Christmas Thoughts

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Weight .44 lbs
Dimensions 7.7 × 5.25 × .7 in
binding

Cloth-bound

Format

Book

isbn

9781800403147

page-count

128

topic

Jesus Christ

Banner Pub Date

Nov 10, 2022

Book Description

Christmas, and New Year, are excellent moments to pause and reflect—as scattered families regather for the national holiday, and as the calendar turns over again, with another year gone forever. J. C. Ryle urges us—in the midst of our feasting and festivities and family reunions—to make time to consider our spiritual state and our relationship with God. How is it with our souls? What do we make of Jesus Christ? What will be our future, when all our Christmases are past?

This little book contains five of Ryle’s most popular Christmas tracts, the spiritual wisdom of which is timeless. Ryle challenges us—while we enjoy the wonderful delights of mince pies and mistletoe and mulled wine and music and merriment—to make the most of every Christmas, to consider seriously the person of Jesus Christ and questions of eternal significance.

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  1. Jeff Crippen

    J.C. Ryle has been a very powerful presence in our church for many years through his books. I am the pastor and whenever I have been absent from the pulpit our common practice has been to have one of our elders select and read one of Ryle’s sermons on Sunday morning from the pulpit. This is always very well received and edifying to all. Ryle’s major books such as Practical Religion, Holiness, Old Paths, and his commentaries on the Gospels go very far in equipping a new (or old) Christian.

  2. Logan Meek

    This book has been a great help and encouragement for me this year. The readings are short enough to complete without much time and deep enough to encourage reflection in the Christmas season. I am so glad I have this short collection to help me prepare my heart for Christmas.

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