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In this grab bag we have 3 eBooks from Harvest House which were published by Terry Glaspey. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.
Publisher: Reformation Heritage Books
Price: $2.99 (Jan 19-20)
‘Godly Prayer and Its Answers’ is an extended meditation upon Christ’s promise in John 14:13–14, “And whatsoever ye shall ask in my name, that will I do, that the Father may be glorified in the Son. If ye shall ask any thing in my name, I will do it.” However, in the process of touching upon everything stated and implied in the text, Brown produces a full and complete treatment of the doctrine of prayer in a manner calculated to promote the exercise of faith in Jesus Christ. (more…)
One of the most personal and powerful acts a Christian can engage in is prayer. Yet many believers struggle with their prayer lives, wondering whether they are really making a difference and how they can be more effective. Delving deep into the biblical understanding of prayer, beloved author and leader Derek Prince shows readers the secret to leading a dynamic prayer life, how to receive what they ask for, and how to align themselves with the heart of God. Practical strategies like fasting, biblical study, discipline, and consistency are extensively explained and illustrated by powerful testimonies. This is a life-changing book.
Our present greatest need is revival.
David Matthews was one of the participants of the Welsh revival, and I Saw the Welsh Revival is his personal impression of the 1904 revival in Wales. First published by Moody Press, it is published again to recall the might days of a century ago when revival fire spread throughout the principality of Wales and beyond.
I Saw the Welsh Revival will stimulate preachers and churches and encourage spiritually-minded people to continue in prayer for a modern-day outpouring of the Holy Spirit in revival power.
John Calvin understood the importance of prayer to the Christian life and wrote extensively on the subject in his ‘Institutes of the Christian Religion’. Now modern readers can come to a firmer grasp of how the Reformer viewed prayer by reading his actual prayers. One of the greatest depositories for Calvin’s prayers is within his lectures on the Old Testament books of Jeremiah, Lamentations, Ezekiel, and the twelve Minor Prophets. Each lecture would end with a prayer that seemed extemporaneous and reflected, in retrospect, upon the text he had just taught. Compiled in this volume are 150 of these prayers, arranged by subject and accompanied by the Scripture passage Calvin was expounding. These rich prayers of the great Reformer provide a valuable devotional tool to assist us as we lift up our hearts to God.
Dustin W. Benge is the senior pastor of First Baptist Church in Jackson, Kentucky. He is currently a PhD candidate at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky.
“Dustin Benge has made a great treasure accessible for all of us. These prayers of Calvin can now be enjoyed and used, and can be of great personal profit. A fresh and fine volume. A book to read and to practice repeatedly.” — Herman J. Selderhuis, author of John Calvin: A Pilgrim’s Life
“Dustin Benge has done the church a great service by compiling this generous selection of prayers by the great Genevan Reformer, John Calvin. Extracted from his luminous Old Testament Commentaries, these fervent intercessions reveal the warm piety that accompanied this theological genius. Calvin’s personal logo was an open hand, holding a heart, extended upward to God with the words, ‘My heart I offer to Thee, Lord, promptly and sincerely.’ This book clearly demonstrates such singular devotion to God. Here is Calvin’s high doxology, arising upward from his high theology. And here is his exaltation of God, ascending from sound exegesis and exposition. By reading these prayers, I have no doubt but that your own heart will be likewise inflamed.” — Steven J. Lawson, author of The Expository Genius of John Calvin
“‘I would never have chosen to write a book on the prayer life. What a subject – and how hypocritical one feels in making the attempt! This cannot be an exhaustive treatise; the very idea that anyone could cover the whole field of prayer in a kind of technical manual is ridiculous. But there might be some simple guidelines in these pages that can be put to use in your churches and fellowship groups. I have deliberately tried to let each chapter stand on its own, so that the reader can feel easy about dipping into the pages at random.”
Richard Bewes in his introduction
In this grab bag we have 5 e-books from Cross-Points. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.