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Holiness by J.C. Ryle is one of those books that every believer ought to have on their bookshelf. It is a collection of Ryle's sermons in which he gets straight to the point in a very clear and definite manner. Ryle's thrust in this book is that holiness should be a major aspect and component in every believer's life. 414 pages.
When J. C. Ryle published his Expository Thoughts on the Gospels in 1856 he insisted that he did not prepare them for scholars, but for family and private use. Perhaps this approach is one reason why Ryle's writings have stood out among many others and remain firm favourites in our day.
Here Torrey gives us all a challenging call, setting downt the importance of personal work in the cause of evangelism, as well as advice and instructions on how we, as individuals, can work for Christ and reach out in His Name to those around us. His advice covers various situations and different types of people we may meet; from those who realize their need of a Saviour to those with no concern for their souls. 224 pages.
Torrey looks at some of the various methods that he found to be the most useful and effective in his own ministry. Whether through visitation or in the prayer meeting; by using Gospel tracts or conducting an open-air meeting, Torrey explores the importance and advantages of each, as well as giving advice that will help us to be more effective using these methods. 157 pages.
Torrey offers advice on preparing a sermon, the use of illustrations as well as various methods of teaching, including Topical, Textual and Expository Preaching. This book will help all to effectively minister from the pulpit. This is a must have "How To" manual for all who are involved in teaching and preaching the Word of God. 237 pages.
'Power Through Prayer' will help kindle a fire for prayer amongst its readers. As Bounds points us to the promises of Christ to praying saints, it thrills and exhorts us to bend our knees before our Heavenly Father. 77 pages.
Daily Light has a devotional reading for each day of the year both morning and evening. The selection of Scripture verses day by day allow the Word of God to encourage, challenge and strengthen us in our daily Christian lives. These readings highlight verses and passages of Scripture that are often overlooked and yet bring us a real blessing. 391 pages.
It is often said that a good breakfast sets the day off to a good start. In Morning by Morning C. H. Spurgeon offers a "breakfast for the soul" with writings that are devotional, challenging and brimming with lessons for all of us. 367 pages.
This book may be one of the most challenging and helpful books on the topic of prayer. It is one that will help its reader set a firm foundation of faith in the God who answers prayer, and it will move the Church towards a fervent and passionate prayer life. 109 pages.
The Gospel is the most Wonderous love story that has ever been, and in this book it is declared in clarity and brightness. With his foundation firmly rooted in Holy Scripture Moody has left us a thrilling book that will raise our affections toward the One who has first loved us. 159 pages.
D. L. Moody lays before us the ten commandments as being one test of our standing before God. After considering these he asks "Are we keeping them?" and "Do we keep the law, the whole law?" 110 pages.
F.B. Meyer has written many biographies but perhaps this is his most outstanding. He takes us on a journey through the life of a man who wrote many books of the New Testament and whom God used mightily in the early church. 200 pages.
George Goodman has a great ability in presenting Bible studies in a clear and concise manner. Each Bible study has a text, a main lesson, Scripture to study, and finishes with a practical application. 471 Pages.
This book consists of newspaper articles published during 1859 telling day by day news concerning the Revival as it took place.
In this book VICTOR MAXWELL focuses on twelve missionaries on four continents whose stories demonstrate the enriching and transforming power of the printed page.
Victor Cardoo served the Lord for over four decades as a missionary in Brazil. His story shows the Lord's guidance and leading as a young man and then tells of his the ministry through literature.Price includes postage cost.
This book tells the life story of Mr Ernie Allen, the founder of Revival Movement Association.