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Christ's Directives on the Nature of True Worship by Arthur Hildersham (1563-1631)

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This little book is most relevant for the church in our day today. In considering what true worship should be as it is prescribed by God, Hildersham upholds the directives and prescriptions of what God has laid down in his word constituting the worship that is both in spirit and in truth. More Info »

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Vain Imaginations in the Worship of God by Jonathan Edwards et al.

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Samuel Willard, Jonathan Dickinson, Joshua Moodey, Nathan Stone and Jonathan Edwards (3 previously unpublished works) on public worship. Is there a need to say anything more? More Info »

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The Simplicity of Holy Worship - by John Wilson (1588–1667)

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Jesus Christ was very clear in John 4:24 about true worship. Wilson explains what it means to make worship not only simple, but according to God's directives. More Info »

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The Glory of Evangelical Worship - by John Owen (1616-1683)

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John Owen's work on both worship and psalm singing shows theological precision and hearty biblical exposition. Edward Hutchins on psalmody is nothing less than extraordinary. More Info »

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A Christian’s True Spiritual Worship to Jesus Christ - by Stephen Charnock (1628-1680)

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Charnock tackles John 4:24 and shows how true worship is dictated by the Supreme Lawgiver, Jesus Christ. Annexed to this work is Jonathan Clapham's excellent treatise on singing psalms. More Info »

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True Worship and the Consequences of Idolatry - by John Knox (1505-1572)

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If God alone determines the manner in which sinners approach him, is any other kind of worship acceptable to Him? More Info »

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Gospel Worship, or, The Right Manner of Sanctifying the name of God in General, in Hearing the Word, Receiving the Lord’s Supper, and Prayer by Jeremiah Burroughs (1599-1646)

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This classic work by Burroughs deals with the Regulative Principle: God alone determines the manner in which sinners approach him. This is a life-transforming and Christ-glorifying biblical work. More Info »

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How to Serve God in Private and Public Worship - by John Jackson (1600-1648)

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Does the Regulative Principle only apply to public worship and not private worship? John Jackson shows how God's word is to be applied in both private and public worship. (This book is not for the faint at heart!) More Info »

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The Christian's Charge Never to Offend God in Worship - by John Forbes (1568-1634)

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Does your church honor God in its public worship? Forbes explains 1 Timothy 3:13-16 to reformed churches that claim to uphold true worship, but may be missing the mark. An amazing and powerful work for today's contemporary church. More Info »

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Xmas Bundle - 3 Books by Mockett, Cawdrey and McMahon

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So, what should the Christian believe about the Christmas Holiday? Should they partake? Is Jesus really the reason for the season? More Info »

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The Christian's Duty to Reject Christmas - Thomas Mockett (or Mocket) (1602-1670)

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Is Jesus the "Reason for the Christmas Season?" No. As a matter of fact, we have no warrant in the Word of God to reclaim Christmas for Jesus Christ. Thomas Mockett uses biblical precision in rescuing the Regulative Principle from our sinful desires to reclaim the Christmas holiday, and shows sincere Christians what God requires in true worship. More Info »

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Gradual Reformation Intolerable - by C. Matthew McMahon and Anthony Burgess (1600-1663)

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Is there a need for a biblical reformation today? The answer on that is a Bible-thumping YES! But should it happen slowly and gradually? Was this the method Christ used in preaching, or the Reformers? McMahon and Burgess team up to give the thoughtful Christian a biblical foundation to promote current reformation in their church and their homes. More Info »

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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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Infant Baptism of Christ’s Appointment - by Samuel Petto (1624–1711)

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Samuel Petto was known to be an extraordinary covenant theologian. In this work he explains why infant baptism is by Christ's appointment, and reduces all other arguments against it to absurdity. This is a biblical and exegetical work on how "covenant" works in relationship to the covenant sign. More Info »

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Singing of Psalms a Gospel Ordinance - by John Cotton (1585-1662)

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There are a handful of puritan works on singing Psalms. This work by John Cotton (a New England Pilgrim) was quoted repeated by individual Puritans in England on this most important subject. It is one of the best treatments of psalmody now in print. For the student of worship this is an important biblical work on the subject of Christ's worship. More Info »

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A Gospel-Ordinance Concerning the Singing of Scripture Psalms, Hymns and Spiritual Songs - by Cuthbert Sydenham (1622–1654)

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Psalm singing is a Gospel command but many churches don't practice it. Sydenham explains why this is a command, and how we are to praise God in this central aspect of the Christian life - worshiping God correctly. More Info »

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Bah Humbug: How Christians Should Think About the Christmas Holiday - by C. Matthew McMahon

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Do you celebrate the Christmas holiday? Is Jesus the Reason for the Season?" Did you know the church throughout history outlawed Christmas? So, can Christians partake in Christmas? Or not? More Info »

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Family Reformation Promoted, and Other Works - by Daniel Cawdrey (1588-1664)

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How reformed is your family? Daniel Cawdrey has taken William Gouge's work, "Domestical Duty" and made it usable for today's reader. An awesome puritan work which includes three other never before published works of Cawdrey. More Info »

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A Biblical Response to Superstition, Will-Worship and the Christmas Holiday - by Daniel Cawdrey (1588-1664)

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So, is Christmas "OK" for a Christian? Or is it really man's invention, and superstition? Daniel Cawdrey, Westminster Divine, gives you a hard hitting but scholarly answer to this often difficult topic. More Info »

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The Use of Instruments of Music in Christian Corporate Worship Indefensible - by James Begg, D.D.

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God alone determines the manner in which sinners are to approach Him in worship. Do you believe this? More Info »

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The True Psalmody - by Various Reformed Ministers

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Do you worship the Living God in a manner He deems acceptable? Or is it according to men's inventions? More Info »

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