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Humility

Humility

by Andrew Murray

The ebook Humility: The Beauty of Holiness by Andrew Murray reveals that "meekness and lowliness of heart are the chief mark by which they who follow the meek and lowly Lamb of God are to be known." In this age of pride in affluence, status and appearance, Murray's message is very timely: "Humility is the only soil in which the graces root. Pride must di… Read more…

Does God Believe in Atheists?

Does God Believe in Atheists?

by John Blanchard

The scope of this eBook is impressive and broad, and the precision of its arguments is thorough and accurate. In this eBook, John Blanchard exposes the intellectual failures of Atheism, starting with the Greek philosophers like Socrates through the existentialism of Sarte and Camus. Blanchard attacks Darwinism in its present form, displaying its fradulant … Read more…

The Way of the Master

The Way of the Master

by Ray Comfort and Kirk Cameron

The Way of the Master reveals an almost forgotten and forsaken Biblical truth that has the power to bring salvation to human hearts. This eBook contains a proven and effective way of making the gospel real to the unsaved people of this world. This evangelistic method is so rooted in the Scriptures that once you see it, you will wonder how you could have mi… Read more…

Overcoming Panic Attacks

Overcoming Panic Attacks

by Ray Comfort

More than 3 million people in the United States suffer from or will develop a panic disorder. Perhaps you or someone you know is afflicted with devastating panic attacks, and you may not know what to do. Ray Comfort, co-host of the award-winning television show "The Way of the Master" and author of the book of the same name and the Evidence Bible, has real… Read more…

Jeremiah: Priest and Prophet

Jeremiah: Priest and Prophet

by F.B. Meyer

F.B. Meyer's biography of the great prophet Jeremiah examines the deep similarities between the sufferings of Jeremiah and the sufferings of Christ. Jeremiah: Priest and Prophet, written like only Meyer could, retells Jeremiah's life story framed in the New Testament perspective of Christ as the Savior who suffered and died for us. Meyer begins his biograp… Read more…

Crossway Classic Commentary - 1 Corinthians

Crossway Classic Commentary - 1 Corinthians

by Charles Hodge

1 Corinthians, one of Paul's epistles to the church at Corinth, is a masterpiece of spiritual truth applied to church crises of belief and practice. Hodge's commentary on it is an undeniable classic. CROSSWAY CLASSIC COMMENTARY Throughout the history of Christianity, many great minds have devoted themselves to the study and exploration of the Bib… Read more…

David: Shepherd, Psalmist, King

David: Shepherd, Psalmist, King

by F.B. Meyer

F.B. Meyer penned biographies of the most famous Biblical figures, including Israel's greatest king, David. In David: Shepherd, Psalmist, King Meyer puts his mighty prose to work, capturing the very spirit and life of this "man after God's own heart." Concentrating on the years that transformed David from a lowly shepherd to the greatest king of Israel, Me… Read more…

The Work of the Holy Spirit

The Work of the Holy Spirit

by Abraham Kuyper

Knowing the Holy Spirit is a primary goal for many believers today. Much is said and written on Christ and God, the first two members of the trinity, but here is perhaps the best exposition on the Holy Spirit available. Who is the Holy Spirit? Does the Holy Spirit work in my life? What does the Bible say about the Holy Spirit? In The Work of the Holy Spiri… Read more…

Crossway Classic Commentary - Genesis

Crossway Classic Commentary - Genesis

by John Calvin

In this commentary on Genesis, John Calvin, the celebrated Reformer and renowned expositor of scripture, explores critical passages of the Bible's first book. Abridged and adapted for the contemporary reader, this volume brings Calvin's eloquent commentary and insightful analysis into the present. An excellent and historic guide for students considering th… Read more…

Crossway Classic Commentary - Hebrews

Crossway Classic Commentary - Hebrews

by John Owen

John Owen's commentary on Hebrews will inspire contemporary believers as they seek to uphold and defend Christianity in a pluralistic world. The author of Hebrews wanted his audience to know and understand one truth: Christ is superior, and therefore, so is Christianity. He demonstrates this by comparing the imperfect old covenant with the perfect new co… Read more…

