Sermons and Bible Studies: Volume 8
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This eighth volume in the twelve-volume Sermons and Bible Studies contains 17 sermons-Bible studies. Each sermon-Bible study is divided into succinct sub-points for easy reading, study, and delivery. This volume examines “God's Men and Their Message:”

  • Blind Bartimaeus or Salvation Made Simple
  • The Paralytic or Grace Through Faith
  • The Ethiopian Treasurer or Seeking, Sought and Saved
  • Onesimus, Profitless and Profitable
  • Abraham Offers Isaac or Finds Jehovah-Jireh
  • The Pharisee and the Publican a Contrast
  • Faith and Works a Contrast
  • Jehoiachin or Bondage and Deliverance
  • Thomas or the Sin of Unbelief
  • Joash Shooting Arrows or Victory Through Prayer
  • Elisha or the Iron That Swam
  • Paul or the Stormy Sea
  • Paul and the Ministry of Suffering
  • Peter and the Ministry of Suffering
  • Israel or Lest We Forget
  • The Carnal Christian
  • The Sins of Saints

About the Author
Dr. Robert E. Neighbour was born August 10, 1872 in Three Oaks, Michigan and grew up in Dennison, Texas. He was educated at Baylor University and was a classmate of Dr. George W. Truett.

From Baylor, Dr. Neighbour went to serve in Brazil as a missionary, and when he returned to the United States, he was associated with John A. Broadus in evangelistic campaigns for a year.

Neighbour served as the pastor of churches in Dublin, Georgia; Americus, Georgia; Salisbury, North Carolina; Spartanburg, South Carolina; Athens, Georgia; Augusta, Georgia; Macon, Georgia; Elyria, Ohio; and, Vancouver, B.C.

Dr. Neighbour was the author of several books, including: Gems of Gold, The Rider on the White Horse, Pre and Post Millennialism, Books on James, Galatians, Ephesians, Ecclesiastes, Song of Solomon, and numerous booklets on a variety of subjects, such as sanctification, church separation, and prophecy.