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Devotionals Bundle, ver. 2, L (20 vols.)
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Overview

This base package supplement has numerous titles that will enhance your walk with God. It includes two yearly devotionals from classic authors William Wilberforce and John Newton, drawn directly from their writings. With Daily Treasures from the Word of God, readers invest twenty minutes a day for a year, and will read the Old Testament once, and both the New Testament and Psalms twice! And with 31 Days to Contagious Living, author R. Larry Moyer shows you how to live a contagious lifestyle by living Christ at the same time as you are sharing Christ. Plus, this bundle includes a devotional offering poetic and inspirational meditations on the various descriptive names of the Lord in Hebrew, a year-long devotional from H. A. Ironside, one of the twentieth century’s most popular preachers, and much more.

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New to Version 2
The Discipline of Grace: God’s Role and Our Role in the Pursuit of Holiness        
31 Days to Contagious Living: A Daily Devotional Guide on Modeling Christ to Others        
The Red Letter Questions: Meditations on the Questions Jesus Asked        
Abide in Christ        
Be Perfect!        
Have Mercy upon Me: The Prayer of the Penitent in the Fifty-First Psalm Explained and Applied        
Let Us Draw Nigh!        
The Children for Christ        
The Mystery of the True Vine        
The Spirit of Christ: Thoughts on the Indwelling of the Holy Spirit in the Believer and the Church        
Thy Will Be Done        
Waiting on God! Daily Messages for a Month        
With Christ in the School of Prayer        
Working for God!        
Day by Day in Prayer        
Day by Day: Divine Titles        
Day by Day through the Old Testament        
Day by Day: Bible Promises        
Day by Day Moments with the Master        
Day by Day with Bible Characters        
Day by Day in the Psalms        
Day by Day: Christ Foreshadowed        
Day by Day through the New Testament        
Day by Day: Bible Commands        
Day by Day: Pictures and Parables        
Day by Day: Bible Questions        
Day by Day: Paradise to the Promised Land        
Strength for Today: Daily Encouragement through Life's Transitions        
The Way of Holiness: Experience God's Work in You        
The Call to Contentment: Life Lessons from the Beatitudes        
Holiness for the Real World        
Also Included
The Imitation of Christ        
The Pursuit of Holiness        
The Pursuit of Holiness Study Guide        
365 Days With Calvin        
Devotions for Pastors        
Devotions for Ministry Couples        
The Christian’s Daily Walk        
Streams in the Desert        
Lectionary Reflections: Year A        
Lectionary Reflections: Year B        
Lectionary Reflections: Year C        
Intimate Moments with the Hebrew Names of God        
Daily Treasures from the Word of God        
The Continual Burnt Offering        
Wonderful Words        
365 Days with Wilberforce        
365 Days with Newton        

Key Features

  • Heart-warming devotionals drawn from Calvin’s commentaries and sermons
  • Scriptural and practical instruction
  • Guidelines from the Bible for holy living
  • Scriptural reflection and quotations from Christian authors which provide the spiritual support

Abide in Christ

In 31 meditations on John 15:1–2, Andrew Murray explores what Jesus meant when he said “Abide in me.” Murray illuminates that command in connection with the Parable of the Vine and—step-by-step—uncovers how the promise-precept is meant for us, how surely grace is provided to enable us to obey it, how indispensible the experience of its blessing is to a healthy Christian life, and how fruitful the blessings are that flow from it.

Be Perfect!

Containing a month of daily meditations, this volume takes the reader through the Scriptures, noting the principal passages in which the word “perfect” occurs. In each case, Murray examines the context of its use to find what the word was meant to convey. A simple yet powerful guidebook, each meditation runs 4 or 5 pages.

Have Mercy upon Me: The Prayer of the Penitent in the Fifty-First Psalm Explained and Applied

Containing a month of daily meditations on the 51st Psalm, Murray’s exploration of Miserere is divided into five parts:

  • The Great Petition
  • The Confession
  • The Prayer of Forgiveness
  • The Prayer for Renewal
  • The Sacrifice of Thanksgiving

Let Us Draw Nigh!

