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365 Days with Spurgeon

365 daily readings? Are you thinking: ‘Not another “through the year” book’; or, ‘Next year, but not now’? Think again! This book will delight those who use such devotional aids and love Spurgeon, but its indexes also help make it into a valuable resource book. Each day we are given a title, text, reading,…

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Voices from the Past: Puritan Devotional Readings

Voices from the past is a book of devotionals for each day of the year (including one for 29 February!). Richard Rushing has carefully edited writings from 33 puritan authors, including John Bunyan, Samuel Rutherford and Jonathan Edwards. His objective is to make the important writings of these puritans accessible to a wide range…

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Scandalous: The Cross and Resurrection of Jesus

This series of meditations on the cross and resurrection of Christ, from the pen of Don Carson, drives home the absolute centrality of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ to the faith and life of every believer. Five passages from the New Testament provide the biblical material for these meditations, each focusing on…

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Journey: Psalms for Pilgrim People

Alec Motyer writes both as a former Bible College principal and a pastor. He uses his obvious scholarship in the exposition and application of these psalms. The book is a journey through Psalms 120–134. Described as ‘Songs of Ascents’, they recall the journeys of pilgrims from all over the land going up to Jerusalem…

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365 Days with Calvin: A Collection of Daily Readings from the Writings of John Calvin

Celebrating the 500th anniversary of the birth of John Calvin (1509-1564), it is good to see the publication of new books about and selections from the great Reformer. Scarcely anyone has been more influential in biblical doctrine and exposition during the post-Apostolic era than Calvin. Most of his works are still available and the…

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