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Martyn Lloyd-Jones, widely regarded as one of the finest and intense expositor's of the Bible is perhaps the ideal preacher, for unpacking and opening up this prayer both to our hearts and our minds. In The Assurance of our Salvation: Exploring the Depth of Jesus Prayer for His Own Martyn Lloyd-Jones provides his customary verse-by-verse exposition of John 17 and in doing so lays before us the richness, the depth, the wonder--and teh assurance--of God's plan of salvation.
Number of Pages: 672
Publication Date: 2013
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
Christian Marriage: From Basic Principles to Transformed RelationshipsD. Martyn Lloyd-JonesBanner of Truth / 2012 / Trade Paperback$14.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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Lloyd-Jones draws out the timeless truths from Christs prayer in the garden just before he was betrayed (John 17), highlighting our union with Christ, assurance of salvation, and confidence in the love and grace of God. Now available in paperback and a redesigned cover.
Martyn Lloyd-Jones (1899-1981), minister of Westminster Chapel in London for 30 years, was one of the foremost preachers of his day. His many books have brought profound spiritual encouragement to millions around the world.
Martyn Lloyd-Jones was one of the titanic figures of twentieth-century Christianity. What now sets him apart is the fact that his writings, sermons, and other messages are even more influential now, more than two-decades after his death, than when he engaged such a massive ministry at Westminster Chapel and beyond. Why? I think the answer is simple: his profound commitment to biblical exposition and the great skill with which he preached and taught the word of God. In an age when so many preachers seem so unsure of what preaching is, in Lloyd-Jones we fuind a minister who leaves no doubt.
-R. Albert Mohler Jr.
Martyn Lloyd-Jones was one of God's special gifts to the church in the twentieth-century.
Martyn Lloyd-Jones was without question the finest biblical expositor of the twentieth-century. In fact, when the final chapter of church history is written, I believe he will stand as one of the greatest preachers of all time. His style of biblical exposition was meticulously thorough and yet full of energy. 'Logic on fire' was his famous description of preaching, and he had an amazing gift for blending passion and precision in copious measures. He influenced countless preachers (myself included), and he stood steadfastly against the superficial, entertainment-oriented approach to preaching that seemed to dominate the evangelical world then as it does now. Lloyd-Jones still desperately needs to be heard today.
I regarded Martyn Lloyd-Jones with admiration and affection during the years that we were both preaching in London, so I am delighted that his unique ministry is to be more widely available in the United States.
The preaching and subsequent writing of Martyn Lloyd-Jones have been and continue to be a huge source of inspiration in my own life and ministry.
Martyn Lloyd-Jones was one of the greatest preachers of a previous generation who rooted his message in God's word. For those wondering how the word applies to life or seeking textually rooted preaching, his ministry provides a solid model. His books and message are worth pondering. His message encourages us to faithfulness. That is commendation enough.
-Darrell L. Bock
From my student days onwards Martyn Lloyd-Jones was a preacher whom I loved to hear for the sheer quality of his biblical expositions and his stance for evangelical Christianity. It is good to know that efforts are being made to introduce him to a new generation.
-I. Howard Marshall
Martyn Lloyd-Jones was one of the twentieth-century's finest gospel preachers--clear, warm, intelligent, Christ-centered.
Martyn Lloyd-Jones was one of teh great expository preachers of teh Bible in his era. His expositions over many months on Romans are in fact the stuff of legend. Few preachers have ever better explained what it takes and what it means to do one's exegetical homework before preaching and then bring that information to light and to life in life-changing sermons. May they provide the necessary spur and antidote to those preachers who now think that the art of preaching involves dumbing everything down and over-simplifying things. As Martyn knew, its not a matter of boiling down the gospel, rather its a matter of boiling up the people, teasing their minds into active thought and engagement with the gospel.
iamhBC, CanadaAge: 45-54Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Powerful!August 9, 2013iamhBC, CanadaAge: 45-54Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This collection of sermons definitely rivals Lloyd-Jones' "Sermon on the Mount" for 'classic' status. Here is a book that certainly epitomizes Lloyd-Jones' definition of preaching as "Logic on fire". Many preachers talk a lot about expository preaching--Lloyd Jones did it. Many speak about the need to get back to the Word of God--Lloyd-Jones camped there. If it sounds peculiar to anyone that in this collection are 48 sermons on one chapter of Scripture (John 17), join the club (I did as well). But what a tremendous blessing each one is. There is no redundancy here. This is the Word of God being exposited by a very gifted individual. I HIGHLY recommend!