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Publisher: Christian Focus
Price: $2.99 (Apr 14-15)
Samuel Rutherford was a 17th Century Scottish Presbyterian preacher whose writings have had a profound impact on Christians throughout the generations. He was one of the Scottish Commissioners to the Westminster Assembly, and his best–known work, Lex, Rex, had far reaching influence.
This collection of quotes, collated by editor Malcolm MacLean, give an idea of the power his words had. Although no more than a sentence or two, each of these quotes has a profundity which leaves the reader thinking long after they have closed the book.
The quotations are split into topics:
Jesus and the Gospel
Jesus – His Person and Work
Communion with Jesus
Thinking of Heaven
Eternity and Time
For those who have never read Samuel Rutherford’s works before, this is a delectable introduction, encouraging you to seek out his full works. For those who need no introduction to his writings, these quotes are a quick reminder of the great truths he strived to preach and the great God he strived to proclaim.
Poachers, mysterious strangers, and murderers converge at Fellsworth Academy, forcing one young woman to a test of fortitude and bravery to stop the shadow of the past from ruining her hopes for the future in this sweet Regency Romance.
In the fallout of her deceased father’s financial ruin, Annabelle’s prospects are looking bleak. Her fiancé has called off their betrothal, and now she remains at the mercy of her controlling and often cruel brother. Annabelle soon faces the fact that her only hope for a better life is to do the unthinkable and run away to Fellsworth, where her estranged uncle serves as the school’s superintendent. Upon arrival, Annabelle learns that she must shed her life of high society and work for her wages for the first time.
Owen Locke is unswerving in his commitments. As a widower and father, he is fiercely protective of his only daughter. As an industrious gamekeeper, he is intent on keeping poachers at bay even though his ambition has always been to purchase land he can call his own. When a chance encounter introduces him to Annabelle Thorley, his steady life is shaken. For the first time since his wife’s death, Owen begins to consider a second chance at love.
As you embark on this faith-enriching journey through “Your Identity in Christ,” my hope is the text acts as a guide, enabling you to understand and embrace your divine identity. Through the pages of this book, you will become grounded in the incredible love and power that flows from being in Christ, radiating His light to a world in need.
Written by John R. W. Stott, a Christian leader known worldwide for addressing the hearts and minds of contemporary men and women, this updated booklet describes the fundamental human problem, outlines the Christian answer to it and shows readers how to respond to God’s truth.
Written by John R. W. Stott, a Christian leader known worldwide for addressing the hearts and minds of contemporary men and women, this booklet discusses the privileges of being a child of God and helps Christians grow to maturity in their responsibilities to God, the church and the world.
In this grab bag, we have 5 non-fiction e-books. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each book cover.
Gospel e-books is working together with Christian publishers to allow you to choose what e-books you’d like to have discounted. Cast your vote below and the book with the most votes in each poll will be placed on sale soon after. If there are less than 100 total votes in a particular poll, the winning book will not be discounted.
Intervarsity Press: Hidden Worldviews: Eight Cultural Stories That Shape Our Lives by Steve Wilkens & Mark L. Sanford vs.
Reformation Heritage: Reservoirs of Strength: Lessons from the Book of James by Gerald M. Bilkes vs. A Spiritual Appeal to Christ’s Bride (Classics of Reformed Spirituality) by Jodocus Van Lodenstein
Good Book Company: A Few Good Men by Richard Coekin vs. The Hard Corps: Combat Training for the Man of God by Dai Hankey
Crossway: Reforming Joy: A Conversation between Paul, the Reformers, and the Church Today by Tim Chester vs. Theological Retrieval for Evangelicals: Why We Need Our Past to Have a Future by Gavin Ortlund