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Brought up in a Christian family Alan Linton has made frequent visits to Israel. From his interest in Bible study and, in particular, Bible prophecy, he has written this book which maps out the biblical perspective on Israel in history and prophecy. It is sure to whet the appetite of those who believe that God’s dealings with Israel are not finished.
William Trew was born in December 1902 in New Stevenston, Scotland. He trusted the Lord Jesus as a young man of 17, was baptized and received into fellowship in the assembly meeting at Shields Road, Motherwell and was commended to the work of the Lord at the early age of 19.
In this particular volume, Richard Catchpole provides us with an overview of the books that detail the creation of life, the fall, the reestablishment of man's relationship with God on the basis of sacrifice, the flood, God's call of Abram, the establishment of a nation, the Exodus from Egypt, as well as the life of the patriarchs.
Whilst, for many Christians, the Old Testament is a ‘clean’ part of their Bible, remaining untouched and unread, the Psalms, and, to a lesser extent, Proverbs, offer an exception to that premise. In these two books particularly, there is seen to be a connection with the day-to-day realities of Christian experience, as well as that which will uplift the soul.
In recent times Norman Mellish has had a desire to put into writing some of the precious things that the Lord has revealed to him. He feels that the truth of Philippians is sadly neglected in practice as we move one with another, and if any book would be a means of glorifying the Lord we love it is by putting the truth of Philippians into practice.
Print on Demand title. We do not have this title in stock but it will be printed and dispatched to you within 7-10 working days. This first edition came out in September 1945 shortly after the end of World War II. It resulted from the exercise of a number of brethren in South-West England who were burdened to meet the need among assemblies in the UK for a consistent ministry of the word.
This book, Volume 4 of the magazine, covers the years 1951-52. In the reports, there is a fascinating record of assembly history in many parts of the country. In the articles there is the same rich mix of material that is expository, informative and devotional.