Recommended Book List

Bibles

King James Version of The Bible.

The Word of God in the English language.


The Interlinear Bible Hebrew-Greek-English. (Jay P. Green, Sr.)

I do not recommend the interlinear bible as a replacement for the King James Version. However, it has been a great help to me as it contains God’s preserved inspired word in the original languages. The four volumes display all of the Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek words of the Bible in the Masoretic Hebrew Text and the Received Greek Text (Textus Receptus), with literal, accurate English meanings placed directly under each original word in interlinear form, with Strong’s Concordance numbers over each original word.

I highly recommend obtaining it in a Four Volume Edition in Hardback with Large print which also contains the King James Version of the New Testament in the Fourth Volume that you can compare with Jay P. Green Sr’s Literal Translation. A word of note. Mr Green translates the Greek word Ekklesia as “church” in this version of the Literal Translation and underneath the Greek, but “assembly” in his more updated Literal Translation.


Volume 1:

ISBN-10: 1589604768

ISBN-13: 978-1589604766

Hardcover – 728 Pages.


Volume 2:

ISBN-10: 1589604776

ISBN-13: 978-1589604773

Hardcover – 750 Pages.


Volume 3: Psalm 56 – Malachi 4:5

ISBN-10: 1589604784

ISBN-13: 978-1589604780

Hardcover – 756 Pages.


Volume 4: New Testament

ISBN-10: 1589604792

ISBN-13: 978-1589604797

Hardcover – 814 Pages.

Bible Study Tools

Strong’s Concordance of The Bible (James Strong)

By no means infallible, but a very helpful resource. I recommend the large print edition.

ISBN-10: 0785212183

ISBN-13: 978-0785212188

Encyclopedias

Cyclopedia of Biblical, Ecclesiastical and Theological Literature – 12 Volume Set (John McClintock & James Strong)

ISBN-10: 0801061237

ISBN-13: 9780801061233


The Encyclopaedia of Religion and Ethics – 13 Volume Set (James Hastings)

ISBN-10: 0567094898

ISBN-13: 9780567094896

Historical

The Two Babylons Or, The Papal Worship Proved To Be The Worship of Nimrod and His Wife (Alexander Hislop)

ISBN-10: 0342625012

ISBN-13: 978-0342625017

Hardcover – 354 Pages


With Mercy and Judgment: Strict Baptists and the First World War (Matthew J. Hyde)

In the thick of the dreadful sufferings of war, how do Christians respond? This book presents the diaries, letters and poetry written during the First World War by men and women in one small group of congregations – the Strict Baptists. We are given insight into their soul exercises, their daily lives and their Christian profession amid those trying circumstances.

ISBN: 978-1897837-56-6

Large, Quality Paperback – 554 Pages


John Gill and Justification from Eternity (George M. Ella)

ISBN: 0-9527-074-3-7

Hardcover – 332 Pages


Sketches of Jewish Social Life in the Days of Christ (Alfred Edersheim)

Alfred Edersheim’s well-researched account of everyday Jewish life at the time the New Testament Gospels took place remains one of the best texts on the subject ever authored. This edition includes the authors appendixes.

The reader is taken back to Israel and the surrounding areas more than 2,000 years ago. How the society would appear to the casual traveler, what customs the people practiced, how everyday life proceeded in the Jewish homestead and towns, and how women were treated are topics which Edersheim examines. The author goes into much detail, presenting an evocative picture of a sophisticated society.

We also hear of the political landscape of the era, particularly concerning the Pharisees – the leading social and political movement of the time – and its interactions with rival movements such as the Sadducees and Essenes. Religious rites, the layout and ceremonies of ancient Jewish synagogues and temples, and the creation of the ancient religious Talmudic literature, are related.

ISBN: 9780359013104

Hardcover – 156 Pages


The Temple – Its Ministry and Services as They Were at the Time of Jesus Christ (Alfred Edersheim)

This book takes the reader back to the times when the Lord Jesus passed through the streets of Jerusalem, and the Sanctuary, when He taught in its porches and courts; to portray, not only the appearance and structure of the Temple, but to describe its ordinances and worshippers, the ministry of its priesthood, and the ritual of its services. The author seeks not only to illustrate a subject, in itself most interesting to the Bible-believer, but also chiefly, to sketch, in one important aspect, the religious life of the period in which our blessed Lord Jesus lived upon earth, the circumstances under which He taught, and the religious rites by which He was surrounded; and whose meaning, in their truest sense, He came to fulfil.

Obtainable from Lulu Press

Hardcover – 416 Pages

Textual Criticism

Unholy Hands On The Bible: An Introduction To Textual Criticism (Dean W. Burgon & Jay P. Green, Sr.)

