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Union and Communion

Union and Communion

by J. Hudson Taylor

This little book, whose design is to lead the devout Bible student into the Green Pastures of the Good Shepherd, thence to the Banqueting House of the King, and thence to the service of the Vineyard, is one of the abiding legacies of Mr. Hudson Taylor to the Church. In the power of an evident unction from the Holy One, he has been enabled herein to unfold … Read more…

John Bunyan: Suffering and Service in the Life

John Bunyan: Suffering and Service in the Life

by John Piper

To Live Upon God That is Invisible: Suffering and Service in the Life of John Bunyan To Live Upon God That is Invisible: Suffering and Service in the Life of John Bunyan by John Piper is a free eBook taken from the 1999 Bethlehem Conference for Pastors. Piper places Bunyan's life and work in the context of suffering and service. Bunyan, the author of… Read more…

An Humble, Earnest, and Affectionate Address to the Clergy

An Humble, Earnest, and Affectionate Address to the Clergy

by William Law

William Law was a prolific and impassioned writer, and produced many important works on Christian doctrine throughout his life. His final work, A Humble, Earnest, and Affectionate Address to the Clergy, was written in 1761 and taken to press only a few days before his death. Despite its title, Law's Humble Address is primarily a theological work, not a… Read more…

Rotherham Emphasized Bible

Rotherham Emphasized Bible

Joseph B. Rotherham first began to publish his EMPHASIZED BIBLE in 1868 and completed his work in 1902. THIS "electronic" version of Rotherham's Emphasized Bible does not provide a "one-for-one" transposition of Mr. Rotherham's printed page, as set forth in Rotherham's Emphasized Bible. Mr. Rotherham used "markers" to distinguish various levels of (or… Read more…

Weymouth New Testament

Weymouth New Testament

The New Testament in Modern Speech: an idiomatic translation into everyday English from the text of The Resultant Greek Testament by Richard Francis Weymouth; edited and partly revised by Ernest Hampden-Cook, 1903. This version was designed chiefly "to furnish a succinct and compressed running commentary (not doctrinal) to be used side by side with traditi… Read more…

Of Justification by Faith & Works

Of Justification by Faith & Works

by William Law

The idea of justification—the means by which a believer comes into right relationship with God— has been hotly debated throughout many periods of Christian history. Is it by grace? Is it through obeying God's law? Is it by faith? Is it by works? William Law, British theologian and prolific writer, adds his own perspective to the debate in his tr… Read more…

John Wesley the Evangelist

John Wesley the Evangelist

by Richard Green

This biography of John Wesley spans his whole life, giving a sketch of his life, theology and ministry. The founder of Methodism, a prolific speaker and a man of deep faith, John Wesley comes alive in this biography. Based on Wesley's letter and sermons as well as previous biographies, this biography aims to reveal the crucible of trials where Wesley's fai… Read more…

John Newton: The Tough Roots of his Habitual Tenderness

John Newton: The Tough Roots of his Habitual Tenderness

by John Piper

John Newton: The Tough Roots of his Habitual Tenderness by John Piper is a free eBook taken from the 2001 Bethlehem Conference for Pastors. John Newton, the wayward, debauched slave trader who came to Christ and wrote the beloved hymn "Amazing Grace," was much more than an example of God's saving power. He pastored congregations in Olney and London for 4… Read more…

John Wesley

John Wesley's Address to the Clergy

by John Wesley

This short but valuable eBook reveals the heart of John Wesley's message to pastors. Beginning at a point of real humility, Wesley considers the gifts of the Spirit and the grace of Jesus. Throughout the message, Wesley offers a series of penetrating questions that every pastor should be able to answer. The end of John Wesley's Address to the Clergy asks h… Read more…

The Way to Divine Knowledge

The Way to Divine Knowledge

by William Law

Although he was a prolific writer throughout his life, there is a nine-year break in William Law's publishing between 1740 and 1749. It is believed that during that period, Law undertook a systematic study of the works of the famous German mystic, Jacob Boehme. Profoundly influenced by Boehme and other Christian mystics, William Law's own writing take a di… Read more…

John Owen: Reflections on the Life and Thought

John Owen: Reflections on the Life and Thought

by John Piper

The Chief Design of My Life: Mortification and Universal Holiness; Reflections on the Life and Thought of John Owen The impact and influence of John Owen's theology has been widespread throughout Christianity. This shorty biography by John Piper, The Chief Design of My Life: Mortification and Universal Holiness; Reflections on the Life and Thought of … Read more…

St. Augustine: The Life and Thought

St. Augustine: The Life and Thought

by John Piper

Beside Jesus and Paul, no one man has had a greater impact on Christianity than Augustine. His writings have influenced Catholics, Protestants and atheists. His life displays the power of Christ's redemptive love. He wrote five million words on Christianity. Yet, in the short biography The Swan Is Not Silent: Sovereign Joy in the Life and Thought of St. Au… Read more…


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