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The church in Sudan

The church in the Sudan has not only survived persecution but continues to grow. Unofficial reports indicate that the number…

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Whatever my lot

 Just after the Arab-Israeli war in 1967, I spent ten weeks in Jerusalem. One afternoon I was invited to have…

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Let go of your baby

There are some people who seem to be able to handle problems and difficulties reasonably well. Others fall to pieces…

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Real REPENTANCE – do you have it?

When Jesus began to preach, he told his hearers to 'repent' (Matthew 4:17). He stated in Luke 13 that unless…

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The true God

Concerning the character of God, what gross mistakes men make! I believe it is a mistake about God himself which…

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A book that changed me: The Mystery of Providence
John Flavel

My life seemed like a jigsaw puzzle of many pieces. It was not until I read John Flavel's The mystery of Providence (Banner of Truth) that I realized there was a divine purpose holding every part together, and providing the…

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A book that changed me: The Mystery of Providence
John Flavel

My life seemed like a jigsaw puzzle of many pieces. It was not until I read John Flavel's The mystery of Providence (Banner of Truth) that I realized there was a divine purpose holding every part together, and providing the…

A book that changed me: Commentaries on the Book of the Prophet Daniel
John Calvin

John Calvin's Commentary of the Book of Daniel spoke to me as has no other book apart from the Bible. It was first published in Latin in 1561, and translated into English within a decade after Calvin had died. Then…

A book that changed us: The Forgotten Spurgeon
Iain H. Murray

I first read this book over twenty years ago on the bus as I travelled to work at a solicitor's office in Stockton-on-Tees. Its first benefit was to create within me a love for church history. It showed me that…