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Free Stuff Fridays (Reformation Heritage Edition)

Free Stuff Fridays

This week’s Free Stuff Fridays is sponsored by Reformation Heritage Books who was also the sponsor for the week. (Also, they are having a big Black Friday sale today that may interest you.) There will be 5 winners this week and each will receive the following 5 books:

  • Martin Luther by Simonetta Carr. “In this volume for children, Simonetta Carr tells the compelling story of this father of the Protestant Reformation, tracing his quest for peace with God, his lifelong heroic stand for God’s truth, and his family life and numerous accomplishments. The Reformer’s greatest accomplishment, she writes, “has been his uncompromising emphasis on the free promise of the gospel.”
  • Revelation BeekeRevelation by Joel R. Beeke. “Every true Christian grows spiritually by reading the Bible, and then by reading books about what the Bible says. Many of us are familiar with biblical commentaries that expound upon the text. They help us to understand God’s Word more deeply. But sometimes commentaries can be a bit wooden and overly technical for the average believer. They aren’t as accessible or edifying as we would like. Wouldn’t it be great to have on your shelf biblical commentaries on each New Testament book that faithfully explain and apply the text in an engaging way; in a way that feeds your soul upon God’s truth; in a way that sets forth the unsearchable riches of Christ; in a way that’s both studious and devotional? That is exactly what Reformation Heritage Books are publishing now in a new series of books entitled The Lectio Continua Expository Commentary on the New Testament.”
  • Morning Thoughts by Octavius Winslow. “The selections are deep, heart-warming, and inspirational—just what is needed to promote a Christ-centered beginning to each day. This daily devotional engages the heart as it transforms the will and sure-footedly guides us in the good fight of faith on the way to glory.” — Joel R. Beeke
  • Spiritual Treasury MasonA Spiritual Treasury for the Children of God by William Mason. “In this classic of devotional literature readers will find two heartwarming, biblical reflections for every day of the year. William Mason’s aim for each meditation was to “exalt the Lord Jesus, the perfection of His atonement and righteousness, and the glory of His salvation.” Christians who are eager to cultivate godly zeal will cherish this book, as each page revels in the abundant riches we find in Christ.”
  • Time and the End of Time by John Fox. “This is not your typical self-help book for Christians wanting to better manage their time. It is a theological treatise teaching us to live for the glory of God as wise stewards who have been given both time and resources to administer. The author writes pastorally as one who truly cares for our souls. Not only does he provide practical advice, but he also pleads with us to live for eternity and to walk circumspectly as those who will have to give an account on that final day. There is an urgency in his words that will wake us from slumber and impel us to ‘lay aside every weight and the sin which doth so easily beset us and run with patience the race that is set before us.’”

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