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The Word of Forgiveness — “Then said Jesus, Father, forgive them; for they know not what they do” Luke 23:34 2. The Word of Salvation — “And he said unto Jesus, Lord, remember me when thou comest into thy kingdom. And Jesus said unto him, Verily I say unto thee, Today shalt thou be with me in paradise” Luke 23:42,3. The Word of Affection — “Now there stood by the cross of ...more
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Published October 18th 2010 by Pink Pub. (first published November 30th 1918)
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I breathed a sigh of satisfaction when I finished the last sentence of this book. Pink is eloquent and powerful, even decades after his death.

In no overstatement, this book is truly great.

Pink mentions that it was the goal of ancient Greeks to say much in little: "to give a sea of matter in a drop of language." Nearly all of these 139 pages gave oceans of matter.

The Book is divided into seven chapters (based on each of Christ's final words on the cross) with seven points under each. Pink adds hi
Sheri Ingersoll
In the month of August, I completed a short (137 page) work of Arthur W. Pink entitled, "The Seven Sayings of the Saviour on the Cross". Obsessive/Compulsive that I am, Pink is probably my favorite author as he writes in impeccable outline form, point by point, and I appreciate the orderliness of his writing. Beyond that, though, he has deep insight into the Word, and I have gleaned much from him. I appreciate that he writes with Scripture interpreting Itself. The fact that he had an experience, ...more
Rob Petersen
This is the classic Evangelical offering on the seven sayings of the Cross. Erwin Lutzer's Cries from the Cross is largely based upon it, and it continues to be the standard by which other books on the subject are measured.
David Freeman
Excellent, Excellent, Excellent

This was a very thorough and moving study on the seven saying of Jesus Christ the Lord. This author appeals both to believers and unbelievers.
Charles Jr.
This book truly helps you to see a portrait of how powerful the crucifixion of Jesus really is. Sometimes in this walk of faith we can become laxed, but the sayings of Christ shows His passion for the people and His dedication to His Fathers will. This is must have on you bookshelf
Eric Wright
A small book full of gems that I've used again and again through the years when it comes to preparing a Good Friday sermon. In Pakistan, the Church routinely has a Good Friday service that lasts at least three hours with meditations on the seven sayings of Christ on the cross.
Powerful book! I loved reading this book, especially during the time of Lent.
Amazing insights into the Cross of Christ. Awe-inspiring...
was a good read and offered some new thoughts.
Seth Alcorn
fantastic as most of pink' s writings.
Josh Shelton
Good harmonization
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also publishes under the name A.W. Pink

Arthur Walkington Pink was born in Nottingham, England on April 1, 1886 and became a Christian in his early 20's. Though born to Christian parents, prior to conversion he migrated into a Theosophical society (an occult gnostic group popular in England during that time), and quickly rose in prominence within their ranks. His conversion came from his father's p
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“The demands of justice must be met; the requirements of God’s holiness must be satisfied; the awful debt we incurred must be paid. And on the Cross this was done; done by none less than the Son of God; done perfectly; done once for all. “It is finished.” 1 likes
“Before any sinner can be saved he must come to the place of realized weakness. This is what the conversion of the dying thief shows us. What could he do? He could not walk in the paths of righteousness for there was a nail through either foot. He could not perform any good works for there was a nail through either hand. He could not turn over a new leaf and live a better life for he was dying. And, my reader, those hands of yours which are so ready for self-righteous acting, and those feet of yours which are so swift to run in the way of legal obedience, must be nailed to the Cross. The sinner has to be cut off from his own workings and be made willing to be saved by Christ. A realization of your sinful condition, of your lost condition, of your helpless condition, is nothing more or less than old-fashioned conviction of sin, and this is the sole prerequisite for coming to Christ for salvation, for Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners.” 1 likes
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