Reading the New Testament - Hebrews and James

Reading the New Testament - Hebrews and James

by Marie Isaacs

Reading Hebrews and James: A Literary and Theological Commentary provides a clear path through the unique and often divisive Letter to the Hebrews and Letter of James. Isaacs's commentary on these two letters expertly considers questions of authorship and historical context while also making both Hebrews and James undeniably relevant for today's faith. Preac… Read more…

Song of the Shepherd: Meeting the God of Grace in Psalm 23

Song of the Shepherd: Meeting the God of Grace in Psalm 23

by Tony Horsfall

"The Lord is my shepherd," the opening words of King David's most famous and loved psalm, speak of the powerful biblical image of Jesus our shepherd and us, the sheep of his flock. In the eBook Song of the Shepherd: Meeting the God of Grace in Psalm 23, Tony Horsfall invites us into a true and lasting relationship, founded on grace, with the Shepherd we c… Read more…

Nothing is Impossible with God

Nothing is Impossible with God

by Kathryn Kuhlman

The power of faith and miracles is revealed in Nothing is Impossible with God in its most heartfelt form. This eBook tells the amazing stories of those who were healed of physical afflictions, mental anguish or drug addictions at Kathryn Kuhlman's miracle services. The testimonies in this book are truly poignant. What people, doctors or psychologists could… Read more…

A Glimpse into Glory

A Glimpse into Glory

by Kathryn Kuhlman

Kathryn Kulhman's own stories and words are the substance of A Glimpse into Glory. She tells of her own experiences and beliefs in the honest, plain-spoken style that marked her ministry. With "faith and gumption" and in her "Missouri cornbread" way, Kathryn Kuhlman reveals the principles and practices that guided her fifty year ministry with chapters on s… Read more…

Crossway Classic Commentary - Proverbs

Crossway Classic Commentary - Proverbs

by Charles Bridges

New to the series is Charles Bridges' work on Proverbs. Covering small questions and large, this book of the Bible offers advice on every imaginable area. It is a collection of kernels of truth that give the faithful reader a practical understanding of how to live. Bridges' classic insights, carefully abridged and stylistically adapted, provide stimulating… Read more…

Crossway Classic Commentary - Galatians

Crossway Classic Commentary - Galatians

by Martin Luther

Luther's commentary on Galatians is considered among the finest of all time. Abridged and stylistically adapted for today's readers, his astounding work is part of the Crossway Classic Commentary series. CROSSWAY CLASSIC COMMENTARY Throughout the history of Christianity, many great minds have devoted themselves to the study and exploration of the … Read more…

Am I Being Deceived?

Am I Being Deceived?

by Mark Virkler and Patti Virkler

How can I be spiritual without becoming "New Age?" What does the bible teach concerning visualization? How do Pharisees react to the move of the Holy Spirit? What does the Bible say about dreams, visions, and imagination? What does the Bible say about faith versus a positive mental attitude? In Am I Being Deceived?, learn the answers to these questions an… Read more…

Solomon Latte

Solomon Latte

Solomon Latte, a Coffee Cup Bible Study, contains a Monday through Friday Bible study, complete with the Biblical Text in the NET Bible translation, questions and application-oriented devotionals for lighter weekend reading. This study explores the love poetry in Song of Solomon, filled with sensual imagery, and shows the beauty of God's design for human sex… Read more…

Gospel Code, The

Gospel Code, The

by Ben Witherington

In The Gospel Code, Ben Witherington III confronts the controversial claims presented in The Da Vinci Code with the sure-footedness of a New Testament scholar, yet in the plain language that any interested reader can follow. He takes us back to the early centuries after Jesus' death and tells us what we can really know about Jesus, Mary Magdalene, the … Read more…

Growing Leaders: Reflections on Leadership, Life and Jesus

Growing Leaders: Reflections on Leadership, Life and Jesus

by James Lawrence

This eBook's straightforward examination of leadership is a help to Christian ministers and congregational leaders from all denominations. James Lawrence, recognizing the leadership crisis in Christianity, uses the leadership model from the Arrow Leadership Programme developed by the Church Pastoral Aid Society to grow mature Christian leaders. Growing Lea… Read more…

