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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 this exposition of Philippians 1:23, Baxter provides much needed counsel, strength and comfort. 144pp.
Watson shows that knowing what repentance is, and actually repenting, are essential to true Christianity. 128pp.
In this outstanding book, Owen explains the nature of the Christian’s communion with God and describes the many privileges it brings. 240pp.
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.
In a clear and attractive style, describes what it means to be a Christian, and how to become one. 208pp.
In this famous exposition of Isaiah 42:3, Sibbes unfolds the tender ministry of Christ. 138pp.
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.
Short extracts from Rutherford’s Letters, providing much to strengthen faith, with spiritual comfort and wise counsel. 128pp.
Rutherford in Verse
Rutherford’s prose transformed into verse, with cameo portraits of his correspondents. 96pp.
3 Volume Set
Thomas Manton's (1620-77) published expositions are characterised by careful preparation, systematic explanation of the text, rich illumination of its significance and a deep concern for the practical application of the biblical truth to daily living.
Volume 3: New Testament
Although massive scholarship lies behind this work, Poole’s Commentary is clear and easy to follow. Each chapter is preceded by an outline of the contents and principal teaching. Approx 1000pp. per volume.
Manton at his best—full of searching application and sustained spiritual power. An excellent example of expository preaching. 488pp.
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 London’s Lamentations […]
Book Description More than anything else, Richard Sibbes was a great preacher. He never lost sight of the fact that the best Christian counselling is done through the patient and enlivening exposition of the Word of God. Sibbes excelled as a comforter of the troubled and doubting, but he also possessed the rare gift of […]
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