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THE REMEDY FOR WANDERING THOUGHTS IN WORSHIP
Richard Steele

Puritan Richard Steele 1629-1692 deals with the fact that "High and lofty thoughts of God bring reverent worship to God. Casual and familiar thoughts of God incur careless worship." This book teaches us reverence in worship.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter One - The Text is Explained, the Doctrine Proposed and Distraction Described

Chapter Two - The Kinds of Distractions Described

Chapter Three - The Duty of Attending Worship without Distraction Proved

Chapter Four - Reasons Why we Ought to Attend on ther Lord without Distractions

Chapter Five - Objections Answered

Chapter Six - The Causes of Distractions, with their Remedies

Chapter Seven - The Evil of Distractions

Chapter Eight - The Cure of Distractions

Chapter Nine - Encouragements Under the Burden of Distractions

Chapter Ten - Inferences from the Doctrine

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MORNING & EVENING EXERCISES FOR THE CLOSET
William Jay

"I HAVE NEVER READ ANY DAILY DEVOTIONAL BY ANYONE THAT CAN COME CLOSE TO MATCHING THE WORKS OF WILLIAM JAY. HIS GREATEST DESIRE IN EVERY DAILY EXERCISE WAS TO OPEN THE SCRIPTURES FOR THE GOOD OF THE SOUL AND THE GLORY OF GOD. HE SUCCEEDED IN A REMARKABLE WAY." - Michael Gaydosh, Solid Ground

Spurgeon said, "O for more Jays!" This volume is a daily devotional that will lead you, feed you, challenge you, and change you. If you are looking for something to start your day right, this is what you are looking for.

These are outstanding books to lay out the text of Scripture in a way that will both inform and inspire.

These Devotional Classics are books that will drive you to the Scriptures and then to your knees as you are led to see the depth of your sin and the glory of your Savior.

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SHORT DISCOURSES TO BE READ IN FAMILIES (2 VOLS. IN 1)
WILLIAM JAY

There may be times when parents wish to give a more substantial form of instruction with family worship, yet are unable to deliver something of their own. William Jay gives 53 Family Sermons on a variety of topics, with an introductory address to the heads of households.



The great strength and value of all sermons by William Jay is their faithfulness to the passage he is examining. He always stuck closely to the text and sought to open and apply God's Word to God's People in every possible situation they might face in a fallen world. There is no cause to wonder why Spurgeon would say, "O FOR MORE JAYS!" Every Pastor should read Jay to learn how to preach the Word. Every hard of a household should read Jay to learn how to lead the family in a God-honoring way. Every Christian should read Jay to face the promises and demands of the Gospel for ones own soul.

EVERYONE SHOULD READ WILLIAM JAY FOR HE REMINDS US OF OUR WEAKNESS AND OF GOD'S INFINITE POWER AND GRACE!!



TABLE OF CONTENTS: (Volume One)

1. Returning from a Journey (Job 5:24)

2. God the Best of Fathers (Matt. 7:11)

3. Saturday Evening (Ex. 16:23)

4. The Eye of God Always Upon Us (Gen. 16:13)

5. The Death of Jesus (John 12:24)

6. Confidence in God Composing the Mind (Isaiah 26:3)

7. Spring (Psalm 104:30)

8. The Happy Family (John 11:5)

9. The Sight of Christian Friends Enlivening (Acts 28:15)

10. The Christian Indeed (Gal. 2:20)

11. The Final Change (1 Cor. 15:51, 52)

12. Religious Things, Pleasant Things (Isaiah 64:11)

13. Nearness to the Cross (John 19:25-27)

14. The Throne of Grace (Heb. 4:16)

15. Summer and Harvest (Prov. 10:5)

16. The Funeral of a Youth (Luke 7:12-15)

17. Fears Removed (Judges 13:22-23)

18. The Profane Exchange (Heb. 12:16-17)

19. Nathaniel (John 1:46-50)

20. The Characters of Sin (Romans 6:21)

21. Acquiescence in the Will of God (2 Sam. 16:25-26)

22. The Child Jesus (Isaiah 9:6)

23. The Design of Our Savior’s Coming (Matt 1:21)

24. The Union of Prayer and Watchfulness (Nehemiah 4:9)

25. The Tree of Life (Revelations 22:2)

26. Backsliding Reproved (Jer. 2:2)

27. The Misery of Contending with God (Isaiah 45:9)

28. Communion with the Savior, Inseparable from Holiness (John 13:8)

TABLE OF CONTENTS (Volume Two)

