Sovereign Grace - Past and Present
eBook (PDF), 416 Pages
Collected writings from both past and present preachers of God's Gospel of Free and Sovereign Grace through Jesus Christ. Includes works by William Tiptaft, Tobias Crisp, William Huntington, William Gadsby, Robert Murray M'Cheyne, J.C. Philpot, John Kershaw, James Bourne, Eli Ashdown, Francis Covell, John Vinall, John Warburton, Don Fortner, Henry Mahan, Don Bell, Gary Shepard, Todd Nibert, Tom Harding, Peter Meney and Benjamin A. Ramsbottom. The book also includes an Introduction on 'Sovereign Grace', background information about each author and a useful appendix containing much information about other works written by or about the authors. These works are by authors whose lives span several hundred years, yet their message is the same - they proclaim the grace of God which brings salvation - because the One of whom they speak never changes, He is "Jesus Christ, the same yesterday, and to day, and for ever".
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Jan 19, 2007"Review in The English Churchman, Issue No. 7704 December 2006" Grace - the underserved favour of God towards man but, very sadly, oft neglected at various times in the history of the Christian Church. This doctrine may have been neglected but God has never been without His faithful servants. In this 384 page volume we are reminded of the contribution made by such men as William Tiptaft, Tobias Crisp, William Huntington, William Gadsby, J.C. Philpot, John Kershaw, Robert Murray M'Cheyne, James Bourne, Eli Ashdown, Francis Covell, John Vinall and John Warburton - all men who steadfastly preached the doctrine of Grace. Various sermons and works by these stalwarts of former years are included, preceded by a helpful introduction by the editor. Numerous supportive Scriptural references are included throughout. Although these brethren ministered many years ago their basic message remains vitally important for the present age. Whilst much of the material has been published in... More > earlier years it is most helpful to have it presented in one volume. Each of the men featured has an interesting brief biographical note preceding their exhortation. There is also a most helpful appendix listing further works by those featured in the book. It is refreshing to be reminded of what has been preached and written about the bountiful grace of our merciful God in earlier years, and to be given an opportunity of reading material highlighting this oft neglected doctrine. In part two of the book contributions from those ministering in our own day are included: B.A. Ramsbottom, Don Fortner, Henry Mahan, Don Bell, Gary Shepard, Todd Nibert, P.L. Meney, T.Harding - some of whom minister in the UK. Helpful biographical notes accompany the person's contribution. In a day when so many seem to ignore or slight the doctrine of Grace it is good to have this book centring on this subject. Morgan Crane English Churchman Issue No. 7704 December 2006< Less
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