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These booklets treat matters that are vital to Christian experience, and each contribution aims to address a wide variety of people and circumstances at a fundamental and introductory level. This includes teaching people what to believe in order to practice personal holiness as well as specific directions on how to cultivate biblical godliness in relation to issues that are common to God’s people. The distinctive feature of this series is its experiential tone. While some booklet series aim to enlighten the mind, these booklets aim to warm the affections as well. The goal is to promote communion with the triune God and to transform the entire person in thought, speech, and behavior.
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Are you dying? If not, then you have not yet begun to live. The Bible teaches us that when God forgives a person by the death of Jesus Christ, He starts a process in him of dying daily—putting his sinful habits to death as he lives in union with Christ. Though being born again brings fundamental changes in a person’s soul, every Christian has sin remaining in him. Pastor Geoffrey Thomas explains how Christians can fight and conquer sin in their lives by the grace of Christ so that they grow to be more like Jesus, living wholeheartedly for the Lord one day at a time…
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2. How Do Preaching and Corporate Prayer Work Together? – Ryan M. McGraw (Sale Price: $0.99)
3. How Should Teens Read the Bible? – Joel R. Beeke (Sale Price: $0.99)
4. How Should We Develop Biblical Friendship? – Joel R. Beeke and Michael Haykin (Sale Price: $0.99)
5. What Does It Mean to Love God? – Maurice Roberts (Sale Price: $0.99)
6. What Is a Christian? – Ryan McGraw (Sale Price: $0.99)
7. What Is Experiential Calvinism? – Ian Hamilton (Sale Price: $0.99)
8. Why Should I Fast? – Daniel R. Hyde (Sale Price: $0.99)
9. Why Should You Deny Yourself? – Ryan M. McGraw (Sale Price: $0.99)
The book that we’ve filled y’all in about plenty of times is currently on sale:
Going Beyond the Five Points:
Pursuing a More Comprehensive Reformation
By Dr. Richard C. Barcellos, Dr. Sam Waldron, Earl M. Blackburn, Dr. Robert Martin
General Editor: Rob Ventura
In recent years, a doctrinal shift has taken place among believers so great that even the secular press has taken notice. Christians across denominational lines are laying hold of the biblical truth of God’s electing love and saving grace in Christ, commonly called “Calvinism.” For many, this marks the beginning of a deeper study into the whole counsel of God in Scripture. A thirst to be thoroughly biblical in all areas of life is driving a more comprehensive present-day reformation beyond the famous “five points.” This book captures the voices of seasoned Reformed pastors graciously guiding and encouraging Christ’s beloved sheep to press on and to seek the “old paths, where the good way is” (Jer. 6:16). In this anthology you will be instructed concerning the abiding relevance of the Ten Commandments, God-centered worship, the masterful unfolding of God’s great plan of redemption through divine covenants, the identity, nature, and work of the church, and the help that confessions of faith lend to our grasp of God’s glorious Word.
Table of Contents:
Editor’s Preface | Rob Ventura
Foreword | Dr. James White
Chapter 1 – The Ten Commandments and the Christian | Dr. Richard C. Barcellos
Chapter 2 – The Regulative Principle | Dr. Sam Waldron
Chapter 3 – Covenant Theology | Earl Blackburn
Chapter 4 – The Church | Earl Blackburn
Chapter 5 – The Legitimacy and Use of Confessions of Faith | Dr. Robert Paul Martin
Print Length: 260 pages
Text-to-Speech: Enabled [Kindle]
Two of the following books feature 1689’rs (the ones in bold with a picture).
I came across this huge sale today from B&H Academic on their Perspectives series (multiple views written by various authors in one volume)… check out all of them below, only a buck each on Kindle!
The nine books are: Perspectives on……
3) The Sabbath
A Catechism for Boys and Girls
by A. W. Pink
The Seven Sayings of the Saviour on the Cross, Dr. Pink illustrates clearly the lessons that emerge out of the seven utterances of Christ on the cross, filling the reader with the glory of the redemptive message. Pink uses one chapter, for each of the seven things Jesus said while dying: the word of Forgiveness (Luke 23:34), the word of Salvation (Luke 23:42-43), the word of Affection (John 19:25-27), the word of Anguish (Matthew 27:46), the word of Suffering (John 19:28), the word of Victory (John 19:30) and the word of Contentment (Luke 23:46). Each of the seven chapters is then broken down into seven profound insights on what Jesus said, why he said it, and the far reaching implications for us who hear it.
Dr. Arthur W. Pink (1886-1952) served as a pastor for churches in Colorado, California, Kentucky, and South Carolina. His ministry brought him throughout the United States, Australia, and Great Britain.
A Catechism for Boys and Girls
by Erroll Hulse
This simple catechism is very helpful for teaching young children to understand and remember the basic truths of the Christian faith.
Erroll Hulse serves as Associate Pastor at Leeds Reformed Baptist Church in Leeds, England. Since 1970, he has edited and written extensively for Reformation Today, a bi-monthly international magazine that includes a variety of doctrinal, historical, practical, and expository articles as well as worldwide news. He has authored numerous books and articles.
Pastor Hulse studied theology under Principal E F Kevan at the London Bible College; and while in London, he benefited from the ministry of Dr D Martyn Lloyd-Jones. His pastorates in the UK include 23 years in Cuckfield, West Sussex, three years in Liverpool, and nineteen years as Associate Pastor with a missions mandate at Leeds Reformed Baptist Church.
