None But Christ (Wall)

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The Apostle Paul has been referred to as “the know-nothing apostle,” based on his statement that he determined to know nothing except Christ and Him crucified (1 Corinthians 2:2). The doctrine expounded in this precious book is ‘Everyone Ought to Study and Learn to Know Jesus Christ.’ The author, in 33 chapters, shows why we must know Christ, how we come to know Christ, the signs of those who know Christ, and exhorts ministers of the gospel to preach Christ.

 

Table of Contents: 

1. The Opening of the Words of the Text and the Doctrine Gathered and Explained 

Doctrine: Everyone Ought to Study and Lear to Know Jesus Christ

2. Study to Know Christ in His Incarnation

3. A Brief View of the Sufferings of Christ Before He Suffered on the Cross

4. The Sufferings of Christ At and Upon the Cross

5. We Must Study to Know Christ in His Satisfaction

6. We Must Study to Know Christ with Application

7. We Must Study to Know Christ With an Affectionate Knowledge

8. We Must Study to Know Christ with a Virtual and Operative Knowledge

9. The Knowledge of Jesus Christ and Him Crucified Is the Sweetest and Most Excellent Knowledge

10. The Knowledge of Christ and Him Crucified Is the Most Profitable Knowledge 

11. The Knowledge of Jesus Christ and Him Crucified Is the Most Comfortable Knowledge

12. A Reproof to Those Who Know Nothing of Jesus Christ

13. A Reproof to Those Who Study to Know All Things Else Save Jesus Christ and Him Crucified

14. A Reproof to Those Who Study to Know Christ Only by Speculation

15. A Reproof to Those Who Do Not Know Christ Affectionately or Practically

16. How Thankful and Contented Those Ought to Be Who Know Jesus Christ and Him Crucified Savingly

17. An Exhortation to All to Study the Knowledge of Christ Savingly

18. An Exhortation to Examine and Try Ourselves Whether We Know Christ Savingly

19. More Arguments to Excite Us to Examine Ourselves Whether We Know Christ Savingly 

20. Signs of the Saving Knowledge of Christ

21. The Sixth Sign of the Saving Knowledge of Christ, Namely Love

22. The Seventh Sign of the Saving Knowledge of Christ, Namely the Spirit of Prayer

23. The Eighth, Ninth, and Tenth Signs of the Saving Knowledge of Christ

24. The Eleventh Sign of the Saving Knowledge of Christ Is the Witness of the Spirit

25. A Brief Examination of Some Doubts and Reservations Whereby a Poor Believer Questions Whether Christ is His or Not

26. The Seventh Doubt Proceeding from Strong Lusts Still remaining and Relapses Into Old Sins

27. More Doubts of a Weak Believer That Make Him Question Whether He Has His Part in Christ Cleared and Answered   

28. Other Doubts of a Weak Believer Answered

29. More Doubts of Weak Believers Answered

30. An Exhortation to the Ministers of the Gospel Especially to Preach Jesus Christ to the People

31. An Exhortation to the Ministers of the Gospel to Preach Christ in Such a Manner as the People May Best Come to the Saving Knowledge of Christ

32. Eight Other Means How to Preach Christ So As Ministers May Win Souls to Jesus Christ

33. An Exhortation to Thankfulness for Christ Revealed in the Gospel 

 

Endorsement

“Don Kistler seems to have a special gift for rediscovering long-forgotten Puritan works that are perfectly suited to our times. This is a compelling exhortation to give Christ His rightful place at the center of our thoughts and our words. It’s a truly edifying – and deeply convicting – word of admonition. Christians today, seeking to honor Christ while trying to keep up with the pace of twenty-first-century life, surely need this message even more than our Puritan ancestors did.” – John MacArthur