ISBN-10: 1878442635

ISBN-13: 978-1878442635

Hardcover – 672 Pages


Unholy Hands on the Bible: An Examination of Six Major New Versions (Jay P. Green, Sr.)

ISBN-10: 1878442651

ISBN-13: 978-1878442659

Hardcover – 692 Pages

Sound Doctrine

The Sovereignty of God (Arthur Pink)

An unabridged, unaltered edition that has not been tampered with by apostates. Includes an introduction by the author, with the complete appendices (I through IV) at book’s end.

ISBN-10: 1603868372

ISBN-13: 978-1603868372

Hardcover – 236 Pages


CHRIST as Revealed in the Old Testament (S.F. Paul)

If the Scriptures are searched, Christ will be found set forth in them all from Genesis to Revelation. This book is in two parts, firstly it looks at the experiences of some of the Bible saints. Secondly, it leads the reader into the wondrous Person of Christ.

ISBN-10: 1897837739

ISBN-13: 978-1897837733

Paperback – 206 Pages


Sermons of a Seceder (William Tiptaft)

ISBN: 978-1897837-95-5

Hardcover – 222 Pages


Expositions of Holy Scripture (J.C. Philpot)

Studies in the Psalms, Ecclesiastes and Isaiah.

ISBN: 978-1897837450

Hardcover – 205 Pages


The Believer’s Rule of Life (William Huntington)

What is the believer’s rule of life? Is it the law that God gave through Moses or is it that perfect law of liberty in Christ? William Huntington so clearly sets forth from the scriptures the law of faith which works by love. Many have been delivered from the man-inflicted bondage of legalism through this book to serve Christ in newness of spirit.

ISBN: 9780557563753

Paperback – 69 Pages


Galatians: The Biblical Precept of Freedom (Tim James)

Nowhere is the claim to desire freedom so thoroughly denied by people’s actions than in the sphere of religion. All religions, while claiming to set people free, instead multiply rules and restrictions. For this reason, almost all sermons on the believer’s freedom spend more time hedging that freedom with warnings against sin than actually setting people free. But the Lord said, “If the Son shall make you free, you are free indeed.” In the book of Galatians, Paul made a clear and powerful argument for the freedom of the believer. In this commentary, the author breaks the chains of bondage that many have put on this book: he sets the Book of Freedom free! With unassailable argument, he sets forth the radical freedom that is the possession of every believer, shows why believers can be trusted with that freedom, and unfolds that it is only in the context of this freedom that they can truly express the fruit of the Spirit—showing Christ and His Cross is the reason. Read it, believe it, and be free.

ISBN: 978-0-359-39878-2

Obtainable from Lulu Press.

Hardcover – 284 Pages


Sermons by John Kershaw (Edited by B.A. Ramsbottom)

John Kershaw (1792-1870), a close friend of William Gadsby, was a preacher of the gospel for over fifty years in Rochdale, England.

His preaching was very simple; he spoke from the heart to the heart as he set forth the doctrines of free and sovereign grace, insisting on a gracious experience of truth.

The book also includes a biography.

ISBN: 9781897837061

Hardcover – 296 Pages


Ernest Roe Sermons – Volume 1 (Ernest Roe)

44 sermons by a faithful brother in Christ Jesus preached from 1917-1931. Ernest Roe (1883-1967) was a preacher of the gospel in the Strict Baptist assemblies for over 65 years. Highly recommended.

ISBN: 978-1-911466-16-1

Hardcover – 414 Pages


Ernest Roe Sermons – Volume 2 (Ernest Roe)

A further 42 sermons preached by our brother Ernest Roe from 1917-1931. Also includes 6 prayers and a short forward by the publisher. Highly recommended.

ISBN: 978-1-911466-17-8

Hardcover – 418 Pages


Sermons by William Gadsby (William Gadsby)

William Gadsby (1773-1844) was a preacher of the gospel for 38 years in Manchester, England. With his son John he launched in 1835 the Gospel Standard magazine and was its first editor. This book is a collection of his sermons and includes a biography written by brother B.A. Ramsbottom.

ISBN: 0-903556-91-X

Hardcover – 390 Pages


Life, Letters and Sermons of Caleb Sawyer (Caleb Sawyer)

This book contains 30 sermons and an autobiographical account of the life of brother Caleb Sawyer, including portions from his diary, letters, and his funeral service. Includes a forward by F.L. Gosden. Faithful gospel preaching. Highly recommended.

ISBN: 0-903556-59-6

Hardcover – 317 Pages


Life, Letters and Sermons of Frank L. Gosden (Frank L. Gosden)

22 sermons by brother Frank L. Gosden. Includes a biographical sketch of his life, as well as letters, illustrations, a few gathered fragments and his funeral address. There is a short forward at the beginning by brother B.A. Ramsbottom. Highly recommended.

