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Chronicles of an Empty Life
A tool for evangelism and an encouragement to Christians to witness to Christ and live unreservedly for him. 96pp.
Originally published in the author’s Studies in the Scriptures, looks at how we can benefit from reading the Scriptures. 128pp.
The Meaning of Christ's Death
The Meaning of Christ’s Death’ is clearly and biblically explained. 168pp.
In this brief but remarkable study of the life of prayer, Dutch pastor Frans Bakker (1919-65) covers themes such as secret, persevering, arrogant, humble, and bold prayer, concluding with a powerful warning of what happens when prayer is ‘too late’. 104pp.
Faithful expositions of Psalms 2, 110 and 45, which focus on Christ’s grace, majesty and glory. 120pp.
As Disciple, Preacher, Pastor
How the grace of God moulded the Apostle Peter as a disciple, a preacher, and a pastor. 184pp.
God's Word on Present Issues
Discusses contemporary issues such as Race, Punishment, Money, Women’s Liberation, War and Homosexuality. 160pp.
An Introduction to its Literature and History
Brings the history and literature of the New Testament alive today in a fascinating way. 392pp.
An Introduction to the Christian Faith
A clear, simple introduction to fundamental truths of the Faith. 96pp.
Vivid sketches of some of the converts and of the life of the spiritual family which Bethlehem Forward Movement Church (‘Sandfields’), Aberavon, became during the early ministry of Dr Martyn Lloyd-Jones. 122pp.
The Story of Jonah
The story of Jonah — a book about how one man came, through painful experience, to discover the true character of the God he served. 112pp.
A biography of Professor John Murray (1898–1975). 240pp. Illustrated.
An exposition of Elijah’s ministry with application to the contemporary situation. 320pp.
Demonstrates how the biblical teaching on man serves as a gateway into the entire Christian message. 168pp.
Sayings of John ('Rabbi') Duncan
Sayings of John ‘Rabbi’ Duncan under subject headings. 320pp.
A Study in Compassion
A wonderfully readable study of the grace of God and the twistedness of man’s heart — ‘A Study in Compassion.’ 64pp.
A guide to the greatness of God in his majesty and creative power, the tenderness of his care, and the marvel of his love. 144pp.
The effects of the controversy over evolution, as seen in four eminent scientists with Christian convictions. 312pp.
A Work-Book on the Doctrines of Grace
Serves as an introductory ‘Work-book on the Doctrines of Grace.’ 96pp. Illustrated.
A Presentation of the Scriptural Theology of Evangelism
Covers the whole spectrum of themes on evangelism, from its origin in God himself, to the assurance of its ultimate triumph. 248pp.
Popular addresses on the greatness and glory of God, the wonder and power of the gospel, and the service of Christ. 208pp.
A Scriptural Appreciation of the One Holy Church
The church and her Antiquity and Perpetuity, Unity, Holiness, Apostolicity, Membership, Truth, Preaching, Evangelism, Worship, etc. 384pp.
An introduction to the literature and message of the Old Testament. 320pp.
An incisive, historical and theological insight into the great 19th-century Baptist and the doctrines which moulded his life and thought. 288pp.
David Brainerd, William C. Burns, John Eliot, Henry Martyn, John G. Paton
The awe-inspiring stories of David Brainerd, William Chalmers Burns, John Eliot, Henry Martyn and John G. Paton. 352pp.
A Biblical Response to the Case for Tongues and Prophecy Today
Argues from Scripture that preoccupation with tongues and prophecy shows a failure to grasp the fulness of New Testament privileges. Christ himself is the ‘Final Word’. 160pp.
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.
Character Studies of the Scottish Covenanters
These ‘Character Studies of the Scottish Covenanters’, have a lyrical quality and demonstrate the author’s spiritual perception. 208pp.
Includes chapters on the cessation of the charismata, Edward Irving, faith healing, and Roman Catholic miracles. 536pp.
Following Christ as Lord
Subtitled ‘Following Christ as Lord’, answers the basic question: ‘What is a Christian?’ 160pp.
Delighting in the Father's Love
Shows how the Spirit of sonship, freedom, discipline, prayer and the sacraments all contribute to our experience of the Father’s love. 144pp.
The Parable of the Prodigal Son
An exposition of the parable of the prodigal son. 160pp.
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