Evangelical Tracts of J.C. Ryle wrote well over two hundred evangelical tracts, of which more than two million were circulated, and many were translated into foreign languages. Throughout his ministry, he remained one of the strongest defenders of the evangelical reformed faith within the Church of England. His faithful witness to the Gospel of Christ needs to be heard more than ever today. The following selection of tracts are classics of Gospel Truth that readers came to expect from all his writings. His tracts are.
Timothy Lin work of the Fruit of the Spirit is a short 1 chapter work about the Holy Spirit and the fruit of his indwelling in the believer.
Biderwolf-A Help to the Study of the Holy Spirit surveys, names of the Spirit, advent, personality, deity, sealing by, anointing of, fruits, baptism of, filling of, emblems, resistance of the Spirit.
Davison, W.T. – The Indwelling Spirit is a 1911 work with 16 chapters on the indwelling Holy Spirit in us. Gifts, Fruit, prayer, tides, plenitude, spirit of Truth, etc.
In the the Saint’s Pocket Book, Alleine treats many issues in the Christian life.
This work is about the Great Moravian Revival of 1727. The author is Pentecostal, and projects this revival as starting in 1727 and continuing until the present (in the Pentecostal movement).
Charles Hodge’s great systematic theology work is a well known Reformed/Calvinist theology. It is extensive.