ISBN: 0-903556-66-9

Hardcover – 249 Pages


The Works of Henry Mahan – Volume 1 (Henry Mahan)

The Works of Henry Mahan Volume One contains With New Testament Eyes (Pictures of Christ in the Old Testament) and The Gospel According to Isaiah.

ISBN-10: 1435706196

ISBN-13‎: 978-1435706194

Hardcover – 484 Pages


Editorials from “The Signs of The Times” – Volume 1 (Gilbert Beebe)

Available from Lulu Press

Hardcover – 390 Pages


Select Writings of Samuel Trott – Volume 1 (Samuel Trott)

Samuel Trott was a firm Predestinarian, an Exalter of Christ Alone, and one who contended in earnest for that “faith once delivered unto the saints.” Along with Gilbert Beebe, he was one the most influential teachers of that group of Particular Baptists which came to be known as “Old School.” With this volume of Trott’s Writings, as selected from the Signs of the Times, it is hoped, under the blessing of the LORD, to attempt to establish afresh, a renewed evaluation and appreciation, of the writings of one who faithfully served his generation, in setting forth the Glories of Christ’s Redemption-Grace; not only to those who were privileged to know him personally, but to many subsequent generations of Christ minded believers; even to this dark day, wherein the Essential Truths of the Gospel are, for the most part thrown aside, or trampled underfoot by men whose minds have been corrupted from the simplicity or singleness that is in Christ.

ISBN: 9781329630161

Hardcover – 458 Pages


Select Writings of Samuel Trott – Volume 2 (Samuel Trott)

ISBN: 9781329630208

Hardcover – 518 Pages


An Antidote Against Arminianism (Christopher Ness)

The real antidote Against Arminianism (Undiluted, Uncompromised, Unfiltered and Restored in to hardcover after 300 years) or A Succinct Discourse to Enervate and Confute all the Five Points thereof. From the scope of the entire book, it is apparent that Ness thoroughly understood and taught that the teachings known as Arminianism were not merely theological errors, not just a weaker gospel, nor just an interpretive viewpoint, but that these teachings distorted the Gospel of Christ to the point that it becomes a different gospel altogether. Those who believe the true Gospel know that these life and death issues lie at the very heart of the Gospel, for if one is an Arminian Conditionalist, he is dead in trespasses and sins; as those in Christ, believe in a salvation that is conditioned on His saving merits alone.

ISBN: 9780359453979

Hardcover – 180 Pages


Sparkles of Glory (John Saltmarsh)

Sparkles of Glory, or some beams of the Morning-Star; wherein are many discoveries as to truth, and peace, to the establishment, and pure enlargement of a Christian in Spirit & Truth. Printed in 1647. John Saltmarsh, 1612-1647, studied at Magdalene College, Cambridge. Around 1643 he began to voice his fundamental opposition to all empty forms of the Established Church, having given up his living at Heslerton because of his principles against tithe-taking. Early in 1645, he took appointment as Rector of Brasted, in Kent, but refused the income. In the last three years of his life Saltmarsh established himself in positions that made him a favorite target of the Presbyterian supporters who wanted nothing more but to see him imprisoned. He became known as a vigorous advocate of religious toleration and liberty of conscience, of Free and Sovereign Grace, and a loyal supporter of Cromwell’s New Model Army. About June 1646 Saltmarsh became an Army Chaplain to the forces of General Fairfax.

ISBN: 9781365790577

Hardcover – 138 Pages


A Spirit-Taught Shoemaker: Memoirs and Letters of James Abbot (Henry Sant)

Collected together for the first time in this volume are the writings of a London shoemaker, James Abbott. Though poor outwardly, James Abbott was rich in the things of grace and well taught by the Holy Spirit.  This fact is evident in these experimental letters which are full of the best Christ-exalting divinity.

ISBN 13: 9781901716054

Hardcover – 391 Pages


Life and Sermons of John M’Kenzie (Edited by Matthew J. Hyde)

John M’Kenzie was principally a preacher of the gospel, serving as a shepherd of Christ’s flock in Preston, Lancashire from 1836, and just previous to his death he preached at Shaw Street, Liverpool.

This volume completes the publication of all M’Kenzie’s sermons. In them the spiritual reader will find a real feast of wholesome gospel fare in the rich variety of doctrine, experience and practice which constitutes the best preaching.

ISBN 13: 9781901716078

Hardcover – 540 Pages


The Life and Ministry of Clement Wood (Clement Wood)

Clement Wood was a faithful gospel preacher for over 50 years and a shepherd of Christ’s flock in Croydon, England for 45 years. This book includes a preface and funeral address by brother Gerald Buss, as well as a lengthy biography of his life, together with an account which Mr Wood himself wrote of his wife. 20 sermons, 5 addresses, 3 excellent articles written for young people, 9 letters, poetry, and 11 illustrations complete this treasure of a book. Highly recommended.