Run, Baby, Run

Run, Baby, Run

by Nicky Cruz

Nicky Cruz's powerful story of redemption, salvation and transformation is a powerful testament to the glorious transformative power of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. In Run, Baby, Run, Nicky Cruz tells his story. A vicious fighter, criminal, drug user, drunkard, and thief, he was the leader of one of New York City's most violent gangs, the Mau Maus. But all … Read more…

Joshua and the Land of Promise

Joshua and the Land of Promise

by F.B. Meyer

Joshua and the Land of Promise tells, in vivid language, the story of the conquest and conqueror of Canaan, the Good Land promised to the Israelites by God. F.B. Meyer, drawing from the Old and New Testaments to explain Joshua, mixes a large amount of descriptive prose of Joshua's life with plenty of application to practical Christian living and an inner w… Read more…

Israel: A Prince with God

Israel: A Prince with God

by F.B. Meyer

The life of Israel vividly reveals the redemptive power of God in any person. Jacob, the trickster, supplanter and conniver became Israel: A Prince with God. F.B. Meyer does not hide or try to explain away Jacob's imperfections; instead, Meyer uses them to illustrate the transformative work of God over the life of a man as difficult as Jacob. Jacob, who wr… Read more…

God

God's Passion for His Glory

by John Piper, John Piper and Jonathan Edwards

Half John Piper and half Jonathon Edwards, God's Passion for His Glory includes the full text of Jonathon Edwards' treatise The End for which God Created the World and John Piper's thoughtful examination of Edwards' thesis. Edwards' maintains that God's ultimate goal is the manifestation of His glory in the highest happiness of His people. Piper expands an… Read more…

Living by the Fruit of the Spirit

Living by the Fruit of the Spirit

by Don M. Aycock

How can we know God in our lives? How can we experience the reality of His presence in our walk with the Lord? The fruit of the Spirit - Love, Joy, Peace, Patience, Kindness, Goodness, Faithfulness, Gentleness and Self-Control - hold the keys to a life lived in the presence of God. Living by the Fruit of the Spirit by Don M. Aycock shows how the fruit of t… Read more…

Crossway Classic Commentary - Isaiah

Crossway Classic Commentary - Isaiah

by John Calvin

In this great work on Isaiah, John Calvin notes the numerous prophetic passages that were fulfilled during Christ's earthly ministry, and expounds with anticipation upon those yet to be realized. CROSSWAY CLASSIC COMMENTARY Throughout the history of Christianity, many great minds have devoted themselves to the study and exploration of the Bible in … Read more…

Crossway Classic Commentary - Jeremiah and Lamentations

Crossway Classic Commentary - Jeremiah and Lamentations

by John Calvin

The wisdom of the ages can still be read through the Crossway Classic Commentary series, history's finest commentaries on individual books of the Bible. Each volume has been carefully edited and tailored for today's reader, but also carefully preserves the original meaning and message of the expositor. In this work on Jeremiah and Lamentations, John Calvin… Read more…

Crossway Classic Commentary - 2 Corinthians

Crossway Classic Commentary - 2 Corinthians

by Charles Hodge

Second Corinthians shows the value of earthly trials—God's power at work in our weakness, inner renewal, eternal treasures. CROSSWAY CLASSIC COMMENTARY Throughout the history of Christianity, many great minds have devoted themselves to the study and exploration of the Bible in pursuit of spiritual insight. Believers today are fortunate to bene… Read more…

That

That's Just Your Interpretation

by Paul Copan

"Hey, it's all relative." As our society becomes more and more relativistic, Christians can find it harder and harder to confidently articulate the foundations of their faith. Because we live in a "culture of truth decay," as Paul Copan calls it, Christians confront more and more tough questions when they seek to share their faith with others. In T… Read more…

Pictures from Pilgrim

Pictures from Pilgrim's Progress

by Charles Spurgeon

Charles Spurgeon's favorite work was Pilgrim's Progress by John Bunyan. Spurgeon claimed he had read it over 100 times, and his wife would frequently read it to him for relaxation. He often quoted Bunyan in his sermons declaring, "Though his writings are charmingly full of poetry, yet he cannot give us his Pilgrim's Progress — that sweetest of all prose po… Read more…

