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A Year Done Differently By John William Cherry
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About the Book: Daniel Webster, defending Dartmouth College in a case before the Supreme Court, famously said “It is, sir, a small college. And yet there are those who love it.” The same... More > observation could be made about the Clover Hill Reformed Church. Founded in 1834, the Congregation celebrated their 175th Anniversary in 2009 with a year of reflection and recommitment to their ongoing mission. This book recounts the activities of the year and uses them as a lens to view and understand the Church’s history. In a culture that is enthralled with mega-churches, marketing strategies and material measurements of success, Clover Hill, and thousands of churches like her throughout the country, continue to faithfully carry out their work of worship, mission and education. And there are those who love them!< Less
The Pastor and the Prelate By David Calderwood
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This 17th century work refutes prelacy. Calderwood, bound by solemn oath to defend the doctrine and discipline of Biblical Presbyterian government and worship, and to oppose the hierarchy, along with... More > all rites and ceremonies added to the worship of God, does a masterful job here. He uses the Word of God and the proceedings of the ancient and Reformation churches to make his points. He deals with controversies over things "indifferent," people's souls, state and society, etc. - as they are affected by these two systems of government. He points out the far reaching consequences of the implementation of various systems of church government and worship, showing how these specific ideas are eventually mirrored in the culture in general. Summarizing, he notes the classic saying concerning these matters and their consequences in the civil realm, "no ceremony no bishop, no bishop no king," and in the ecclesiastical arena, "no ceremony no prelate, no prelate no pope." (description used by permission of www.swrb.com)< Less
The Soul’s Porter, or a Treatise on the Fear of God By William Price
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William Price (1597-1646), was a Calvinistic minister of the Gospel and one of the active members of the Westminster Assembly. Price’s works are rare. The first is a treatise on the fear of... More > God. He expounds, “The fear of God is the beginning of wisdom,” Proverbs 1:7, and, “Let us hear the conclusion of all: Fear God…” Eccl. 12:13. He covers the nature and kinds of fear in general and more specifically and practically the fear of God. He shows the proper distinguishable symptoms of the fear of God, and essential ingredients that constitute true, genuine fear. Price gives a serious exhortation to fear God as well as the means by which the fear of God may be worked on and increased. Also contained in the volume is his sermon “Man’s Delinquency Attended by Divine Justice Intermixed with Mercy.” This is not a scan or facsimile, and has been updated in modern English for easy reading. It also has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
The Soul’s Porter, or a Treatise on the Fear of God By William Price
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William Price (1597-1646), was a Calvinistic minister of the Gospel and one of the active members of the Westminster Assembly. Price’s works are rare. The first is a treatise on the fear of... More > God. He expounds, “The fear of God is the beginning of wisdom,” Proverbs 1:7, and, “Let us hear the conclusion of all: Fear God…” Eccl. 12:13. He covers the nature and kinds of fear in general and more specifically and practically the fear of God. He shows the proper distinguishable symptoms of the fear of God, and essential ingredients that constitute true, genuine fear. Price gives a serious exhortation to fear God as well as the means by which the fear of God may be worked on and increased. Also contained in the volume is his sermon “Man’s Delinquency Attended by Divine Justice Intermixed with Mercy.” This is not a scan or facsimile, and has been updated in modern English for easy reading. It also has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
Contemplating the Deen of Islam By Qasim Curnutt
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"The humility of being able to acknowledge that you are not the architect of this world nor your own self, and that someone greater than you has provided all this for you, is the beginning of... More > religion. It is only arrogance or heedlessness that can cause someone to deny the countless gifts they have been bestowed with. The sound heart should instantly recognize its need of expressing gratitude. It is for your own benefit, in order to facilitate this expression of gratitude, that God has designated for you a particular way of life, making His commands explicit." -Pg. 11< Less
The Divine Liturgy of St. Basil the Great: Orthodox Service Books - Number 2 By Fr. Joseph Irvin
