1. THE CENTRALITY OF THE CROSS
2. THE CHANGED CENTRE THROUGH THE CROSS
3. THE CHANGED OUTLOOK THROUGH THE CROSS
4. THE PATHWAY OF THE CROSS
5. THE LIFE-SIDE OF THE CROSS
6. THE CROSS AND LIFE IN THE SPIRIT
7. THE CROSS AND POWER FOR SERVICE .
8. THE CROSS AND THE TONGUE
9. THE CROSS AND REVIVAL
10. THE CROSS AS A PROCLAMATION
Note: All quotations from St. Paul's Epistles are taken from Conybeare and Howson's Epistles of St. Paul.
Notes of Addresses on the Finished Work of Christ at Calvary; incorporating "The Logos of the Cross".
"The Greek word used by Paul in I Corinthians 1: 18, is Logos . . ." [not] 'preaching' but "the subject-matter of preaching; with the very essence of that which was to be preached; with that 'Lagos' of the Cross which constituted its rationale, its Divine reason, a reason which ... he declares to be 'the wisdom of God' . . .
"This 'Logos of the Cross' is conceived by Paul to be the key which unlocks the riddle of the universe, solves all mysteries, and reconciles all things. Henry C. Mabie
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