Prophecies of the Messiah – Black Friday Deal #2

And again, Esaias saith, There shall be a root of Jesse, and he that shall rise to reign over the Gentiles; in him shall the Gentiles trust.” Romans 15:12

Other than Psalms, Isaiah is the most frequently quoted book in the New Testament. And Jesus and his apostles referred back to Isaiah more than all of the others prophets put together.

Why?

Because Isaiah is messianic—it speaks of Christ.

This two-volume collection of sermons by Prof. Homer C. Hoeksema reflects this central idea. These books give us a fuller, clearer understanding of the timeless words of Isaiah as he points us to Christ.

"[The savior] reveals himself as The Prince of Peace, the peace of God that passes all understanding, because he brings about that peace in his blood, causing us to be reconciled to God.

He brings about that peace in our hearts by the mighty operation of his Spirit. And he shall bring about that peace in the everlasting dawn, when he comes again to judge the living and the dead."

Redeemed with Judgment Volume 1, page 153.

 

        VOLUME ONE               VOLUME TWO

                   

 

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Devotionals – Black Friday Deal #1

Christmas is coming, and books make great gifts!

Peace for the Troubled Heart—For the person who struggles or suffers, or who is wearied by the toll of this earthly pilgrimage. This devotional uses poetic language to breathing the comforting truths of scripture into the heart of the believing child of God.

Communion with God—Another collection of meditative devotions from the pen of Herman Hoeksema. For anyone who desires to know and feel fellowship with God in Christ, by the Holy Spirit.

 

                           

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FRIDAY DEALS!

Today's Friday Deal is Reformed Dogmatics (Volumes 1 & 2).

Use code RD27 to get 25% off the retail price! 

 

Reformed Dogmatics (Volumes 1 & 2)

by Herman Hoeksema

A clear, systematic study and exposition of Reformed theology written by one who held the Chair of Dogmatics for some forty years at the Protestant Reformed seminary. Divided into the six generally accepted branches of theology (theology, anthropology, Christology, soteriology, ecclesiology, and eschatology), this scholarly work is logical, scripturally sound, and faithful to the Reformed creeds and traditions.

Volume 1: 646 pages, Volume 2: 736 pages  |  hardcover  |  Retail $110.00 

                                                        

 

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FRIDAY DEALS!

Friday Deals will run from October through early November.

Today's Friday Deal is Reformed Education.

Use code RE13 to get 30% off the retail price!

 

Reformed Education

The Christian School as Demand of the Covenant

by David J. Engelsma

Reformed Education is an explanation for the people of God of the fundamentals of Christian day-school education. The book demonstrates that the basis of the Christian school is God's covenant of grace with believers and their children. Treating such vital subjects as the place of Scripture and the creeds in the school, the biblical view of culture, the qualifications and calling of the Christian schoolteacher, and the goal of education, the author contends that the covenant of God controls and shapes all aspects of the Christian school.

In the course of this explanation, the book defends Christian schools against serious 
challenges—challenges as old as the claim that the state schools are adequate and challenges as new as the home-schooling movement.
This is the book to put in the hands of all believing parents. It will encourage those committed to Christian education. It will educate those who are doubtful. Christian schoolteachers will benefit from the book's description of their work: a divine calling to help in the rearing of the covenant child. Indeed, if the author is right in saying that all members of the church, whether parents or not, should support the Christian education of the children of believers as the church's own children, all can read the book with profit.

112 pages  |  paperback  | Retail $8.95

  

                 

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