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Glory Honor and Immortality Eternal Life

Glory Honor and Immortality Eternal Life by George Hawtin. This morning, January 14, 1986, for family devotion my wife and I read the gracious word of God spoken through His faith-ful servant Hosea. Gomer, the wife of Hosea, had borne a son to him and, at the time when the son was to receive a name, “then God said, Call his name Lo-Ammi; (a word which means not My people); for ye are not My people, and I will not...

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Treasures of Truth Volumes 1-32

Treasures of Truth Volumes 1-32: Download the free 32 Treasures of Truth volumes by George R Hawtin. Among the small group of stout hearted men who stand out as modern day leaders in the theology concerning the Kingdom of God, few were more astute and scholarly than George R. Hawtin. Widely acknowledged as a “father of the latter rain movement,” along with his brothers Ernest and Phillip, George Hawtin was a popular teacher and expositor, traveling and teaching Bible Truth...

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The Holy Spirit

The Holy Spirit by George Hawtin. Many years ago during a long season of prayer I was brought into deep meditation concerning the Holy Spirit. As I waited before the Lord, my mind was flooded in quick succession with a whole series of themes concerning that blessed divine person whom our Lord Jesus called the Holy Spirit. As heading after heading and theme after theme swept into my mind, I wrote them down lest they should be forgotten, and, when at...

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Two Realms

Think on These Things by George Hawtin. Man is a triune being – spirit, soul and body. The spirit is the realm of God consciousness, the soul is the realm of self-consciousness, and the body is the realm of sense conscious-ness. Man in his fallen state speaks of himself as body, soul, and spirit, but God always refers to him as spirit, soul and body. The reason for this reversal of terms becomes evident when we understand that man looks only...

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Fragments That Remain

Fragments That Remain by George Hawtin. “Of the writing of books there is no end,” the wise man said, and the apostle John concluded his gospel with the words, “I suppose, if all the books were written that should be written, even the world itself could not contain the books that should be written.” There never does seem to be any end to the subjects upon which one should write, for the need of the hour pre-sents them continually to mind....

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Think on These Things

Think on These Things by George Hawtin. “Of the writing of books there is no end,” the wise man said, and the apostle John concluded his gospel with the words, “I suppose, if all the books were written that should be written, even the world itself could not contain the books that should be written.” There never does seem to be any end to the subjects upon which one should write, for the need of the hour pre-sents them continually to...

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Truth to Open the Understanding

Truth to Open the Understanding by George Hawtin. The Seven Spirts of Sonship “My beloved spake, and said unto me, Rise up, my love, my fair one, and come away. For, lo, the winter is past, the rain is over and gone; the flowers appear on the earth; the time of the singing of birds is come, and the voice of the turtle is heard in our land; the fig tree putteth forth her green figs, and the vines with the...

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Pearls of Great Price

Pearls of Great Price by George Hawtin. The subjects about, which one could write are almost as numerous as the stars of the heavens. They are numberless because the thoughts of God are numberless. They are inex-haustible because the Lord Himself is inexhaustible. But faith must come from what is heard, and what is heard must come from the lips of Christ. Fathomless wealth lies in the wisdom and knowledge of God. His judgments are inscrutable, His methods hidden in...

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Mystery Babylon

Mystery Babylon by George Hawtin. There are many mysteries spoken of in the word of God. They are called mysteries because no other word would adequately describe them. We read of the mystery of godliness, the mystery of iniquity, the mystery of the translation of the saints in Christ, the mystery of the kingdom, and many others. Again we read of “Mystery, Babylon the Great, Mother of harlots and abominations of the earth.” It has always been a trait of...

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Seven Baskets Full

Seven Baskets Full by George Hawtin. The seven chapters of this book are not intended to com-plement each other in the development of one theme. Each chapter has its own theme and we hope it will present the reader with much food for thought and meditation. Thus the title, Seven Baskets Full, is borrowed from the miracle of the loaves and fishes as recorded in Matt. 15:37. It is of great importance that the multitude be fed, but the throng...