1. A Check to Presumption (Heb. 4:1)

2. Review of Life on the Last Day of the Year (Eccles. 3:15)

3. Our Ignorance of Futurity (New Year's Day) (Phil. 2:23)

4. Religion More Than Formality (2 Tim. 3:5)

5. Autumn (Isa. 64:6)

6. The Design of Affliction (Hosea 2:6,7)

7. The End of the Saviour's Exaltation (Acts 5:31)

8. Religion Makes us Profitable (Philemon 10,11)

9. The Cure of Blind Bartimeus (Luke 18:35-43)

10. Winter (Psalm 74:17)

11. Christians Not of the World (John 17:14)

12. Weak Grace Encouraged (Zech. 4:10)

13. Martha and Mary (Luke 10:38-42)

14. God Abandons the Incorrigible (Hosea 4:17)

15. The Ascension of our Saviour (John 20:17)

16. The Prayer of Nehemiah (Nehemiah 1:11)

17. An Address to Youth - The First Day of the Year (Jeremiah 3:4)

18. The Unbelief of Thomas - Easter Sermon (John 20:24-28)

19. Contentment with Little (1 Timothy 6:8)

20. Our Duty in Relation to the Spirit - on Whit-Sunday (1 Thess. 5:19)

21. The Ascension of Elijah (2 Kings 2:11)

22. The Punishment of Adoni-Bezek Improved (Judges 1:6,7)

23. The Cheerful Pilgrim (Psalm 119:54)

24. Sin Ruins a Kingdom - For a Fast Day (1 Samuel 12:24,25)

25. The Saviour Comforting His Disciples (After a Funeral) (John 14:2,3)

Rev. William Jay (1769–1853) was an English nonconformist divine who preached for sixty years at Argyle Chapel in Bath. He was an eminent English Congregationalist minister of Regency England.

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REVIVAL SKETCHES & REVIVAL MANUAL in Two Parts
HEMAN HUMPHREY (1769-1861)

The church of Jesus Christ finally has a comprehensive introduction to the subject of revival. Over the last half of the last century many excellent books and articles have been written or republished on this vital subject, but none could be called a complete introduction. This volume has everything necessary to introduce the novice to this subject as well as challenge the seasoned student of revival. As in all areas of study an introduction is essential to both those seeking to communicate information and those desiring to be informed.

The well-written and inspirational book, Revival Sketches and Manual by Herman Humphrey was originally published in 1859 and fills this void.

The book is divided into two parts.

The first part, Revival Sketches, includes an overview of reviving influences of the Holy Spirit upon the cause of God from Old Testament times to 1859. In the first part predominance is given to the period between 1800-1859. Humphrey includes at least two chapters of first-hand reports of revivals in various churches written by their pastors or others in the congregations. But nothing of the flow of the book is lost; rather, the level of interest in God's sovereign hand of intervention in the lives of individuals and churches is increased.

The second part is a Revival Manual. This section is filled with practical advice for those who desire to be winners of souls and wise in applying the Word of God to every conscience and case which might arise as one pursues his pastoral duties. This part has three divisions. The first division answers the question how revivals are to be sought and by what means they might be promoted. The second chapter, entitled "Brief Appeals," raises a number of possible responses which might be heard by those who seek to deal with persons who are confronted with the claims of Jesus Christ. The third section is "Revival Conversations: Between a Pastor and Inquirers." This section is also very profitable to both the novice as well as the seasoned pastor. The advice given in this section will be extremely helpful to all who seek to guide inquirers toward the narrow way.



TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Part 1: REVIVAL SKETCHES

1. Summary View - To the Day of Pentecost and the Apostolic Age

2. 'The Great Reformation' - Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries

3. 'The Great Awakening' - Eighteenth Century, About 1740

4. The Revival Epoch About 1800

5. The Revival Epoch About 1800 - Continued

6. The Revival Epoch About 1800 - Continued

7. The Revival Epoch About 1800 - Continued

Part 2: REVIVAL MANUAL

8. 'Prepare Ye the Way of the Lord'

9. Brief Appeals

Revival Conversations Between a Pastor and Inquirers

APPENDICES

1, "Questions and Counsels" by Ashbel Green

2. Revival of Religion at Amherst College during 1823, by Heman Humphrey

3. Index of Scripture Texts Cited

4. Index of Names Cited

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DOMESTIC DUTIES CONSIDERED
WILLIAM JAY

“We must realize the significance of Sprinkle Publication giving the public Jay’s Domestic Duties Considered. God will ultimately judge how we treat His institution – the family. Anyone who realizes the value of the family would be greatly helped by reading Jay’s masterful, mature and insightful book.

