David Tryon

But How? (Part 3 of 3)

By David Tryon

Review: 1) YOU, WITH YOUR SINFUL NATURE [flesh], ARE INCAPABLE OF PRODUCING ANY GOOD THING… 2) GOD HAS GIVEN HIS HOLY SPIRIT TO DWELL WITHIN YOU, FOR THE PURPOSE OF WORKING IN YOU BOTH TO WILL AND TO DO ALL THAT HE REQUIRES OF YOU… (Part 3) 3). WHEN CHRIST WAS CRUCIFIED, HE TOOK WITH…

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But How? (Part 2)

By David Tryon

…This brings us to the second great truth of God’s Word which you must lay hold of and act upon, and a glorious truth it is–truly “good news” to a troubled Christian such as you. 2) GOD HAS GIVEN HIS HOLY SPIRIT TO DWELL WITHIN YOU, FOR THE PURPOSE OF WORKING IN YOU BOTH TO…

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But How? (Part 1)

By David Tryon

“To will is present with me; but how to perform that which is good I find not” (Romans 7:18). This is the cry from the heart of many a disappointment, defeated, disheartened, and troubled Christian. The beginning of the Christian pathway was so bright. He [or she] looks back to the time when he received…

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The Vine and the Branches (Part 5)

By David Tryon

Chapter 5 (conclusion) This parable has many more lessons to teach us, but now, as we finish, we can only touch on one more important point: the place of God’s Word and of prayer in this life of “abiding in Christ.” I think that when we see what the Lord Jesus says about it, we’ll…

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The Vine and the Branches Parts 3,4

By David Tryon

 Chapter 3 “I am the vine, you are the branches; he who abides in me, and I in him, bears much fruit…” “Abide in me, and I in you.”[John 15:5,4] We have thought of the tragedy of the fruitless branch, and seen how impossible it is for a branch to produce fruit by any effort of its…

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The Vine and the Branches

By David Tryon

The Vine and the Branches (Part 1) by  David Tryon  There are many Christians, struggling to live the Christian life, who have never discovered where the strength to live that life is to be found. There are many earnest believers, young and old, who are continually being disappointed and cast down because they are finding their…

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But How? (complete)

By David Tryon

“To will is present with me;but how to perform that which is good I find not” (Romans 7:18). This is the cry from the heart of many a disappointment, defeated, disheartened, and troubled Christian. The beginning of the Christian pathway was so bright. He looks back to the time when he received the Lord Jesus…

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