The Bible and The Newspaper

The Bible and The Newspaper

by Charles Spurgeon

One of the unique attractions of Charles Haddon Spurgeon's preaching was his unique method of crafting messages which were both rich in substance and clear in presentation. Spurgeon rejected the highbrow attitude of the aristocratic Victorians of the day and instead preached directly to the masses in the popular language of the day. He used illustrations fro… Read more…

Heart to Heart

Heart to Heart

by Kathryn Kuhlman

From Kathryn Kuhlman's heart to yours, Heart to Heart with Kathryn Kuhlman offers eleven messages to stir you and encourage you. Kathryn once said that Christian character isn't made on the mountaintop, it's made in the valley. Yet it's through the valleys to the mountaintops that Kathryn leads you in these messages, as she shares with you the wisdom sh… Read more…

Never Too Late

Never Too Late

by Kathryn Kuhlman

Never Too Late: The Journey of a Catholic Woman From Despair to Deliverance is the stirring testimony of Marion Burgio, a middle-aged Roman Catholic woman who developed an extremely debilitating form of multiple sclerosis. After countless operations and medical procedures, still unable to walk and nearly blind, Mrs. Burgio was invited by a friend to atten… Read more…

Reading the New Testament - Matthew

Reading the New Testament - Matthew

by David E. Garland

Reading Matthew: A Literary and Theological Commentary provides thorough guidance through Matthew's story of Jesus. Garland's commentary reveals the movement of the story's plot while also highlighting the theology of Matthew. Reading Matthew is an essential book for students and ministers studying the first Gospel. "Garland's commentary is an eminently… Read more…

Reading the New Testament - Acts

Reading the New Testament - Acts

by Charles H. Talbert

Answers to the usual introductory questions do not yield sufficient harvest to enable an intelligent reading of Acts. The approach of Reading Acts: A Literary and Theological Commentary is to ask how ancient Mediterranean auditors would have heard Acts when it was read in their presence. To be successful Talbert divides this approach into two parts— how Ac… Read more…

Reading the New Testament - 1 Peter, Jude, and 2 Peter

Reading the New Testament - 1 Peter, Jude, and 2 Peter

by Earl J. Richard

Reading 1 Peter, Jude, and 2 Peter: A Literary and Theological Commentary is dedicated to the study of three late, little-known biblical works that historically have been relegated to the lesser works of the New Testament. Reading 1 Peter, Jude, and 2 Peter underscores the light that these letters shed upon one another and focuses on the snapshots they provi… Read more…

Only Believe

Only Believe

by Smith Wigglesworth

"Today I am actually living in the Acts of the Apostles' time, I am speaking with new tongues, the Holy Fire of God's presence fills me till my pen moves to the glory of God, and my whole being is filled with the Presence of the Holy Ghost." — Smith Wigglesworth In Only Believe, readers will discover Smith Wigglesworth's treasures mined out of journals … Read more…

My Heart Christ

My Heart Christ's Home

by Robert Boyd Munger

Imagining what it would be like to have Jesus come to the home of our hearts, Munger moves room by room considering what Christ desires for us. In the living room we prepare to meet Christ daily. In the dining room we examine together what appetites should and should not control us. We even explore the closets in our lives that Christ can help us clean… Read more…

True For You But Not For Me

True For You But Not For Me

by Paul Copan

Relativism, the philosophical belief that there are no absolute truths, has a powerful sway in our post-modern world. When they have witnessed to unbelievers, many Christians may have heard the catch phrases of relativism like "All religions lead to God," "Who are you to judge others?" and "Jesus was just another great religious leader." Paul Copan, in t… Read more…

Transforming the Ordinary: Bible Meditations on the Everyday

Transforming the Ordinary: Bible Meditations on the Everyday

by John Henstridge

The eBook Transforming the Ordinary: Bible Meditations on the Everyday by John Henstridge shows how in the everyday experiences in life God is always with His people. The thirty meditations in this eBook offer suggestions of how to draw near to God in everything from a traffic jam to a birthday party to anxiety. Regardless of the circumstances or situatio… Read more…