ISBN: 978-1-911466-12-3

Hardcover – 344 Pages


Behold The Lamb (James Popham)

ISBN: 978-1-911466-10-9

Hardcover – 391 Pages


According To Mine Heart – The Collected Correspondence of J.K. Popham (Edited by Matthew J. Hyde)

ISBN: 978-1-897837-98-6

Hardcover – 419 Pages


Glimpses of Grace (James Popham)

This volume of extracts from J.K. Popham’s sermons have been selected by the editor, brother James E. North for daily reading with this end in view – to provide a daily glimpse of the abundant grace of God in Jesus Christ for souls in need of daily provision of grace.

ISBN: 978-1-911466-20-8

Hardcover – 384 Pages


Divine Guidance: How May I Know God’s Will? (B.A. Ramsbottom)

How may a believer discern God’s will when a decision has to be taken or a choice made? This booklet seeks to set out Scriptural guidelines, especially for young people. Highly recommended.

ISBN: 978-0-903556-86-6

Booklet – 22 Pages


Meditations on the First Chapter of the Epistle to the Ephesians (J.C. Philpot)

ISBN: 0-903556-61-8

Hardcover – 151 Pages


An Exposition of First Samuel (Tim James)

Faithful gospel teaching. I wish all of these expositions were available in hardcover, but these paperbacks are very well presented, and very good quality with a good size font for easy reading. Highly recommended.

Available From Grace-Ebooks through Lulu Press.

Paperback – 436 Pages


An Exposition of Judges (Tim James)

Available from Grace-Ebooks through Lulu Press.

Paperback – 320 Pages


An Exposition of Ruth (Tim James)

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Paperback – 152 Pages


An Exposition of Joshua (Tim James)

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Paperback – 396 Pages


An Exposition of Deuteronomy (Tim James)

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Paperback – 624 Pages


An Exposition of Hebrews (Tim James)

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Paperback – 412 Pages


An Exposition of Numbers (Tim James)

Available From Grace-Ebooks through Lulu Press.

Paperback – 372 Pages


A Defense of Particular Redemption (William Rushton)

No work stands so tall in the defense of the redemptive work of Christ that we find in the Scriptures as this one. William Rushton, using nothing but the Word of God, earnestly contends for the faith once delivered to the saints. The Lord Jesus said, “I lay down my life for the sheep.” Paul says, He “purchased the church with His own blood.” But long before that God spoke through the prophet Isaiah and said, “For the transgression of my people was he stricken.” The redemption that is in Christ Jesus is particular and successful. Christ saves all His people from their sins!

ISBN: 9780557563791

Paperback – 118 Pages


The True Gospel (Robert Hawker)

With so many claiming to preach and teach “the gospel” in our day, this short work by a preacher in a former day will be of benefit to all who seek the truth as it is in Christ Jesus. The true gospel is the gospel that is set forth in holy scripture. The true gospel gives all the glory in salvation to God and real hope to sinners. Robert Hawker preached for over 40 years in Plymouth, England. His clear and honest dealing with the scriptures exalt Jesus Christ and Him crucified as the Saviour of His people. As the angel said, His name is called Jesus, “for He shall save His people from their sins.” (Matthew 1:21)

ISBN: 9780557562404

Paperback – 32 Pages

Devotional

Ears from Harvested Sheaves (J.C. Philpot)

Following the death of their father J.C. Philpot, his daughters selected pieces from his sermons and arranged them so as to be suitable for daily readings. They are deeply spiritual but also touch upon the practical part of the Christian life.

ISBN: 978-0903556231

Hardcover – 371 Pages


Through Baca’s Vale (J.C. Philpot)

Through Baca’s Vale is a selection of daily readings taken from the sermons and writings of J.C. Philpot. Although the readings are very spiritual, they are also practical and include vital aspects of the Christian’s pathway.

ISBN: 978-0903556224

Hardcover – 531 Pages


Morning Readings (James Bourne)

James Bourne (1773-1853) was the gospel minister used of God in the gracious awakening that occurred in the first half of the 19th century at Pulverbach in Shropshire. It was Mr Bourne’s custom to conduct family morning readings when he was at home in London.