Jay’s heart as a pastor is in evidence in this book. Also, a faithful reader may be reassured that Jay is faithful to the Word of God. He reminds us that we are responsible to guard the family.

You now hold in your hands a book of great value because it honors the Lord, it encourages the child of God, it ministers to family members, it is exceptionally informative and it will do the readers heart good.” - From the Foreword

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. The Mutual Duties of Husbands and Wives

2. An Essay on Marriage

3. A Sermon on Domestic Happiness

4. The Wife’s Advocate, A Sermon

5. A Charge to the Wife

6. The Christian in the Family

7. The Happy Family

8. The Advantage of Having Godly Parents

9. The Happy Parent

10. The Loss of Children

11. The Loss of Connections

WILLIAM JAY (1769–1853) was an English nonconformist divine who preached for more than sixty years at Argyle Chapel in Bath. His life and ministry had a significant impact upon the young Charles Spurgeon, who once said, "O FOR MORE JAYS."

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A SOUTHERN BAPTIST LOOKS AT PREDESTINATION
Patrick Hues Mell

Patrick Hues Mell (1814-1888) was one of the first presidents of the Southern Baptist Convention (1863-1871 and 1880-1887) and its parliamentarian for many years. He also was Professor of Ancient Languages at Mercer University, as well as a faithful pastor for more than 40 years. This work is hard to find but among the best brief defenses of the Doctrines of Grace, especially Predestination and Perseverance of the Saints.

Tom Nettles wrote a very helpful Introduction in which he lays out the incredible man P.H. Mell was in his generation. He says this about Mell: "We cannot exaggerate his pastoral skill, his denominational contribution and his deeply-held theological convictions. We see in particular how fully he embraced his confessional Calvinism as soteriological truth. It was deeply in his heart as biblically sound, God honoring, and soul converting. He preached this as Baptist doctrine with non-negotiable conviction. He knew that it was by these truths that salvation had come to his own heart and by these truths, without compromise, God would call all those whom had been given to Christ in the eternal covenant of redemption."

"Should this publication have the effect to confirm my brethren in the faith once delivered to the Saints, and serve, in any degree, to counteract the tendencites, in our midst to Arminianism, I shall have accomplished my main design in writing." - The Author

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LECTURES ON FEMALE SCRIPTURE CHARACTERS
William Jay

William Jay pastored a Congregational church in Bath, England, for some sixty years. Over those years he studied the lives and actions of numerous females in the Old and New Testaments. During a period of recovery from a serious illness, he collated for publication these earlier studies.

Chapters are devoted to Hannah, the Samaritan woman whom Jesus met at the well, and Mary Magdalene. Lydia, Dorcas, and the sisters, Martha and Mary, are among those also studied. The author commented on their character and actions and made numerous applications. This book can be read and applied profitably by males, females, and families today just as it was a hundred and fifty years ago.

The pages of scripture breathed life into everyday events. The Shunamite woman in ElishaÆs day had to deal with the death of her son. The poor widow at the temple treasury gave an insignificant offering to the eyes of all but Jesus. The redeemed sinner, who approached Jesus in SimonÆs house, did so to the chagrin and criticism of Simon. As Martha and Mary hosted Christ, Martha learned much when a conversation with Christ took an unexpected turn.

In recounting these stories, the author is careful to stay within the bounds of scripture as he drives home to the reader's heart points of encouragement, enlightenment, and correction. As each subject is examined, the ultimate focus is on Christ.

The final chapter is devoted to Lot's wife. In Luke l7:32, Christ told His hearers to "Remember Lot's wife." What a fitting conclusion to this volume. Jay counsels his readers in the value of remembering. I believe his admonition is wise not only in regard to Lot's wife, but, also, to our remembering the lessons taught to each woman.

