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Fole Reformed Presbyterian Chapel

James R. Hamilton

is both an Evangelical and Protestant Minister, Presbyterian by persuasion, working in North Staffordshire in the UK. Preaching the gospel of God's grace and love in North Staffordshire, currently the minister of Fole Reformed Presbyterian Chapel. He also travels more widely, preaching in some of the towns & cities throughout the country, including Ireland and Scotland. He also preaches in many congregations at home and abroad as by invitation.

Calvin & the Law!

This is a thirty page booklet explaining the Reformer John Calvin's teaching on the subject of biblical Law. A needed antidote against the rising tide of so-called new covenant teaching abroad today. The Law for Calvin had a three fold purpose, pedagogical, political and very much a purpose for the believers life today and every generation.   
 'A Street Preacher Publication'
The Book of Daniel
(End-times in the Old Testament)
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Street-Work Itinerary
Monday - Leaflet distribution in Fole Community
Tuesday - Newcastle-Under-Lyme (Weekly)
Thursday - Hanley (Weekly)
Friday - Leaflet Distribution in Fole Community

Mark's Gospel

The Lord who has remembered us,
His blessing will bestow;
All those who fear his holy name,
His loving care shall know.

For small and great who fear his name,
The Lord has good in store;
Ye and your children, blest of God,
Shall prosper more and more.

The great Creator blesses you,
With gifts of boundless worth;
The heav'ns he claims, but gives to man,
Dominion in the earth.

The silent dead praise not the Lord,
The grave no song can raise;
But we will bless him evermore,
Let all proclaim his praise.
(United Presbyterian Psalter 203; Psalm 115)

"If the cultivation of the inner life is the secret of consistent Christian living, it sure time that we in the Church today paid more attention to it"
(A. Bonar)

Foundations Series
(Origins of the Universe, Mankind, Sin etc)

The School of Heaven!

“At the present time there is no want of speaking and writing and preaching and teaching, but there is little abiding fruit from it all. There is too much time taken up with active work for the kingdom of God and too little time given to prayer for the kingdom. Surely if God's servants are to speak and preach in the power of the Holy Spirit they must again give themselves 'continually to prayer, and to the ministry of the word
(A. Bonar)

The Book of Revelation
(Biblical Eschatology)


"The law is holy, just, and good; therefore the least motion against it, or discontentment with it, is sin (Romans 7:12)"
(J. Durham)

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Monday, 8th
, December 2014, 7pm
(Fortnightly thereafter)


Fole Reformed Presbyterian Chapel

Bible Study: Wed 6.30pm - Sunday: 10.30 & 5pm

"We preach Christ crucified"
(1Corinthians 1:23)

The Westminster Confession of Faith
Chapter 1:3-5

3. The books commonly called Apocrypha, not being of divine inspiration, are no part of the canon of the Scripture, and therefore are of no authority in the Church of God, nor to be any otherwise approved, or made use of, than other human writings.
4. The authority of the Holy Scripture, for which it ought to be believed, and obeyed, depends not upon the testimony of any man, or Church; but wholly upon God (who is truth itself) the author thereof: and therefore it is to be received, because it is the Word of God. 
5. We may be moved and induced by the testimony of the Church to an high and reverent esteem of the Holy Scripture. And the heavenliness of the matter, the efficacy of the doctrine, the majesty of the style, the consent of all the parts, the scope of the whole (which is, to give all glory to God), the full discovery it makes of the only way of man's salvation, the many other incomparable excellencies, and the entire perfection thereof, are arguments whereby it does abundantly evidence itself to be the Word of God: yet notwithstanding, our full persuasion and assurance of the infallible truth and divine authority thereof, is from the inward work of the Holy Spirit bearing witness by and with the Word in our hearts.

 Theology of Children
The Fallibility of Ministers

by J.C. Ryle                   

Great, even the best of ministers make mistakes, sometimes great mistakes. And sometimes mistaken ministers need to be told they are mistaken, it is more important to keep the truth in the church than the peace. Mr. Ryle also shows us here that there is no doctrine over which we should be so jealous as that of justification by faith alone, apart from works

  'A Street Preacher Publication'

Devotional Study

Mark's Gospel
(Revised Edition)

Daily food for your soul!

    You were given the Bible to teach us how to be reconciled to God and to live unto him. To become more Christ-like in our daily living. That we might find deep satisfaction and enjoyment in God, knowing his grace flowing towards us, encouraging, strengthening and giving us the victory by the power of his Holy Spirit. 

    As you use these devotional tools, written by James R Hamilton himself, you will begin to experience growth, and inner strength emanating from the word God. The strength is in the seed. God wants you to have that strength, to know his power and grace working in you, transforming your inner life, filled with joy unspeakable and full of glory

Books, Booklets and Tracts for sale. 

  'A Street Preacher Publication'

(Evangelistic Sermons on Mark's Gospel)

“We are in breach of the second commandment when, there is not faith mixed with hearing, giving credit to the Word; it must be a great fault not to believe God’s Word when we hear it (Hebrews 4:1-2). When we fret and canker at the reproofs of the Word. When we needlessly stumble at any expression; especially, when we carry so lightly as to laugh t what is spoken, to the prejudice of the ordinances. When we are more for knowing than for doing; more for informing the mind, than for reforming the heart and life. When there is carping at the Word, or censuring of it rather than ourselves"
(J. Durham)

Jesus Never Said Nothing About Sodomy!

"The first commandment is broken when what is proper and essential to God is denied to him in effect, or practically; as when he is not accounted eternal, omnipotent, or the blessed God in three persons. And thus men are guilty either in opinion or in practice...And so it is said of some. that they profess to know God, but in works they deny him (Titus 1:16)"
(J. Durham)

Women in Ministry - Is it Biblical?
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Male & Female Distinctives - A Biblical Perspective
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