Broken Bread from an Evangelist's Wallet
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Broken Bread from an Evangelist's Wallet

By Thomas Champness
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  • Broken Bread, by Thomas Champness
  • BROKEN BREAD from an EVANGELIST’S WALLET.
    • PREFACE.
    • I.  SPIRITUAL FARMING.—No. 1. DRAINING.
    • II.  LITTLE MOSES. SERVE THE CHILDREN FIRST.
    • III.  SPIRITUAL FARMING.—No. 2. PLOUGHING.
    • IV.  A SHORT HOME MISSION SERMON.
      • “LIVE IT.”
    • “LIVE IT.”
    • V.  THE BATTLE OF THE BEANFIELD. 2 Samuel, xxiii, 11, 12.
      • WAITING AND READY.
    • WAITING AND READY.
    • VI.  “HIS CHAINS FELL OFF.” Acts xii. 7.
      • ISAIAH I.
    • ISAIAH I.
    • VII.  LEAPING AND PRAISING. Acts iii, 8.
    • VIII.  “THE LORD HATH NEED OF HIM.” Mark xi, 3.
      • IN THE WILDERNESS SHALL WATERS BREAK OUT.
    • IN THE WILDERNESS SHALL WATERS BREAK OUT.
    • IX.  TWELVE BASKETS FULL OF FRAGMENTS GATHERED FROM THE MIRACLE OF CHRIST FEEDING THE MULTITUDE.
      • WAIT HERE FOR THIRD-CLASS.
    • WAIT HERE FOR THIRD-CLASS.
    • X.  SPIRITUAL FARMING.—No. 3. CULTIVATION.
    • XI.  SPIRITUAL FARMING—No. 4. SOWING.
    • XII.  “AND WE WILL—”
      • “AS LONG AS HE LIVETH HE SHALL BE LENT TO THE LORD.”
    • “AS LONG AS HE LIVETH HE SHALL BE LENT TO THE LORD.”
    • XIII.  “IT IS THE KING’S CHAPEL.” Amos vii. 13.
    • XIV.  “ENCOURAGE HIM!” Deut. i. 38.
    • XV.  “WE HAVE NO MIGHT.” 2 Chron. xx. 12.
    • XVI.  “BE PERFECT.” 2 Cor. xiii. 11.
    • XVII.  “MAKE THIS VALLEY FULL OF DITCHES.” 2 Kings, iii., 16.
      • A WORD TO PARENTS.
    • A WORD TO PARENTS.
    • XVIII.  “THERE IS A SOUND OF ABUNDANCE OF RAIN.” 1 Kings, xix. 41.
    • XIX.  A CLEAN TONGUE.
      • A WORD TO FATHERS.
    • A WORD TO FATHERS.
    • XX.  THE RED LAMP.
    • XXI.  A SERMON ON THE BOAT RACE.
      • I.—WE MUST KEEP THE BODY UNDER.
      • II.—WE MUST SECURE A GOOD START.
      • III.—WE MUST BE WELL STEERED.
      • IV.—NEVER CEASE STRIVING TILL YOU HAVE WON.
    • I.—WE MUST KEEP THE BODY UNDER.
    • II.—WE MUST SECURE A GOOD START.
    • III.—WE MUST BE WELL STEERED.
    • IV.—NEVER CEASE STRIVING TILL YOU HAVE WON.
    • XXII.  GOOD-FRIDAY.
    • XXIII.  PETER THE PREACHER.
    • XXIV.  “WHEN SOLOMON WAS OLD.”
    • XXV.  ABRAHAM AND ISAAC. Genesis xxii.
      • 1.—“After these things.”
      • 2.—“Isaac, whom thou lovest.”
      • 3.  “Rose up early.”
      • 5.—Abide ye here with the Ass.”
      • 6, 7, 8, 9.—“The Knife,” “The Fire,” “The Wood.”
      • 10.—“Took the knife to slay his son.”
      • 11 and 12.—“Lay not thine hand on the lad.”
      • 13.—“A ram caught in a thicket.”
      • 14.—“Call the name of that place,
      • 15–18.—“Obeyed.”
      • I.—God’s friendship does not exclude trial.
      • II.—Great joys contain great sorrows.
      • III.—In great extremities look for great deliverances.
      • IV.—Great trials will yield sweet memories.
    • 1.—“After these things.”
    • 2.—“Isaac, whom thou lovest.”
    • 3.  “Rose up early.”
    • 5.—Abide ye here with the Ass.”
    • 6, 7, 8, 9.—“The Knife,” “The Fire,” “The Wood.”
    • 10.—“Took the knife to slay his son.”
    • 11 and 12.—“Lay not thine hand on the lad.”