In 12 meditations on Hebrews 10:19–25, Murray explores what it means to, with the power of Christ's redemption, enter in and dwell in the Father’s presence. With reverence and simple language, Murray guides the reader to a full understanding of this central message from the epistle to the Hebrews in these 12 meditations:

  • The Entrance into the Holiest
  • Boldness through the Blood
  • The New and Living Way
  • A Great Priest over the House of God
  • With a True Heart
  • The Fullness of Faith
  • Our Hearts Sprinkled
  • Our Body Washed
  • Let Us Draw Near
  • Let Us Hold Fast the Confession of Our Hope
  • Let Us Provoke unto Love
  • Let Us Not Forsake the Assembling Together

The Children for Christ

Divided between the Old and New Testaments, The Children for Christ contains 52 readings—one for each week of the year—on the subject of parental duty. Each lesson begins with a passage from the Bible, Murray’s thoughts on how the passage reflectson and pertains to parental duty, and finally a short prayer. Published over 100 years ago, the lessons in The Children for Christ are still applicable for today’s parents wishing to learn more about strengthening their Christian household.

The Mystery of the True Vine

The Mystery of the True Vine, written for young adults, contains 31 meditations on the Parable of the Vine. As Murray writes in the Preface, “I feel as if there is not a passage in God’s Word in which our union to Christ Jesus, with its call to entire consecration, its privilege of unbounding joy, much fruitfulness, and prevailing prayer, is put with equal clearness or force. And I have felt drawn to try and write what young Christians might easily apprehend, as a help to them to take up that position in which the Christian life must be a success.” The Mystery of the True Vine is also great tool for Sunday school teachers or parents wanting a step-by-step guide through the lessons found in John 15.

The Spirit of Christ: Thoughts on the Indwelling of the Holy Spirit in the Believer and the Church

The aim of Andrew Murray's Spirit of Christ is to comfort, console, strengthen, inspire, and lift up the believer by showing the all-sufficiency of the Holy Spirit to guide the soul. It contains 31 meditations on the Holy Spirit—one for each day of the month, and—with one exception—the passages of Scripture selected for comment are from the New Testament.

Thy Will Be Done

In 31 meditations for a month of study, Andrew Murray discusses different phases of New Testament teachings concerning the will of God. The meditations average six pages in length and work wonderfully for personal or group study. Meditations include “Suffering According to the Will of God,” “Praying According to God's Will,” and “Doing the Will of God from the Heart”—plus 28 more devotional studies.

Waiting on God! Daily Messages for a Month

In 31 meditations for a month of study, Andrew Murray mines the Old and New Testaments to remind us of God’s love and watchfulness over our lives. “Cease from expecting the least good from yourself, or the least help from anything there is in man, and just yield yourself unreservedly to God to work in you: He will do all for you.” The meditations average six pages in length, and work wonderfully for personal or group study.

With Christ in the School of Prayer

In 31 meditations for a month of study, Andrew Murray shows readers how to strengthen their prayer life. “Christ teaches us to pray not only by example, by instruction, by command, by promises, but by showing us Himself, the ever-living intercessor, as our Life.” Studies include “Lord! Teach Us to Pray,” “In Spirit and Truth,” “The Infinite Fatherliness of God,” and “The Power of United Prayer,”—plus 27 more devotional and practical meditations on prayer. The meditations average six pages in length, and work wonderfully for personal or group study.

Working for God!

In 31 meditations for a month of study, Working for God! is a devotional for those working in ministry. Drawing from the Bible for inspirational thoughts on the hard work and the reward of ministerial duties, studies include “The Father Abiding in Me Doeth the Work,” “Faith Working by Love,” and “A Doer that Worketh Shall Be Blessed in Doing,”—plus 28 more practical meditations.

Day by Day in Prayer

This volume explores the subject of prayer and the prayers of the Bible. The daily readings in this book focus on the prayers that God has seen fit to record for us, on incidents where prayer was involved, and on various references to prayer. The believer who takes time daily to read and meditate upon these portions will find enormous help from them, and gain a greater understanding of prayer.

Day by Day: Divine Titles

A collection of the names and divine titles found in Scriptures are considered. Whether it is such attributes as glory, truth, holiness, or righteousness, each title provides fresh glimpses of the character of God. Such is His grandeur and glory that were we able to fully appreciate each title, we would still have to acknowledge that these are but the fringes of His ways. Divine Titles is a book that will cause you to be filled with wonder and worship.

Day by Day through the Old Testament

The size of the Old Testament, covering as it does approximately 3/4 of the total text of the Bible, may contribute to so few believers giving the time and place to it that they should, to the impoverishing of their spiritual understanding and experience. The Old Testament was the Bible used by our Lord when He was here; it was also the Bible of the early church as it spread the gospel of the grace of God across the Near East. Day by Day through the Old Testament, though necessarily selective in the text considered, is intended to promote a wider reading, and a more fruitful understanding of the whole of the Old Testament. Also included is an introduction to the Old Testament as a whole, reviews of the contents and emphases of the books, along with five maps illustrating some of the geography and topography involved.

