Robert J. Taylor. A collection of stories for many well-known songs not found in 101 Hymn Stories or 101 More Hymn Stories. This is not a devotional book but will be of interest to readers interested in the origins and … Read More
Andrew Murray. An edited collection of messages delivered in London in 1895. Too many Christians, though they have been born again, are not completely surrendered to God. Self can even seek to do God’s work. The reader is pointed to … Read More
Alfred Isaac. Brothers Eric and Neal have many exciting adventures as they face conditions that help develop and mature them. The challenges they meet as they try to take the place their father had filled before this are a great … Read More
The songs of Isaac Watts, Charles Wesley, Fanny Crosby, John Newton, and other hymn writers have been used to challenge the unbeliever, edify the saint, and fan revival fires. Knowing who wrote the words and music and what occasion prompted … Read More
Kenneth W. Osbeck. ‘Christ Arose’, ‘Have Thine Own Way, Lord!’, ‘He the Pearly Gates Will Open’, and ‘Sweet Peace, the Gift of God’s Love’ are just a few of the 101 hymns described. 321 pages; paper; Kregel.
A. W. Tozer. This book decries much of modern worship as entertainment and pleads for “a return to the genuine: a worship in spirit and truth, in praise and adoration, in humility and love.” 128 pages; paper; Moody.