficient for us that He is pleased to do so. Our longing is to be used more widely, in sending ‘portions’ to a large number of Christ’s scattered and hungry sheep. Will you not pray more definitely, dear reader, that this may be so; and that God will graciously fit and furnish the writer.”
Just wanted to let you know we are now into the 11th chapter of your exhaustive commentary entitled Christ in the Book of Isaiah [series of recorded sermons on MP3 and CD]. How thrilling it is to consider these prophecies in light of New Testament revelation and be enabled by the Spirit to see their fulfillment in the Lord Jesus Christ. We thank you for so carefully opening up these scriptures to us, and by “comparing scripture with scripture” (1 Cor. 2:13) giving us the deeper spiritual meaning of the events spoken of by the prophet Isaiah in his inspired writings.
Isaiah’s prophecy affords compelling and incontrovertible evidence of the God-breathed harmony and integrity of the scriptures which we can but wonder at and greatly admire which only the spiritual man can appreciate (1 Cor. 2:12)
Your studied examination of these scriptures is truly a labour of love through which we are greatly blessed.
1 Corinthians 15:58: “Therefore, my beloved brethren, be ye stedfast, unmoveable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, forasmuch as ye know that your labour is not in vain in the Lord.” May God be pleased to add the increase to your faithful ministry.
Thanks for the pamphlet, The Term “Protestant”. It is a most timely read! Praise God we are, as you, by the grace of God, true Christians and biblical Protestants.
The books I am ordering are Satan’s Seat; “Holy War” against South Africa; The Jesuits: the Secret Army of the Papacy; and Jesuit Hollywood…. Please know that I keep your ministry in my prayers. I read your articles on the Reformation and found them both edifying and enjoyable.