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“The people that do know their God shall be strong”, wrote Daniel. It was not as a learned exegete but as a humble pupil in the school of God that E. J. Young taught the Scriptures until his death in 1968. His commentary on Daniel is not the least valuable part of his legacy to the church. 332pp.
Volume 1: Sermons on the Acts of the Apostles
In these evangelistic sermons preached in Westminster Chapel between 1965 and 1968, ‘the Doctor’ directs his hearers away from the bankruptcy of modern thought to the only source of hope for his or any other generation, the unchanging ‘gospel of God, concerning his Son, Jesus Christ our Lord.’ Here is ‘authentic Christianity and nothing else.’ 304–352pp.
Underlines the most important principles which Scripture gives in order to guide us to a wise and happy choice of a life-long partner. 32pp.
Highlights the weaknesses of contemporary preaching and suggests ways to overcome them. 32pp.
The nature and effects of true conversion. 24pp.
The Reformed faith is biblical Christianity in its truest and most consistent form. 24pp.
The Work Of Spirit
The inevitable success of the Spirit’s work in the present age. 44pp.
Suggestions on the best approach to reading and benefitting from the Scriptures. 32pp.
Advice on the best books and how to set about reading them. 32pp.
True Christianity involves a sight of the majesty of God and calls for a godly life. 24pp.
A careful and lucid explanation of salvation by grace through faith. 28pp.
The biblical basis of true Christian experience. 32pp.
The essential elements of faithful Christian living. 32pp.
For the Very Young
Outlines the life of Jesus, including some of his miracles and parables. Here is the thrill of hearing the gospel told for the very young in words they can understand. Colour illustrations throughout by Lawrence Littleton Evans. 32pp.
A persuasive presentation of the unchanging gospel. 32pp.
Should preachers ask for a public response in evangelistic meetings? 44pp.
What makes the Bible absolutely unique among books? 16pp.
God's call to sanctification
What does the Bible mean by holiness and how can we attain it? 32pp.
The true glory of Christian motherhood, according to Scripture. 8pp.
Biblical guidelines for growing to Christian maturity. 32pp.
The distinctives of the Reformed understanding of the gospel. 32pp.
The Vindication Of God
Above all else, the cross is a vindication of the character of God. 32pp.
A straightforward summary of the Christian gospel. 16pp.
The grief of bereavement and Christian preparation for it. 32pp.
God’s gracious purpose in the sorrows and suffering of his people. 32pp.
Receiving Christ as Saviour always leads to serving him as Lord. 24pp.
Open Your Mouth for the Dumb
In this revised and updated booklet, Australian pastor Peter Barnes exhorts us to ‘open our mouths for the dumb’ (Prov. 31:8). 64pp.
Sermons on Isaiah 1:1-18
ENDORSEMENT ‘Here is a wonderful example of how to expound the Scriptures without fear or compromise but with a heart of longing for man’s salvation. Any believer will be encouraged by this book to take their stand on the Bible, and could be happy to give it to anyone they feel might read it seriously.’ […]
A child's book of Bible teachings
This British edition of one of the finest American books for young children is designed for the daily use of parents as they read to little children. Each portion unfolds some great truth, is beautifully illustrated by Macy Schwarz’s drawings, and provides helpful guidance as parents and little ones talk, sing, and pray together. In […]
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