The Holy Spirit
by Geoffrey Thomas
The Holy Spirit is often treated as either a dry doctrine for our mouths to recite or raw power to ignite our emotions. Geoff Thomas shows us that the Holy Spirit is both infinitely glorious and intensely personal. Neither a theory nor a force, the Spirit is God and acts as our God in gathering a people to Himself. This book follows the scriptural revelation of the Spirit from Genesis to Pentecost to today, covering such topics as His personality and Deity, His inspiration and anointing in the Old Testament, His conviction and regeneration, the spiritual gifts, putting to death sinful deeds by the Spirit, His sealing, and spiritual revival. It will help believers to know how much the Spirit of God loves them, and will help them to love the Spirit with all their hearts—and with Him, the whole Triune God. It may also help unbelievers to begin to thirst for the living water which they desperately need.
Table of Contents:
- The Holy Spirit: the Infinite Personal God
- The Holy Spirit in the Old Testament
- The Inspiration of Old Testament Prophets
- The Anointing Spirit of God
- Blaspheming of the Holy Spirit
- Asking for the Holy Spirit
- Spirit Birthing Spirit
- The Father Sends the Counselor
- The Spirit Convicts the World of Its Guilt
- Preparing for Pentecost
- What Happened at Pentecost
- The Preaching of Pentecost
- Did You Receive the Holy Spirit?
- The Spirit Buries Our Misdeeds and Intercedes for Us
- The Gifts of the Holy Spirit
- The Most Excellent Way of Love
- The Sealing of the Holy Spirit
- The Love of the Holy Spirit
- The Holy Spirit and Revival
- The Authority of the Holy Spirit
- The Spirit and Ministry
Print Length: 272 pages
Publisher: Reformation Heritage Books (December 27, 2011)
We are happy to announce that Abraham Booth’s 18th century “Essay on the Kingdom of Christ” is now available on Amazon.com as an ebook [ $0.99 | £0.99 ] or here in PDF format (FREE and now .modi and .ePub format ). We have edited and reformatted the book for ebook publication. This essay has been quite influential in the development of our own thoughts regarding the nature of the kingdom of heaven, as distinct and set apart from the earthy and temporal kingdoms of this world. We hope you get as much from it as we did.
An Essay on the Kingdom of Christ [Kindle Edition]
by Abraham Booth
Abraham Booth (1734-1806) was a confessional particular baptist pastor in England. He wrote “An Essay on the Kingdom of Christ” in 1783 as a commentary on the Church of England. His essay builds upon an inherited foundation of baptist covenant theology known today as 1689 Federalism.
In Booth’s essay, the glory of the kingdom of Christ shines brightly as he distinguishes it from every kingdom on earth, including the “Israelitish Theocracy.” His was a day in which ideas mattered, and his ideas, shared by others, as representative of a long covenantal tradition, had significant consequences in America, and eventually throughout the world. Today is still a day in which ideas matter, because ideas always matter. Our hope is that Booth’s essay will aid you in thinking upon Christ and his kingdom as you sojourn on this earth.
Print Length: 78 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Publisher: Reformed Libertarian (April 8, 2015)
You may read the Foreword here, or in the PDF below along with the entire essay:
An EXPOSITION Of the First Chapter of the Song of Solomon
Wherein the Text is Analyzed, the
Allegories are explained, and the hidden Mysteries are unveiled according to
The Proportion of Faith.
Upon every Verse
- Originally Published in 1656
- Hanserd Knollys (1599–1691) was an English particular Baptist minister.
- Print Length: 102 pages
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
[HT: Jonathan Bennett]
John Spilsbury was one of the prominent leaders of the newly emerging Particular Baptist churches in early 17th century England. Despite having no real formal education, he became the doctrinal heart and soul and the pastoral guide for a movement that would eventually comprise the largest evangelical body of believers in the world. This Baptist founding father is an enigma to most church historians, but to those who know of his commitment to biblical authority and truth, of his rejection of popes and ecclesiastical hierarchy, of his commitment to clear confessions of faith, of his staunch reformed theology, and his belief in credo-baptism—for those who know the historic John Spilsbury, they know him not only as the Pioneer of the Particular English Baptists, but as a Protestant evangelical willing to surrender his life for the sake of Jesus Christ, His word, and His church. John Spilsbury was a bright shining star in a world of darkness and persecution.
Print Length: 130 pages
Publisher: Charis Publications (January 7, 2011)
[HT: Jonathan Bennett]
Tom Nettles believes that Southern Baptist churches are still in the midst of reformation-reformation that began with the conservative resurgence but continues today. It continues because reformation requires much more that the recovery of biblical authority. Reformation must penetrate deep; it requires time, patience, sacrifice, and honest self-criticism. Modern day reformers must enact a serious reengagement with doctrinal and practical ideas of the past, for failure to do so may result in an aborted reformation.
Print Length: 164 pages
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group (December 9, 2013)
by Charles Spurgeon
When the American evangelist D.L. Moody spoke in the Metropolitan Tabernacle in October 1892, he recalled an earlier visit twenty-five years previously. He had come four thousand miles, he said, to hear C.H. Spurgeon, but what impressed him most was not the sermon, nor the singing of the great congregation, but Spurgeon’s prayer. Such was his access to God that he seemed to be able to bring down power from heaven. This was the great secret, Moody believed, of Spurgeon’s influence and success.
This collection of prayers drawn primarily from Sunday morning services at the Tabernacle will make a similar impression on readers today. In this book we see Spurgeon come into the presence of God with deep reverence, yet with unquestioning child-like confidence, to plead God’s promises in Scripture and to revel in the nearness to God into which Christ has brought all who believe. The Pastor in Prayer will inspire those who lead public worship and all Christians with a fresh sense of the privilege of prayer, and a renewed desire to ‘come boldly to the throne of grace’., there to ‘obtain mercy and find grace to help in time of need’.
The complete works of the Rev. Andrew Fuller : with a memoir of his life. 1,118 Pages.