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
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
Charles Spurgeon. A discourse on the saving power of the gospel. Tells how we are justified and the part grace plays in the saving of souls. Contains clear explanations on the need for faith, repentance, remission of sins, and being … Read More
Andrew Murray probes Scripture and the life of Christ in order to teach us how to pray effectually. He asks us to enroll in a new kind of academy with Jesus as our headmaster. Murray gently instructs us on how … 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.
Dan J. B. Byler. In this book, Byler gives us a brief overview of the book of Revelation and what he believes is the historic Anabaptist understanding of the book. Though not exhaustive, he gives a chapter-by-chapter introduction and tries … Read More
This story takes place in Germany during the era of the castles. Mary and her good father James live in a small cottage near the castle. James is a gardener while Mary works for the Countess in the castle. Mary’s … Read More
Alfred Isaac. A sequel to Yesteryear’s Trails. The author continues recounting the adventures and misadventures on the farm where he grew up, the land that his grandfather homesteaded. Now he and his wife are bringing up a family of their … Read More