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    Here are a few sites with free classic books available.
    You can read most of them online or download them in several different forms to read later.
    It would be a blessing to me if any/everyone would share other sites they like, too, please?


    http://www.ccel.org/read
    http://www.monergism.com/thethreshol...linebooks.html
    http://www.chapellibrary.org/literature/authors/
    http://ntslibrary.com/Christian-PDF-Books.htm
    http://www.eternallifeministries.org/awp_books.htm

    I've been reading a lot of A.W. Pink's works lately. He seems to be able to make things make sense to me.
    (no small feat as Lou can attest to )
    You know not what you do because you know not who He is.
    - Paul Washer
    Satan is the angel of knowledge and he does not waste his time on anything for no reason.
    - Lou Newton

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    This is a great idea. I found a link a few weeks ago with T. Austin Park's writings. I am going to make a thread for that.
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    • #3
      Thanks Jules

      I perused a couple of your links and found some pretty interesting stuff, like John Wesley's notes on the whole Bible. Thanks for linking these classic writings. I'll bet there are some real gems worth digging out.

      Peace,

      Blane

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Blane View Post
        I perused a couple of your links and found some pretty interesting stuff, like John Wesley's notes on the whole Bible. Thanks for linking these classic writings. I'll bet there are some real gems worth digging out.

        Peace,

        Blane

        While perusing the book section of my favorite thrift shop, I came across the first two volume of Matthew Henry's "Commentary on the Holy Bible". Volume one contains his commentaries on Genesis through Ester. Volume two is from Job to Malachi. I went back to that shop over & over praying that volume three - the New Testament commentaries - would show up on the shelf. It never did. :(

        There is something specially wonderful, to me anyway, about old books like these.
        You know not what you do because you know not who He is.
        - Paul Washer
        Satan is the angel of knowledge and he does not waste his time on anything for no reason.
        - Lou Newton

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Jules View Post
          Here are a few sites with free classic books available.
          You can read most of them online or download them in several different forms to read later.
          It would be a blessing to me if any/everyone would share other sites they like, too, please?


          http://www.ccel.org/read
          http://www.monergism.com/thethreshol...linebooks.html
          http://www.chapellibrary.org/literature/authors/
          http://ntslibrary.com/Christian-PDF-Books.htm
          http://www.eternallifeministries.org/awp_books.htm

          I've been reading a lot of A.W. Pink's works lately. He seems to be able to make things make sense to me.
          (no small feat as Lou can attest to )
          Hi Jules,

          If there is no life in a writing, then there is nothing for the living to understand.

          The gospel is good news for the POOR.

          Many preachers preach good news for the rich. Problem with that is it will not get them into heaven.

          I always found you to understand vey easily. You seem to be able to tell death from life. I can not say the same thing for many.

          Thanks for the links. I will look at them.

          Lou

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Jules View Post
            Here are a few sites with free classic books available.
            You can read most of them online or download them in several different forms to read later.
            It would be a blessing to me if any/everyone would share other sites they like, too, please?


            http://www.ccel.org/read
            http://www.monergism.com/thethreshol...linebooks.html
            http://www.chapellibrary.org/literature/authors/
            http://ntslibrary.com/Christian-PDF-Books.htm
            http://www.eternallifeministries.org/awp_books.htm

            I've been reading a lot of A.W. Pink's works lately. He seems to be able to make things make sense to me.
            (no small feat as Lou can attest to )
            WOW, I found "Dark Night of the Soul" on the first link. I looked a very long time to find this book years ago.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Jules View Post
              Here are a few sites with free classic books available.
              You can read most of them online or download them in several different forms to read later.
              It would be a blessing to me if any/everyone would share other sites they like, too, please?


              http://www.ccel.org/read
              http://www.monergism.com/thethreshol...linebooks.html
              http://www.chapellibrary.org/literature/authors/
              http://ntslibrary.com/Christian-PDF-Books.htm
              http://www.eternallifeministries.org/awp_books.htm

              I've been reading a lot of A.W. Pink's works lately. He seems to be able to make things make sense to me.
              (no small feat as Lou can attest to )
              Thanks for the links, I will take a look.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by smokey View Post
                Thanks for the links, I will take a look.
                Hi Smokey,

                Good to hear from you.

                Lou

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