Christian Book Guide - Doctrine Of Salvation
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|Saved Without a Doubt|
By John MacArthur
With pastoral love and concern, John MacArthur carefully examines classical biblical texts affirming the forever quality of salvation but does not ignore the troubling passages that seem to indicate otherwise. From there, he shows how those truths apply to you by presenting eleven biblical tests to help determine whether you've experienced salvation once and for all.
|The Murder of Jesus|
By John MacArthur
In The Murder of Jesus noted scholar and pastor John MacArthur leads you step by step through the betrayal, trial, crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ. This powerful study will provide you with a more complete understanding of the Passion of the Christ and will help you prepare your heart for the celebration of Easter.
|Experiencing the Passion of Christ|
By John MacArthur
Mel Gibson's blockbuster The Passion of the Christ generated a flood of questions from countless seekers. Rise to the challenge with this reflective resource! Offering an on-the-scene look at Jesus' life, MacArthur confronts Christians and non-believers alike with the tragedy and triumph of the cross---and helps you understand history's pivotal event.
|Saved From What?|
By R.C. Sproul
Consider the power of humble prepositions! We are at once saved by God and from his own judgment. In his inimitable teaching style, Sproul examines all aspects of salvation---our unworthiness, Christ's work on our behalf, the God-given faith that redeems us, eternal wrath and condemnation vs. joy unending, and more.
|Fifty Reasons Why Jesus Came to Die|
By John Piper
The central issue of Jesus' death is not the cause, but the meaning - God's meaning. That is what this book is about. John Piper has gathered from the New Testament fifty reasons. Not fifty causes, but fifty purposes - in answer to the most important question that each of us must face: What did God achieve for sinners like us in sending his Son to die?
|How Can I Be Sure I'm a Christian|
By Donald S. Whitney
In this book Whitney explores the issue of assurance and outlines how Christians can experience a satisfying certainity of eternal life. If occasional doubts prevent you from fully experiencing the security and peace that Christ offers, you'll enjoy the clear assurances offered here. By countering a broad range of doubts with a clear, scriptural basis for confidence, Whitney provides encouragement for believers and gentle warnings to those who base their confidence in themselves rather than in God.
|The Message of Salvation|
By Philip Graham Ryken
Philip Ryken has chosen nineteen biblical passages that take us deeper into the biblical teaching on salvation. The centerpiece of each passage has a familiar ring: election, deliverance, reconciliation, and glorification. But each facet directs us by turns to a glory far exceeding itself. A passion for the grandness of God's work shows through as Ryken illuminates the contours of the message of salvation.
|Is Jesus the Only Way?|
By Philip Graham Ryken
This small booklet is perfect for reference when witnessing or to give to someone who is seeking. Ryken handles some of the tougher questions that Christians get asked in this Postmodern society in regards to the exclusive claim that Jesus is the only way to heaven. Written in a sensitive yet direct way, this is a great introduction to the most essential apologetic issue of our times.
|The Assurance Of Our Salvation|
By D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones
In the 17th chapter of John, Jesus prays for his disciples and all believers---the prayer of a Savior about to lay down his life. One of the 20th century's most gifted preachers, Martyn Lloyd-Jones harvests timeless truths from this beautiful passage by examining why and what Christ prayed, revealing majestic themes of The Assurance of Our Salvation. This insightful, practical exposition describes how to live as new creatures in Christ.
|Around the Wicket Gate|
By Charles Spurgeon
Around the Wicket Gate was written by Spurgeon to those who had some knowledge of the Gospel message but as yet were outside of Christ. Spurgeon makes it clear that to be 'almost a Christian' is a most dangerous state. Here he presents in his own compelling manner the full and free salvation of God through trust in Jesus Christ alone.
|All of Grace|
By C.H. Spurgeon
In All of Grace, C.H. Spurgeon outlines the love of God in such clear, simple language that everyone can understand and be drawn to the Father. Any attempt to please God based upon our own works brings self-righteousness and coldness of heart. It is free grace and mercy of God that makes the heart glow with warmth and thankfulness for God's love. The heartfelt goal of this dynamic classis is summed up in Spurgeon's final cry to the reader, "Meet me in heaven!"
|Christ Our Mediator|
By C.J. Mahaney
What's the key to deepening your love for Jesus? Looking at Christ's cross not through your eyes, but through God's. Redirecting your vision away from feelings and toward objective truth, Mahaney places you at Jesus' side during his final hours. This intense encounter will anchor your faith in a new understanding of God's love and grace.
|The Heart of the Cross|
By Philip Graham Ryken & James Montgomery Boice
Jesus' words and work on the cross carry a message for each of us. A message of eternal life offered up freely. Of a perfect love with no end. Of a glorious hope attained at great cost. And of a divine power that exists beyond the limitations of all flesh. These devotional readings probe Christ's last earthly words and the biblical writers' words about the cross to reveal not only the meaning of Calvary but the heart of God. They will also give you a richer understanding of the amazing love that drove Jesus to the cross, conquering the powers of hell once and for all.
By J.C. Ryle
In this powerful work, Ryle explains that divisive, often derided, term 'born again.' He explains what being 'born again' means, why it is necessary and how you can tell whether you are.
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|Grace Abounding To The Chief Of Sinners|
By John Bunyan
In this powerful account, John Bunyan tells how he was changed from the most notorious rebel in his village to a great man of faith. Through his testimony, you will: be sure of salvation; experience God's grace that covers all sin; recognize God's voice and unchanging love; avoid the devil's traps; discover that the lost in sin can be saved by grace. Bunyan's struggle to gain admittance into the kingdom of God will give you the courage and power for your own journey. For the grace he received is available to everyone--even to the chief of sinners!
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