    • 13.—“A ram caught in a thicket.”
    • 14.—“Call the name of that place,
    • 15–18.—“Obeyed.”
    • I.—God’s friendship does not exclude trial.
    • II.—Great joys contain great sorrows.
    • III.—In great extremities look for great deliverances.
    • IV.—Great trials will yield sweet memories.
    • XXVI.  OIL FOR LAMPS. Matthew xxv. 1-13.
      • I.—A Light is better than a Lamp.
      • II.—We may as well be without oil as not have enough to endure to the end.
      • III.—The gates or the palace may be shut while we are calling on the oil seller.
      • IV.—That which lets the five wise in to the palace, keeps out the five foolish.
    • I.—A Light is better than a Lamp.
    • II.—We may as well be without oil as not have enough to endure to the end.
    • III.—The gates or the palace may be shut while we are calling on the oil seller.
    • IV.—That which lets the five wise in to the palace, keeps out the five foolish.
    • XXVII.  “CAST A STONE AT HER!” John viii. 7.
    • XXVIII.  “OFFER IT NOW UNTO THY GOVERNOR.” Malachi i. 8.
    • XXIX.  “WHAT MEAN THESE STONES?” Josh. iv. 21.
    • XXX.  “HE THAT SLEEPETH IN HARVEST IS A SON THAT CAUSETH SHAME.” Proverbs x. 5.
    • XXXI.  “THE AXE IS LAID TO THE ROOT.”
    • XXXII.  JESUS AT THE WELL. A WORD TO PREACHERS.
      • I.—Never be daunted by a small congregation.
      • II.—Interest your Audience.
      • III.—Make your hearers conscious of the supernatural.
      • IV.—Set your converts to work.
    • I.—Never be daunted by a small congregation.
    • II.—Interest your Audience.
    • III.—Make your hearers conscious of the supernatural.
    • IV.—Set your converts to work.
    • XXXIII.  ANSWERED PRAYER.
      • PREACH REPENTANCE.
    • PREACH REPENTANCE.
    • XXXIV.  HOW DAVID PREVAILED.
      • BURNING THE BOOKS AT EPHESUS.
    • BURNING THE BOOKS AT EPHESUS.
    • XXXV.  THE WAY TO PREACH TO THOSE WHO SLEEP IN SIN.
      • OLD FASHIONED DOCTRINE. Jeremiah, viii. 21 to ix. 16.
        • I.—He who is loyal to God is the truest patriot.—ch. viii., v. 21, ch. ix., v. 10.
        • II.—Idolatry is the mother of all other sins.
        • III.—If God acts consistently, He must punish sin.—ch. ix., v. 9, 10, 15, 16.
      • I.—He who is loyal to God is the truest patriot.—ch. viii., v. 21, ch. ix., v. 10.
      • II.—Idolatry is the mother of all other sins.
      • III.—If God acts consistently, He must punish sin.—ch. ix., v. 9, 10, 15, 16.
    • OLD FASHIONED DOCTRINE. Jeremiah, viii. 21 to ix. 16.
      • I.—He who is loyal to God is the truest patriot.—ch. viii., v. 21, ch. ix., v. 10.
      • II.—Idolatry is the mother of all other sins.
      • III.—If God acts consistently, He must punish sin.—ch. ix., v. 9, 10, 15, 16.
    • I.—He who is loyal to God is the truest patriot.—ch. viii., v. 21, ch. ix., v. 10.
    • II.—Idolatry is the mother of all other sins.
    • III.—If God acts consistently, He must punish sin.—ch. ix., v. 9, 10, 15, 16.
    • XXXVI.  SELFISHNESS AND PRAYER. A CONTRAST.
    • XXXVII.  “THE WIDOW WOMAN WAS THERE.” I Kings xvii. 10.
      • “IT IS THE BLOOD THAT SAVES.” Exodus xii.
    • “IT IS THE BLOOD THAT SAVES.” Exodus xii.
    • XXXVIII.  “DO MEN GATHER GRAPES OF THORNS?”
    • XXXIX.  NO BALLOT-BOX.
    • XL.  “WHAT CHRISTIANS MAY LEARN FROM POLITICIANS.”
      • DON’T FLATTER THE DEVIL! Acts, xvii.
    • DON’T FLATTER THE DEVIL! Acts, xvii.
    • XLI.  A SERMON ON A TEXT NOT FOUND IN THE BIBLE.
      • (I.)—IF THIS STATEMENT BE TRUE, THE PUBLIC-HOUSE SHOULD BE AVOIDED.
      • (II.)—IF THIS STATEMENT BE TRUE, ALL PATRIOTS SHOULD OPPOSE THE PUBLIC-HOUSE.
