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Behold My Servant
Author: Brian Russell
ISBN: 9781781918906
Price: 9-99
The Servant Songs of Isaiah are a beautiful topic for a devotional. Although they are set in the context of Israel's failure, few places in the Old Testament speak so clearly about the merciful Messiah. To quote Henri Blocher, 'In them our Saviour found the blueprint of His mission. From them Jesus learned that He would have to suffer for us; that He would die for us, as though He were a criminal, under the weight of our sins. How holy the ground we tread when studying the songs!'.
Christ In Exodus
Author: Stan Evers
ISBN: 9781912154005
Price: 5-99
For many Christians, the Old Testament is like a locked chest: they believe it contains priceless treasure, but they have difficulty finding the key. This book is written to explain how Christ is at the heart of the Old Testament, and the book of Exodus in particular. Stan Evers shows in a straightforward way how we can see Jesus Christ in Exodus without resorting to bizarre allegorical interpretations. It is warm, sober and persuasive. It will be helpful to general readers and a safe guide to pastors in explaining and applying Exodus to their congregations.

This book is a delight to read, spiritually edifying and biblically illuminating. There is light for the mind and food for the soul. (Mostyn Roberts, pastor, Welwyn Evangelical Church)

Born Slaves
Author: Martin Luther
ISBN: 9781781919668
Price: 5-99
The Bondage of the Will, first published in 1525 and perhaps Luther's most famous work, argues against the idea that we choose salvation of our own free will. Born Slaves presents this work, retaining the distinctive style and voice of Luther, for a modern audience.

In a reader-friendly way, Born Slaves takes us to the heart of Luther's biblical arguments and makes accessible to 21st century readers one of the great classics of the Christian Church. (Sinclair B. Ferguson)

Biblical Christianity
Author: John Calvin
ISBN: 9781781919651
Price: 6-99
Calvin's great work, The Institutes of the Christian Religion, has been foundational to theological thought for five centuries. It is presented here in a faithfully edited version, perfect for enriching Bible Studies or devotionals.

John Calvin's Institutes of the Christian Religion stands like a majestic castle in the history of the Protestant Reformed tradition. Many Christians, intimidated by its size and scope, stand outside its gates, honouring it from a distance and wondering what lies inside. Here is an opportunity to wonder no more! Read, feast and rejoice! (R. Carlton Wynne, Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology and Apologetics, Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

2000 Years of Christ's Power volume 1
Author: Nick Needham
ISBN: 9781781917787
Price: 19-99
The first volume of 2,000 Years of Christ's Power covers the age of the early church fathers: the period from the 1st century AD to the start of the Middle Ages. Every generation tends to view itself as more enlightened than those that have gone before. The church certainly has made mistakes all through history and yet, the insights which we possess would not be possible without the efforts, and even some of the mistakes, of our ancestors.
2000 Years of Christ's Power volume 2
Author: Nick Needham
ISBN: 9781781917794
Price: 19-99
The second volume of 2,000 Years of Christ's Power covers the Middle Ages.The Middle Ages were dubbed the 'Dark Ages' almost before they had begun to draw to a close. Ever since then, they have continued to be seen as a time of hardship and oppression, full of Popes and Crusades. In this volume, another side of the Middle Ages shines through though: the continual work of Christ as he built his kingdom through figures such as Thomas a Kempis and John Wycliffe, who lived and struggled during these centuries. This was far from a period of stagnation; rather it was the fire from which the Reformation was kindled.
2000 Years of Christ's Power volume 3
Author: Nick Needham
ISBN: 9781781917800
Price: 19-99
The third volume of 2,000 Years of Christ's Power covers the period of the Renaissance and the Reformation. The Renaissance was a reaction against the attitude of the Middle Ages. And the Reformation was the passionate, divisive argument that grew out of it. Catholics, Calvinists, Lutherans, Anabaptists: our present-day divisions were the front-page headlines of the Reformation. This volume shows the progression of the Reformation era, and the daring bravery of its figures. It presents a period of history from which there are many lessons to be learnt not least the vibrancy of people's lives and the courage with which they faced death.
2000 Years of Christ's Power volume 4
Author: Nick Needham
ISBN: 9781781917817
Price: 19-99
The fourth volume of 2,000 Years of Christ's Power covers the age of religious conflict which followed the Reformation. The Renaissance and Reformation were exciting times of learning and discovery which left in their wake a period of universal uncertainty. The centuries-old status quo had been turned on its head. Nothing was stable anymore. Conflict ensued. This volume presents a time from which English Protestantism, Scottish Presbyterianism, and French Catholicism, to name only a few, were birthed and refined. Perhaps few eras have had such a direct impact on the characteristics of our own period of history.
Christian Freedom
Author: Samuel Bolton
ISBN: 9781781917213
Price: 5-99
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Christian Freedom provides an accessible entry into Samuel Bolton's original work, The True Bounds of Christian Freedom, first published in 1645. This book is not simply an academic discussion: Samuel Bolton constantly reminds his readers of the gospel, and the great transformation that has happened to a person who has trusted in Jesus Christ. Bolton shows us clearly that real Christian obedience comes from a changed heart, and is motivated by love for God. He deals with the practical question of what happens when Christians fall into sin, and encourages us to rely on what Christ has done for us, rather than on our performance.

The Experience That Counts
Author: Jonathan Edwards
ISBN: 9781781917190
Price: 6-99
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What does it mean to be a Christian? Is Christianity a matter of the intellect alone? What about desires, feelings, and experiences? What is conversion? These questions are not new. Jonathan Edwards, the great American theologian, tackled these and many other issues against the background of the First Great Awakening. These questions, and the answers Edwards gives to them, are profoundly relevant to us today. Here is a voice of clear Biblical and spiritual sanity to lead us safely through the maze of contemporary confusion in this crucial area.

Living with the Living God
Authors: John Owen and George Smeaton
ISBN: 9781781917206
Price: 5-99
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Living with the Living God brings together two classic works on the person and work of the Holy Spirit from two renowned theologians George Smeaton and John Owen. Part One looks at the Biblical teaching concerning the Holy Spirit, as Smeaton leads us on a journey of exploration through Scripture teachings on the Holy Spirit. In Part Two John Owen deals with the relationship between the believer and the Holy Spirit in our daily experience. Living with the Living God provides an accessible and practical opportunity for the contemporary reader to understand the work of the Holy Spirit.

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