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The ripe fruit of years of careful and loving study of the great themes in Johannine teaching; the privileges of fellowship with the Father and the Son through the Spirit are constantly brought to the fore. 600pp.
Singluarly clear, without the technicalities of critical opinion, sets out what the words mean and the effect which their truth should have upon the conscience and life. 720pp.
With a good translation . . . fruitful comments, and profitable dissertations, this volume is about as complete a guide to the smaller epistles as one could desire’—Spurgeon. 464pp.
The clear, concentrated note-style of Alexander is perfect for Acts. All his commentaries are characterised by the same brief, lucid comments. Justly famous’—Tabernacle Bookshop Catalogue. 992pp.
Help for seekers and doubting Christians about God’s way of salvation. 96pp.
Lessons from the Great Awakening of the 18th Century
Lessons from the Great Awakening of the 18th century hold out hope for the world today. With a Foreword by Jonathan Fletcher and a Preface by Roger Carswell. 16pp. £1.00 each or 5 for £4.
The Want of the Times
The abiding impressiveness of James’ classic on the Christian ministry lies largely in the manner in which he presents one simple idea: ‘it is feeling which gives power to words and thoughts.’ 296pp.
Diary & Life
The Diary and Life of Andrew Bonar (1810-92) gives a panoramic view of one of the most fascinating periods of Scotland's church history.
Life & Labours
Nettleton (1783–1843) was a leading figure in one of the most important half-centuries in American church history. 450pp.
Sermons on Hebrews 11
These 65 sermons on Hebrews 11:1–31 illustrate the great theme of faith in action. 712pp.
Encourages the practice and privilege of private prayer, pointing out the blessings of prayer and the grave dangers of prayerlessness. 32pp.
A Defence of The Westminster Standards
A defence of the reformed faith and common criticisms of it. 184pp.
Christian Love as Manifested in Heart and Life
Sermons on 1 Corinthians 13. 384pp.
Sermons of Hugh Martin
Sermons in which Martin (1822-85) traces all blessings to Jesus. 261pp.
In this invaluable study we find Smeaton’s sensitive theological acumen, his skill in judicious exposition, and his evident devotion to the person of Jesus Christ. Like its companion volume, The Apostles’ Doctrine of the Atonement, a work to be read and re-read. 520pp.