Recommended Readings – Part 5

CHRISTIAN LIVING

Prayer

  • D. A. Carson, A Call To Spiritual Reformation.
  • E.M. Bounds, The Complete Works of E.M. Bounds on Prayer.
  • R.A. Torrey, How to Pray.
  • George Muller, Answers to Prayer.
  • Andrew Murray, Waiting on God.
  • Andrew Murray, With Christ in the School of Prayer.
  • John MacArthur, Lord, Teach Me to Pray.
  • John MacArthur, Alone with God.
  • Chuck Smith, Effective Prayer Life.
  • Dick Eastman, The Hour That Changes The World.
  • Brother Lawrence, The Practice of the Presence of God.

Worship

  • A.W. Tozer, Whatever Happened to Worship?
  • Philip Ryken, Derek Thomas, and Ligon Duncan, Give Praise to God: A Vision for Reforming Worship.
  • John M. Frame, Worship in Spirit and Truth.
  • Hughes Oliphant Old, Worship: Reformed According to Scripture.
  • Joel R. Beeke, The Family at Church: Listening to Sermons and Attending Prayer Meetings.
  • Kenneth Osbeck, 101 Hymn Stories.
  • Joni Eareckson Tada, John MacArthur, and Robert & Bobbie Wolgemuth, What Wondrous Love Is This.

Sanctification

  • John Owen, The Mortification of Sin.
  • John Owen, Thinking Spiritually.
  • J.C. Ryle, Holiness.
  • D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones, Spiritual Depression: Its Causes and Its Cure.
  • Jonathan Edwards, The Religious Affections.
  • Jerry Bridges, The Pursuit of Holiness.
  • A.W. Tozer, The Pursuit of God.
  • C.J. Mahaney, Humility: True Greatness.
  • Donald Whitney, Ten Questions to Diagnose Your Spiritual Health.
  • Donald Whitney, Simplify Your Spiritual Life.
  • Francis Schaeffer, True Spirituality.
  • Maurice Roberts, The Thought of God.
  • John Piper, The Dangerous Duty of Delight.

Daily Devotionals

  • Oswald Chambers, My Utmost for His Highest.
  • Charles Spurgeon, Morning and Evening.
  • John MacArthur, Drawing Near: Daily Readings for a Deeper Faith.
  • Warren Wiersbe, God Isn’t In A Hurry.
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2 thoughts on “Recommended Readings – Part 5

  1. The two books by Owen are life changing. Just be warned it may take a week or two to chew your way through them 🙂

    Having just re-read Eastman’s book on prayer as part of my Biblical Exposition of Prayer course I would be hesitant to recommend it. While it contains many great truths there also lurk many landmines for young believers and those with weak understanding of the bible (typically the target audience of a book on how to pray).

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