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Martyn Lloyd-Jones Expositions (4 vols.)

Overview

This collection includes four works by D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones—one of the twentieth century’s leading voices in British evangelical doctrine. A gifted preacher and writer, he served as minister of the Westminster Chapel in London for 30 years. The resultant wisdom and experience found in his written works has had a profound influence upon the Christian church and the lives of many worldwide.

  • Explores themes of spiritual warfare, hope, ecclesiology, and more
  • Focuses on the gospel and the implications for us today
  • Emphasizes the sovereignty of God in Salvation
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Faith on Trial: Psalm 73

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Introduced by Kevin DeYoung. Why do good people suffer unjustly—and yet others get away with it? The Psalmist, Asaph, dealt with this very problem in Psalm 73—one that has often perplexed and discouraged God's people. Asaph reveals his own ‘no-holds-barred’ feelings and leads us step by step from near-despair to final assurance. For this reason it has always appealed to preachers and counsellors. An excellent book for those struggling with, or wondering about, injustice in the world.

When this book first appeared in 1965, I was an undergraduate reading chemistry and mathematics. I recall thinking as I read the book that this Lloyd-Jones chap (whom at that point I still had not met) had a God-given ability to meditate on a text, and ponder it within the framework of the entire Bible. I have not changed my mind, but I would now add as well that his exposition of Psalm 73 is saturated with spiritual wisdom designed to help Christians face trials and temptations of many sorts. I am very thankful to God to see this book come back into print.

—D. A. Carson, Research Professor of New Testament, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Deerfield, Illinois

Magnify the Lord: Luke 1:46-55

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Introduced by Russell Moore. How do we respond to the sheer wonder of the incarnation of God’s Son? Mary responded to the announcement of the birth of the Saviour with a song of praise. Her words were deep and with feeling—truly an experience which had affected her inner being. Yes, she was confused at first but she was willing to submit to God. She praises God for His character and for keeping His promises even when circumstances seemed to contradict that with the long wait over centuries for the Messiah. In this delightful book, co-published with Bryntirion Press, Martyn Lloyd-Jones meditates on Mary's Song of Praise and applies it to our lives. He looks at our response to God and how God deals with us. We find that the new birth is all of God and nothing of ourselves.

If we will listen to her, and sing with her, we can grow to see the offspring of the woman in all his might and all his fragility, in his justice and in his mercy. This book will drive you to that Virgin’s Song—and beyond it, to the gospel, in ways you don’t expect by walking you through the tension between Bethlehem and Armageddon. In the end, I decided not to take a break from Revelation for Christmas. And it was the Magnificat that changed my mind, for many of the reasons the great Lloyd-Jones lays out with such clarity in this book. The Mother of our Lord set the tone when she sang of God’s mercy to his people, of his faithfulness to his covenant promises.

—Russell D. Moore, President, The Southern Baptist Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission

Not Against Flesh And Blood

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The author reminds us that the devil operates on a worldwide scale as well as upon individuals. He traces the confusion and chaos of present-day society to the destructive work of satan and states that in a day where there is a renewed fascination with astrology, the occult, spiritism and ‘doctrines of devils’, to be aware of these evil powers, otherwise it will almost certainly mean that we will be defeated by them.

This powerful volume, Not Against Flesh and Blood, is a prime example of the power and enduring relevance of The Doctor's ministry. It is robustly biblical, thoroughly orthodox, spiritually urgent, and theologically sound. Beyond these qualities, the book stands out for its brave and timely consideration of spiritual warfare - one of the most timely concerns in the present hour of Christianity.

—R. Albert Mohler, President, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky

Plight of Man And the Power of God

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Martyn Lloyd-Jones’ preaching always had an emphasis on the desperate plight of man and the power of God to save. His preaching was crystal clear on the sovereignty of God in the salvation of sinners, a concept that does not sit comfortably in our day of pragmatism, programmes and self-help books. Nevertheless it remains at the core of what the world needs to hear. Based on Romans chapter 1, this wonderful book will help you understand what the gospel is. As we live in a world that seems to be spiralling out of control, you will want to hear this message again and again.

What we have in these five expositions is the Gospel explained with great clarity and hope. Even today I used these timeless chapters with a non-Christian friend who is seeking to understand Christianity. I commend these messages to you.

—Mark Dever, Senior Pastor, Capitol Hill Baptist Church and President, 9Marks.org, Washington, DC

Martyn Lloyd-Jones (1899-1981) was born in Wales. He was a dairyman's assistant, a political enthusiast, debater, and chief clinical assistant to Sir Thomas Harder, the King’s Physician. But at the age of 27 he gave up a most promising medical career to become a preacher. He had a far-reaching influence through his ministry at Westminster Chapel in London, England from 1938-68. His published works have had an unprecedented circulation, selling in millions of copies.