The Dying Pillow: Made Easy for a Death Bed by Robert Hawker

The Dying Pillow: Made Easy for a Death Bed

byRobert Hawker

Kobo ebook | September 7, 2015

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A posthumous work of the late Dr. Hawker, written at the close of his life; a great intrinsic worth of inestimable treasure; for the people of God. In The Dying Pillow is stored a rich vein of Scripture matter, doctrinal and practical—because also there is manifest much, of the sacred anointing of the Holy Ghost in the gift and diffusion of that light, accompanied by that deep insight into Divine Truth, with which this distinguished servant of the Lord was favoured—strikingly evident in the spiritual, judicious, and instructive manner in which he has been enabled, under Divine teaching, to discuss the deeply important subject therein set forth; which is so especially necessary in the present “dark and cloudy day,” when the glory and simplicity of the “Everlasting Gospel” is so greatly obscured; yea, when, in many instances, “the foundations” are attempted to be destroyed.

The LORD JESUS CHRIST declares of the Holy Scriptures "Search the scriptures; for in them ye think ye have eternal life: and they are they which testify of me...come to me, that ye might have life..." John 5:39

Robert Hawker was a faithful minister of the LORD JESUS CHRIST; Charles Spurgeon said: "If I set the unloving to read a chapter in the Bible, they will find no Savior there. But if I ask the gracious Robert Hawker to read that same portion of Scripture, he finds in it the name of Jesus from beginning to end! If I beg one who is simply a critical scholar, to study a Psalm, he sees no Messiah there—but if I set an enthusiastic lover of the Savior to read it, he sees Him, if not in every verse, still, here and there he has glimpses of His Glory!”—1901, Sermon No. 2733

The Dying Pillow - Made Easy for a Death Bed (Annotated)*

* When it appeared to the publisher of this ebook that a word was not commonly used in the modern lexicon [speech] of English, a suitable alternative word or phrase was included in square brackets to assist the readers comprehension [understanding].


At his death in 1827 Hawker had been curate for six years and forty-three years its minister. It is said that the whole town mourned for him.

Title:The Dying Pillow: Made Easy for a Death BedFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:September 7, 2015Publisher:PurposedGraceLanguage:English

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