ISBN-10: 1897837372

ISBN-13: 978-1897837375

Hardcover – 320 Pages


Line Upon Line (Tommy Robbins)

“Line Upon Line” contains the writings of brother Tommy Robbins, having been written over a period of 17 years. While Tommy now sits at the throne of the Lamb singing a new song to perfection, it is the same song which he labored to sing in the writings of this book. The love that constrained him in his writing shows a profound insight in exposing the things of Christ and the peace of the believer found in Him. Expecting only those of the congregation where he labored to read his writing, he faithfully worked week-in and week-out to “lay precept upon precept; Line upon line, line upon line; here a little, and there a little” (Isaiah 28:10) to comfort God’s people, and to “cry unto her, that her warfare is accomplished, that her iniquity is pardoned: for she hath received of the LORD’s hand double for all her sins” (Isaiah 40:1).

ISBN: 978-1-936990-02-3

Hardcover – 368 Pages


Precept Upon Precept – Volume 1 (Henry Mahan)

Henry Mahan devotional articles from 1979 – 1987. Brother Henry continually points sinners to look to Christ for all of salvation, and they are full of strong and vital instructions from the word of the LORD; constantly declaring that salvation is of the LORD.

ISBN: 978-1-387-68365-9

Hardcover – 390 Pages


Precept Upon Precept – Volume 2 (Henry Mahan)

Henry Mahan devotional articles from 1988 – 2003.

Hardcover – 484 Pages

For Children

The Birth of Jesus (B.A. Ramsbottom)

This book covers Mary and Joseph’s journey to Bethlehem, The Shepherds, Mary, Simeon, Anna, The Wise Men, Herod, The Wise Men Worship the Lord Jesus and The Flight in to Egypt. The author remains faithful to the gospel message throughout and thankfully there is no mention of the pagan festival of Christmas. Great reverence is shown for the Person of Jesus and the authority of the Bible. It contains no pictures of the Lord Jesus.

ISBN-10: 0903556987

ISBN-13: 978-0903556989

Hardcover – 32 Pages


Miracles of Jesus (B.A. Ramsbottom)

The miracles featured are The Blind Beggar, The Stilling of the Storm, The Money in the Fish’s Mouth, The Feeding of the Five Thousand, Jairus’ Daughter, Healing the Leper, The Healing of the Man let Down the Roof and the Wonderful Catch of Fish. This book encourages the reader to study each of these miracles in the Word of God with Scripture quotes and references. Great reverence is shown for the Person of Jesus and the authority of the Bible. It contains no pictures of the Lord Jesus.

ISBN: 978-0-903556-84-2

Hardcover – 28 Pages


More Miracles of Jesus (B.A. Ramsbottom)

The miracles featured are Jesus’ First Miracle – Turning Water in to Wine, The Healing of the Sick Woman, The Healing of the Boy that Suffered with Lunacy, The Healing of the Madman, The Lord Jesus Walking on the Sea, The Centurion’s Servant, Healing of Peter’s Wife’s Mother, The Raising to Life of the Widow’s Son, The Healing of the Crooked Woman and The Raising of Lazarus. This book encourages the reader to study each of these miracles in the Word of God with Scripture quotes and references. Great reverence is shown for the Person of Jesus and the authority of the Bible. It contains no pictures of the Lord Jesus.

ISBN: 978-0-903556-71-2

Hardcover – 32 Pages


People Jesus Met (B.A. Ramsbottom)

This book features John the Baptist, The Woman at the Well, The Woman in Simon’s House, The Scribe, The Ten Lepers, Zacchaeus, The Children of Jerusalem, and Mary Magdalene. This book encourages the reader to study each of these encounters in the Word of God with Scripture quotes and references. Great reverence is shown for the Person of Jesus and the authority of the Bible. It contains no pictures of the Lord Jesus.

ISBN-10: 0903556855

ISBN-13: 978-0903556859

Hardcover – 32 Pages


Parables of Jesus (B.A. Ramabottom)

The featured parables are The Lost Sheep, The Wicked Judge, The Good Samaritan, The Pearl of Great Price, The Prodigal Son, The Sower, The Great Supper, The Two Houses, The Friend at Midnight and The Ten Virgins. This book encourages the reader to study each of these parables in the Word of God with Scripture quotes and references. Great reverence is shown for the Person of Jesus and the authority of the Bible. It contains no pictures of the Lord Jesus.

ISBN: 978-0-903556-76-7

Hardcover – 32 Pages


More Parables of Jesus (B.A. Ramsbottom)

The featured parables are The Foolish Farmer, The Lost Coin, The Wedding Garment, The Pharisee and the Publican, The Tares in the Cornfield, The Fishing Net, The Wicked Workmen and The Hidden Treasure. This book encourages the reader to study each of these parables in the Word of God with Scripture quotes and references. Great reverence is shown for the Person of Jesus and the authority of the Bible. It contains no pictures of the Lord Jesus.

