We are sorry for not getting more posted this week. We will be making up for that next week, where each daily post from Tuesday through Friday will (Lord willing) contain multiple additions to the Jimmie Beller eLibrary to finish celebrating the one-year anniversary.
We spent the early part of this week at the hospital with one of the families from the congregation here in McLoud. Kitty Patterson, a wonderful friend and sister in Christ, was hospitalized last week, and the doctors discovered a 4-inch cancer that ended up getting into her stomach, intestines, and colon. They gave her no chance of surviving the surgery, but through the prayers of her Christian family, she came through it with flying colors. She will be hospitalized for close to another week, and then will have to be in a rehab center for several weeks while she recovers.
I know you’ll understand when I say that being there for her and her family was tops on our priority list, and getting new posts done fell by the wayside until today.
And now, on to our new addition to the Jimmie Beller Memorial eLibrary.
What we are giving you today is a series of lessons, given by some very prominent preachers of the last century. It is the 1957 David Lipscomb College Bible Lectures (Part 1). I don’t know if a part 2 was ever published, but if it was, I don’t have a copy of it. 🙂
If you’d like to know what is contained in this eBook, you have two choices: download it and read it, or just look below.
- The Hope Of The World (John H. Banister)
- The Place Of The Bible At Lipscomb (Batsell Barrett Baxter)
- The Pattern For Personal Development (E. G. Couch, Jr.)
- Facing Denominational Trends (Carroll B. Ellis)
- The Scriptures—Our Pattern (Reuel Lemmons)
- The Pattern—The Bible (Jim Bill Mcinteer)
- Christ, Our Pattern In Teaching Our Young (Wyatt Sawyer)
- The Pattern In Sound Doctrine (Rex A. Turner)
- Lessons From The Past (Howard A. White)
- Where There Is No Pattern (Athens Clay Pullias)
- Principles Of New Testament Congregational Cooperation (Cecil N. Wright)
- Facts That Support Our Faith (Joe E. Sanders)
- Christ-Centered Living (Ernest O. Stewart, Jr.)
- The Objectives Of Lipscomb (Athens Clay Pullias)
To read this fully-reformatted eBook, or to save it for later perusal, just click the link below:
-Bradley S. Cobb