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THE COLLECTED SERMONS OF BENJAMIN MORGAN PALMER
B.M. Palmer

These sermons constitute nearly an entire Systematic Theology by one of the greatest preachers in America in the 19th century.

The Obituary for Dr. Palmer appearing in The Interior read as follows:

"The decease of Dr. Palmer of New Orleans is like a change in the landscape of the South. As far as it is possible for one man in the space of a lifetime to be a part of the fixed order of things, Dr. Palmer has become identified like some old-time landmark with his denomination, his city and his section of the nation. He was one of that class of men who are incapable of change; what he was as he came to the maturity of manhood he remained until death. It is doubtless true that the world would be unfortunate if all its strong men should crystallize in that adamantine way, but living in a time that suffers little lack of impulses to progress, we ought to thank God that he still scatters through the churches some immovable men to hinder and obstruct headlong haste. From an almost opposite pole of Christian temperment THE INTERIOR clearly recognizes that Dr. Palmer served God and his generation as a symbol of the immutability of the great essentials of our religion. His faithful witness to Jesus Christ in the word of his preaching and the example of his ministry gave him such power in New Orleans as few of the Lord's ambassadors have ever wielded in any age of the church. By all consent he was acknowledged for years to be the most influential man in that city, and he was so brave and outspoken that he made for righteousness not only in the private lives of men but in the civic life of the community.

He was born in Charleston, S.C. in 1818 and had been over leading churches in Savannah and Columbia before he went to the First Presbyterian church of New Orleans in 1856. His pastoral term there covered fifty-six consecutive years. He retained excellent vigor and still preached powerfully despite his great age, and his life might have been prolonged still for several years if he had not suffered injury beneath a street car which ran him down in the streets of New Orleans a few weeks ago. He did not die from the direct effects of that accident, but the shock seemed so to weaken his vital powers that fatal disease soon supervened." [Excerpted from The Interior, Volume 33, Number 1671, June 5, 1902, page 734.]

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THE CHRISTIAN'S DAILY WALK: In Holy Security and Peace
Henry Scudder, with Recommendations by John Owen & Richard Baxter

"The Christian disciple who is aspiring after that obedience, which, while it fulfills the demands of the law in the letter, is also rendered in newness of spirit, will find in the following Treatise, Scudder's 'Christian's Daily Walk In Holy Security And Peace,' a valuable companion and counselor to guide him in every condition of life, and under all the vicissitudes to which life is subject." - Thomas Chalmers

"I shall therefore say no more, but that if those into whose hands this book shall come, be not either openly or secretly enemies to the whole design of it, as being 'alienated from the life of God through the ignorance that is in them,' or be not possessed with prejudices against the simplicity of the gospel, and that strictness of obedience it requireth, they will find that guidance, direction, and spiritual advantage, by which their faith, love, and obedience, may be increased and improved; which will issue in the praise of God's grace, that ought to be the end of all our writing and reading in this world." - John Owen

"Reader, If thou wilt make this book, after the sacred scripture, thy daily counselor, and monitor, and comforter, I am assured the experience of thy own great advantage, and increase of wisdom, holiness, and peace, will commend it to thee more effectually than my words can do. Read, love, and practice that which is here taught thee, and doubt not of thy everlasting happiness." - Richard Baxter

When men like Thomas Chalmers, John Owen and Richard Baxter ascribe such high praise to this book nothing more needs to be added. TAKE UP AND READ!

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ROCK OF OUR SALVATION: A Treatise Respecting the Natures, Person, Offices, Work, Sufferings, and Glory of Jesus Christ
William S. Plumer

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. Christ All in All

2. The Divinity of Christ

3. The Sonship of Christ

4. The Incarnation of Christ

5. The Messiahship of Jesus of Nazareth

6. Christ the Mediator

7. Christ a Prophet

8. The Priesthood of Christ

9. Christ a King

10. Christ's Humiliation

11. General Views of Christ's Work

12. Redemption by Christ

13. The Atonement

14. The Folly of Objecting to the Atonement

15. Christ's Resurrection

16. Christ's Ascension and Session at God's Right Hand

17. Christ in Heaven

18. Christ's Personal Absence from this World

19. Christ on the Judgment-seat

20. Christ the Good Shepherd

21. Christ a Physician

22. The Gentleness of Christ

23. Christ Shall Yet Have a Glorious Reward

24. The Gospel of Christ Is Hidden from Some

25. The Sin and Danger of Not Believing in Christ

26. The Reproach of Christ

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THE CROSS and THE COVENANTS (Two Volumes in One)
Robert B.C. Howell

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R. B. C. Howell, (1801-1868) the second president of the Southern Baptist Convention, presiding from 1851 through 1858, is described in Cathcart's Baptist Encyclopedia as" one of the ablest and most learned men in the South."