ISBN-10: 0903556812

ISBN-13: 978-0903556811

Hardcover – 32 Pages


The Crucifixion of Jesus (B.A. Ramsbottom)

Great reverence is shown for the Person of Jesus and the authority of the Bible. It contains no pictures of the Lord Jesus.

ISBN-10: 189783733X

ISBN-13: 978-1897837337

Hardcover – 28 Pages


Peter: Disciple of Jesus (B.A. Ramsbottom)

Great reverence is shown for the Person of Jesus and the authority of the Bible. It contains no pictures of the Lord Jesus.

ISBN: 978-1-897837-89-4

Hardcover – 33 Pages


Paul: Follower of Jesus (B.A. Ramsbottom)

Great reverence is shown for the Person of Jesus and the authority of the Bible. It contains no pictures of the Lord Jesus.

ISBN: 978-1-897837-82-5

Hardcover – 32 Pages


Elijah: Prophet of God (B.A. Ramsbottom and M.H. Philpott)

ISBN: 978-1-89783-765-8

Hardcover – 36 Pages


Elisha: Man of God (B.A. Ramsbottom and M.H. Philpott)

ISBN: 978-1-91146-606-2

Hardcover – 44 Pages


David: Shepherd. Soldier. King. (B.A. Ramsbottom and M.H. Philpott)

ISBN: 978-1-91146-609-3

Hardcover – 44 Pages


Mordecai: The Man with a Secret (B.A. Ramsbottom and M.H. Philpott)

ISBN: 978-1-911466-14-7

Hardcover – 36 Pages


Rahab: Woman of Faith (Mark Philpott)

ISBN: 978-1-911466-19-2

Hardcover – 40 Pages


The First World War: Faithful Under Fire (M.H. Philpott)

A unique book for children aged 7 to 14 about the First World War, written from a Christian perspective.  As well as giving detailed accounts of the war in the trenches, at sea and  in the air, and its effect both on those at home and on the front line, this book shows the deeper lessons to be learned.  It gives first hand accounts of men and women who feared God and how deeply that reverence for God and His Word affected everything in their lives, so that some were able to face incredible dangers and death in trust upon God.

ISBN: 978-189-78-3779-5

Hardcover – 68 Pages


Kept Safely In The Darkest Night…1940-1945 (Translated from the Dutch by Marcus Banfield)

True accounts of God’s mercies to His praying people during the German occupation of Holland in World War II.

ISBN: 978-1-897837-84-9

Hardcover – 157 Pages


Bible People (S.F. Paul)

Obtainable from Gospel Mission Books

Paperback


Bible Places (S.F. Paul)

Obtainable from Gospel Mission Books

Paperback – 69 Pages


Bible Animals (S.F. Paul)

Obtainable from Gospel Mission Books

Paperback – 69 Pages


Bible Miracles (S.F. Paul)

Obtainable from Gospel Mission Books

Paperback – 69 Pages


Bible Histories & Truths (S.F. Paul)

Obtainable from Gospel Mission Books

Paperback

God’s Creation

The Greatest Lie on Earth: Proof That Our World Is Not A Moving Globe – Expanded Edition (Edward Hendrie)

This book reveals the mother of all conspiracies. It sets forth biblical proof and irrefutable evidence that will cause the scales to fall from your eyes and reveal that the world you thought existed is a myth. The most universally accepted scientific belief today is that the earth is a globe, spinning on its axis at a speed of approximately 1,000 miles per hour at the equator, while at the same time it is orbiting the sun at approximately 66,600 miles per hour. All of this is happening as the sun, in turn, is supposed to be hurtling through the Milky Way galaxy at approximately 500,000 miles per hour. The Milky Way galaxy, itself, is alleged to be racing through space at a speed ranging from 300,000 to 1,340,000 miles per hour. What most people are not told is that the purported spinning, orbiting, and speeding through space has never been proven. In fact, every scientific experiment that has ever been performed to determine the motion of the earth has proven that the earth is stationary. Yet, textbooks ignore the scientific proof that contradicts the myth of a spinning and orbiting globe. So-called Christian schools have been hoodwinked into teaching heliocentrism, despite the clear teaching in the bible that the earth is not a sphere and does not move. This book reveals the evil forces behind the heliocentric deception, and why scientists and the denominational “church” system have gone along with it. Highly recommended.

ISBN-10: 194305603X

ISBN-13: 978-1943056033

Paperback – 1042 Pages


The Sphere of Influence: The Heliocentric perversion of the Gospel (Edward Hendrie)

This book focuses on the infiltration into the church of the superstitious myth of heliocentrism and how that infiltration has served to undermine the gospel. Christian belief is an all or nothing proposition. “All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness.” 2 Timothy 3:16.

