The Gift for All People is a celebration of God’s gift of salvation wrapped in a collection of inspirational stories. These stories will help Christians comprehend and treasure the assurance of their salvation and will help non-Christians realize and embrace the gift of abundant, eternal life in Jesus Christ. The concluding story, written especially for this book, urges readers to give their lives to Jesus Christ and shows them how to do so. This book will provide Christians with a unique, warm, and attractive presentation of the gospel to give to non-Christian family or friends.
More than anything, God wants you to be with Him. The God who designed your world, the God who placed you on the planet, simply wants you home with Him. And to bring you home, He offers you a gift…the gift of eternal salvation.
My prayer is that through the pages of this book you’ll see his gift like you’ve never seen it.
If you’ve already accepted it, you’ll thank Him again. And if you’ve never accepted it, I pray that you will. For it’s the gift of a lifetime. A gift for all people.
Depression is a secret pain at the core of many men’s lives, and one that goes largely undiagnosed and untreated. The consequences of not treating male depression are extremely serious. Studies show that suicide is more common in men than women and that the male suicide rate is three times higher at midlife than at any other life stage. In Unmasking Male Depression, Dr. Archibald Hart explores the many forms of depression and gives tools for coping with and healing depression in men. Hart also examines the lives of Christian leaders who struggled with depression, such as Charles Spurgeon, Martin Luther, and John Calvin, to reveal the myths surrounding this illness
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Do you want to know if your name is written in the Lamb’s Book of Life? Jesus’ Intimacy with His Bride provides specific Scriptures, which you can examine in order to be sure that you are one of many whom the Father has chosen to be the intimate Bride He promised to His Son, Jesus Christ. Do you want to know how to be intimate from your heart in your moment by moment walk with Jesus as you face daily trials of life? This book teaches from the Scriptures how the Holy Spirit transforms you into Christlikeness moment by moment through an intimate decision making a relationship of love to Jesus by faith in His Word. Examine each Scripture for yourself in this book and let them affirm to you that when your appointed time on earth is over, you will hear Jesus say, “Well done good and faithful servant….Enter into the joy of your Lord.” (Matthew 25:21).
During severe illness, Richard Baxter wrote ‘The Saint’s Everlasting Rest’ to reflect upon what true and enduring rest the Christian has which is focusing on Christ and his work for the believer. There are many that have been encouraged by this book and it may help to lift your soul in trying times.
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Publisher: Reformation Heritage Books
The book of Psalms occupies a unique place in Scripture, being both the Word from God and words to God from His people. Unfortunately, psalm singing no longer plays an integral part of worship in most evangelical churches. In this book, thirteen well-respected scholars urge the church to rediscover the treasure of the Psalms as they examine the history of psalm singing in the church, present biblical reasons for the liturgical practice, and articulate the practical value it provides us today.
Table of Contents:
Foreword —W. Robert Godfrey
Part 1: Psalm Singing in History
1. From Cassian to Cranmer: Singing the Psalms from Ancient Times until the Dawning of the Reformation — Hughes Oliphant Old and Robert Cathcart
2. Psalm Singing in Calvin and the Puritans — Joel R. Beeke
3. The History of Psalm Singing in the Christian Church — Terry Johnson
4. Psalters, Hymnals, Worship Wars, and American Presbyterian Piety — D. G. Hart
Part 2: Psalm Singing in Scripture
5. Psalm Singing and Scripture — Rowland S. Ward
6. The Hymns of Christ: The Old Testament Formation of the New Testament Hymnal — Michael LeFebvre
7. Christian Cursing? — David P. Murray
8. The Case for Psalmody, with Some Reference to the Psalter’s Sufficiency for Christian Worship — Malcolm H. Watts
Part 3: Psalm Singing and the Twenty-First-Century Church
9. Psalm Singing and Redemptive-Historical Hermeneutics: Geerhardus Vos’s “Eschatology of the Psalter” Revisited — Anthony T. Selvaggio
10. Psalm Singing and Pastoral Theology — Derek W. H. Thomas
11. Psalmody and Prayer — J. V. Fesko (more…)
Winner of the 2014 Christian Book of the Year Award
“I’M TOO BUSY!” We’ve all heard it. We’ve all said it. All too often, busyness gets the best of us.
Just one look at our jam-packed schedules tells us how hard it can be to strike a well-reasoned balance between doing nothing and doing it all.
That’s why award-winning author and pastor Kevin DeYoung addresses the busyness problem head-on in his newest book, Crazy Busy — and not with the typical arsenal of time management tips, but rather with the biblical tools we need to get to the source of the issue and pull the problem out by the roots.
Highly practical and super short, Crazy Busy will help you put an end to “busyness as usual.”
This is a story of dreaming big and working hard, of spectacular success and breathtaking failure, of shouted questions, and, at long last, whispered answers. With trademark wit and heart, Phil Vischer shares how God can use the death of a dream to point us toward true success.
Larry. Bob. Archibald. These VeggieTales stars are the most famous vegetables you’ll ever eat. Oops, meet. Their antics are known around the world. But so much of the VeggieTales story hasn’t been told. In Me, Myself, and Bob, Phil Vischer, founder of Big Idea and creator of VeggieTales, gives a behind-the-scenes look at his not-so-funny journey with the loveable veggies. From famed creator to bankrupt dreamer, Vischer shares his story of trial and ultimate triumph as God inspired him with one big idea after another.