Free Stuff Fridays
Here we are at another Friday. This is a significant one around these parts because it’s the last day of school for our kids before they get a week off for March Break. This means that hundreds of thousands of Canadians are heading for the airports and, from there, to southern climes. And who can blame them, really. It has been a long winter.
But I digress. Now, to the business at hand. This week’s Free Stuff Fridays sponsor is Granted Ministries. About their ministry they say, “Our site consists primarily of sermons that are available for purchase or free download. We refuse to profit in any way from this ministry and will give you the resources if you are in any way unable to pay for them. The messages you will find on this site are not necessarily unique to us. Several of these messages can be found on other, more well-known websites. It is not our aim to be anything special or unique. We are simply endeavoring to serve the people of God with the teaching of His glorious Word.”
They are offering five prize packages, each of which will contain two books they’ve published: Justification & Regeneration by Charles Leiter (which I’ve reviewed here) and The One True God by Paul Washer (which I’ve also reviewed, as it happens).
Of The One True God I wrote, “Suitable for individual use, small groups or Sunday school classes, this is a valuable book and one that will serve you well. It will draw your mind, your heart and your affections to the One True God. I highly recommend it and agree with Iain Murray—a young Christian could scarcely do better than to work through it with care, keeping his Bible open all the while.” And of Justification and Regeneration I wrote, “Though dealing with a deep subject and one of critical importance, Justification and Regeneration is very accessible and is written in a way suited even to new believers. The chapters are short, making it easy to read just a few pages at a time. Charles Leiter has done us a great service with this book. I know of no better, more accessible study of these two great truths.”
Rules: You may only enter the draw once. Simply fill out your name and email address to enter the draw. As soon as the winners have been chosen, all names and addresses will be immediately and permanently erased. Winners will be notified by email. The giveaway closes Saturday at noon.