      • (III.)—IF THIS STATEMENT BE TRUE, WE MUST CLOSE THE PUBLIC-HOUSES.
      • XLII.  GOOD-WILL TO MEN.
      • “A FELLOW-FEELING MAKES US WONDROUS KIND.” A word to the Aged who are able to help others.
    • (I.)—IF THIS STATEMENT BE TRUE, THE PUBLIC-HOUSE SHOULD BE AVOIDED.
    • (II.)—IF THIS STATEMENT BE TRUE, ALL PATRIOTS SHOULD OPPOSE THE PUBLIC-HOUSE.
    • (III.)—IF THIS STATEMENT BE TRUE, WE MUST CLOSE THE PUBLIC-HOUSES.
    • XLII.  GOOD-WILL TO MEN.
    • “A FELLOW-FEELING MAKES US WONDROUS KIND.” A word to the Aged who are able to help others.
    • XLIII.  OPPORTUNITY: BEING THOUGHTS FOR THE NEW YEAR. ON NEW YEAR’S EVE.
      • PRAYER A VITAL NEED.
    • PRAYER A VITAL NEED.
    • XLIV.  THE BRITISH BAYONET.
      • A TEACHER OF SIN.
    • A TEACHER OF SIN.
    • XLV.  A SERVICE IN THE OLDEN TIME. Nehemiah viii.
      • I.—The Congregation.
      • II.—The Behaviour of the Hearers.
      • III.—The Preachers.
      • IV.—The Effects of the Service.
    • I.—The Congregation.
    • II.—The Behaviour of the Hearers.
    • III.—The Preachers.
    • IV.—The Effects of the Service.
    • XLVI.  KEEP THE FIRE BURNING WHILE THE FROST LASTS!
    • XLVII.  THE SOWER.
    • XLVIII.  EIGHT EASTER LESSONS LEARNED AT EMMAUS. Luke xxiv. 13-35.
      • I.—When friends speak of good things, Jesus draws near.
      • II.—Unbelief manufactures sorrow for the godly.
      • III.—Never expect infidels to be converted while saints are sceptical.
      • IV.—Suffering was the duty of Christ, as the servant of God.
      • V.—The Old Testament was Jesus Christ’s Bible.
      • VI.—Hospitality is a remunerative virtue.
      • VII.—Apostates lose the best news.
      • VIII.—Testifying to grace received brings fresh supplies.
    • I.—When friends speak of good things, Jesus draws near.
    • II.—Unbelief manufactures sorrow for the godly.
    • III.—Never expect infidels to be converted while saints are sceptical.
    • IV.—Suffering was the duty of Christ, as the servant of God.
    • V.—The Old Testament was Jesus Christ’s Bible.
    • VI.—Hospitality is a remunerative virtue.
    • VII.—Apostates lose the best news.
    • VIII.—Testifying to grace received brings fresh supplies.
    • XLIX.  WORK FOR BOYS. 1 Samuel iii.I.—There is work in God’s house for Boys to do.
    • II.—Boys’ bedrooms are open to God.
    • III.—God does not wait for you to grow up before He calls.
    • IV.—Boys should answer the first call.
    • V.—Boys may be taken into God’s confidence.
    • VI.—Boys who do God’s will shall have men do their’s.
    • L.  THE BROKEN OAR.
    • LI.  “WHY COULD NOT WE CAST HIM OUT?”
    • LII.  MANNA. Exodus xvi. 4.
      • I.—Manna like salvation, because undeserved.
      • II.—Manna like salvation, because it saved the people from perishing.
      • III.—Manna like salvation, because it was plenteous.
      • IV.—Manna like salvation, because it had to be gathered.
      • V.—Manna like salvation, because fresh every day.
      • VI.—Manna like salvation, best gathered early.
    • I.—Manna like salvation, because undeserved.
    • II.—Manna like salvation, because it saved the people from perishing.
    • III.—Manna like salvation, because it was plenteous.
    • IV.—Manna like salvation, because it had to be gathered.
    • V.—Manna like salvation, because fresh every day.
    • VI.—Manna like salvation, best gathered early.
    • LIII.  SMITTEN OF GOD.
    • LIV.  THE FAN. Matthew iii. 12.
    • LV.  “THE KING KISSED BARZILLAI.” 2 Sam. xix. 39.
    • LVI.  “THEN THE FIRE OF THE LORD FELL.” 1 Kings xviii. 38.
    • LVII.  A PICTURE OF CONVERSION. 2 Kings ii. 19-22.
    • LVIII.  THE FIRST LIE.
    • LIX.  WHAT WAS LEARNED IN GOD’S HOUSE. Isaiah vi.
    • LX.  PAUL AT SEA. Acts xxvii. 22-25.
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