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To Be Near Unto God by Kuyper, Abraham (1837-1920)

This beloved devotional classic, which has blessed Christians for over one hundred years, contains 110 meditations on just one verse from Psalm 73: "But as for me, it is good to be near unto God." This intimate and contemplative devotional emphasizes that the reality of being near unto God must be the foundation upon which all else lies, the driving force of our very existence.

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Kuyper, Abraham (1837-1920)

Dutch Calvinist statesman and theologian

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Christian in Complete Armour by Gurnall, William (1617-1679)

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Gurnall, William (1617-1679)

English author and clergyman

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Ascent of the Son--The Descent of the Spirit: Kuyper Meditations by Kuyper, Abraham (1837-1920)

Abraham Kuyper, the widely respected Dutch theologian, offers the world a book of deep spiritual meditations in The Ascent of the Son—The Descent of the Spirit.

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Body of Practical Divinity by Gill, John (1697-1771)

, John Gill presents his beliefs on the worship of God. The first section of his text features advice to Christians participating in internal worship. According to Gill, the worshippers should experience thankfulness, humility, and self-denial as they commune with God.

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Gill, John (1697-1771)

(1697 - 1771), English Baptist, Biblical scholar, staunch Calvinist

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Secret of Guidance by Meyer, Frederick Brotherton (1847-1929)

Many Christians wonder whether or not God has a plan for their future. F.B. Meyer spent his life as a pastor and evangelist ministering to people all over the world about God's unfailing guidance.

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Meyer, Frederick Brotherton (1847-1929)

Baptist pastor and evangelist in England

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Uniformità alla Volontà di Dio by Alphonsus de Liguori, Saint (1696-1787)

“The more one unites his will with the divine will, the greater will be his love of God,” St. Alphonsus wrote in 1755. This statement encapsulates the subject matter of his devotional treatise: the true love of God, and how believers can experience that love through growing closer to their creator.

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