Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Charles Haddon Spurgeon occupied a unique position among preachers of his era for more than thirty years. This book tells about it.
Choices by John DennisonDecisions you make when you are young will determine the entire character and usefulness of your life. In this book, John Dennison provides Biblical principles that are God's guides to help you develop strong convictions and make right choices.
Christ All - Sufficient by Paul GrieveThe sub-title of this book is "The Unveiling of the Messiah in John 1 - 12". As we look through the first 12 chapters of John's gospel, we will see that, whatever the circumstances of life, the Lord Jesus Christ is the complete and perfect answer to what we are facing.
Christ and the Future by Dr. F.A.TatfordThis book consists of exposition of relevant portions of Scriptures concerning the King and His Kingdom. In addition, the last section deals with bereavement and being "called Home".
Christian Home, by R.K.CampbellThe author presents these gathered thoughts and gleanings as that which appeals to him as the instructions and standard of God for the Christian Home.
Christian Testimony Through the Ages by T.W.CarronSustained by the power of God alone, Christian testimony has continued down through the ages. Strongest when most opposed and weakest when smiled upon by the world, it has continued because its light is Divine and its power is of God.
Collected Writings of William Hoste Vol.1The first volume of a series of "Collected Writings of William Hoste" deals with devotional matters, focusing on the Person and Work of the Lord Jesus Christ. Among other subjects are chapters on the Messiah, Divine Revelations before the Incarnation, and the Christ of God.
Colossians by H.A.IronsideIt was said of Mr Ironside's writings, "They are not too deep, and seldom wrong". This book is consistent with that comment. In Mr Gaebelein's introductory notes, he points out the key to the epistle, which is ch.2:9-10: "In Him dwelleth all the fulness of the Godhead bodily. And ye are complete in Him, which is the head of all principality and power". With this line of truth, the apostle refutes the agnostic teachings that the Colossian Christians were being subjected to.
Concise Bible Atlas by J.Carl LaneyThe sub-title of this book is "A Geographical Survey of Bible History". This popular-level historical and geographicalsurvey of the Bible combines a vivid, easy-to-read commentary with thirty-nine maps and over fifty photographs. The material is based on thorough research, including the author's personal visit to the Holy Land. Fifteen historical periods are discussed, including the Intertestamental Period, the Post-Apostolic Period (A.D.70 to the present), as well as the Old and New Testament periods. Scripture and subject indexes conclude this handy survey.