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Christian Audio is offering a biography on A.W. Tozer for free this month. Haven’t read it personally but several who have say it is worth getting–especially for free.  You will be encouraged by some of this man’s godliness but also realize that he had feet of clay–like all servants of God do.

Here’s some free wallpaper for your computer and mobile device that will remind you Who is King! It is also free

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Justin Taylor notes that D. A. Carson “strongly endorses Dr. Megan Best’s new book, Fearfully and Wonderfully Made: Ethics and the Beginning of Human Life (Matthias Media, 2012): “At last—a single volume examining beginning-of-life issues that is equally competent in biology, theology, philosophy, and pastoral care. This is now the ‘must read’ book in the field, a necessary resource not only for pastors, ethicists, and laypersons who share her Christian convictions, but also for anyone who wants to participate knowledgeably in current bioethical debates.”

Many bloggers I read are talking about the new book by J. D. Greear entitled Stop Asking Jesus into Your Heart:  How to Know for Sure You are SavedIt’s on sale right now for a reasonable price in the Kindle edition. You can read one chapter here for free.

“If you have ever heard the preaching of pastor Alistair Begg of Truth for Life Ministries, you know he has a Scottish brogue that seems to freshen every word he speaks. Now, Cruciform Press has teamed up with Alistair Begg to produce this beautiful, unabridged recording of what is quickly becoming a classic work from Jerry Bridges.This book is available as either a 2-CD product or downloadable audio book. It  runs about 2.5 hours and lists for $12.98, but we are offering it here for just $7.49.”  You can listen to chapter 3 of Who I Am for free by clicking here.

David Murray reviews Building a Pure Life, a “book was forged in the battlefield of personal sanctification as Pastor and Biblical Counselor, Dave Coats, fought for purity in this muddy world. Also, having worked with people in this area of spiritual struggle for many years, he concluded that the best way to help people who already lacked personal discipline and self-control was to provide a workbook format that “forced” them to study the Word of God daily.Over an eight week period of manageable daily lessons, Dave systematically dismantles the heart idols that surround the sins of impurity and gradually builds a new and powerful sense of the greatness and goodness of God. The mind is renewed by daily readings, songs, meditations, and questions, hopefully renewing the heart in the process.”  You can buy it here.

 

– See more at: http://cruciformpress.com/our-books/who-am-i/#audiobook

 

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WTS books is offering a great price still on Kevin DeYoung’s newest book The Hole in Our Holiness.

Desiring God also features some short video clips of Kevin discussing various aspects of this book and its application to our lives. There are more but here are a few:

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Unlikely heroes

Unlikely heroes in Scripture!

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A year or so ago, I was alerted about a new/old book called  The Hidden Life of Prayer.  John Piper strongly endorsed it and it was relatively inexpensive. All of our pastors and deacons read it and interacted with it.  It was a helpful little volume on prayer.

Tim Challies is leading an online discussion of it over the next few weeks.  Most of you will probably not participate in that but there are some really good deals regarding this book that you might want to check out including a very inexpensive Kindle edition of this classic and a free audiobook just released.

Click here for all the offers and explanation of this book!

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