Charles Henry Mackintosh
Over one hundred questions concerning spiritual matters — highly practical. A little goldmine! See also: Short Papers.
Kivar Paperback, 192 pages
1. Clergy and creeds. 2. The State (Ruin) of the Church. 3. God's Remedy. 4. God's Plan. 5. Godly Order. 6. God's Provision.
Pamphlet, 62 pages
"Continue thou in the things which thou hast learned and hast been assured of, knowing of whom thou hast learned them" (2 Timothy 3:14).
Booklet, 8 pages
The tender consciences of sisters in Christ may perhaps be exercised before the Lord that their apparel should on some occasions have a more modest character in order that they might please the Lord more fully.
Pamphlet, 16 pages
James Hudson Taylor
This message has been a blessing to many for over a century.
Brochure, 6 pages
Short pithy meditations selected by Hamilton Smith. See also: Loveliness of Christ.
Paperback, 96 pages
Exclusive principles as viewed by C. H. Mackintosh. Reprinted from "Things New and Old," Vol. 18.
John Nelson Darby
As for me, I see in the Word, and I recognize in myself, the total ruin of man. I see that the cross is the end of all the means that God had employed to gain the heart of man and consequently, it proves the thing to be impossible.
A simple and interesting introduction to God's letter, the Bible. Good gospel message.
Booklet, 64 pages
Touching last words.
Booklet, 16 pages
J.N.D.'s testimony as to his personal exercises and how they developed. See also: "A Letter to the Editor of the Francais".
Booklet, 12 pages
"I will communicate … what has led me, and others with me, to take up the position in which we find ourselves...." Written 1878. The Francais was a French Catholic newspaper. See also, "Letter to Professor Tholuck, A".
Lady Theodosia A. Powerscourt
The remarkable and edifying writings of Lady Theodosia Anne Viscountess Powerscourt, edited by R. Daly, with a brief biography.
Hardback, 217 pages
Generally considered the most readable and interesting of Darby's prose writings — full of practical spiritual wisdom.
3-Vol. Set, Hardback, 1,568 pages