Episode 104 features a discussion on the value of reading Christian books, especially for those who are participating in the Year of Biblical Literacy. The discussion makes reference to a number of writings; Links are below
The Heart of Christ by Thomas Goodwin
Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life by Donald Whitney
How Much Should I Study Doctrine? by Jen Wilkin
Resolutions of Jonathan Edwards
Memoir of Thomas Watson by C. H. Spurgeon
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In this minisode, excerpts are read from Charles Haddon Spurgeon’s 1882 sermon based on Psalm 119:117 entitled “My Hourly Prayer”.
Link to a free pdf of this sermon from the Spurgeon Gems sermon archive can be found
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My Hourly Prayer - Excerpts from a sermon by C.H. Spurgeon [ 4:32 ] Play Now
In Episode 78, we will explore some ideas concerning how to have Christian fellowship with those who come after us in the future.
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Christian Spiritual Formation - Fellowship In the Future Tense [ 10:16 ] Play Now
Episode 68 is the fifth and final episode of our exploration of Christian Treasures in London. In this episode, we explore the history of the Metropolitan Tabernacle and the Tower of London.
Link to the Metropolitan Tabernacle website is found
Link to the Tower of London website
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Episode 59 is Part 2 of our exploration of the 19th century devotional classic “The Still Hour” by Austin Phelps.
Part 1 can be found
Link to a pdf of the 1885/1893 publication of “The Still Hour” can be found
Link to Amazon for a hard copy of “The Still Hour” can be found
Link to an 1860 sermon by Charles Haddon Spurgeon making mention of this book can be found
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