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    The Name above Every Name

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    The Name above Every Name In the town of Woolwich some years ago a Christian visited an old man on his death-bed. He was anxious to find out if he was prepared to die. “Where will your soul go after death?” he questioned. “To heaven, I hope,” was the, answer, sadly and doubtfully given. “Whom […]

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    The Mother’s Rock

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    The Mother’s Rock “Deep in a forest of tropical South America, not far from the ruins of an Indian village, Alexander Humboldt was shown a rock outstanding, called ‘The Mother’s Rock.’ “In the days of the Spanish Conquest, the invaders had raided that village and carried away prisoners—among them a young Indian woman who left […]

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    The Miners’ Last Message

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    The Miners’ Last Message Two years ago smoke was seen issuing from the shaft of Hamstead Colliery. Warning was sent swiftly down to the pit. Three or four men, who had just descended, were brought to the surface. They carried the serious report that a fire had broken out and the retreat of twenty-eight comrades […]

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    The Lighthouse and the Lifeboat

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    The Lighthouse and the Lifeboat An Allegory and an Application LIFEBOAT I would rather be a lifeboat than a lighthouse any day. Aye, what stirring scenes I have witnessed in my time—the wind whistling round the lifeboat house, tearing, shrieking, thundering, roaring, shaking the place, as if trying to blow it into the sea. Then […]

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    “The Last Days of St Pierre”

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    “The Last Days of St Pierre” Such was the startling heading of an English newspaper. In it we were told that the inhabitants of the island of Martinique had four days’ indication of the coming disaster, first by dense clouds of smoke and towering flames being emitted from Mount Pele, twelve miles north of the […]

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    The Judge and His Prisoner

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    The Judge and His Prisoner Read Acts 24:24-27 Hundreds of years have rolled by since the scene and the actors, we are about to depict, have passed away into eternity; but the onward march of centuries has not altered the lessons they should teach us; nay rather, my reader, inspiration has permanently recorded them on […]

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    The Journey and Its End

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    The Journey and Its End He was a young man living in a far north of Scotland fishing village. A remarkable work of God broke out in the place a few months ago. Young fishermen especially were reached by the grace of God and converted. But this gracious movement left this young man unmoved and […]

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    The “I Am”

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    The “I Am” Notes of an Address to Young Men on John 8:20-30 My object in reading this scripture in John’s Gospel is to present before you the Lord Jesus Christ as the “I am.” This truth covers the whole of this Gospel, and whatever the subject introduced in it Christ Himself is always the […]

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    The Greatest Sorrow of All

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    The Greatest Sorrow of All Two passengers were inside the station bus—a lady in deep mourning and the writer on his way to preach the gospel in the town to which they both were travelling. The lady was feverishly anxious to end her journey, for she had been telegraphed for her son, a boarder at […]

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    The Great Gospel Verse

    Gospel    A. J. Pollock    English
    The Great Gospel Verse What a verse is John 3:16—the best known gospel verse in the whole Bible. Have you ever been in London? There the river Thames flows, dividing the great city into two parts. On the north them side of the river stands a very remarkable monument. It is called Cleopatra’s Needle, and […]

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