Wayne Grudem combines an exemplary submission to Scripture with academic skill and readable style. Described by Wallace Benn as ‘a classic of our times’, it is the fruit of hard work and godly application.
This magnificent book not only displays a wonderful overview of the Bible’s grand narrative, it also provides profound motivation for faith, worship and expectation of inevitable blessing on a grand scale.
Alec Motyer’s love of Scripture and delight in truth comes shining through. He has wonderful insights and a genuine strength of pastoral application. My own copy is already full of underlinings and exclamation marks.
If you are a pastor/teacher I am sure you are continually aiming to enlarge your library of helpful commentaries. One that I am currently working through with the greatest of enjoyment is James Edwards’ commentary on the Gospel of Mark.
This eye witness account of the revival in the Isle of Lewis in the Hebrides from 1949-1952 is stirring stuff. Well worth reading just to catch the atmosphere of an island overwhelmed by the invasion of the Spirit of God.
A stirring insight into God’s attitude to disloyalty from His people. Sin is regarded not simply as the breaking of a code but as a breakdown of relationship with a God who wants to delight in the unique and passionate love of His bride.
A fascinating new biography recalling the earliest invasion of Pentecostalism into the UK.
F.B. Meyer would be better known as a result of his many devotional books. He became a famous Keswick speaker and an enormously popular spiritual leader and master of the pulpit in the years between C.H. Spurgeon and Campbell Morgan.
The sub-title to Chris Wright’s fine book is ‘Celebrating the Bible’s central story’. Knowing that you are saved is undoubtedly the greatest thing that can ever happen to you. Knowing more about God’s salvation can only enrich that experience.