A person with genuine faith believes what Jesus said about both heavenly and earthly things. “If I have told you earthly things, and ye believe not, how shall ye believe, if I tell you of heavenly things?” John 3:12.

Jesus is God. Jesus created all things in heaven and on earth. See Colossians 1:16-18. God has revealed Himself through His creation.

“[T]hat which may be known of God is manifest in them; for God hath shewed it unto them. For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse.” Romans 1:19-20.

The author does exceptionally well in answering those who in recent times have risen up to oppose the Word of God in their vain attempts to silence the truth of Scripture.

ISBN-10: 1943056072

ISBN-13: 978-1943056071

Hardcover – 710 Pages

Biographical

Life of John Kershaw: 1792-1870 (John Kershaw)

The autobiography of a godly Lancashire preacher of the gospel who laboured, under the rich blessing of the Lord Jesus, as a preacher of free and sovereign grace for over 50 years at Rochdale, and in many parts of Great Britain.

ISBN: 0-904435-68-7

Hardcover – 385 Pages


Tell It To The Generation Following (Compiled by J.E. Pack)

In the favoured town of Irthlingborough the church of God has had a witness for many years. In this interesting book the reader will be able to trace the grace of God manifested in the lives if the Pack family through four generations. Though so varied, the accounts clearly mark out the vital difference between a religion that is “in word only” and that which is “in power, and in the Holy Ghost, and in much assurance.”

ISBN 10: 1-897837-20-8

ISBN 13: 978-1-897837-20-7

Hardcover – 176 Pages


William Gadsby (B.A. Ramsbottom)

This biography is the result of 30 years of painstaking and thorough research by brother B.A. Ramsbottom. The author’s aim has been to tell, in an interesting way, the story of the remarkable life of a godly preacher of the gospel of free and sovereign grace in Christ Jesus.

ISBN: 1-897837-31-3

Hardcover – 352 Pages


When God Works (Thomas Bradbury)

The Early Life of Thomas Bradbury and the fruit of his Ministry at Haydock, England.

For many years Haydock in Lancashire was largely dominated by the coal mining industry, and in early 1859 the owners of some of the coal mines there applied for a preacher to work among the colliers. A young man called Thomas Bradbury was chosen for this work, with no formal theological training, but deeply taught of God in his own soul.

This book gives an account of Thomas Bradbury’s early life, the accounts which he wrote of many of those who were called by God’s grace under his gospel labours.

The book includes sermons and letters.

ISBN: 978-1-897837-52-8

Hardcover – 320 Pages


Christmas Evans (B.A. Ramsbottom)

Quaint, eminently godly, without doubt a preacher greatly used by God, Christmas Evans (1766-1838) has been largely forgotten in recent years. Yet at one time his name was a household word in Wales. In simple and interesting fashion this new biography portrays the remarkable life of this remarkable man.

ISBN: 9780951003503

Paperback – 119 Pages


Memoir of William Tiptaft (J.C. Philpot)

William Tiptaft seceded from the Church of England in 1831 a few years before his friend J.C. Philpot. He was a man who forsook everything for Jesus’ sake and many of his aphorisms are still remembered today. This is the only biography written by Philpot.

ISBN: 1-897837-10-0

Paperback – 160 Pages


Memoir and Sermons of James Bourne (James Bourne)

One of the principal characters in More Than Notion is James Bourne (1773-1854). This short memoir which was first published with Bourne’s letters, is now reproduced with this volume of his sermons. The sixteen sermons give some idea of Bourne’s faithful experimental ministry. This book is a neat hardback with a clear type-face. Edited and compiled by James E. North, and published by the Huntingtonian Press.

ISBN: 1-901670-52-X

Hardcover – 217 Pages


By Faith (John Kemp)

John Kemp (1850 – 1932) faithfully served Christ’s flock at Biddenden, Kent in England for over 50 years. This book serves a purpose in that it encourages the brethren at a time when congregations and faithful gospel preachers are diminishing that God can and does still gather thirsty souls to hear the sound of the gospel – John Kemp being a witness to it. This book contains a lengthy autobiography of John Kemp and continues with a lengthy biography by his wife. Following this are 9 previously unpublished sermons, letters and poetry. The book also includes a large range of illustrations, some recorded memories of Mr Kemp’s life, a preface, and a foreword. Highly recommended

ISBN: 978-1-911466-01-7

Hardcover – 361 Pages


Remembered Mercies Recorded – The Life of George Rose (George Rose)

George Rose (1873 – 1965) was a faithful preacher of the gospel and shepherd of Christ’s flock, labouring in the word at Kent, Surrey, and Lancashire in England. His very interesting autobiography was first published in 1952 when be was 79, but many readers have wondered about his last years. This book is a reprint of his autobiography, together with an additional chapter giving a continuation of his life. 19 sermons and addresses have also been added. This book also contains many illustrations. Highly recommended.

