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Studies in Philippians

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With today’s entry into the Jimmie Beller Memorial eLibrary, we have reached the conclusion of the R.C. Bell series, “Studies in the Scriptures.”  Just go on over to the eLibrary and download his volumes on Romans, Ephesians, and Galatians under the “Commentaries/Bible Studies” section if you missed them.

Today’s addition to the library is “Studies in Philippians,” a series of twelve “essays” on this inspired letter from Paul to the Christians in Philippi.  At the end of each essay is a series of questions for discussion, making this a good tool to use in Bible classes or personal study.

To read this online, or to save it for future enjoyment, simply click the link below!

Studies in Philippians (R.C. Bell)

-Bradley S. Cobb

Studies in Galatians

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Continuing our month-long anniversary celebration of the Jimmie Beller Memorial eLibrary, we give you yet another FREE book to enjoy and learn from!

R.C. Bell wrote four books in his “Studies in the Scriptures” series.  We gave you Romans last week, Ephesians yesterday, and today we give you his work on Galatians! (come back tomorrow to get the fourth book).  This entire collection is available as one volume in print from Amazon.com, if you want it in a more permanent format.

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This book contains twenty “essays” on the book of Galatians, complete with discussion questions at the end of each one, making it useful for a Bible class setting, or for personal study.

To download this fully-reformatted and corrected book, just click the link below!

Studies in Galatians (R.C. Bell)

-Bradley S. Cobb

Studies in Ephesians

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As we promised last week, We are now giving you — FREE of charge — another volume in R.C. Bell’s “Studies in the Scriptures” series.

Today’s addition to the Jimmie Beller Memorial eLibrary is “Studies in Ephesians,” which was originally published by Firm Foundation nearly 60 years ago.  This book contains twenty “essays” on the book of Ephesians, designed to be used in a Bible class setting or for personal study.

For those who would like R.C. Bell’s complete “Studies in the Scriptures” series in one convenient volume, it is available in print from Cobb Publishing at Amazon.com.

Also included in this volume is the autobiography of R.C. Bell, which, if you are a long-time reader of The Cobb Six, you may have seen here.

We hope you enjoy and are edified by this completely reformatted book!  To read online, or to download for future use, simply click the link below!

Studies in Ephesians (R.C. Bell)

-Bradley S. Cobb

The New Birth, or How and When is One Born Again?

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Perry Cotham was a great gospel preacher who passed away back in 2013.  He wrote several tracts during his lifetime, and this is one of his best.  He wrote clearly, biblically, and convincingly.

Today’s addition to the Jimmie Beller Memorial eLibrary is called “The New Birth, or How and When is One Born Again?”  It is a discussion of the most important question for any and every person on earth: “What must I do to be saved?”

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Chapters

  1. The New Birth
    1. The Man Nicodemus
    2. The Kingdom of God
    3. Born of Water and the Spirit
    4. A New Life Begins
  2. The Voice of Scholars
  3. Parallel Scriptures
    1. Statements of Jesus Regarding Entrance into the Kingdom
    2. The New Birth Explained by the Great Commission
    3. Comparison of the Language of Jesus and Paul Regarding Entrance into the Kingdom
  4. The New Birth Demonstrated
    1. The Three Thousand on Pentecost
    2. The Samaritans
    3. The Eunuch
    4. Saul of Tarsus
    5. Conclusion
  5. General summary and Conclusion

To read this completely reformatted and corrected work, just click the link below.  You’ll be benefited by it!

The New Birth (Perry Cotham)

-Bradley S. Cobb

Studies in Romans

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We continue our month-long anniversary celebration for the Jimmie Beller Memorial eLibrary, giving you a new FREE eBook almost every day of the week.  And today is no exception!

Originally published in 1947 by Firm Foundation, today’s addition to the library is a great resource for those who want to know more about the book of Romans.

R.C. Bell’s book, Studies in Romans, is divided into 52 lessons, with questions at the end of each lesson.  It was designed to be used in Bible classes, and gives a full year of structured study in this wonderful epistle of Paul.

We formatted this book several years ago, but have caught a few typos since then.  If you happen to find some more that we missed, please let us know, and we’ll upload a corrected version.

Studies in Romans is available in print as part of the complete “Studies in the Scriptures” book by R.C. Bell.  If you’re interested in this 405-page paperback book covering Romans, Galatians, Ephesians, and Philippians, it is available on Amazon.com.  Or, if you’re good with the digital editions, just download today’s offering, and wait for the other three which will be posted next week. (should I have said SPOILER ALERT?)

