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Published in 1916, this is a collection of 41 sermons Warfield preached in the oratory of Princeton Seminary. Each of the sermons were expository in nature and were based on a single passage of Scripture.Description.
Louis Berkhof, well-known Reformed theologian from the early 20th century, left us with this widely-appreciated and timeless resource on the New Testament. Complete with well-organized outlines and clearly presented overviews of each New Testament book, this work is a valuable addition to any reference library.
In this classic work from Spurgeon he explores in twenty chapters who the promises of Scripture are for how to know if you are among the promise. It is a work which will both convict and comfort but most of all encourage you on your way to the Celestial City.
Often rated as important as the Bible as a Christian document, this famous story of man’s progress through life in search of salvation remains one of the most entertaining allegories of faith ever written. Set against realistic backdrops of town and country, the powerful drama of the pilgrim’s trials and temptations follows him in his harrowing journey to the Celestial City.
Along a road filled with monsters and spiritual terrors, Christian confronts such emblematic characters as Worldly Wiseman, Giant Despair, Talkative, Ignorance, and the demons of the Valley of the Shadow of Death. But he is also joined by Hopeful and Faithful.
An enormously influential 17th-century classic, universally known for its simplicity, vigor, and beauty of language, The Pilgrim’s Progress remains one of the most widely read books in the English language.
Oswald Chambers brings you a simple approach to prayer. It has little to do with getting what you need from God—and everything to do with God getting what He needs from you.
C. H. Spurgeon writes, “Only God can justify the ungodly, but He can do it to perfection. He casts our sins behind His back; He blots them out. He says that though they be sought for, they shall not be found.”
In an age of limited travel and isolated nations, C.H. Spurgeon preached to over 10,000,000 people in person—sometimes up to 10 times per week. It is in this classic work that Spurgeon most clearly present the message of salvation—man’s ultimate need and God’s unique provision—both simply and sincerely, for honest seekers and zealous witnesses alike.
This puritan classic has been converted to an ebook to share with this and future generation who needs to know how Christ will tenderly deal with those that are his, no matter how often they fall or fail. This is a great book to read and remember when caring for and comforting the Lord’s flock.
Includes a linked table of contents to each chapter and footnote.