God is the Gospel: Meditations on God

God is the Gospel: Meditations on God's Love as the Gift of Himself

by John Piper

The greatest gift of the gospel is God himself. Often lost in the gospel message and the daily lives of Christians is that the greatest gift of the gospel is that the God of the universe becomes our own. In the eBook God is the Gospel: Meditations on God's Love as the Gift of Himself, John Piper reclaims the gospel as the great and loving gift of God Him… Read more…

Joseph: Beloved, Hated, Exalted

Joseph: Beloved, Hated, Exalted

by F.B. Meyer

This eBook tells the story of Joseph, beloved by Jacob, hated by his brothers, forgotten by his friends, remembered by God, and exalted as ruler of Egypt. Written by F.B. Meyer in his remarkable prose, Joseph: Beloved, Hated, Exalted captures Joseph's life, detailing Joseph's triumphs and trials, his struggles and victories, his life as an illustration of … Read more…

Counted Righteous in Christ? Should We Abandon the Imputation of Christ

Counted Righteous in Christ? Should We Abandon the Imputation of Christ's Righteousness?

by John Piper and John Piper

This eBook defends the central Christian doctrine of Christ's imputed righteousness, a doctrine under subtle and overt attack. After establishing the need to defend this central tenet of the Gospel, John Piper, using an outline format, launches into a sophisticated defense of the imputed righteousness of Christ. Counted Righteous in Christ is still writte… Read more…

Crossway Classic Commentary - John

Crossway Classic Commentary - John

by John Calvin

This Crossway Classic Commentary on the book of John summarizes the basics of the faith, including Christ's nature and the profound meaning of His presence and works on earth. CROSSWAY CLASSIC COMMENTARY Throughout the history of Christianity, many great minds have devoted themselves to the study and exploration of the Bible in pursuit of spiri… Read more…

According to Promise

According to Promise

by Charles Spurgeon

These promises are for every believer, yet each will admit to not fully experiencing what is promised. Charles Spurgeon helps us to appreciate that all God's promises are the birthright of each Christian. It is not presumptuous or unreal to expect to enjoy what God has promised for us. We are to measure what the Lord can do by His generous promises rather th… Read more…

A Good Start: A Book for Young Men and Women

A Good Start: A Book for Young Men and Women

by Charles Spurgeon

The decisions that we make early in life affect and help determine everything that follows. As such, it is vital that young people know how to make wise and God-honoring decisions. This book contains thirty-four sermons by C. H. Spurgeon calling young people to heed the Word of God. Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-1892) converted to Christianity at the ag… Read more…

Christ

Christ's Words from the Cross

by Charles Spurgeon

In this little book from the Prince of Preachers, Charles Haddon Spurgeon discusses the seven words that Christ uttered from the Cross: Forgiveness, Salvation, Affection, Anguish, Suffering, Victory, and Contentment. Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-1892) converted to Christianity at the age of fifteen. By the age of twenty-two, he was the most popular preac… Read more…

Gleanings Among the Sheaves

Gleanings Among the Sheaves

by Charles Spurgeon

Gleaning Among the Sheaves represents the best from the heart of Charles Spurgeon. Over one hundred short devotional messages reveal Spurgeon's eloquence combined with his warm and colorful personal style. Typically, these selections touch the center of a Christian's faith, emotions, and hope. Spurgeon was acclaimed by his contemporaries to be "the most i… Read more…

Reading the New Testament - Colossians, Ephesians, and 2 Thessalonians

Reading the New Testament - Colossians, Ephesians, and 2 Thessalonians

by Bonnie Thurston

Like other volumes in this unique series, Reading Colossians, Ephesians, & 2 Thessalonians: A Literary and Theological Commentary focuses on comprehending the major themes of the epistles and their relationship to the understanding of the early Christian communities. With the focus on the work in its entirety rather than a verse-by-verse methodology, this vo… Read more…

Reading the New Testament - Philemon, Titus, and 1 & 2 Timothy

Reading the New Testament - Philemon, Titus, and 1 & 2 Timothy

by Hulitt Gloer and Perry L. Stepp

In Reading Paul's Letters to Individuals: A Literary and Theological Commentary, Gloer and Stepp interpret Paul’s letter to Philemon and the Pastoral Epistles—Titus and 1 & 2 Timothy. Philemon tells a simple and straight-forward story of Philemon and his escaped slave Onesimus. How can the story of an escaped slave returned to his master hold any meaning… Read more…

