Scripture Reference: Matthew

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The Beatitudes

An exposition of Matthew 5:1-10

by Thomas Watson


price £16.50

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Endorsements Thomas Watson’s deep spirituality, pithy remarks, terse style, impressive depth, and beauty of expression make him one of the most irresistible and readable of all Puritans. This exposition of Matthew 5:1-10 overflows with spiritual instruction. Every family should have a copy. – JOEL R. BEEKE What announces itself as an exposition of Matthew 5:1-10 […]


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Endorsement I know of no finer commentaries in the English language – EDWIN PALMER Book Description The first Gospel, written by one of the least conspicuous of the twelve apostles, is a book of primary importance. Dr Hendriksen’s massive commentary soon reveals why this is so, and why, for the author, the reading of Matthew […]

El Padre Nuestro

Lord's Prayer

by Thomas Watson


price £8.50

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Book Description Thomas Watson (c. 1620-1686) fue uno de los predicadores más populares de Londres durante la era puritana. Sus obras se caracterizan por su claridad, su viveza y su riqueza espiritual. Y en ningún otro sitio se constata como en esta utilísima exposición del Catecismo Menor formulado por la Asamblea de Westminstger. La edición […]


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Endorsement ‘To read the work of a Puritan doctor of the soul is to enter a rich world of spiritual theology to feed the mind, heart-searching analysis to probe the conscience, Christ-centred grace to transform the heart, and wise counsel to direct the life. This series of Pocket Puritans provides all this in miniature, but […]

Temptation

Temptation

Resisted and Repulsed, Abridged and made easy to read by Richard Rushing

by John Owen


price £5.00

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Owen’s penetrating teaching opens up areas of need in our hearts, but also brings profound assurances of grace in Jesus Christ. 128pp.

While the Bridegroom Tarries
price £6.25

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A clear call to Christian readiness for Christ’s second coming, these sermons were preached in the aftermath of WWI. 160pp.

Sermon On The Mount

Kingdom Life in a Fallen World

by Sinclair B. Ferguson


price £5.00

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Kingdom Life in a Fallen World’ — An ideal introduction to Jesus’ great manifesto for life in his kingdom. 184pp.

The Secret Key to Heaven

The Secret Key to Heaven

The Vital Importance of Private Prayer

by Thomas Brooks


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Focusing on the Lord’s words in Matthew 6:6. Brooks gives a masterful treatment of ‘The Vital Importance of Private Prayer’. 304pp.

Trial and Triumph of Faith

Lessons From Christ's Gracious Answers to a Woman Whose Faith Would Not Give up

by Samuel Rutherford


price £6.50

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Expounding the incident of the healing of the daughter of the Canaanite woman (Matt. 15 & Mark 7), Rutherford eloquently shows the nature of true faith in Christ and persistence in prayer. 416pp.

Let's Study Matthew
price £9.00

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The Let’s Study series of commentaries are concerned with the ways in which the teaching of Scripture can affect and transform our lives today. Understanding the Bible’s message and applying its teaching are the aims—exposition of Scripture written in the language of a friend, seated alongside with an open Bible. A Group Study Guide is included in each volume.

Sermons on the Beatitudes

Sermons on the Beatitudes

Five sermons from the 'Gospel Harmony', delivered in Geneva in 1560

by John Calvin


price £9.00

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Calvin’s expositions of Matthew 5:1–12, Mark 3:13–19 and Luke 6:12–16, translated by Robert White into a modern English idiom. 128pp.

Expository Thoughts on the Gospels
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A new, re-typeset, clothbound edition of Ryle’s popular expositional series on the Gospels. The Expository Thoughts can be used as a help in family worship, or as an aid in pastoral visitation, or simply as a companion to the Gospels in the private reading of Scripture. 288–432 pp. per volume.

Commentary on Matthew

Commentary on Matthew

The Gospel of the Kingdom

by C. H. Spurgeon


price £15.00

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The only commentary on a complete New Testament book ever written by Spurgeon. Here are reverence of the very words of Scripture, faithful teaching, deep insight, practical application, profound simplicity and spiritual power. Originally published as The Gospel of the Kingdom. 456pp.

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