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This is not as much a commentary as it is an attempt to revitalize interest in the book of Romans itself – as it was written, and as it was meant to be understood.
When we learn to regard prayer as the highest part of the work entrusted to us, the root and strength of all other work, we shall see that we need nothing more than to study and practice the art of praying.
We are not saved by serving Him, but we are saved to serve Him. From the moment we are saved, we ought to live in the service of our Lord.
Finally, we have a book written by one who is both personally and academically qualified to expose the true nature of Young’s writings.
In The Duties of Parents, J. C. Ryle presents seventeen simple and yet profound responsibilities of Christian parents.
The goal of this book is to whet your appetite for heaven. A careful look at Scripture reveals that heaven is what every born-again believer is longing for.
Carefully selected from Mr. Moody’s sermons at home and abroad, it is hoped that these true and wonderful stories may prove of special and personal interest to readers of all ages.
The questions which William Law urges upon the reader are vital, “Are you living the Christian life as it ought to be lived? Do you believe the Bible? Are you a true follower of Jesus or not?”
The Lord must have the key of every closet, of every cupboard, and of every room of your life. Simply give Him the key. He will cleanse and renovate and make beautiful.
May God use this book to inspire many who are currently prayerless, or nearly so, to pray earnestly.
This book challenges the reader to first make sure he is ready to pray, and it also shows from Scripture when and how we ought to pray.
This book is a refreshing, interesting, and yet challenging look at five essential aspects of healthy Christian living.