To read this book online, or download it for later enjoyment, just click the link below:

Bell, RC – Studies in Romans

-Bradley S. Cobb

Is Baptism Necessary?

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Another day, another FREE, completely reformatted and corrected eBook!

Today’s entry into the Jimmie Beller Memorial eLibrary is a 23-page tract by someone who calls himself “Aquila.”  This was originally published in the late 1800s or early 1900s, but is still very relevant today.

Contents

  1. Is Baptism Necessary?
  2. Peter Agrees with Ananias
  3. By Authority of Jesus
  4. Paul’s Comparison
  5. Peter’s Comparison
  6. The Tabernacle
  7. The Twelve Re-Baptized
  8. A Heart-To-Heart Talk

We invite you to read this short work, or download it for later perusal by simply clicking the link below:

Is Baptism Necessary? (Aquilla)

-Bradley S. Cobb

Tracts on Conversion

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Today’s addition to the Jimmie Beller Memorial eLibrary is a small booklet comprised of four tracts on the topic of conversion.  Like yesterday’s entry into the eLibrary, this one was also written by John Anderson.  But there was no date on this one.  We can only guess that it was put our sometime in the 1940’s or 50’s.

Contents

  1. The Best Life Here and Hereafter
  2. The Demands of the Gospel in Conversion
  3. To Anxious Enquirers: What Must We Do?
  4. The Kingdom of Heaven

To download this book for later use, or to read it online today, just click the link below!!!!

Tracts on Conversion (John Anderson)

-Bradley S. Cobb

Baptism: The Purposes it Fulfills and Changes it Effects

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As we continue our anniversary celebration (The Jimmie Beller Memorial eLibrary is one year old this month!), we are proud to announce yet another addition to the FREE eBooks available exclusively from our website.

Today’s new offering was originally published in 1949 as a tract.  It is called “Baptism: The Purposes it Fulfills and Changes it Effects” and was written by John Anderson, a preacher in Australia.

We think you will find it interesting, as he approaches the topic of baptism in a slightly different way than you usually hear in sermons.

As always, we’ve reformatted and corrected this book so that you can enjoy it on your digital devices.  Just click the link below to add it to your collection!

Baptism: The Purposes it Fulfills and Changes it Effects (John Anderson)

-Bradley S. Cobb

The Work of the Holy Spirit – A Sermon

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One of the most hotly-debated topics in so-called “Christendom” is the work of the Holy Spirit.  It’s been that way for well over a hundred years, as today’s entry in the Jimmie Beller Memorial eLibrary shows.

Today’s addition to the eLibrary is a sermon delivered by James Anderson, with the title “The Work of the Holy Spirit.”  It was first published back in 1896 as a tract, and it still has value today.

Contents

  1. Life Comes from Life
  2. How the Spirit Operates
  3. The Indwelling of the Holy Spirit
  4. Things We Do Not Believe
  5. Only One Way Out of Confusion
  6. An Earnest Appeal

This short work has been reformatted, and any errors that we caught were corrected so that you can have the best possible copy of this work available!

To download it, or save for later reading, just click the link below!

Work of the Holy Spirit (James Anderson)

-Bradley S. Cobb

God and Me

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As promised, we are continuing to add more books to the Jimmie Beller Memorial eLibrary!

Today’s addition is called “God and Me: Being a Brief Manual of the Principles that Make for a Closer Relationship of the Believer with God,” written by Peter Ainslie back in 1908.  It is a devotional book, encouraging the readers to think of God and walk with Him in every facet of life.

Contents

  1. FOREWORD.
  2. A MORNING PRAYER.
  3. BELIEF.
  4. REPENTANCE.
  5. OBEDIENCE.
  6. FRUIT-BEARING.
  7. BIBLE STUDY.
  8. PRAYER.
  9. THOUGHTS.
  10. TALKING.
  11. TEMPTATION.
  12. AMUSEMENTS.
  13. COMPANIONS.
  14. BOOKS.
  15. DAILY ROUNDS.
  16. FINANCES.
  17. TELLING THE STORY.
  18. MISSIONS.
  19. SORROW.
  20. ANOTHER.
  21. FORGIVENESS.
  22. DEATH.
  23. HEAVEN.
  24. AN EVENING PRAYER.

To read this book online, or to download it for further perusal, just click the link below!  And in case you were wondering, yes, we’ve done our part to try fix all the typos we could find and completely reformat it to make it a more pleasant reading experience for you.

God and Me (Peter Ainslie)

-Bradley S. Cobb