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Cultivating and Maintaining a Tender Heart
In these four studies from the life of King Josiah (2 Chron. 34:26–28), the ‘heavenly doctor’ Sibbes shows that true reformation must begin in the heart, with love for Christ. 192pp.
A crystal-clear explanation of what sin is, why it is so serious, amd what we need to do about it. 284pp.
Based on Psalm 57:2, shows how providence works for us in every stage and experience of our lives. 224pp.
The fruit of Bunyan’s thinking on the grace of forgiveness—‘Good News for the Vilest of Men’. 144pp.
Based on Romans 7:21, shows that sin is a powerful inward principle at enmity with God, but that the grace of Christ is all-sufficient. 176pp.
A modernized abridgement of Owen’s Discourse dealing with the name, nature, personality and operations of the Holy Spirit. 216p.
Shows from Scripture that, in all his heavenly majesty, Christ is not now aloof from believers and unconcerned, but has the strongest affections for them. 176pp.
Counsel For Mourners
A meditation on Luke 7:13, based upon advice Flavel gave to a woman who had lost her only son. Full of Scripture, counsel, warning and wisdom gained from personal experience of affliction. 136pp.
In a thorough exposition of John 6:37, Bunyan expresses his delight and joy in the free and gracious welcome given to sinners by Christ. 240pp.
As the Cause of Justification and as the Object of Justifying Faith
Endorsements ‘Turning to nearly any page in this volume, readers will be rewarded with a remarkably pastoral theology of justification by grace alone through faith alone in Christ alone.’ — MICHAEL HORTON Book Description First published in 1642, Christ Set Forth — one of Thomas Goodwin’s most beloved and enduring works — is a book […]
In a Gloomy Stormy Day
Book Description We live in difficult days and in trying times. This book, with its quaint yet vivid title, points us to the One in whom Christian men and women have always found the strength to persevere come what may. Taking Lamentations 3:24 as his starting-point – ‘The Lord is my portion, saith my soul; […]
Book Description The apostle Paul often taught young converts to the Christian faith that ‘we must through much tribulation enter into the kingdom of God’ (Acts 14:22). For first-century Christians suffering for Christ was an inevitable accompaniment to a life of serious discipleship. In many parts of the world little has changed since those early […]
Book Description According to Dr Mark Dever, ‘This little booklet is a devotional classic.’ It contains a ‘gospel map’ that reveals the way to the ‘riches of the covenant.’ With great skill and an almost encyclopaedic knowledge of Scripture, Joseph Alleine (c.1634–68) conveys the ‘exceeding great and precious promises’ of God, and sets them forth […]
In this famous exposition of Isaiah 42:3, Sibbes unfolds the tender ministry of Christ. 138pp.
Resisted and Repulsed, Abridged and made easy to read by Richard Rushing
Owen’s penetrating teaching opens up areas of need in our hearts, but also brings profound assurances of grace in Jesus Christ. 128pp.
Owen calls the church back to divine certainty and divine resources, showing that it is the Holy Spirit who convinces, assures, teaches, comforts and equips the church and its members for their work. 208pp.
Drawn with a Scripture Pencil, or, Some Characteristic Marks of a Man Who is Going to Heaven
Some Characteristic Marks of a Man who is Going to Heaven’. 256pp.
A collection of meditations on Romans 8:6. 264pp.
In The Shorter Catechism Explained from Scripture, Vincent uses a question and answer format to achieve his aim. The 40 signatories to the Preface, including John Owen, declared their belief that it would ‘be greatly useful to all Christians in general’. 280pp.
The great classic on the work of the Christian ministry. 256pp.
Treats the seductive influence and terrible power of Satan in a way ‘greatly more full and suggestive than in the literature of the present day’ (Smeaton). 256pp.
Watson’s fine exposition shows the rich provision made in the Supper for all believers, and lays bare the emptiness of mere sacramentalism. 96pp.
A choice book giving rich encouragement for the depressed. 288pp.
In this exposition of Philippians 1:23, Baxter provides much needed counsel, strength and comfort. 144pp.
The Nature and Causes
An abridgement of Owen’s powerful teaching on the possibility that not all ‘professing’ Christians may prove to be true Christians. 184pp.
Watson explains, from Romans 8:28, how the best and worst experiences work for the good of God’s people. 128pp.
Book Description John Bunyan is known across the English-speaking world as the author of The Pilgrim’s Progress. But who was Bunyan, and what was it that provided him with the stimulus and inspiration to write that most revered and well-loved of allegories? The answer can, in part, be found in Grace Abounding, for it is […]
Book Description Published the year after his Pilgrim’s Progress, in 1679, Bunyan’s Treatise on the Fear of God takes a widely misunderstood and neglected theme, wipes off the grime of confusion, and lets it sparkle. And sparkle really is the word: where most assume that the fear of God must be the gloomy theological equivalent […]
Endorsements ‘It is a masterpiece of piety and genius; and will, we doubt not, be of standing use to the people of God so long as the sun and moon endure.’ — A. M. TOPLADY ‘Read anything of his, and you will see that it is almost like reading the Bible itself. He had read […]
‘The best thought-breeder in all our library’ — Spurgeon. 1240pp.
between Christ and Mary
Endorsement ‘Christians today need not only the truth and comfort Sibbes offers here; they need his heartfelt delight so that they live for no other end than the very glory of God.’ — MICHAEL REEVES Book Description A Heavenly Conference is Richard Sibbes’ exposition of the memorable meeting that took place on the first Easter […]
The Ten Commandments
Book Description En este libro Thomas Watson continúa su exposición del Catecismo Menor elaborado por la Asamblea de Westminster. Watson fue uno de los predicadores más populares de Londres durante la era puritana. Sus escritos se caracterizan por la claridad, raciness y riqueza espiritual. La serie de tres volúmenes, de los cuales éste es el […]
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