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The Reformed Pastor

The Reformed Pastor 

"A revitalized pastor, renewed in heart and spirit to serve God fully"

The Reformed Pastor  by Richard Baxter was one of those books that I kept bumping into and hearing about for years, but never actually got around to reading it.

To be honest, the word “reformed” in the title probably scared me. However, shortly after my ordination a year ago, the Lord placed this book upon my heart and I can honestly say without hesitation that this book has marked my ministry and changed my life in many ways.

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George Muller The Secret of His Power in Prayer

by Andrew Murray

When God wishes anew to teach His Church a truth that is not being understood or practiced, He mostly does so by raising up some man to be in word and deed a living witness to its blessedness. And so God has raised up in this nineteenth century, among others, George Muller to be His witness that He is indeed the Hearer of prayer. I know of no way in which the principal truths of God’s word in regard to prayer can be more effectually illustrated and established, than a short review of his life and of what he tells of his prayer-experiences.

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The Normal Christian Life

by Watchman Nee

Raised and educated in the providence of Southern China in a town called Foochow, Watchman Nee prospered as a young man. He excelled his peers, and his academic achievements frequently placed him at the top of his class. However, his life was forever changed when, at the age of seventeen, he gave himself completely to Christ.

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The Pilgrim Church

E.H. Broadbent

Are you one of those people who think history is boring? Maybe you think church history is the most boring of all, a tedious list of names and places that you can neither pronounce nor remember. Allow us to recommend a totally different kind of church history book, The Pilgrim Church. Its story will fascinate, inspire, and challenge you. It is simply the account of God’s faithful remnant, which the author calls The Pilgrim Church, from the time of Pentecost until the early twentieth century. Thoroughly researched and very well documented, it shows clearly that God has always preserved a faithful Church. In every stage of history there have been groups of sincere, seeking souls who separated themselves from the world and the religious establishment and sought only to serve God and live like Jesus. In The Pilgrim Church, E.H. Broadbent records the history of many of those groups, documenting their failures as honestly as their successes.

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