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Around the Wicket Gate

Around the Wicket Gate

by Charles Spurgeon

Enter ye in at the narrow gate.—Matthew 7:13 In Around the Wicket Gate, preacher, writer, and theologian C. H. Spurgeon discusses human salvation. Borrowing from John Bunyan's masterful allegory The Pilgrim's Progress, Spurgeon begins with the image of the Wicket Gate, the entry point to the straight and narrow way that all pilgrims must follow to … Read more…

Deeper Christian Life, The

Deeper Christian Life, The

by Andrew Murray

The first and chief need of our Christian life is, Fellowship with God. The Divine life within us comes from God, and is entirely dependent upon Him. As I need every moment afresh the air to breathe, as the s sun every moment afresh sends down its light, so it is only in direct living communication with God that my soul can be strong. The manna o… Read more…

Charles Wesley

Charles Wesley's Journal

by Charles Wesley

Charles Wesley, the brother of John Wesley, helped found the Methodist denomination. He is most well known for the thousands of hymns he wrote, including some that are still well known today. Among those hymns that are still sung by Christians all over the world are "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing," "Christ the Lord is Risen Indeed," "Jesus, Lover of My Soul… Read more…

John Wesley

John Wesley's Collected Sermons

by John Wesley

John Wesley's gift for preaching was the spark that ignited the Methodist movement in eighteenth-century England. In The Collected Sermons of John Wesley, his influential sermons are made available to modern readers in their original language. Readers can experience impassioned messages on topics such as The Nature of Enthusiasm—and how any true expe… Read more…

Necessity of Prayer, The

Necessity of Prayer, The

by E.M. Bounds

In this classic eBook on prayer, author E. M. Bounds paints a clear and complete picture of The Necessity of Prayer. The book's fourteen chapters develop the relationship between prayer and faith, trust, desire, fervency, importunity, character, conduct, obedience, vigilance, the Word of God, and the House of God. Concerning Bounds' unceasing burden for pr… Read more…

Come Ye Children

Come Ye Children

by Charles Spurgeon

In Come Ye Children, C.H. Spurgeon offers his advice on sharing the gospel with children and training them early in the things of God. It is filled with scriptural examples that demonstrate the importance of caring for those who are young in faith, and helping them develop their understanding of the gospel. As Spurgeon explains: "To us all this messag… Read more…

Of Prayer

Of Prayer

by John Calvin

Of Prayer - A perpetual exercise of faith and the daily benefits derived from it. Calvin's exhaustive comments and affirmation of the reality of prayer in the believers life and living. John Calvin (July 10, 1509 – May 27, 1564) was an important French Christian theologian during the Protestant Reformation and is the namesake of the system of C… Read more…

Sermons on Gospel Themes

Sermons on Gospel Themes

by Charles Finney

These sermons were preached by Pres. Finney at Oberlin during the years 1845-1861, and reported from his lips by myself. In taking these reports I aimed to give the heads of the sermons and all the important statements verbatim, to retain always the substance of thought, and especially to seize upon the illustrations and present their essential points. Tak… Read more…

George Mueller

George Mueller's Strategy for Showing God

by John Piper

George Mueller's Strategy for Showing God: Simplicity of Faith, Sacred Scripture and Satisfaction in God. George Mueller's life began as a faithless and dissolute youth. It ended as one of the most remarkable men of God, who daily trusted God's provision for thousands of orphans, who never asked for money for himself or his work, who withstood the trial… Read more…

Charles Simeon: Meditations on the Life

Charles Simeon: Meditations on the Life

by John Piper

Brothers, We Must Not Mind a Little Suffering: Meditations on the Life of Charles Simeon A preacher in England in the late 1700's and early 1800's, Charles Simeon endured suffering in his ministry. As John Piper illustrates in this short biography, Simeon faced a hostile community and congregation that often opposed him. But Simeon, a once haughty yout… Read more…

An Appeal to All That Doubt

An Appeal to All That Doubt

by William Law

William Law was a prolific writer throughout his life, publishing many important works of Christian theology. An Appeal to All That Doubt, published in 1740, has an expansive focus, laying out Law's entire cosmology—beginning with God's creation of the world and the origins of the human soul, extending through the fall and the origin of evil in the world,… Read more…

John Calvin: The Man and His Preaching

John Calvin: The Man and His Preaching

by John Piper

John Calvin: The Divine Majesty of the Word: The Man and His Preaching John Calvin never failed in his ministry of the Word. For Calvin, the Bible was the basis of all his ministry and he was constant and unfailing in his adherence to the faithful Word of God. During his unique life, Calvin passed through many controversies and trials, but he never stra… Read more…


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