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All Things For Good
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First published in 1663 (under the title A Divine Cordial), the year after Watson and some two thousand other ministers were ejected from the church of England and exposed to hardship and suffering. All Things for Good contains the rich exposition of a man who lived when only faith in God’s Word could lead him to such confidence. This book provides the biblical answer to the contemporary question; Why do bad things happen to good people?
Epistle To The Galatians
In this careful and balanced commentary, Fung contributes to scholarly discussion of Paul’s writing and to the needs of preacher and student. He argues that the doctrine of justification by faith was central to Paul’s ministry from the beginning, and he shows how the apostle set out the doctrine in response to the Galatian crisis. The detailed commentary is based on the NEB.
Institutes Of Christian Religion (Revised)
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John Calvin’s Institutes has established itself as one of the most important theological works ever written, writes Tony Lane. This abridged edition of the Institutes provides a readable and inexpensive sampler of Calvin’s greatest work.
Lane has condensed the 1559 edition, retaining the heart of Calvin’s teaching on all his major themes. Hilary Osborne has put Henry Beveridge’s translation in simpler and more modern English.
The result is a selection from the Institutes which is manageable for the average modern reader, in terms of length and of intelligibility. Lane reminds us that Calvin designed the Institutes to be a practical book …. He requires of all doctrine that it be scriptural and that it be useful for Christian living.
Power Of Prayer
1. The Power Of Prayer
2. What Definite And Desirable Results Will Definite And Determined Prayer Produce?
3. What Prayer Can Do For Churches, And For The Nation And For All Nations?
4. How To Pray So As To Get What You Ask
5. Who Can Pray So As To Get What They Ask?
6. Praying In The Name Of Jesus Christ
7. The Prayer Of Faith
8. Praying Through And Praying In The Holy Ghost
9. Hindrance To Prayer
10. Prevailing Prayer And Real Revival
The Power of Prayer is the classic handbook on tapping the unlimited power of God. It discusses the freedom, peace, and security available through communication with God and answers common questions about prayer:
*How to pray?
*Who can pray?
*What interferes with prayer?
*How to overcome hindrances to prayer?
*What can prayer do for a person or a nation?
No other book so clearly outlines the positives of prayer, the prerequisites to prayer, the purpose of prayer, or the power of prayer.
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Revival is the lifeblood of a vital church. Without the fervor revival brings, the church cannot accomplish its mission in the world. Yet today’s church is rife with apathy. How can revival be rekindled? Clearly and forcefully, Dr. Lloyd-Jones describes the circumstances which produced past revivals, discerns why each generation needs revival, and shows how revival will come about today.
To The Golden Shore (Anniversary)
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On February 12, 1812, Ann and Adoniram Judson sailed from Salem aboard the big Caravan as two of the first missionaries to go out from North America. Watching the shoreline disappear from view, they could not have foreseen the impact of their journey on the future of the Christian world mission or on the thousands of men and women who would follow in their footsteps. After a short stay in India, they carried the Good News of Jesus Christ to the golden shore of Burma.
Drawing on letters and church records, Courtney Anderson paints a poignant portrait of Judson’s early life in dealing with the conflict between his desire for material success and the inner call to serve God. For Adoniram Judson the golden shore brought bitter hard-ships, imprisonment, and family tragedy. Yet, he never wavered in his commitment to win people to faith in Christ and to translate the Bible into the Burmese language.
This special edition recognizes the 175th anniversary of the Judsons’ sailing on their historic voyage and celebrates the early years of Baptist missions overseas. Photographs and reproductions of Burmese woodcuts are used in telling Judson’s story,
Handbook Of Church Discipline
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This is a handbook for pastors, elders, and all Christians who want to see how Scripture presents the process of discipline that should operate in the Christian community. It was written in response to an urgent need. In order to help church leaders deal with the sorts of problems that require the church to respond with discipline, the author has developed the book around the five steps of corrective discipline found especially in Matthew 18:15 — 17. Because there is not merely one kind or one stage of discipline, church leaders must learn how to discern. And once the right discernment has been made, then the right action can follow. This is a simple and very readable little handbook. The influence it can and should have on the church is, however, quite profound
Biblical View Of Self Esteem Self Love And Self Image
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1. What’s Going On?
