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  • “Godly discipleship is never a natural characteristic in man: it has to be learned, and it has to be practised. Like a skilled musician, the disciple can become rusty if he grows indolent or lethargic, or if he fails to practise his dicipleship every minute of every day.
  • Each book of the Bible is summarised and illustrated in a single page – focusing on the principal features … As well as the pages devoted to individual books there are introductory and general pages presenting charts and maps, a summary of Bible teaching, a list of books for further reading, and a useful index. This book is of particular value for interested friends, young people and those receiving instruction: a handy reference guide for young and old.

  • The Prayer Journal is designed to help in regular and thoughtful prayer. Each day gives a suggested prayer topic and the daily readings. There are spaces for weekly and monthly reflections, and each page has Bible passages on prayer printed in full. At the front and back are sections with tips on how to pray as an individual, a couple, a family and in a group/ecclesia setting. There is plenty of room for your own notes, but the journal is also thin enough to fit into a Bible case, handbag or workbag.
  • A servant, a king, a shepherd summarises much of the life of David – aspects which, in turn, define his greater Son, the Lord Jesus Christ. The author, in exploring the life of David, reveals a pattern for the life of those who follow God, who would share in the covenant made and who wait for that greater King to be revealed, to sit on the throne of his father David.
  • Written in a straightforward style, different authors have prepared the material on each of the prophets (these notes were originally published some years ago in a different format by CSSU).
  • Contains the “Bible Companion” and the “Commandments of Christ” sections.

  • With full colour illustrations throughout, this visual treat is for all those who wish they had been there to see the spectacle of the revelation that was given to the Apostle John.Perhaps you find that when you read Revelation you struggle to picture the visions. If so this new beautifully illustrated book will help stimulate imagination and insight when reading that very special message from the Lord Jesus which promises to bless every reader. The author doesn’t aim to explain the Lord’s visual message, but presents his own depictions of what John might have seen, explaining how he produced them and who was involved, and compares his visual presentations with the attempts of other illustrators, like Albrecht Dürer, who have themselves sought to fire the imagination of readers in previous centuries. This book is a visual treat and is beautifully produced, but its real value is that it will be an ideal companion for whichever interpretation you want to explore. The Thirteen Lectures on the Apocalypse by Brother Robert Roberts would be an excellent text to read alongside, image by image, and some of Brother Roberts’ views are picked up within the text accompanying the illustrations. Brother David’s book is not an end in itself – its aim is to encourage readers to look afresh at the Book of Revelation, using all their faculties.
  • 2002 edition. Please call us on +44 (0)121 777 6328 for initialing information.

  • 2002 edition. Please call us on +44 (0)121 777 6328 for initialing information.

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    This commentary is divided into four sections with a chapter by chapter exposition of the message. A useful book to have to accompany the reading of this prophecy.

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    A series of articles first published in The Christadelphian (1998 – 2000), published as book form.

    “We can view the books of Chronicles as documents preparing a people for the Saviour to come. Like the Gospel accounts of Matthew and Luke, they commence with genealogical information, and continue by describing the growth and power of privileged classes in Judah who quickly moved away from relying on God’s word, killing the prophets and stoning those who were sent to them from God.”

    In these words the book is recommended as a help to the reading of the books of Chronicles.

  • This book was first published in 1986 as The Christadelphians: what they believe and preach (and is still available under this title). Over the years many have been helped by its clear and forthright presentation of Bible teaching. This is a new edition; slightly revised and under this new heading, to widen its appeal. It should provide a very useful follow-on to introductory courses.