Andrew A. Bonar Andrew A. Bonar (1810 - 1892)
Prayer
0h brother, pray; in spite of Satan, pray; spend hours in prayer; rather neglect friends than not pray; rather fast, and lose breakfast, dinner, tea, and supper - and sleep too - than not pray. And we must not talk about prayer, we must pray inright earnest. The Lord is near. He comes softly while the virgins slumber.
 
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The Collected Writings of J.N. Darby - Doctrinal - No 1 - Vol 3 Go back to previous page
Darby, J.N.
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Book Details
Hardcover: 392 pages
Subtitle: N/A
Publisher: H.L. Heijkoop
Category: Doctrine
Edition: Reprint 1971
Publish Date: 1971
ISBN: N/A
Dewey Decimal Classification: N/A
Reference No: D-00100
Synopsis
"J.N. Darby is a very detailed and deep writer of theological themes and was a great force in the early Plymouth Brethren movement. Considered by many to be the "father of dispensationalism," John Nelson Darby's distinctive premillennial teachings and systematized notion of the secret rapture has had a lasting impact on eschatology. Educated at Westminster School and Trinity College, Dublin, Darby first entered his professional life as a lawyer, but found that career to be in conflict with his religious beliefs. Soon after, he was ordained as a deacon, and then a priest. After several years of ministering in the Church of England, Darby joined a multi-denominational group of dissenters and was one of the founding members of the Plymouth Brethren. He would spend the rest of his life traveling extensively and teaching his unique perspective of the Bible, establishing his reputation as a leading interpreter of biblical prophecy. The Collected Writings of John Nelson Darby (47 vols.) brings together John Nelson Darby's massive output of writings: essays, articles, sermons, tracts, translations, and more. Darby's longtime friend and editor, William Kelly, systematically arranged Darby's works into eight distinct categories: Apologetic Writings Doctrinal Writings Ecclesiastical Writings Evangelical Writings Expository Writings Practical Writings Prophetic Writings Miscellaneous Writings ent. Vol. 1 Ecclesiastical 1 Vol. 2 Prophetic 1 Vol. 3 Doctrinal 1 Vol. 4 Ecclesiastical 2 Vol. 5 Prophetic 2 Vol. 6 Apologetic 1 Vol. 7 Doctrinal 2 Vol. 8 Prophetic 3 Vol. 9 Apologetic 2 Vol.10 Doctrinal 3 Vol.11 Prophetic 4 Vol.12 Evangelical 1 Vol.13 Critical 1 Vol.14 Ecclesiastical 3 Vol.15 Doctrinal 4 Vol.16 Practical 1 Vol.17 Practical 2 Vol.18 Doctrinal 5 Vol.19 Expository 1 Vol.20 Ecclesiastical 4 Vol.21 Evangelical 2 Vol.22 Doctrinal 6 Vol.23 Doctrinal 7 Vol.24 Expository 3 Vol.25 Expository 4 Vol.26 Expository 5 Vol.27 Expository 6 Vol.28 Expository 7 Vol.29 Doctrinal 8 Vol.30 Expository 2 Vol.31 Doctrinal 8 Vol.32 Misc. 1 Vol.33 Misc. 2 Vol.34 Misc. 3 Vol.35 Index Hardcover, 35 Volume Set."