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  • Paperback: 144 pages
  • Publisher: Baker Books; New Pbk. Ed edition (1 Nov 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0801065739
  • ISBN-13: 978-0801065736
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 0.8 x 21.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,070,504 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Dr. Arthur W. Pink (18861952) served as a pastor for churches in Colorado, California, Kentucky, and South Carolina. His ministry brought him throughout the United States, Australia, and Great Britain.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Daniel J. Doherty on 8 Jun 2011
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I've read several books on the same subject, but Pink's insight presents the reader with no choice but to view Jesus' time on the cross in a new light. As an example, his observation of the slow, methodical change of the thief hanging next to Jesus with his ultimate conversion is something to think about for years to come.
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The the believer in the Lord Jesus Christ cannot be anything other than find it profitable to read this book.

Here A W Pink tells of those sayings which the Lord Jesus Christ spoke of as He suffered and died on the Cross for the sins of His people.

A book which will thrill as the author expounds what the Lord of glory said as He suffered and died for lost men and women.

Highly recommended
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This is an excellent book. I read it and then started at the beginning again. It is rich with lovely thoughts to give matter for meditation on the Lord Jesus.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
Aspects never thought of... 15 April 2006
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Pink, master of the Old Testament and lover of the NT, takes each of the 7 sayings and explores seven aspects of each of the sayings. Wonderfully enlightening as he always is with his timeless commentaries. Use this as a devotional leading up to Resurrection Sunday...you will experience the Cross in ways you never imagined. All of Pink's works and thoughts are Scriptually based.
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A.W. Pink - Incredible Depth of Understanding 19 Jun 2008
By David A. Porter - Published on Amazon.com
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The hinge point of creation is presented to us in Christ's death and resurrection. I must confess that I knew that..but I didn't really understand all it's implications.

A.W. Pink has a remarkable ability to bring forth truth and understanding that lies incredibly rich in the understanding of the seven sayings of Jesus on the Cross.

If you would like to understand the lessons from Christ on the cross then you must read and understand this text.

I am nearly done with this book and I must confess that Pink has done an incredible job in pointing us to Christ.

Buy this book!
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The Seven Sayings of the Saviour on the Cross. 26 Aug 2007
By William Clem - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a must read for any student of the Bible. Pastor Pink's insights into Jesus on the cross are unique and fully referenced to the rest of the Bible. I couldn't put the book down. It was very readable and unlike many of his works, short and compact.
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A refreshing meditation on the nuances of the Cross. 6 Nov 2008
By William Petruzzo - Published on Amazon.com
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Arthur W. Pink's The Seven Sayings of the Saviour on the Cross is more than a long title. It's also a detailed and challenging look at the last things Jesus said. The dying savior expended precious breath on the cross and we ought to listen carefully to what he says there.

Pink uses one chapter, and a total of 139 pages, for each of the seven things Jesus said while dying: the word of Forgiveness (Luke 23:34), the word of Salvation (Luke 23:42-43), the word of Affection (John 19:25-27), the word of Anguish (Matthew 27:46), the word of Suffering (John 19:28), the word of Victory (John 19:30) and the word of Contentment (Luke 23:46). Each of the seven chapters is then broken down into seven profound insights (some more than others) on what Jesus said, why he said it, and the far reaching implications for us who hear it.

Pink is a classic writer. No where near as classic as some of our Puritan friends. He lived from the late 1800's all the way through to the the 1950's. But a classic writer none the less. Seven Sayings is among the easiest Christian books I've read. The words roll off the page into your mind and there's no confusion about what he's saying. However, unlike most modern Christian literature, this is worth reading. He doesn't stay away from theologically important ideas and he never lets Jesus' words just stay information bouncing around in our heads. He always tries to help guide these things down into our hearts and lives. He's not always successful, but there's much to be said for trying.

Pink adhered to a pretty rigid structure in this book. Seven chapters. Seven sub-sections, per chapter. Unfortunately, it seems that because of that there were points made that perhaps aren't especially relevant. Although an irrelevant point can still be deeply impacting. However, in terms of his immediate goal, it may have been better to leave them out for the sake of staying on topic.

Aside from that one very minor complaint, Seven Sayings was an excellent read. A great companion for meditating on the Work of Christ and its impact on our lives. I recommend anyone and everyone read it.
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A True Classic 24 Jun 2008
By Tim Challies - Published on Amazon.com
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Christians have a deep and abiding fascination with the cross. Though 2000 years have passed since Christ hung on that cross, Christians continue to grapple with its deepest meanings and continue to seek to apply its lessons to their lives. Of the countless thousands of books written on the subject, A.W. Pink's The Seven Sayings of the Saviour on the Cross stands as one of the few true classics.

In this book Pink looks at each of the seven words Jesus spoke while hanging in agony. In his introduction to the book Pink says, "The death of Christ...was unique, miraculous, supernatural. In the chapters which follow we shall hearken to the words which fell from his lips while he hung upon the cross - words which make known to us some of the attendant circumstances of the great tragedy; words which reveal the excellencies of the one who suffered there; words in which is wrapped up the gospel of our salvation; and words which inform us of the purpose, the meaning, the sufferings, and the sufficiency of the death divine." He dedicates a chapter to each of the words of forgiveness, salvation, affection, anguish, suffering, victory and contentment. In every case he spends some time discussing the meaning of the word and usually equal time applying these words to the faith of the individual Christian. Far from "mere" theology, this book is intensely practical and immediately applicable.

The Seven Sayings of the Saviour on the Cross deserves the accolades given to it. It bears repeated readings and is ideal for group study (and, indeed, I led a group of over 100 people reading it in tandem). It is worthy of a spot in the collection of every Christian.
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