Da Vinci Question, The

Da Vinci Question, The

by James Emery White

In The Da Vinci Question, James Emery White sifts through conflicting claims about Jesus, Mary Magdalene and early Christianity and covers the essential points of the discussion, including the diety of Jesus, who is the real Mary Magdalene, why gnosticism was rightly labeled heresy in the early church, etc. White is the president of Gordon-Conwel… Read more…

Take Heart

Take Heart

by Diana Wallis

The rest of the world may be rewriting history, but Christians can confidently hold to the unchanging truths of God's Word. Many of these truths have been expounded most profoundly and clearly by preachers of bygone days -- and never have their words applied more. This collection of brief devotionals spans the centuries, including works from Augustine … Read more…

Continuous Revival

Continuous Revival

by Norman Grubb

The ebook Continuous Revival is Norman Grubb’s "attempt to describe a revolutionary experience in my own life, and in that of many others, regarding the way of continuous revival." This book emerged from Grubb’s experience with missionary C.T. Studd in Rwanda and Uganda in Central Africa. "Revival is really the Reviver in action... not so much a vert… Read more…

Moses: The Servant of the Lord

Moses: The Servant of the Lord

by F.B. Meyer

F.B. Meyer penned biographies of the most famous Biblical figures, including the mouthpiece of God and leader of Israel, Moses. In Moses: The Servant of the Lord Meyer sketches Moses as a man just like any other man, set apart by his faith in God and commitment to be a servant of the Lord. This picture of Moses, drawn in such great detail by Meyer's master… Read more…

Dialogues with God

Dialogues with God

by Frances Roberts

This powerful set of devotionals, written as if God is talking directly to you, has stirred the hearts of thousands. The inspiring prose, uplifting verse and moving spiritual insights of Dialogues with God will shift you into the presence of God, and transform your prayer life and spiritual walk into a closer relationship and constant conversation with God… Read more…

Make Haste, My Beloved

Make Haste, My Beloved

by Frances Roberts

For over a quarter century, Christians have derived comfort and hope from the devotions in Make Haste, My Beloved, the sequel to Frances Roberts' best-selling Come Away, My Beloved. The title of Make Haste, My Beloved is drawn from Song of Solomon 8:14, where Roberts' notes God's heart toward His people. "It is the call of the bride to the bridegroom as sh… Read more…

On the Highroad of Surrender

On the Highroad of Surrender

by Frances Roberts

The 150 devotions in On the Highroad of Surrender are written as if God is speaking directly to you. Each devotion is accompanied by a relevant Scripture reference for further Bible study and reflection. These brief devotions are inspirational and heart-felt. It is not Roberts' purpose that this book "displace God's Holy Word, but that it stimulate a hunge… Read more…

Progress of Another Pilgrim

Progress of Another Pilgrim

by Frances Roberts

With over 175 devotions, Progress of Another Pilgrim by Frances J. Roberts is an inspiring devotional that will draw you near the heart of God. The powerful and enduring readings in this eBook are a marvelous guide for your daily walk, providing life-changing thoughts that touch on a wide range of topics like integrity, chastening, significance, procrastin… Read more…

Crossway Classic Commentary - Ephesians

Crossway Classic Commentary - Ephesians

by Charles Hodge

This in-depth commentary on Ephesians outlines the Apostle Paul's suggestions for spiritual growth and explains why the Christian life is worthwhile. CROSSWAY CLASSIC COMMENTARY Throughout the history of Christianity, many great minds have devoted themselves to the study and exploration of the Bible in pursuit of spiritual insight. Believers … Read more…

Crossway Classic Commentary - 1 & 2 Thessalonians

Crossway Classic Commentary - 1 & 2 Thessalonians

by John Calvin

The great Reformer John Calvin studies key passages of the epistles to the believers at Thessalonica. Forced out of Thessalonica by the Jews for his effective ministry, Paul wrote to encourage and teach the new believers there. Within his first letter, according to John Calvin, is a brief definition of true Christianity. It is a faith that is full of v… Read more…


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