Product Category: Henry Smith (1560-1601)

Product Category: Henry Smith (1560-1601)

A Treatise on the Lord's Supper - by Henry Smith (1550–1591)

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How well do you know the doctrine of the Lord' Supper? Is your view the historic Christian view? Or, have your turned it into a memorial, or worse, hold to transubstantiation? Henry Smith practically and concisely explains the Lord's Supper for Today's Christian. More Info »

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The Pride, Fall and Restitution of King Nebuchadnezzar - by Henry Smith (1550–1591)

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Do you suffer from the sin of pride? If you say no, then this book is for you. If you say yes, this book is for you too. Pride is out to destroy the Christian the way it did Nebuchadnezzar. Smith deals faithfully and powerfully with this tragic but redeemed figure in Biblical history. More Info »

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The Calling, Rebellion and Punishment of Jonah and Other Sermons - by Henry Smith (1550-1600)

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Henry Smith, the silver-tongued preacher, dives deep into your head and heart for Jesus Christ in these sermons on Jonah, as well as twenty-six other sermons on various subjects, no less preaching masterpieces. More Info »

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God's Arrow Against Atheists - Henry Smith (1550-1591)

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Henry Smith was one of the greatest fathers of Puritanism in the 16th century. This work against atheism was one of his most popular and utterly destroys paganism, Islam and Roman Catholicism. This newly typeset book is not to be missed by lovers of Puritanism and God's truth! More Info »

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