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You are a Christian - but how do you look after your family?
Matthew Henry is one of the best known of our spiritual ancestors. His Commentary on the whole Bible is still a staple book for those seeking understanding of God's word to the world. Henry recognised that the future of the church was in the home where the Holy Spirit could direct and mature believers. A spiritual home would help grow the church and enable the community to live peaceably. In this collection of his writings on family life, Henry expounds good sense and gives us better patterns for our devotional, practical and spiritual needs.
- What, why and how to structure family devotions
- How to catechise children
- Jesus' attitude towards children
- The necessity, nature, efficacy and improvement of baptism.
Frederika Pronk5 Stars Out Of 5March 24, 2010Frederika PronkThis book is the best defence for infant baptism I have ever read. Matthew Henry shows God's great love for childrenfrom a biblical, experiential covenantal perspective. Actually, the title does not do justice to the book because it's about much more than family religion.
Betty Hoffman5 Stars Out Of 5March 5, 2010Betty HoffmanThere is great wisdom straight from Our Lord with this Matthew Henry. Every family should have one. The chapter on children is especially good. We remember "suffer the little children to come unto me."