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CHRIST AND HIS CHURCH IN THE BOOK OF PSALMS
Andrew Bonar

Christ and His Church in the Book of Psalms

by Andrew Bonar, 460pp, red cloth with d/w

"Of the highest order of merit. The author does not strain the text, but gives its real meaning. His remarks are always weighty, spiritual, and suggestive; we only wish there were more of them. He has cultivated brevity." - CH Spurgeon

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THE GOSPEL IN THE PENTETEUCH
Christ All in All
Henry Law

It is the Christian contention that all of Scripture speaks of Jesus. In Christ Is All, Henry Law walks through the first five books of the Old Testament and shows how the books of Moses are a treasury of Christ. This classic devotional exposition, once published in 5 volumes, is now conveniently bound in one nicely re-typeset edition.

Law begins his series with the following words:

"The object of these pages is simple, clear, holy. It is to arouse attention to the blessed truth, that Christ pervades all Scripture, as salt all waters of the sea, as light the brightest day, as fragrance the garden of choice flowers.

To see this is my prime delight. To testify it is my happiest duty. Devoted loyalty to Him who is the first and last, the sum and substance of all Scripture, impels me. Earnest zeal for the undying souls of men constrains me. I know, and am intensely persuaded, that all peace, all joy, all salvation, are in Jesus. My eyes are widely open to the fact that men are blessed, and are blessings, just in proportion as they live, ever gazing on Christ, ever listening to His voice.

Shame, then, and guilt and woe would be my portion, if I should leave any effort untried to unfold His glorious image. Let me rather use every power of life and pen to magnify and exalt Him-to beseech men to ponder Him-to search for Him-to receive Him-to love Him-to follow Him-to serve Him-to commend Him-to live in Him, and through Him, and for Him. I would thus strive, the Spirit helping, to assail and melt and conquer hearts, that Christ may there be enthroned, in all His rightful majesty, a beloved and adored Lord.

Therefore my desire in these pages is to turn minds to clear discoveries of the Lord Jesus. The Father's eye moves not from Him. The Spirit never wearies to reveal Him. Angelic intellect pants to dive more into His depths. The saints in light find Him increase of everlasting light. May the unfolding Spirit help each reader to glean more in the golden field of Scripture; and may the Pentateuch be found a boundless treasury of Christ."

DEVOTIONAL CLASSIC

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OVER 680 PAGES OF CHRIST-CENTERED EXPOSITION
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COMMENTARY ON EPHESIANS
Paul Bayne

Richard Sibbes said of this work: "The greatest shall find matter to exercise themselves in; the meaner, matter of sweet comfort and holy instruction; and all confess that he hath brought some light to this Scripture."

Extremely rare work expounds every verse of this great Epistle in a way that edifies the believer and glorifies the God of mercy and grace.

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THE GOSPEL REVEALED TO JOB
Charles A. Hulbert

The Gospel Revealed to Job

by Charles Augustus Hulbert

512pp (h/b) with dust jacket

Comprises thirty lectures with notes. Spurgeon gives his top rating and says: "An unusually good book; exceedingly comprehensive and helpful in many ways. The author aimed at usefulness and has succeeded wonderfully. We wonder that his work has not been better known."

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COMMENTARY ON COLOSSIANS
Nicholas Byfield

Spurgeon on this work: "He writes like an earnest, faithful man, resolved to keep back nothing of the counsel of God; ... He is always worth consulting."

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OCTAVIUS WINSLOW TRILOGY
THE ATONEMENT & THE CROSS (Two classics in One)
THE LORD'S PRAYER
SPIRITUAL LIFE (Two Classics in One)
OCTAVIUS WINSLOW

A TRILOGY OF DEVOTIONAL CLASSIC TITLES FROM TENTMAKER

ATONEMENT AND THE CROSS by Octvius Winslow

This is a republication of two books previously published separately as "The Atonement" and "The Foot of the Cross". Octavius Winslow, who ministered during the 19th century in England, has seldom been equalled as a writer on the devotional aspects of Christianity. His works are marked by a profound grasp of theology combined with heart-searching application. In this he follows in the line of the Puritans and yet his style is more accessible to the modern reader. Winslow sums up his approach in the Preface to "The Atonement" when he states:

"The religion of the Lord Jesus is valuable only as its power is experienced in the heart. The man of mere taste may applaud its external beauty; the philosopher may admire its ethics, the orator its eloquence, and the poet its sublimity, but if the Spirit of God take not his own truth, and impress it upon the heart, as to the great design of its revelation, it avails nothing."

THE LORD'S PRAYER - Here is Winslow at his best: instructive, devotional and heart-warming. By taking his theme as the 'spirit of the Lord's prayer' he draws out new insights on the whole subject of prayer and the believer's devotional life.

SPIRITUAL LIFE consists of two outstanding smaller works of Winslow: 'Soul-Depths and Soul-Heights' which is a practical exposition of Psalm 130, and 'Lights and Shadows of the Spiritual Life,' which has ten brilliant chapters intended to 'intensify the light and soften the shadows of the Spiritual Life.' Here you will find that CHRIST ALONE IS THE SOURCE OF THE SPIRITUAL LIFE.



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THE ATONEMENT AND THE CROSS
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TWO CLASSICS IN ONE: 'The Atonement' and 'The Cross'

THE LORD'S PRAYER - An Exposition of Each Phrase
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SPIRITUAL LIFE
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TWO CLASSICS IN ONE - 'Soul-Depths & Soul Heights' and 'Lights & Shadows of Spiritual Life

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THE HOMILIES - Sermons to be Read in the Churches by Thomas Cranmer & John Jewell

"The Homilies were first published in two parts, the first book appeared in 1547 during the reign of King Edward VI, and the second book in 1563 during the reign of Elizabeth I. Archbishop Cranmer is credited with writing the major part of the first book and Bishop Jewel that of the second. It was a time when the English Language was at its best pure, simple and compelling, and this is specially evident in the sermons of Cranmer with which the book opens, on the Use of Holy Scripture, of Salvation, Faith and Good Works. It was also a time when the theology of the English Church was at its best, faithful to Scripture, powerful and coherent. The light of the truth had broken in upon the minds of the Reformers and shone forth brightly with the glow of a new dawn. When Bucer, the Continental Reformer, received from Cranmer the first Homilies, he was, Strype tells us, filled with admiration for their clarity and soundness. The purpose of these sermons in the first book is to show plainly the way of salvation through repentance and faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and the kind of life that flows from such regeneration.

"The Homilies are the official sermons of the Church of England and are therefore of importance in determining its doctrine. Article 35 makes this connection clear, as does article 11 which states that the doctrine of justification by faith only is æmore largely expressedÆ in the Homily on that subject. One of the purposes of the Homilies was to put flesh and bones on the doctrinal statements of the 39 Articles. Ridley, bishop, reformer and martyr, described them, together with the 39 Articles and Book of Common Prayer, as the 'holy treasure' of the Church of England and was fearful that it should be robbed of that treasure. Are we conscious of what a rich heritage of faith we have? .... I hope that the publication of this book will make us more conscious of the special blessings we have enjoyed in the English Church and open the way to the repossession of that holy treasure."

- Extracts from the Foreword by Bishop David Samuel

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THE HOMILIES - Sermons to be Read to the Church by Thomas Cranmer & John Jewell
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