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Five Marks of a False Prophet CD
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Five Marks of a False Prophet CD by Evangelist Rolfe Barnard. One of the best sermons ever preached by Rolfe Barnard (1904-1969). Barnard understood the difference between true and false conversion and in this sermon exposes the false methods of evangelism so widely used today. He clearly shows how to recognize the false prophets of our time, who may seem to be very fine men, but preach a false gospel. Who knows? The pastor of your church may be one of them. Inspiring and badly needed by the church today. In memory of Ruth Nichols.

Judas Iscariot: Traitor
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Judas Iscariot: Traitor by William C. Nichols. To many Judas Iscariot is a man of mystery. Modern theologians have elevated him to a place next to Christ in heaven. Since the mid 19th century many have proclaimed him a revolutionary patriot. The Puritans called him a covetous wretch and a traitor. In this new work, William C. Nichols examines Judas in myth and legend, and Judas in his roles as apostle, covetous hypocrite, traitor, son of perdition, false penitent, and suicide. He also looks at the unregenerate heart and the sovereignty of God in the life of the most infamous man in history. There are many lessons that can be learned from a study of Judas Iscariot which can help us today. There have always been multitudes in the churches that are very much like Judas and will share his fate in eternity. The chapters in the book are Judas in Myth and Legend, Judas the Apostle, The Unregenerate Heart, Judas the Covetous Hypocrite, Judas the Traitor, Judas the Son of Perdition, Judas and Sovereignty, The Repentance of Judas Iscariot, The Suicide of Judas Iscariot, and Learning from the Life and Death of Judas Iscariot. Paperback. 150 pages.
The Broad Way & The Narrow Way
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The Broad Way and The Narrow Way by Arthur W. Pink. Jesus Christ’s description of the broad way and the narrow way has for centuries sparked controversy regarding how few will actually be saved. Arthur Pink's examination of Matthew 7:13-27 exposefs the errors of modern false teachers and of the modern false gospel itself. Pink examines the broad and the narrow way, false prophets, wise and foolish builders, and the reality that what is being preached today in most churches is a false gospel which will end in eternity in hell for those who trust in it. Pink says: "Certain it is, my reader, that any preacher who rejects Gods Law, who denies repentance to be a condition of salvation, who assures the giddy and godless that they are loved by God, who declares that saving faith is nothing more than an act of the will which every person has the power to perform, is a false prophet, and should be shunned as a deadly plague." Chapters include The Way of Salvation, Narrow Is the Way Which Leadeth unto Life, False Prophets: Deniers of the Necessity of Holiness, False Prophets: So-Called “Evangelical Ministers”, True and False Prophets Contrasted, The Causes of Self-Deceit, The Wonderful Works of the Workers of Iniquity, Digging Deep, Another Gospel, and more. 155 pages. Paperback.
The Existence and Attributes of Satan
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The Existence and Attributes of Satan by Thaddeus McRae is a book which focuses on the origin, character, attributes, powers, and actions of the great enemy of God. Satan has deluded millions through the lust of the world, the lusts of the flesh, and the pride of life and he continues his destructive actions today through the false gospel being preached by most churches. This book exposes the enemy of the souls of men. This is a unique book which is about Satan, not Satanism. McRae tells us: There is a personal devil. He is known by several names: ‘The god of this world,’ 2 Corinthians 4:4; ‘Beelzebub the chief of the devils,’ Luke 11:15; ‘the devil and his angels,’ Matt. 25:41; ‘the dragon,’ Rev. 12:7; ‘the angel of the bottomless pit,’ Rev. 9:11; Rev. 12:9; and ‘the accuser of the brethren,’ Rev. 12:10. ‘the great dragon, that old serpent the devil, and Satan the deceiver’...He is likewise represented as possessing character. He is described as a deceiver, Rev. 12:9; as a murderer, John 8:44; the wicked one, 1 John 3:12; liar, John 8:44; and the tempter, Matthew 4:3.” Some of the chapters include: The Existence of Satan, The Origin of Satan, The Nature and Character of Satan, The Physical Power of Satan, The Miraculous Power of Satan, Demoniacs, The Moral Power of Satan, and The Doom of Satan. 168 pages. Paperback.

The Almost Christian Discovered
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The Almost Christian Discovered by Matthew Mead is a classic work written in 1661. The primary doctrine which Mead considers is this: “There are very many in the world that are almost, and yet but almost Christians; many that are near heaven, and yet are never the nearer; many that are within a little of salvation, and yet shall never enjoy the least salvation; they are within sight of heaven, and yet shall never have a sight of God.” Mead looks at twenty signs which most would clearly say were true of Christians and then shows plainly, using biblical examples, how each one of them may be equally true of non-Christians. Some of those signs are: A man may have much knowledge; he may know much of God, and yet be but almost a Christian; A man may go far in opposing his sin, and yet be but almost a Christian; A man may hate sin, and be but almost a Christian; A man may have great hopes of heaven, and yet be but almost a Christian; A man may be under great and visible changes, and yet be but almost a Christian; A man may be much in prayer, and yet be but almost a Christian; A man may have faith, and yet be but almost a Christian; A man may have a love to the people of God, and yet be but almost a Christian; A man may obey the commands of God, and yet be but almost a Christian.” John MacArthur has written ofThe Almost Christian Discovered: “This volume offers a much needed antidote to the shallowness and flipancy that characterizes today’s Christianity. It contrasts sharply with the modern tendency to embrace as a brother or sister in the faith everyone who names the name of Christ. It sounds an alarm that few today would dare even whisper. In fact, The Almost Christian Discovered provides sobering proof of how far the contemporary church had slipped from the moorings of her heritage.” Newly typeset with archaic spellings changed. Hardbound. 134 pages.
Mideast Beast
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Mideast Beast by Joel Richardson. Mideast Beast presents a compelling Biblical argument that the Antichrist will be a Muslim, whose empire will arise out of the Middle East. Whereas most students of the Bible have long held that some form of humanism or universalist religion would catapult the Antichrist to world power, Mideast Beast: The Scriptural Case for an Islamic Antichrist systematically proves from that the long awaited system of the Antichrist is even now before us and knocking at our door. Through a highly scholarly, theologically grounded analysis of passages in the books of Daniel, Ezekiel, Revelation, and the prophets, Richardson thoroughly corrects the objections of critics, establishing beyond a doubt, the Biblical case for an Islamic Antichrist. Occasionally International Outreach offers books for sale that we do not publish, which we believe to be important works. This is the case with this book. Hardback. 265 pages.