2. A Demand for Change
3. What Brought This On?
4. Let’s Test It Biblically
5. More About Need
6. Love … As Yourself?
7. Of Infinite Worth?
8. Worthy of Salvation?
9. Passages Often Overlooked
10. What Does the Bible Teach?
11. An Accurate Self-Image
12. Real Life
The last 15 years has seen the rise of a powerful and influential movement within the church. Easily identified by labels such as self-image, self-esteem, self-worth, and self-love, this movement has one common denominator-the emphasis on self. Regardless of religious persuasion, everyone seems to be fighting what they perceive to be a shared enemy: low self-esteem.
Tramp For The Lord
In 1940, Corrie ten Boom was living with her father and sister above their watch shop in Haarlem, Holland-and when their country was invaded, this devoutly Christian family provided sanctuary for persecuted Jews. Before long, the Nazis captured Corrie and her family. They were sent to a concentration camp, where Corrie lost both her sister and father. But remarkably, throughout this turbulent time, Corrie sustained the faith in God that helped her become one of the most beloved evangelists of her time.
Tramp for the Lord continues Corrie ten Boom’s extraordinary journey of hope following the events recounted in her bestseller The Hiding Place. From her near-destitute days in postwar New York to heart-stopping adventures in Africa, Corrie’s inspirational life story proves that miracles do happen.
How To Help People Change
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While touching on many aspects of counseling, this book . . . is specifically designed to elucidate the process of counseling. I have often mentioned and illustrated that process, but not in the focused and systematic way that the four-step biblical process is set forth here . . . . This book presents a fresh perspective not only on how to counsel, but also on what measures to take at what stages of counseling. (from the Preface) Change is the essential goal of the counseling process. And Christian counselors recognize, as the author is so concerned to remind us, Substantial change requires the alteration of the heart. How does a Christian counselor work in order to bring about this kind of change? The answer is found, of course, in Scripture — in 2 Timothy 3:14–17, to be specific. Jay Adams is well-known as a counselor who bases his whole approach to counseling on Scripture. This book offers the interested reader an unparalleled opportunity to see both how he discovers and applies biblical principles and the way in which Scripture functions as the basis of his approach to counseling. This book answers not only the question How does a counselor help people change? but also How does Scripture operate as the source of a counselor’s method? It is a book that has much to say about the ongoing discussion of the relationship between theology and psychology in the enterprise of Christian counseling.
Christian Counselors Manual
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The Christian Counselor’s Manual is a companion and sequel volume to the author’s influential Competent to Counsel. It takes the approach of nouthetic counseling introduced in the earlier volume and applies it to a wide range of issues, topics, and techniques in counseling: – Who is qualified to be a counselor? – How can counselees change? – How does the Holy Spirit work? – What role does hope play? – What is the function of language? – How do we ask the right questions? – What often lies behind depression? – How do we deal with anger? – What is schizophrenia? These and hundreds more questions are answered in this comprehensive resource for the Christian counselor. A full set of indexes, a detailed table of contents, and a full complement of diagrams and forms make this one of the best reference books currently available for Christian counselors.
Competent To Counsel
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This is a classic in the field of Christian counseling.
This book has helped thousands of pastors, students, laypersons, and Christian counselors develop both a general approach to Christian counseling and a specific response to particular problems.
Using biblically directed discussion, nouthetic counseling works by means of the Holy Spirit to bring about change in the personality and behavior of the counselee. As the author points out in his introduction, I have been engrossed in the project of developing biblical counseling and have uncovered what I consider to be a number of important scriptural principles….There have been dramatic results….Not only have people’s immediate problems been resolved, but there have also been solutions to all sorts of long-term problems as well?
This book establishes the basis for and an introduction to an approach to counseling that is being used in pastors’ studies, in counseling centers, and across dining room tables throughout the country and around the world.