The Good Shepherd and His Ransomed Flock by Robert Cleaver Chapman

The Good Shepherd and His Ransomed Flock

byRobert Cleaver Chapman

Kobo ebook | September 21, 2015

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This is a great Bible study that looks at Christ from several angles. In addition, it contains brief notes about the author. 

The Table of Contents are as follows:

In Loving Memory of Robert C. Chapman
Brief Memorials of Robert C. Chapman
Brief Notes of Bible Readings
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1. The Good Shepherd and His Sheep
2. Our Great High Priest
3. Faith and Unbelief
4. The Unchangeable Priesthood of Christ
5. Conscience: Its Use and Abuse
6. Tried in the Fire
7. Christ in the Psalms
8. Confession of Sin
9. The Friendship of Christ
10. Heavenly Integrity
11. Present Answers to Prayer
12. Gethsemane and Calvary
13. Christ: The Perfect Servant.
14. The World's Philosophy and the Word of Christ
15. Family Life


About the author:

Robert Cleaver Chapman (1803-1902), was a pastor, teacher and evangelist. Though born in Denmark, he is best known for his ministry in Barnstaple, England.

He was not as prolific author as some, but what he wrote was largely impactful. He worked closely with George Müller, Charles Spurgeon, and John Darby. Though he and Darby had a disagreement over the denomination, Darby told his supporters to "leave that man alone; We talk of the heavenlies, but Robert Chapman lives in them.”

Of Chapman, Spurgeon said the he was “the saintliest man I ever knew.”

Title:The Good Shepherd and His Ransomed FlockFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:September 21, 2015Publisher:Jawbone DigitalLanguage:English

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