This book is based on a series of articles which appeared between 2005 and 2008 in the quarterly magazine “Words of Peace and Truth”. Its objective is to focus the reader’s mind on the imminence of the second coming of our Lord Jesus Christ and to describe in simple language the events connected with this glorious advent, as these are presented to us in the Holy Scriptures.
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Here we have an anthology of spoken and written ministry by the late Mr Ben G. Hardingham (1890 -1974), edited by his son, E. Peter Hardingham. It includes meditations on the life, death, resurrection and exaltation of the Lord Jesus and on his glories and offices together with articles of a more pastoral nature.
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A Gospel tract, not a short snappy one aimed at arresting attention but written with the more thoughtful inquiries in mind.
A6 size; 8 Pages.
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This book comprises articles by Tony Sheldrake which appeared by instalments in the magazine "Words of Peace & Truth" between 1995 and 2005. The subjects are "The Kingdom of God throughout the Holy Scriptures," "The Dwelling Place of God," "The Son of Man" and "The Kingship of Christ." In each case the author presents the subject in its Biblical context to help us appreciate its place in God's truth.
The main text extends over 99 pages and the book is offered at the price of £1.50 plus packing and postage.
This is a new presentation of a short gospel tract by William MacDonald, based on John 3:16. It spans six folded pages 10 cms x 14.5 cms, including the front cover and a blank back page. The tract is printed in white on green, glossy, thin card.
A few samples will be sent free of charge but orders of 10 copies and above will be charged at 18.5 pence each (i.e. the cost of production) plus postage.
There is a wide spectrum of teachings and practices presented today as ‘Christianity.’ Against this background this book is an attempt by the Editor of this website to answer the question, ‘What is the real character of Christianity?’ Many quotations from others are included, for two reasons: firstly, to show that the author is not presenting odd or newfangled ideas of his own and, secondly, because it seems unnecessary to re-cast God’s truth when it has already been well expounded.
The main text occupies 176 pages and the book is offered at cost price, i.e. £4.75 per copy, plus packing and postage.