Subjects

Calvary

Crucifixion of Christ

Capitation

Taxes

Cards

Playing

Casinos

Gambling

Character

Christian

Charges

Government Taxes

Charity

Tithing

Choler

Anger

Christ

Baptism of

Crucifixion of

Diety of

Temptation of

Christian

Blindness

Character

Influence

Life

Name

Sanctification

Separation

Service

Suffering

Christians

Conversions

Impact of Society on

Christs

False

Church

Advertising

Attendance

Gambling

Impact of Society on

Membership

Ordinances

Outreach

Separaton of

Social Mission

Tithing

Cigarettes

Harm of

Cigars

Smoking

Coaxing

Worldly

Cocktails

Alcoholic Drinks

Alcoholic Prohibition

Collectivism

Bolshevistic Theological Influence

Come-Ons

Worldly

Commission

Great

Commitment

Christian

Communion

Ordinance of

Communism

Bolshevistic Theological Influence

Company

Improper Friends

Confessions

Faith

Consecration

Christian

Contemplation

Bible Study

Contributions

Tithing

Conversions

Christian

Crime

Causes of

Cross

Crucifixion of Christ

Crucifixion

Christ's

Current Events

Impact on the Church

Cursing

Profanity

Cussing

Profanity

Introduction


My folks were given this precious box of sermon envelopes, when I was a young lad, by the widow of Rev. Dale Satterthwaite, in hopes that we could use them. This collection has been an invaluable source of information, as well as a challenge, to enter the deeper Christian life.

The truths of these files are not taught in books, nor are they taught to us in Bible schools and seminaries. J.E. Conant was a well-travelled evangelist of the late 1800’s and of the early 1900’s. He spoke to people during and after the wars that have scarred yet made this country. He spoke to people, who had lost a great deal and understood that there is more to life than possessing material things. There was a hunger after righteousness.

The notes in the envelopes were meant to jog the Evangelist’s memory, so at times the wording is very cryptic. These areas have been softened to make them understandable. Some areas were “fleshed out” to provide a sense of the message from vague notes, while others were left in their simple outline form. Where illustrations were found, they have been included in the messages, while others simply have titles of the illustrations that he planned to use.

This work is the result of several years of compiling and editing, but if any readers have knowledge of missing information, it would be greatly appreciated if that would be forwarded to our press. May “he being dead, yet speak….”

Pastor Clinton Macomber
Redding, California, 2007


Titles Legend
booklet icon Booklet, Tract, Pamphlet, or Bulletin       notepad Personal Notes
chart Chart or Table mag icon Magazine, Periodical, or Scholarly Journal
illustration icon Illustration or Short Story pulpit Sermons or Sermon Outlines
news Newspaper or News clipping    

Credits

Judson Eber Conant; compiler and editor, Clinton A. Macomber, The Auction of the Soul (Redding, CA: Pleasant Places Press, 2008) http://preparingforeternity.org/conant/files/intro.php?index=subjects&letter=C&number=


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