How to Overcome Depression

In this section from “Meet yourself in the Psalms”, Dr. Wiersbe deals with the problem of emotional depression, which is rapidly becoming a major health problem, by examining Psalms 42 and 43. He suggests that to overcome depression, you must make some radical changes in your outlook on life. In “Uplook for the Downcast” the […]

The Problem With Pulpit Committees

There is something about the ‘system’ which I am part of that bothers me. It’s the whole idea of pulpit committee’s. While I’ve had the privilege of working with several wonderful groups of people, this is not always the case. There are problems with this system. First of all, you have sheep calling the Shepherd. […]

Chosen Vessels

– edited by Charles Turner. Servant Publications. In this volume, ten well-known writers candidly discuss their heroes and explain why they admire them. J.I. Packer writes on David Martyn Lloyd-Jones, Thomas Howard on his father Philip Howard, Jr., R.C. Sproul on Thomas Aquinas, and so on. It’s a rich feast of good things for those […]

Counseling the Depressed

– Archibald D. Hart. Word Publications. This is Volume five of the Resources for Christian Counseling series. Gary Collins is the general editor of this helpful series. The author explains what depression is and gives helpful guidelines for counseling children, teens, the elderly, the bereaved, the suicidal person and so on. 2ProphetU2ProphetU is an online […]

Ecclesiastes: The Mid-Life Crisis

– Don Anderson. Loizeaux. A practical study of the neglected book, Ecclesiastes. This is not a detailed commentary but an exposition of the book as it applies to the so-called “mid-life crisis.” 2ProphetU2ProphetU is an online magazine/website, started by Warren Wiersbe and Michael Catt, to build up the church, seek revival, and encourage pastors. […]

Jesus: Lord and Savior

– F. F. Bruce. InterVarsity Press. It is wise for the preacher to read at least one new book a year on the person of Jesus Christ. The book proves that the “Christ of history” is also the “Christ of faith and experience.” Dr. Bruce adequately answers those who claim Jesus was a revolutionary, a […]

Listen! Our Dying Saviour Speaks!

– Lehman Strauss. Loizeaux. This is one of the best books on our Lord’s “seven last words from the cross”. A noted Bible teacher and author, Strauss packs a lot of truth – and Scripture – into these 112 pages! 2ProphetU2ProphetU is an online magazine/website, started by Warren Wiersbe and Michael Catt, to build up […]

Oswald Chambers: The Best from All His Books

– Harry Verploegh Oswald Chambers has long been appreciated for his ability to express spiritual truth in memorable statements, and this volume gives you the very best. The items are much more than sentence quotations and are listed under about 400 topics. There is a great deal of substance to this book, and the pastor […]

The Celebrant

– Charles Turner. Servant Publications. Turner does not waste words as he tells the moving story of one man’s ministry in Memphis during the yellow fever epidemic of the 1870s. This is one of the few novels I have read in which I have underlined sentences! Don’t be misled by the brevity of this book. […]

The Contemporaries Meet the Classics

– Leonard Allen. Howard Publishing. This is a solid collection of writings on prayer from the classical to the contemporary. You’ll find enriching insights from C. S. Lewis, Max Lucado, Andrew Murray, John Calvin, Jim Cymbala, Charles Wesley, Tony Evans and others. The book deals with the Purpose of Prayer, the Psalms as Prayer, Patterns […]

When God Prays

Discovering the Heart of Jesus in His Prayers – Skip Heitzig. Tyndale. A solid resource to use if you are going to do a series on the prayers of Jesus. Every preacher and teacher should do a study on the High Priestly Prayer of Jesus, for your people and your own edification. This is a […]

Volume 03, Issue 18

September 9 Matthew Henry started to write the NT portion of his famous Commentary, 1712. September 14 Handel completed the Messiah after working without interruption for 23 days, 1741. Francis Scott Key wrote the words to the national anthem, 1824. September 28 William the Conqueror landed in England, 1066. 2ProphetU2ProphetU is an online magazine/website, started […]

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