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The following is a chapter excerpt from the book, A Way of Growth by T. Austin-Sparks. The focus of this selection is on the headship of Christ and the church’s submission to it as the way of growth into the fullness of … Continue reading →
The Church Gathering Simply in the Name of Christ and Under His Headship – A Historical Account by C.H. Mackintosh
The Headship of Christ in the gathering of the church is the theme of two of the most popular pages on this blog: 1. the Resource page for the book, Principles for the Gathering of Believers Under the Headship of Jesus … Continue reading →
Today’s entry from “Daily Open Windows“, the daily devotional of T. Austin-Sparks’ writings, is a poignant follow-up to the series just completed, “Traditions, Scripture and the Church“. It was too good not to share! (Note: the title, “Revelation or Religion” … Continue reading →
Romans 15:5; Colossians 2:8. It would be a wonderful thing if in the realm of medicine one remedy could be found whereby every conceivable malady could be most certainly cured. What a tremendous amount of complication and confusion would at … Continue reading →