SAVING FAITH 3 PACK
Studies on Saving Faith, Arthur Pink
Far too much of the church in our day is marked by cheap grace, or easy-believism. The message given too often is, "Come to Jesus, you don’t have to change a thing." But our Lord did not say that salvation was an easy thing; rather, He said that it was an impossible thing, as far as men are concerned (Matthew 19:26).
Arthur Pink saw the danger of this kind of teaching, and wrote against it in his magazine "Studies in the Scriptures" from 1931-1933. These articles were published in book form, and are presented here. As the author wrote: "At no point does Satan use his cunning and power more tenaciously, and more successfully, than in getting people to believe that they have a saving faith when they have not."
Distinguishing Traits of Christian Character, Gardiner Spring
There are certain marks that only a true believer in Jesus Christ possesses, and there are marks that do not prove a man to be in Christ at all. Yet all of these signs are religious in nature. In this important work, first published in 1813, the author shows which signs distinguish a true Christian and which do not. These include both internal and external marks.
Jonathan Edwards’s classic work The Religious Affections was the inspiration for this book. Gardiner Spring’s work is a solid introduction to the kind of self-examination through which we must all put ourselves.
Saving Faith, John Colquhoun
Scripture says that there are two kinds of faith, saving and non-saving. So how can a person know if he has the faith that saves? This is what the great Scottish preacher John Colquhoun addresses in this scarce title that has been out of print since 1824.
Colquhoun is the author of "A Treatise on the Law and the Gospel," "Spiritual Comfort," and "Sermons on Important Doctrines." He is one of the finest of all Scottish Presbyterian preachers. His works are highly regarded by all who love the doctrines of grace.