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That St. Basil composed a Liturgy, or rather reformed an existing Liturgy, is beyond doubt, since besides the constant tradition of the Byzantine Church there are many testimonies in ancient writings... More > to establish the fact. In a treatise on the tradition of the Divine liturgy attributed to St. Proclus, it is stated that when St. Basil noticed the slothfulness and degeneracy of men, how they were wearied by the length of the liturgy, he shortened it in order to cure their sloth. It is not known precisely just what the nature of Basil's reform was. According to the tradition of the Orthodox Church, their Liturgy is practically the work of St. Basil. This is older than either of the other two Byzantine Liturgies (Chrysostom and the Presanctified), and is mentioned under the name of St. Basil in ancient times as if it were then the normal Liturgy. Since the Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom has become the normal liturgy of the Byzantine Church, that of St. Basil is now used only ten times a year.< Less
The Divine Liturgy of St. Basil the Great: Orthodox Service Books - Number 2 By Fr. Joseph Irvin
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That St. Basil composed a Liturgy, or rather reformed an existing Liturgy, is beyond doubt, since besides the constant tradition of the Byzantine Church there are many testimonies in ancient writings... More > to establish the fact. In a treatise on the tradition of the Divine liturgy attributed to St. Proclus, it is stated that when St. Basil noticed the slothfulness and degeneracy of men, how they were wearied by the length of the liturgy, he shortened it in order to cure their sloth. It is not known precisely just what the nature of Basil's reform was. According to the tradition of the Orthodox Church, their Liturgy is practically the work of St. Basil. This is older than either of the other two Byzantine Liturgies (Chrysostom and the Presanctified), and is mentioned under the name of St. Basil in ancient times as if it were then the normal Liturgy. Since the Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom has become the normal liturgy of the Byzantine Church, that of St. Basil is now used only ten times a year.< Less
The True Psalmody - The Bible Psalms the Church's Only Manual of Praise By Scottish Ministers, et. al.
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Worship to God is of primary importance. God has determined what that worship should be like, and what will honor Him. The Reformed Presbyterian Ministers of the 19th century in America have... More > brought together in one volume a fantastic compilation of the best information in their day about what is to be used in singing during corporate worship. The Scottish ministers shortly after, having received this work in their own day well after its first publication, heartily recommended it in their multiple introductory notes. The book deals with the application of the Regulative Principle in singing to God during corporate worship. The theological outcome of such a study dictates the manner in which a Christian may lawfully WORSHIP THE LIVING GOD. We are not speaking about secondary issues, or non-essentials. We are speaking about WORSHIP. The topic is profoundly practical and will press Christians to consider their current position on worship, and the singing of Psalms.< Less
The True Psalmody - The Bible Psalms the Church's Only Manual of Praise By Scottish Ministers, et. al.
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Worship to God is of primary importance. God has determined what that worship should be like, and what will honor Him. The Reformed Presbyterian Ministers of the 19th century in America have... More > brought together in one volume a fantastic compilation of the best information in their day about what is to be used in singing during corporate worship. The Scottish ministers shortly after, having received this work in their own day well after its first publication, heartily recommended it in their multiple introductory notes. The book deals with the application of the Regulative Principle in singing to God during corporate worship. The theological outcome of such a study dictates the manner in which a Christian may lawfully WORSHIP THE LIVING GOD. We are not speaking about secondary issues, or non-essentials. We are speaking about WORSHIP. The topic is profoundly practical and will press Christians to consider their current position on worship, and the singing of Psalms.< Less
"I Will Be Your God" - An Easy Introduction to the Covenant of Grace By Wes Bredenhof
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In this book Rev. Bredenhof explains the Covenant of Grace in simple terms, and clearly explains how this doctrine sets the Canadian and American Reformed Churches apart from most other “New... More > Calvinist” churches. He also delves into how this covenant should affect the way children are raised and worship services are conducted. Whether this book is read for personal edification or as part of a study group in the communion of saints, it will show that in the doctrine of the covenant of grace there is comfort, hope, and joy in Jesus Christ. In this doctrine the gracious way of life given by God and the blessed way of life before God is revealed.< Less

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