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Holiness ONLY £3.00
by J C Ryle
"I only know it is far easier to be a Christian among sinnging, praying, sympathising Christians in a public room than to be a consistent Christian in a quiet, retired, out-of-the-way, incongenial home"
J C Ryle wrote this timeless classic on holiness over a hundred years ago, yet how poignant his words still are for us today. Sadly, we all know how easy it is to appear godly in public, while behind closed doors to continue in our own sin.
This modern English version will challenge a new generation of readers to live a Chirst-like life. Ryle reminds us that holiness shouldn't be cold, distant and unobtainable, but that Christ Himself is the root of our godliness. Be exhorted not to simply settle for half-hearted holiness, but to strive to be holy in every area of our lives.
'Holiness is by far Ryle's most important doctrinal and pratical work... In any list of must-read books, this one should be somewhere near the very top.'
- John MacArthur
A.S.K. (RRP £8.99) ONLY £4.50
by David Robertson
Real world questions / real world answers
We all haev questions about Jesus, the Bible, the Christian faith and our cultrure today. The great news is that Jesus gives answers. The questions in this book were gathered from teenagers around the world; all of them are real questions from real people. The answers given may lead to more questions - that's ok. The main aim of this book is that you come to see and know better the One who is the Answer, Jesus Christ.
'I wish I had been given a book like this when I was a young Christian. I highly recommend it not only for teens but for all ages.'
- William Edgar
Westminster Theological Seminary
A Christian's Pocket Guide to Suicide and Euthanasia
by Eryl Davies ONLY £3.00
In a society that does not like to speak about death, Eryl Davies brings a contemporary, biblical, pastoral perspective on one of the most controversial topics of our times. The desire to control when and how one's life ends can be a complex and heart-breaking issue, so Davies encourages Christians to be informed, and to engage with the debate, bringing God's light to the darkness.