A Plaine and Faithful Exposition of the Tenne Commandements
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A Plaine and Faithful Exposition of the Tenne Commandements by John Dod was one of the best selling books of the early 1600s. This edition of Dod's work is a facsimile reproduction of the 1617 edition printed by the Mayflower Pilgrim, Elder William Brewster, in Leyden, Holland. In this nearly 300 page work, Dod systematically examines the meaning of each one of the ten commandments in detail, drawing applications sure to bring conviction of sin to even the most godly person. As the Apostle Paul said, "I knew not sin, but by the Law." (Romans 7:7, Geneva BIble). Dod was one of the most respected of the early English Puritans. It was John Dod and Thomas Hooker between them who brought the famously melancholic Joan Drake of Esher out of her spiritual distress before her death in 1625, as recorded in A Firebrand Taken Out of the Fire. This is not a modernized edition, but appears exactly as printed in 1617. Contains introductory material on The Pilgrim Press and a brief biography of John Dod. 308 pages. Paperback.
The Soul's Implantation
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The Soul’s Implantation by Thomas Hooker. Thomas Hooker had an amazing God-given understanding of how the Holy Spirit works in conviction of sin, humbling the sinner, and breaking him of his pride in the conversion process that few before or since have possessed. To Hooker conversion was a process, wrought by Almighty God over a period of time, not something accomplished in a moment by the sinner repeating the words of a prayer. Conversion today in most churches is as easy as 1-2-3. Questions such as: “Do you admit you are a sinner? Do you believe that Jesus died for your sins? Would you like to accept Jesus as your personal Savior?” are ludicrous nonsense when compared to the Bible and Puritan theology. That a person can “be a Christian on his way to heaven” who does not follow Jesus Christ in obedience is a perversion of the gospel message. Thomas Hooker in all his works shows clearly that a man must be broken and humbled for his sins before he can saved. In The Soul’s Implantation, Hooker tells us that it is not enough for a man to be sorry for his sins: “As it is with vessels that are old and bruised, a little washing and mending will not serve the turn, but they must be all taken in pieces, and made up new: so we are all vessels of wrath by nature, and a little patching will not serve the turn. It is not enough for a man to say he is sorry for his sins, but his heart must be thoroughly humbled and broken, then he is fit to be made a vessel of grace here, and of glory hereafter.” There are four separate treatises in The Soul’s Implantation: 1. The Broken Heart, on Isaiah 57:15; 2. The Preparation of the Heart, on Luke 1:17; 3. The Soul’s Engrafting into Christ, on Malachi 3:1; and 4. Spiritual Love and Joy, on Galatians 5:22. Hardback. 206 pages.

Judas Iscariot: Traitor HB
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Judas Iscariot: Traitor by William C. Nichols. To many Judas Iscariot is a man of mystery. Modern theologians have elevated him to a place next to Christ in heaven. Since the mid 19th century many have proclaimed him a revolutionary patriot. The Puritans called him a covetous wretch and a traitor. In this new work, William C. Nichols examines Judas in myth and legend, and Judas in his roles as apostle, covetous hypocrite, traitor, son of perdition, false penitent, and suicide. He also looks at the unregenerate heart and the sovereignty of God in the life of the most infamous man in history. There are many lessons that can be learned from a study of Judas Iscariot which can help us today. There have always been multitudes in the churches that are very much like Judas and will share his fate in eternity. The chapters in the book are Judas in Myth and Legend, Judas the Apostle, The Unregenerate Heart, Judas the Covetous Hypocrite, Judas the Traitor, Judas the Son of Perdition, Judas and Sovereignty, The Repentance of Judas Iscariot, The Suicide of Judas Iscariot, and Learning from the Life and Death of Judas Iscariot. Hardback. 150 pages.

Instructions to the Afflicted
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Instructions to the Afflicted by Nathanael Emmons. Who among us has not experienced bereavement, suffering, affliction, or distress? None who have lived very long in this world can claim to be exempt. How many will never experience the death of a loved one and the pain which comes with it? Although many live in the world as if they shall never die, how many will ultimately cheat the shrouded figure of death? Will you? The sermons in this book are unlike anything you will hear from the pulpit today, regardless of the circumstances. They deal with all aspects of affliction and suffering; but unlike the presumptions of men, they begin with a sovereign God who determines all things; therefore, there is a reasonableness to them founded upon the word of God.
This book contains 38 sermons on bereavement, affliction, and suffering. Some of the sermons are: Death Without Order, Burdens Cast Upon God, Benefit of Afflictions, Divine Providence Incomprehensible, Every One Disposed to Think His Afflictions Peculiarly Severe, Death in Early Life, Expectation of Long Life Unwise, A Warning to Youth, The Troubles of Life Divinely Appointed, and many others. Paperback. 432 pages.