Book Review: Morning and Evening by Charles Spurgeon and The Christian Life by Sinclair Ferguson. Spurgeon gives you twice a day grist for the mill of loving Jesus Christ; he incites prayer. Ferguson teaches you how to think about the grace of God in Jesus Christ: he informs understanding. The language of Morning and Evening has been updated, both in the Bible citations (NIV replacing KJV) and in Spurgeon’s comments.
Book Review: Morning and Evening by Charles Spurgeon and The Christian Life by Sinclair Ferguson
Author: David Powlison Date: January 01, 1998
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- Book Review: the Master’s Way of Personal Evangelism by Robert Coleman
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- God’s Place in Your Marriage
- The Book of Job and Counsel in the Whirlwind
- Evangelism Implosion: Reaching the Hearts of Non-Christian Counselees
- Biblical Interpretation and Counseling, Part 2
- Contemporary Confessions
- Biblical Ministry in a Rescue Mission: Interview with Bob Emberger