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The Story of Elijah
Book Description ELIJAH, whom Roger Ellsworth calls ‘the man without a resume’, appears and disappears in dramatic fashion on the stage of human history. Called to serve God in an age of widespread moral and spiritual deterioration and confusion, he reached great heights of boldness and faith, but also sounded the depths of discouragement and […]
New Metrical Versions of the Book of Psalms (TEXT ONLY edition)
A MUSIC EDITION of “Sing Psalms”, published by the Psalmody Committee of the Free Church of Scotland to foster the practice of the singing of metrical psalms as a part of the worship of the Christian church. 232pp.
New Metrical Versions of the Book of Psalms (MUSIC EDITION, Staff)
A MUSIC EDITION of “Sing Psalms”, published by the Psalmody Committee of the Free Church of Scotland to foster the practice of the singing of metrical psalms as a part of the worship of the Christian church. 476pp.
Volume 1: Faith & Learning, 1812 - 1868
In this movingly told story we meet great spirituality, great scholars, great missionary vision and great consecration to Christ. Vol. 1—Faith and Learning 1812–68, 528pp.
His Life and Legacy in Ireland and Australia
The author of In Understanding Be Men comes alive in this biography, as scholar, evangelist, pioneer, pastor and college principal — but chiefly as an outstanding Mr Standfast for Jesus Christ. 198pp.
Testimonies of Fifty Converted Catholic Priests
Moving testimonies of 50 Catholic priests who came, by God’s grace, into the light of the gospel of Christ. 360pp.
God's call to sanctification
What does the Bible mean by holiness and how can we attain it? 32pp.
To Glorify and Enjoy God provides a comprehensive introduction to the background, history, character and contributions of the Westminster Divines and their Assembly. 352pp.
The Making and Marring of American Evangelicalism 1750 - 1858
Subtitled ‘The Making and Marring of American Evangelicalism 1750–1858’, this book traces the spiritually epoch-making events of the 18th and 19th centuries and rejects the frequent identification of ‘revival’ with ‘revivalism’. 480pp.
1919 - 1981
Over one hundred of ‘the Doctor’s’ personal letters, selected and with Notes by Iain H. Murray. 272pp.
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