Day by Day: Bible Promises

A daily devotional that seeks out and illuminates many Bible promises from both the Old and New Testaments. Truly international in flavor, the daily studies are written by twenty-four contributors, including well known speakers and writers from Great Britain, Ireland, USA, Canada, Singapore, and Hong Kong. This book, whether purchased for the intention of daily reading or as a reference book, will make an excellent addition to every library.

Day by Day Moments with the Master

In these daily meditations, the selected readings from the four Gospels are intended to keep us in the company of Christ. They are set out in a proposed historical and geographical framework in four sections:

  • Part 1: Preparation and Early Public Ministry
  • Part 2: Extended Ministry in Galilee and the North
  • Part 3: Ministry in Jerusalem, Judaea Beyond Jordan
  • Part 4: The Son of Man Must Suffer and Rise Again

Day by Day with Bible Characters

Day by Day with Bible Characters explores the lives of different Bible characters in the Old and New Testaments. This volume provides helpful comments on the lives of well over two hundred people who figure, with some prominence, in the record of Scripture.

Day by Day in the Psalms

Day by Day in the Psalms provides meditations and daily readings through the Psalms. This is not a straight-through, systematic reading of the Psalms, but an unfolding of some of the major themes contained therein. Its aim therefore is not so much exegetical or expositional, although both of these aspects are not lacking. But the main intent of Day by Day in the Psalms is practical and devotional, designed to touch the heart with some of the spiritual treasures enshrined in these "songs from experience."

Day by Day: Christ Foreshadowed

Many of the Old Testament references to Christ in type and shadow have been taken and linked with their glorious fulfillment in the New Testament. A daily reading from Scripture heads each page, followed by an outline of the truth contained within that portion. Readers will be encouraged, on a daily basis, to make a careful study of Scripture, and thereby be strengthened in their faith.

Day by Day through the New Testament

Day by Day through the New Testament is designed to encourage and to assist Christians in their daily reading of the New Testament. This is divided in order into 365 separate passages, each being dated for consecutive daily reading. A whole page of devotional and expository material is provided to assist in the understanding of each passage. Introductions to each New Testament book, three maps, additional surveys, and an index are included.

Day by Day: Bible Commands

This daily devotional provides the reader with ample opportunity to get to know the range of commandments within the Bible and its careful reading should engender a desire to obey them in our daily lives. In the editor’s words, "In this way we can express our love for the Savior and, in return, experience His love for us and get to know Him better."

Day by Day: Pictures and Parables

The world has a well-known cliché that "a picture is worth a thousand words." In His earthly ministry, this was a lesson that could well have been taught by the Lord as, in communicating divine truth, He so often resorted to metaphors and illustrations. Day by Day: Pictures and Parables provides daily readings and meditations on pictures and parables from both the Old and New testaments, explaining them and applying them to today’s readers.

Day by Day: Bible Questions

Each daily meditation focuses on a significant scripture question, that is, a question actually asked in the Bible, and provides an exposition and an application. Many of the questions of the Bible are ordinary enough, but beyond these lay the big questions of life and existence, issues of identity and purpose, "Who am I? How did I get here? Why am I suffering?" Instinctively, as believers we turn to the word of God for answers and we are not disappointed! Day by Day: Bible Questions contains a careful selection of questions which instruct, challenge, and edify. As would be expected there is considerable prominence given to the questions of the Gospels, but famous and important questions are considered throughout the Bible by an international team of contributors. Thus, the reader is presented with a rich digest of teaching, with an emphasis on personal and practical application.

Day by Day: Paradise to the Promised Land

The daily readings and meditations in Day by Day: Paradise to the Promised Land go through the Pentateuch, all the way from Adam in the Garden to the nation in the Land. As the editor says in his introduction, "No one could read through the New Testament without appreciating how much of it is built upon and develops types and principles that are first revealed in the Old." In this way, Paradise to the Promised Land contains material of a Christ-exalting and devotional character and meditations which are intensely practical.

The Call to Contentment: Life Lessons from the Beatitudes

When life is tough, God is still enough! Let The Call to Contentment help you learn the secret to being content regardless of your circumstances. Follow the authors through the Beatitudes—Jesus' classic teaching on happiness—and you'll discover the secrets to belonging, forgiveness, and peace. As they unpack these simple statements by the Master teacher, you'll feel the call to contentment settle upon your own heart.