F. Cundick


Category: Obituaries

Frederick Cundick's ministry to Assemblies of the Saints spanned a period during which there were many changes among them, yet of him it can be said: He was unaccommo­dating to innovations which could not be supported by the Word of God. Being satisfied that the old paths were both safe, and sure to reach the right end, it was these he un­waveringly traced for others to follow. One's earliest recol­lections of him are of a student of the Word who dug deep, and who tad treasures to share which superficial readers of Scripture would never discover for themselves. He valued the truth because it was all of God. In searching for it he yielded himself to possess it, and was painstaking in present­ing it lest it should appear to be worth little. Occasions are recalled when he gave of his best to small, isolated gatherings, invariably expounding some portion; developing a theme; sometimes giving an outline of a lesser known Bible book such as Esther or Lamentations. He could not be called tolerant towards the kind of conduct or dress that he con­sidered unsuited to the house of God, and in consequence he may on occasion have appeared a somewhat austere man. The man of God will always have much to oppose3 so if, like our beloved brother, he is given to building up rather than to pulling down, the day will show the wisdom of his not seeking popularity by subscribing to the latest fashion, or even paying too much attention to it.

Precious Seed has always been glad of his thoughtful articles and would have welcomed more. One series on Ezekiel was published as a booklet, now unfortunately out of print. In recalling our brother's labours, and in extending our sympathy to his loved ones in their loss, it is our joy to realize with them that he is now at home awaiting the time when each one of us shall receive his praise from God.


There are 11 articles in
ISSUE (1975, Volume 26 Issue 5)

The Book of Esther

Day of Atonement

Epaphras, a Faithful Minister of Christ

F. Cundick

A Good Soldier

Gospel Work and other Assembly Activities

The Government of the Assembly

The Man of God’s House, Psalm 84


Spiritual Sacrifices, 1 Peter 24-7


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There are 67 articles by this author

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Christian Workers’ Relief Fund

Brass Tacks

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Low Waters Gospel Hall, Hamilton, Scotland

Sharing Christ with Muslims - A basic Guide

The Moral Maze

Heroes of the Faith

Timeless truths about the local assembly

Timeless truths about the local assembly

Rebel without a Cause

Ten things God won’t ask on that day

Is what you do for the Lord, a job, or a ministry?

A brief history of Jalan Imbi Chapel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

The Valley of the Shadow

F. Cundick

Symposium of Bible Doctrine

E. W. Rogers

Harold P. Hobbs

‘Day by Day through the New Testament’ and other books available

How would we react to this Today?

‘Father God’

The First Day of the Week

Appendix to the Sweet Saviour Offerings,


Henry Miles Linton

Leonard Cave

The 1989 Christian Year Diaries

Caring for those who find themselves left to cope on their own

I have learned to be content

Christian Websites


Behold the Lamb

Joshua 14. 10.

Pastoral Insights (2)

No Replay Received!

Request Clear Answers (Leaflet)

False Teachers Active

Family Life Decaying

Harry Lacey

A truthful tongue avoids half-truths

Views from the News

Views from the News

Who Cares?


Believers under threat

Bryn Mawr Assembly, Philadelphia, USA

Views from the News

Managing your anger?

Winning souls with tracts

Nelson’s Ultimate Bible Reference Library

On-line Bible, Version 2.10

He is coming

‘But there is forgiveness with Thee’

Mal. 4. 6.

Blairhall Assembly, Scotland

Remember the Children and the Adults at Christmas

Bible Bytes

Egypt And Babylon

Training for Missionary Work

Are Things Ready To Die? - And If So What Then?

“A Rigid System Of Priorities”

Christ And You (Colossians)


A Guide To Personal Work

Some Salutary Questions

Let Every Man Take Heed - 1 Corinthians 3. 5-17