Papers by Denis G Clark
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Bible Meditation (75k HTML text)
Introduction to Biblical Meditation, or that reflective study of the Word
of God which changes us to be like Christ.
Freedom from Fear Biblical and
practical remedies for overcoming fear (76k HTML text).
New Birth and Salvation (38k HTML
text) Highlights the difference between being born again, and living a
life of salvation, with the evidences of each.
Prayer and Fasting (37k HTML text)
Introduction to the Principles of Prayer, with and without fasting.
If you ask me... Questions and
answers for the christian life, in a clear, simple conversational style,
intended particularly for young people with questions. Youth leaders will
find this material useful in guiding discussion groups. Covers: repentance,
confession, lukewarm living, temptation, holiness, faith, the cross, the
resurrection, guidance, love, giving, God's promises, & sex. (141k
You were asking More questions
and answers for the christian life, in the same style. Covers: traditions,
the Holy Spirit, worldiness, the unforgiveable sin, hell, predestination,
joy, separation, life's purpose, Sunday observance, evangelistic gimmicks
& christian unity. (139k HTML text)
Denis Clark was a South African Evangelist who
came to Britain in the 1950s, and worked for Youth for Christ before establishing
his own independent evangelistic ministry based in Worthing, Sussex.
He had a reputation for direct Biblical teaching, which was based on his
own Biblical meditation, which, together with an effective life of prayer,
he saw as the key to achieving Christian maturity. His no-nonsense
style particularly appealed to young people for whom he wrote "If you ask
me" and "You were asking". Most of his ministry was oral, rather then written:
this collection includes most of his written output. He founded Intercessors
for Britain, which became a major part of his ministry in his later years.
He died in 1981, but his writings still come across with the same relevant
As with many preachers from a Brethren background, Denis
allegorised narratives from the Old Testament. Whilst this approach can
provide helpfully memorable illustrations and insights, it also risks becoming
specualtive. We therefore remind you that with all Bible teachers, that
the reader/listener is responsible to test everything which is said for
themselves. No Bible teacher should be listened too with an undiscerning
ear. Test everything to see if it is what the Bible which teach clearly,
and also if the proposed interpretation would have made sense to the people
to whom the scriptures were originally written within their original cultural
context. Prayerfully think over what you are told and let the Lord show
what is good and what is better left aside.
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