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Elder William M. Mitchell
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Elder William M. Mitchell , of Opelika, Alabama, was born in 1819 and passed from this life in 1901. He was one of the most able and spiritual writers the Primitive Baptists have ever known. He had a deep love for the truth and wrote of it fearlessly for many years. He preached the Gospel for almost 60 years and served as associate editor of the "Gospel Messenger". His legacy lives on to the present generation and his writings are still teaching the truth he so loved.

Below you will find links to the some of the editorial writings of Elder Mitchell.


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Life of Elder Mitchell
Salutatory
The Unpardonable Sin - Matthew 12:31
For Children: May 1882
For Children: June 1882
For Children: October 1882
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For Children: December 1882
For Children: January 1883
For Children: March 1883
For Children: April 1883
For Children: May 1883
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For Children: November 1883
For Children: December 1883
For Children: April 1884
To Parents: May 1884
For Children: June 1884
For Children: July 1884
For Children: August 1884
For Children: September 1884
For Children: November 1884
Evangelists
Sunday Schools
The Pool of Bethesda - John 5:2
Matt 23:37
It Is Best
Sermon on Titus Chapter 2
The Towaliga Problems
The Image of the Invisible God
Questions From a Missionary Baptist
Selling The Poor For A Pair of Shoes
1 John 2:2
1 John 3:8
1 John 3:9
Melchisedec
Taking Up Collections
Secret Societies
Condemnation and Justification
Historic Sketch Of The Church At Mt. Olive Church, Lee County, Ala For Fifty Years
Political Faith Of The Gospel
Idolatry
The Man With One Talent
Evangelists
Letter To A Sister
John 11:15
Fourty-Eighth Year In The Ministry
He Ceased From Sin
 
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