In addition, the encyclopedia claims that "no one exercised a greater or more beneficial influence within or outside of the church. His life was unspotted, his Christian course was marked by the highest virtues. His courtesy and kindness of heart made him a universal favorite, notwithstanding the fierce theological debates in which he was often engaged."

The "fierce theological debates" in which he was engaged were threefold. His first conflict had to do with the intrusion of Campbellism into Baptist life in Nashville, virtually destroying the First Baptist Church of that city. In 1835, when Howell came to be its pastor, he led in restoring respect and honor to the Baptist name in the community. In addition, his leadership led to the construction of a beautiful building for the worship gatherings of the church.

His second conflict was with the anti-missionary forces of Tennessee and Northern Alabama. These forces responded negatively to the formation of the General Missionary Convention and the work of its most notable agent, Luther Rice, referring to him as a "modern Tetzel." In addition to the ecclesiological objections they held toward centralized organizations, they discountenanced some of the methods used by the agents, declaring them to be Arminian in methodology, thus denying their Calvinistic heritage. Eventually, however, the anti-mission society movement degenerated into pure hyper-Calvinism and denied the validity of giving a free offer of the gospel to all men, railed against theological education, and viewed Bible societies as totally unwarranted by the Word of God.

THE CROSS: The Soul of All True Religion by Robert Boyte C. Howell (114 pages)

Table of Contents:

1. By the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ, God designed, from eternity, the redemption

2. By the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ, the justice of God, and the salvation of sinners, are brought into glorious harmony

3. By the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ, God reveals the extent of His love

4. The cross is the medium of that spiritual change necessary to salvation

5. The cross of our Lord Jesus Christ has fixed, in every sanctified heart, an indelible abhorrence of all sin

6. From the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ flow, to the universe, great and perpetual blessings

7. The cross of our Lord Jesus Christ is the only power that will effectually move the soul to holy action

8. The cross of our Lord Jesus Christ has given character, in every age, to all the ordinances of religion

9. From the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ are derived the amplest instructions for the formation of Christian character

10. Through the power of the cross, all the countless multitudes on high have received their crowns, and thrones of glory

THE COVENANTS by Robert Boyte C. Howell (107 pages)

Table of Contents:

1. The Covenants

2. The Covenant of Works

3. The Covenant of Eden

4. The Covenant of Redemption

5. The Covenant of Promise in Christ to Abraham

6. The Covenants of the Law

7. Philology of the Covenants

8. The Old Covenant and the New Covenant

9. The Teachings of the Covenants

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DISCUSSIONS: Theological, Evangelical, Philosophical, Secular, and Miscellaneous, 5-volume set
ROBERT LEWIS DABNEY

Set of five books. Discussions on subjects theological, evangelical, philosophical, secular, and miscellaneous.

B.B. Warfield called Dabney "the most conspicuous figure and the leading theological guide of the Southern Presbyterian Church, the most prolific theological writer that Church has as yet produced." These Five volumes of articles and essays vindicate Warfield's statement. "This is not a book to be read and returned to the library shelf," states the well known Baptist minister Al Martin, "rather, as I have found to my own profit, it ought to be read, digested, and kept close at hand as a guide, companion and constant prod to us." Dr. Archibald Alexander called Dabney, "the best teacher of theology in the United States, if not the world." Freundt notes, "Dabney championed the doctrines of Calvinism and applied them consistently and practically to the great issues of his times."

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Robert Lewis Dabney (March 5, 1820 – January 3, 1898) was an American Christian theologian, Southern Presbyterian pastor, Confederate States Army chaplain, and architect. He was also chief of staff and biographer to Stonewall Jackson. His biography of Jackson remains in print today.

Dabney and James Henley Thornwell were two of Southern Presbyterianism's most influential scholars. They were both Calvinist, Old School Presbyterians, and social conservatives.

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