The following books on Christian discipleship focus on applying biblical and reformed theology to the Christian life. Topics include the practical implications of the doctrine of God’s providence and the doctrine of election, as well as topics like repentance and maturity in the faith. Thoughts for Young Men by J.C. Ryle and Duties of Christian Fellowship by John Owen are two particularly edifying Christian living books worth looking into.
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The Three Marys
Learning from the lives of Mary Magdalene, Mary of Bethany, and Mary the mother of Jesus
Book Description Mary, the mother of Jesus; Mary, the sister of Martha and Lazarus; and Mary Magdalene all feature prominently in the gospel narrative. But what can Christians learn from the faith displayed by these women? In these moving and engaging chapters, Alexander Moody Stuart draws out their characters and helps readers learn from each […]
The Upper Room
Being a Few Truths For the Times
Sermons and lectures which exhibit Ryle’s robust evangelical doctrine and down-to-earth application, with a contemporary ring. 464pp.
A Father’s Gift
Lessons from Proverbs
Lessons from Proverbs’ — ‘wisdom that will prove to be worth its weight in gold in every age and culture.’ 216pp.
From Basic Principles to Transformed Relationships
These eleven sermons on Ephesians 5:22-33 examine Christian marriage ‘from basic principles to transformed relationships’. 200pp.
Four Sermons Concerning Matters Most Useful for the Present Time with a Brief Exposition of Psalm 87
A new translation by Robert White of Calvin’s Quatre Sermons, originally published in 1552. The sermons deal with how to confess Christ in a hostile environment, and combine sound theology with strong pastoral concern. Includes an exposition of Psalm 87 and three of Calvin’s letters, one of which is to Edward VI of England. 208pp.
An Ark For All God’s Noahs
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 This is a pastoral, thoughtful, encouraging, challenging and, above all, radically God-centred book. The thirty brief but compelling chapters remind us that this world is not our home, that our destiny is ‘a city that has foundations whose designer and builder is God,’ and that we are called to live world-engaging, Christ-glorifying lives. […]
Book Description According to J. C. Ryle, next to praying there is nothing so important in practical religion as Bible reading. God in his mercy has given us a book ‘which is able to make us wise unto salvation through faith which is in Christ Jesus’ (2 Tim. 3:15). By reading the Bible we may […]
Biblical guidelines for growing to Christian maturity. 32pp.
Burial or Cremation
Does it Matter?
Shows that burial alone has the endorsement of God’s Word and reflects vital truth. 32pp.
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 […]
Shadow Of The Cross
Studies in Self-Denial
In these ‘Studies in Self-Denial’, Chantry expounds the practical necessity of bearing the cross, and the joy of living under its shadow. 80pp.
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