Author: Richard Newton Publisher:...
Consider how the Triune God may best be worshiped according to the principles and regulations of His Word.
Author: Various Writers Publisher: Reformation Heritage Books | Series: | Binding: Paperback, 196pp Short Description: Thirteen well-respected scholars urge the church to rediscover the wonderful treasure of the Psalms.
Author: Arie Elshout Publisher: Reformation Heritage Books | Series: | Binding: Paperback, 114pp Short Description: Here is a helping hand extended to all who are sorry for their sins and take refuge in Christ, and a reminder that the Lord desires to comfort and refresh penitent sinners with the gospel promises of His Table.
Author: Ashton Oxenden Publisher: Reformation Heritage Books | Series: | Binding: Paperback, 46pp Short Description: Over the course of the week, you will cover topics such as repentance, faith, holiness, God's Word, prayer, Christ's sufferings, and love.
Author: Guilelmus Saldenus and Wilhemus Brakel Publisher: Reformation Heritage Books | Series: Classics of Reformed Spirituality | Binding: Paperback, 144pp Short Description: The two seventeenth-century essays translated and offered in this book were originally designed to help people of the Dutch Further Reformation derive the greatest benefit from...
Author: Cornelius Venema Publisher: Reformation Heritage Books | Series: | Binding: Hardback, 198pp Short Description: Presenting a historical, exegetical, and systematic treatment of the subject, Venema demonstrates the validity and value of having covenant children partake of first communion subsequent to their personal profession of faith.
Author: Keith Weber Publisher: Day One Publications | Series: Sundays, Great Days | Binding: Paperback, 168pp Short Description: Jesus, Lord of the Sabbath, has shown us that this commandment has been, and always will be, central to a healthy, fruitful relationship with him.
Author: Iain D Campbell Publisher: Day One Publications | Series: Sundays, Great Days | Binding: Paperback, 240pp Short Description: A cogent argument that for the Christian believer, the Sabbath principle is one which is still binding, relevant, necessary and beneficial.