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MacDuff, John – Paul Song of Songs – Romans 8



1. Keynote of the Song
2. Song of Victory
3. Dual Strains
4. I shall rise again
5. the Child-song and its Lullaby
6. A Song in the Night
7. The Dirge of Creation
8. An Elegy; or the Harp on the Willows
9. A Song of Hope
10. Broken Harmonies and the Divine Agent in Their Restoration
11. A Lullaby
12. Anthem of the First-born
13. Songs of Degrees
14. Crescendo
15. Paean of Assured Victory
16. Hallelujah Chorus

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Spurgeon, C.H. – Flowers from a Puritan’s Garden


To make this little book more generally acceptable, I have thrown it into a somewhat devotional form, using Manton’s figures as texts for brief meditations: this I humbly hope may be found profitable for reading in the chamber of private worship.

The latter half of the work was composed in the gardens and olive-groves of Mentone, where I found it a pleasure to muse, and compose. How I wish that I could have flooded my sentences with the sunlight of that charming region! As it is, I have done my best to avoid dullness, and to aim at edification. If a single practical truth is the more clearly seen through my endeavors, I shall be grateful; and doubly so if others are helped to make their teaching more striking. Highly shall we be favored if the gracious Master shall accept our service, and grant us the consciousness of that acceptance; happier still if we may hope to hear him say, “Well done good an faithful servant!”


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Smith, James-Treasures from James Smith

Treasures from James Smith

(A collection of choice quotes from his works)

James Smith (18021862) was a predecessor of Charles Spurgeon at New Park Street Chapel in London from 1841 until 1850. Early on, Smith’s readings were even more popular than Spurgeon’s!

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Spurgeon, C.H. – According to the Promise

According to the Promise

by Charles H. Spurgeon


A Sieve Needed

The Two Seeds

The Two Lives

Differing Hopes

Persecution Consequent On The Promise

The Parting

Whose Are The Promises?

The Promise A Free Gift

The Promise Of God A Reality

The Peculiar Treasure Of Believers

The Valuation Of The Promises

The Lord’s Promise — The Rule Of His Giving

The  Rule Without Exception

Taking Possession Of The Promise

Endorsing The Promise

The Promise Used For This Life

Searching Out The Promise

The Time Of The Promise

The  Promises In Possession Through The Spirit

Jesus And The Promises

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Sheldon, Charles – In His Steps

In His Steps is a best-selling book written by Charles Monroe Sheldon. First published in 1897, the book has sold more than 30,000,000 copies, and ranks as one of the best-selling books of all time. The full title of the book is In His Steps: What Would Jesus Do?.

Though variations of the subtitle “What would Jesus do” have been used by Christians for centuries as a form of imitatio dei, the imitation of God, it gained much greater currency following publication of the book.

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Secker, William – The Consistent Christian


A Handbook for Christian Living

William Secker, 1660


Without doubt, this is the richest book we have ever read. In order to gain any spiritual profit from the book — it must be carefully perused. It is much like the book of Proverbs, where each line must be contemplated. Concerning the literary style of the author, Secker abounds in the use of comparisons and contrasts — often using several analogies in the same sentence. Similar to the Old Testament authors, at times Secker ‘purposely exaggerates’ the wording, to make his point. This handbook for Christian living will be a treasure to all serious Christians. Originally titled “The Nonsuch Professor” this antiquated book has been carefully updated to modern English.  (Editors,  

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