Provisions for Brethren to Dwell together in Unity, and, Priestly Failure and Priestly Privilege
Provisions for Brethren to Dwell Together in Unity is taken from Psalm 133. If Christians had followed the practical admonitions of this Psalm as detailed by Larry Stassel, there would be far more God-honoring harmony in the Christian community.
Larry Stassel grew up in rural northern Wisconsin. He and his wife live in central Pennsylvania. Devoting much of his life to worldwide mission services, Larry travels to mission fields to encourage the workers and also visits assemblies in North America.
In Priestly Failure and Priestly Privilege Samuel Ridout, a well-respected early 20th century writer, begins not with the failure of the people to maintain unity, but with the failure of the priesthood to maintain His order. The results were most sad.
Samuel Ridout was born in Maryland in 1855. He served among the assemblies for over forty years. He followed FW Grant in the Editorship of Help and Food, and was associated with him in the work of the Numerical Bible. He wrote many books, articles and Bible class lessons. He went to be with the Lord in 1930.
|Author||Ridout, S., Stassel, L. A.|
|Number of Pages||88|
|Subject||Commentaries (Old Testament), Ecclesiastical|