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"Take care that you keep your hearts with all diligence, and that your hearts keep pace with your intellectual improvement. If you do not make a self-application of the truth as fast as you learn it, if you do not obey it, it will ultimately blind instead of enlighten you. You must live up to your convictions, or the study of theology will greatly and fatally harden you. Therefore be careful that you grieve not, resist not, quench not the Holy Spirit. Study on your knees. Go to God with every position that is established, and pray him to write the truth in your heart; and rest not till it be adopted by you as your own, as a truth to influence you, to have dominion over you; and as these truths are developed in your intellect one after the other, and established, let it be settled that in the midst of them, and in conformity with them, you are to live and move and have your being.
"If you do this the study of theology will make you a mellow, anointed, devoted, useful man of God; if you do it not, you will become hardened and reprobate. And of all the reprobate minds in existence, they seem to be the most hardened who have studied theology and gone through the course of theology without receiving the truth into their hearts. Every truth that lodges in the head and does not take possession of the heart, is to the student "the savor of death unto death." As you value your own souls, therefore, as you value your influence, as you value the cause of God, let it be settled that with much prayer and the utmost honesty and effort you will make every truth of theology your own, not only in the sense of mastering it with your intellect, but of embracing and obeying it in your heart." CHARLES FINNEY.
CHARLES G. FINNEY'S ENTIRE WORKS. (Second President of Oberlin C.)
WORKS OF AND ABOUT FINNEY:
SKELETONS OF A COURSE OF THEOLOGICAL LECTURES. Finney's first Lectures On Theology. 1857 Ed. LECTURES ON SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY. 1000 page unabridged final London Ed. LECTURES ON SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY. Abridged and edited 1851 edition by Fairchild in 1878. LECTURES ON THEOLOGY AND PSYCHOLOGY. Unpublished Introductory Theology Lectures from the 1860's and 1870's. LECTURES ON PASTORAL THEOLOGY. Unpublished lectures from the 1860's and 1870's. LECTURES ON REVIVALS OF RELIGION. ON REVIVALS OF RELIGION. Series of outlined Lectures delivered to senior ministerial students, 1874. THE CHARACTER, CLAIMS AND PRACTICAL WORKINGS OF FREEMASONRY . 1869.
Lists of Sermons:
379 COMPLETE SERMONS IN SCRIPTURAL ORDER (These are almost all the sermons ever published by Finney. This is not just a list of them, but all of them on this CD.)
The Spirit Not Striving Always | The Spirit Not Striving Always | The Spirit Ceasing To Strive | The Foundation, Conditions and Relations of Faith | God Under Obligation To Do Right | How Churches can help Ministers | True Saints | Legal Religion | Revelation Of God's Glory | God Manifesting Himself to Moses | Reproof A Christian Duty | The Lord's People His Portion | The True Service of God | Ability And Inability | Graduation Address | False Professors | On Tenderness Of Heart | Hindrances to Revivals | Wherefore Do The Wicked Live | False Comforts for Sinners | On Becoming Acquainted With God | The Sinner's Excuses Answered | The Excuses of Sinners Condemn God | Excuses Condemn God | God's Anger Against The Wicked | Purity Of Heart And Life | Design or Intention Constitutes Character | The Sin of Fretfulness | Del...Continua