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Treatise on Good Works by Luther, Martin (1483-1546)

is considered Luther’s clearest exposition on Christian life and the relationship between faith and good works. Contrary to the teachings of the Roman church of his day, Luther taught that people need not perform extraordinary acts of religious devotion to be saved, but rather that Christ saves them by grace through faith.

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Luther, Martin (1483-1546)

German reformer

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Of Prayer—A Perpetual Exercise of Faith. The Daily Benefits Derived from It. by Calvin, John (1509-1564)

The Daily Benefits Derived from It. This treatise on prayer comes from Book III, Chapter 20 of Calvin's magnum opus, Institutes of the Christian Religion. In it, Calvin answers questions concerning to whom Christians should address their prayers, how they should formulate prayers, and what practices may benefit or injure the development of a prayerful life.

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Calvin, John (1509-1564)

French reformer and theologian

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Working For God! by Murray, Andrew (1828-1917)

In Working for God, Andrew Murray calls Christians to be instruments of God. Murray divides this call into thirty-one chapters, which are ideal for daily devotions for any given month.

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Murray, Andrew (1828-1917)

South-African Dutch Reformed leader, author of devotional writings

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Comfort for Christians by Pink, Arthur Walkington (1886-1952)

This short devotional book focuses on God’s promises in the New Testament, the Pauline letters especially. These promises of contentment, everlasting life, mercy, and justice empower Christians and give them hope in times of affliction.

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Pink, Arthur Walkington (1886-1952)

Evangelist and Biblical scholar

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Call to the Unconverted to Turn and Live by Baxter, Richard (1615-1691)

This 17th century Puritan devotional became wildly popular even after only a year following its publication. In some ways, the book’s popularity was somewhat of an anomaly.

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Baxter, Richard (1615-1691)

English Puritan church leader, poet, hymn-writer, theologian, and controversialist

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