ISBN: 978-1-897837-51-1

Hardcover – 376 Pages


The Puritan Samson – The Life of David Crosley (B.A. Ramsbottom)

The remarkable story of a man whose preaching was wonderfully blessed by God in bringing the gospel to Lancashire – yet who later disgraced himself, before finally being brought to repentance. In his old age acquainted with Whitefield, and reputedly with Bunyan when young, David Crosley’s life was crowned at last by God using him for the salvation of a murderer awaiting execution.

ISBN: 0-903556-93-6

Booklet – 10 Pages


Sukey Harley (Jane Gilpin)

Sukey was born in about 1784, near the Longmynd hills in Shropshire, into a family of sixteen children. Losing her father when very young, she grew up a wilful, unruly, illiterate girl, given to swearing and ready to join in any froliking. Early in her married life, the sover, gracious witness of two of her neighnours had a great effect on her – she could see tuat they possessed something she was a stranger to. God used this witness, and she longed to know their God as her own; a desire which God wonderfully fulfilled. Very touching are her accounts how the Lord taught her to read, and how He delivered her when her cottage was burnt to the ground. This book follows Sukey through her pilgrimage; much of it as seen through her own eyes and spoken by her own lips. Indeed the gracious, guileless simplicity of her account, even in the confessions of her mistakes, will make it attractive to those who like her have to say, “By the grace of God, I am what I am.”

ISBN: 978-1-897837-87-0

Hardcover – 78 Pages


Valiant For Truth: Memoirs and Letters of J.K. Popham (J.H. Gosden)

J.K. Popham (1847 – 1937) was a preacher of the gospel for 70 years. He was a shepherd of Christ’s flock in Brighton for over 55 years. He was editor of the Gospel Standard magazine from 1907-1937 and also the editor of the Friendly Companion for 16 years. Beside being a preacher of the gospel, we believe he also had a gift from the Lord Jesus as a writer and teacher. In the last thirty years of his life he became an exceptionally able leader among the assemblies known as Gospel Standard. His writings dealt with many of the controversial issues of the times, such as the Arminianism, or rather the false gospel of the Sankey and Moody campaigns, and the subject of the relationship between divine sovereignty and man’s responsibility. This book contains a very well written Introductory Essay by J.R. Broome who was also a faithful servant of Jesus Christ who I had the pleasure of meeting many years ago. In the foreward written by brother B.A Ramsbottom, he states “Mr John Broome, in his introductory essay, has shown that reading Mr. Popham’s life is not just an academic exercise. It has vital relevance to things today.” James Popham by the grace of God, I believe, was certainly valiant for the truth, and I highly recommend this book.

ISBN: 0-903556-88-X

Paperback – 352 Pages


Servants of the Living God (Graham Chewter)

Beginning with the turbalent Separatist and Puritan days, through the Victoria era of gospel progress, to days of spiritual decline of the twentieth century, this book provides an insight into the influence of the gospel which is “the power of God unto salvation.” Whether pilgrims searching for freedom of worship, a rich nobleman who befriended and supported gospel preachers and supplied bibles for young people, a weaver, a bootmaker, a miller or an iron foundry worker, all were motivated to make sacrifices for the cause of Christ and served Him faithfully in their days and generation. ‘Servants of the Living God’ recounts their lives, circumstances, trials and blessings, with the desire that the reader will also be constrained to serve the living God.

ISBN: 978-1-911466-21-5

Hardcover – 180 Pages


The Hidden Pathway – The Lives of Elsie and Herbert Dawson (G.D. Buss)

A fascinating, yet deeply spiritual recollection of the life of the wife of Herbert Dawson. The scenes behind the joys and sorrows bring vividly to life the sacrifices Elsie Dawson made in service to her God over many years during the ministry of her husband Herbert, who preached the gospel in Kent, England. His own writings, also included, combine to make this a powerul memory of God’s goodness and a deep source of encouragement to all who, under the constrainings of the love of Christ, take up a cross for His sake. This autobiographical work was compiled by brother G.D. Buss.

ISBN: 978-1-897837-25-2

Hardcover – 189 Pages


John Warburton – Servant of a Covenant God (J.R. Broome)

A Lancashire weaver – a father of twelve – a gospel preacher – the author of the Christian classic, “The Mercies of a Covenant God” – one of the three founders of the Gospel Standard assemblies, which included William Gadsby and John Kershaw – An under shepherd of Christ’s flock at Trowbridge, England, for 42 years, and close friend of J.C. Philpot. This is the first biography that has been written on this remarkable man’s life.

ISBN: 1-897837-05-4

Hardcover – 274 Pages


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