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Welcome to the J.C. Ryle Achieve blog! Our mission is to keep J.C. Ryle's legacy alive and well amongst the evangelical church today. 

Since J.C. Ryle died in 1900, his writing are public domain and not copyrighted. So, you are able to use any of the materials on this site with no expressed permission. 


May the writings of J.C. Ryle help you become a more committed follower of Jesus Christ and compel you to good works. 




5 comments:

  1. I just want to say a big thank you for this site. May God bless you richly. Amen

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  2. A great wonderful resource to have.Thanks be to God for giants in the faith to help and encourage us along our journey to the promise land.

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    1. Amen, sadly there are not more like Ryle to teach this 21st Century church the Scriptural way to live and serve as true Christians. The Lord bless your day.
      Dr Kenny McClinton
      Ulster Christians
      www.ulsterchristians.org

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  3. Good Afternoon, I am Dr Cornelius Kenneth Mcclinton, a retired Pastor and Bible Expositor who has just completed a Bible-based Exposition of the entire Gospel of Matthew. I have always been an avid admirer of the late J.C. Ryle, whose Scriptural teachings have encouraged me no end in my faith in Christ Jesus for over 40 years. I wish to re-introduce the 21st Century Church (worldwide and universal) to the sound teachings of Ryle, and have quoted his "Expository Thoughts on the Gospel of Matthew, 1816-1900" extensively with my own exposition, clearly identifying them at every use as J.C. Ryle Comments. Do I need permission to print my Meditations In Matthew Exposition? I do not wish to infringe any copywrite legalities, or offend in any way. Please advise?
    Thank you,
    Yours in Christ Jesus,
    Dr Cornelius K. McClinton
    Ulster Christians
    www.ulsterchristians.org

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  4. Dear brothers and sisters in Christ
    I was so blessed to listen to The Cross by our brother who is now in glory with the Lord and with the faithful witnesses who stood for Christ alone for their salvation.
    If you have not heard or read this work by JC Ryle you're missing or the most beautiful writings he left us.
    https://youtu.be/8dBt3ACbCQc

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