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Remove not the ancient landmark, which thy fathers have set. Proverbs 22:28

A Basket of Summer Fruit by Mrs. C. H. (Susannah) Spurgeon, Edited by Dr. Teresa Suttles


A Basket of Summer Fruit is a rich devotional book written by Susannah Spurgeon (Mrs. C. H. Spurgeon) after the death of her beloved husband Charles H. Spurgeon.  She writes: "...how much we have to bless Him for, and what sweet encouragement is given to our gratitude by His assurance, 'Whoever offers praise glorifies Me!' How often are we told, in His Word, that He takes delight in our thanksgivings and songs! The praise we render is dearer to Him than that of angels—for they cannot bless Him for redeeming love, for pardoned sin, and the blessed hope of resurrection glory."

This is the first of three books by Mrs. Spurgeon written during this time of great grief for her loss but of great encouragement from her God.  Others will surely find here as well much consolation in her meditation of the unchanging Jehovah amidst the changing and often difficult seasons of our lives.

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A Cluster of Camphire is a rich devotional book written by Susannah Spurgeon (Mrs. C. H. Spurgeon) after the death of her beloved husband Charles H. Spurgeon.


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A Carillon of Bells is a rich devotional book written by Susannah Spurgeon (Mrs. C. H. Spurgeon) after the death of her beloved husband Charles H. Spurgeon.


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The Holy War by John Bunyan - A New Edition with Study Questions by Dr. Teresa Suttles

A medieval setting of pageantry and warfare is the backdrop John Bunyan chose for The Holy War to tell the tale of the losing and the taking of Mansoul.  Intrigue, deception, and rebellion are woven into the plot unfolding within the walls and castle of a medieval city fortified by five impregnable gates. The beauty of Bunyan's story has been preserved and only those changes and definitions necessary to benefit the modern reader have been made in this version prepared by Dr. Suttles along with the addition of study questions and answers. Bunyan's The Holy War has thrilled readers for centuries, and this skillfully updated version will continue to open the wonders of The Holy War for readers of today - old and young alike.

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The Life of John Bunyan by Dr. Teresa Suttles - Christian Biography Series, Volume 1

Over three hundred years have passed since the first printing of the classic works of John Bunyan. The Pilgrim’s Progress and The Holy War have been warmly received by audiences, providing comfort, guidance, and instruction to readers in all walks of life. But many of those same readers have been unfamiliar with the man and his life whose own life peeps out in so many places throughout his books. The Life of John Bunyan is a carefully organized biography of the tinker from Bedford that will captivate the reader and make this beloved John Bunyan an endearing friend.

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The Little Gray Box by Dr. Teresa Suttles

 Once upon a time, there lived a little princess who had a little, gray box...

 (Spanish Version - La Cajita Gris - also available)

 

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The Baptism of Believers Only by Thomas Baldwin, D. D.  Edited by John Gormley

Out of print for more than two hundred years, Dr. Thomas Baldwin, pastor of Boston's Second Baptist Church in the early nineteenth century, addresses the critical questions of "Who?" and "How?" in relation to baptism, weaving them into the context of close communion, as well as answering a broad range of pædobaptist arguments and exegesis. Dr. Baldwin's magnum opus, first published in 1806, admirably and convincingly argues for the historic Baptist position on these vital matters of Baptist life and polity. This reprint of Baldwin's apologetic has been reset in modern type with additional commentary and expanded original footnotes.

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Meditations Among the Tombs by James Hervey - Edited by Elizabeth Suttles

The unavoidable reality is that with all the varying possibilities in the human experience, one only is common to them all - Death! Death, throughout history, has been subject to many colorful and varied definitions. "Meditations Among the Tombs" is truly a treasure - long since lost to time. Originally printed in 1746, and out of print for well-nigh two hundred years, it is a must-read for every sojourner in "earth's short day." What better way could be devised to entertain this subject than to take a pensive stroll "Among the Tombs".


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The Year's Most Worthy by W. Luke Suttles

For ages, the Church in America, as in Britain, saw the wisdom in marking the dawning of each new year by coming together in special services to mark the blessings of God upon them and to enounce the sins of the year gone past. Only in recent generations has this practice, among many other such worthy practices, been abandoned. Sadly, most Christians now are completely unaware that the church even had such a custom for so long. It is little wonder that the wisdom of our fathers is forgotten when the Father of Wisdom is ignored. He had said, “Thus saith the Lord, Stand ye in the ways, and see, and ask for the old paths, where is the good way, and walk therein, and ye shall find rest for your souls.” (Jeremiah 6:16) This book is a testament to one church’s effort to recapture the good ways of our fathers by marking each New Year with a special service set aside to the King of Heaven. Our prayer is that others will follow.



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Thongzai Mamma by Dr. Teresa Suttles
Over one hundred years have passed since the death of this veteran woman missionary to the country of Burma; but once again, the story of her life—Thongzai Mamma—can encourage a new generation to continue the work so valiantly accomplished by Marilla Baker Ingalls (1828-1902) and the missionaries of her day. Her life is chronicled in her own words—verifying events, sharing anecdotes, and speaking directly to her friends. Following the chronology of her service transports the readers to the Burma of Mrs. Ingalls and forms friendships with her and with those who served with her throughout her fifty years of mission service. These are the heroes worthy of emulation.


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