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    Friends,

    I've decided to reorganize the Library and start from scratch!

    This time I will include sub-topics. So far I have a rough draft of what I want the library to look like.

    Let me know what you think, and if you have any suggestions, please let me know...

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    Re: A New Library

    Quote Originally Posted by Darth Gill
    Friends,

    I've decided to reorganize the Library and start from scratch!

    This time I will include sub-topics. So far I have a rough draft of what I want the library to look like.

    Let me know what you think, and if you have any suggestions, please let me know...

    Brandan
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    A room without books is a body without soul.
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    Re: A New Library

    Hi Brandan,

    Looks good - just one suggestion if I may - How about a section containing gospel tracts?

    Also, I am hoping you're not too strict with your pruning. There were quite a few articles I wanted to read but hadn't got round to yet.

    Martin

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    Re: A New Library

    I'm going to try to keep the archive to MOSTLY original works with only the REALLY GOOD SUPERB articles still in the archive remaining...

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    Re: A New Library

    I'm going to have a lot of "short bites" like this one I wrote:

    Who is the determining factor in Salvation?

    "When Jesus therefore had received the vinegar, he said, It is finished: and he bowed his head, and gave up the ghost." - John 19:30

    One of the modern myths of religion is that Christ died for everyone and that all you have to be saved is exercise your “free will”. When these modern religionists are asked why they are saved and others are not, their answer is, “I made a decision, that’s why I’m saved and others are not.” This is a false gospel. Do not believe this lie as it will help bring about your eternal destruction.

    Any religion that has an individual looking inward in any form is legalism and is opposed to the message of the Bible. God’s people look entirely outside of themselves. The truth is men are born sinners and God requires perfect obedience to His Holy Law if anyone is to escape the wrath of God. The good news however is that God has chosen and paid a price for a people. These people in time recognize they cannot do anything to save themselves and look to God for mercy in Christ and depend on Him to charge to their account a perfect Righteousness that makes them acceptable in God’s presence. These people when asked what the difference is between them and the hell bound individual respond, “Christ alone is the difference. He completed my salvation on the cross (John 19:30).”

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    Re: A New Library

    Nice job B....

    It is sometimes good to keep things short like you have with this one.

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