Spirituality (Books)

 A Call to spiritual reformation

A Call to Spiritual Reformation

D A Carson

God doesn't demand hectic church programmes: chiefly, He wants His people to know Him. This book investigates the New Testament Epistles to see what lessons Paul taught in his "school of prayer. Highly recommended.

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The Cross-Centered

Life

C J Mahaney

Jesus' work on your behalf must be the central motivation for your life and faith - the main thing. C.J. Mahaney shows you how to centre every day around the cross of Calvary and how to escape the pitfalls of legalism, condemnation, and feeling-driven faith. Highly recommended. 

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Stirrings of the Soul

Michael Raiter

What is true spirituality? If we were to meet a 'truly spiritual' person, what would he or she look like? How do we respond biblically to our longing for spiritual intimacy? Michael Raiter surveys contemporary spiritualities, highlighting both their enormous variety and their common features, and tracing their historical, cultural and social roots. 

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Prayer and the Knowledge of God

Graeme Goldsworthy

Prayer is central to Christian faith and life. Graeme Goldsworthy's conviction is that good practice comes form a foundation of good biblical understanding. In this accessible and wide-ranging study, Goldsworthy explores the reality of God, the ministry of Jesus Christ and our experience of being his redeemed people as the grounds for prayer. 

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Keep in Step with the Spirit

J I Packer

Confused about the person and ministry of the Holy Spirit? This book is not merely a theological study, but a rousing call to encourage believers to understand practically how the Spirit works in our life.

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Holiness

J C Ryle

Everyone knows that we are called upon to be holy, but what exactly does "holy" mean and what does "holy" look like? Ryle strips away confusing teachings on holiness and systematically unfolds the true beauty of what it means.

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The Screwtape Letters

C S Lewis

Wormwood, a demon apprentice, has been given his first earthly assignment---secure the damnation of a young man who's just become a Christian. He seeks the advice of an experienced devil---his uncle Screwtape. Their correspondence discloses the psychology of temptation from the side of demons. Highly imaginative, but invaluable insights on temptation, pride, the power of prayer, and the ultimate victory of faith over the forces evil.

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The Pilgrim's Progress

John Bunyan

The allegory of Christian the pilgrim on his journey to the Celestial City. Although this book was written more than three hundred years ago, this stirring spiritual narrative still bears the power to challenge and encourage readers on their own spiritual journey.