Looking for resources to supplement your diligent bible study? So are we, and we are happy to share. We are regularly finding solid biblical biographies and books to help the church grow in its adoration and worship of Jesus Christ. We pray these free public domain resources may help you dwell in the presence of the Almighty and tread with diligence the “ancient paths”.
The Life and Diary of David Brainerd by Jonathon Edwards
This book is a collection of the journal and writings of David Brainerd, a short & powerful life lived for Jesus Christ. If you know anyone who feels they are not healthy enough or prepared enough or educated enough to serve Christ, this testimony will set them straight.
The Seduction of Christianity by Dave Hunt & T.A. McMahon
Dave & Tom produced here a book necessary for the discernment of the church. This should be a required read for all believers. For anyone who has or could be wooed by false teachings and new age spirituality, this book will open their eyes.
If by Amy Carmichael
Missionary and Christ follower Amy Carmichael hits the Christian heart with this brief and powerful booklet. Intended for her fellowship, it has been found to be an enduring treasure to the whole of Christianity.
Knowledge of the Holy by A.W. Tozer
Pursuit of God by A.W. Tozer
A.W. Tozer was a self taught theologian with a deep devotion to God and the pursuit of Jesus Christ. Tozer embodied the work of a modern day prophet. He was called of God to three great burdens, prayer, study, and proclamation.
Morning and Evening Readings by Charles Spurgeon
This daily devotional is an excellent source for keeping the “morning and evening watch”. As you grow with Christ, C.H. Spurgeon’s work will serve as a guide to encourage and exhort you.
The Bloody Theater or Martyrs Mirror of the Defenseless Christians
This is a dauntless exposition on the history of those who “loved not their lives unto the death”… “Who Baptized Only Upon Confession of Faith, and Who Suffered and Died for the Testimony of Jesus, Their Saviour, From the Time of Christ to the Year A. D. 1660”