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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 […]
A Twelve-point action plan to teach us that united we stand and divided we fall
The Hearts affections and desires
Sins of the Tongue
From the Reformed Pastor
Book Description James Fraser endured a long conflict with doubts and in this little book, Am I a Christian?, he records how he overcame his fears and arrived at a firm assurance of his salvation in Christ. Taken from his memoirs (Memoirs of the Rev. James Fraser of Brea, found in Scottish Puritans: Select Biographies, volume […]
Book Description Brooks’ popularity lies both in his subjects – practical truths, central to the Christian life – and in the manner of his presentation. He is ever direct, urgent, fervent, full of Scripture and able to choose words which make his sentences as memorable as melodies. Table of Contents Expand ↓ I THE GOLDEN […]
Previously published under the title An Alarm to the Unconverted, this great evangelistic book is also a spur to personal evangelism. 152pp.
A collection of meditations on Romans 8:6. 264pp.
A crystal-clear explanation of what sin is, why it is so serious, amd what we need to do about it. 284pp.
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 Vital Importance of Private Prayer
Focusing on the Lord’s words in Matthew 6:6. Brooks gives a masterful treatment of ‘The Vital Importance of Private Prayer’. 304pp.
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.
Brings together Bunyan’s works Praying in the Spirit and The Throne of Grace. 176pp.
Based on Psalm 57:2, shows how providence works for us in every stage and experience of our lives. 224pp.
Expository Sermons on Verses from Song of Solomon Chapters 4-6
A series of sermons preached by Richard Sibbes (1577-1635) on Song of Solomon 4:16-6:3, demonstrating and setting forth the love of Christ to his church, and the love of the church to Christ. 376pp.
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.
Contains 69 of Rutherford’s letters while suffering for the gospel. 208pp.
With brevity and clarity, refutes false charges against, and movingly affirms the biblical doctrine of justification by faith alone. 96pp.
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.
A Treatise on Christian Assurance
Explains the nature of assurance and how it can be experienced. 320pp.
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.
Practical Notes on Malachi 3:16-18
A lightly-edited version of Watson’s exposition of Malachi 3:16–18. 176pp.
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