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The Absolute Sovereignty of God (A Comprehensive Compilation) (#2435). This quintessential book victoriously celebrates and convincingly proclaims the absolute sovereignty of God. Sadly, religion has veiled the truth of the God of the Bible, making Him either an aloof deity, indifferent to the condition of the creation, or one who is at the worst cruel or at the least unloving and uncaring. Yet the loving Deity of Sacred Scripture always has had and will have sole and complete control over His entire creation. This ultimate collection of 100 works by 34 authors spans nearly 175 years. It is an extensive reference work that is essential for every library. Paperback. 478 pages. $19.95

Deity of God, The (#7450) by John Henry Essex (1907-1991) It is in the prison epistle of Paul to the Ephesians that we find the most absolute expression of the Deity of God in relation to the points we have been considering. Here we find the phrase which puts all other Scriptures into perspective. -- 72 page Paperback. $9.95

Divine Names and Titles (#1141) by E. W. Bullinger. This useful work deals with the principal Divine Names and Titles with their meaning, usage, and occurrences. In view of the fact that every name used for God has its own special meaning, and that the particular name used in any given case is often a key to the spirit of the context, this subject is one which the Bible student cannot afford to overlook. There is a mass of information compressed into this book. In addition to the many names and titles fully developed, there are numerous helpful suggestions to assist Bible students continue their own profitable study. ISBN: 978193451164 -- 85 pages PB $9.95

God 101 (Back to Basics) (#2527) by Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr. Sadly, there are some who would teach of a god who somehow does not know all things, is not all powerful, is not sovereign, and is always changing his mind. This may be a god of religion, but it is not the God of Scripture. This work goes back to the basics, back to a scriptural foundation of the True and Living God. Paperback. 70 Pages. $4.95

The God of All Comfort (#4101) Hannah Whitall Smith (1832–1911). Smith was the author of the famed A Christian’s Secret of a Happy Life, first published in 1875. She was an influential author of “higher life” and “holiness” movements. Her books have been published by dozens of publishers over the years. Remarkably, Smith would eventually come to see and embrace the salvation of all, with which came remarkable clarity in her ensuing works, with The God of All Comfort being the most noteworthy. This work offers many beautiful insights concerning God. This carefully edited and abridged edition should bring joy and encouragement to the hearts of many. 109 pages. PB. $10.95

No Equals! Reasons Why Our Heavenly Father has No Equals or Co- Equals & Why “the Holy Spirit” Is Not a “Person” Separate from the Only True God, the Father (#3470) A compilation of two easy to understand titles exposing the error of the Trinity teaching. 56 page PB. $4.95

The Sovereignty of God (#0226) by George Addair. A thoughtful look at a critical doctrine of Scripture. 64 pages, Paperback, $4.95

We Call Him “Father” (#3609) by Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr. “One God and Father of all, Who is over all and through all and in all” (Ephesians 4:6, Concordant Version). Jesus Christ came to reveal God’s true identity and nature as “Father.” This was an advanced revelation concerning God, super-abounding that of any previous one. With radical boldness Christ called Him “Father,” and Paul pressed this glorious truth to its grand ultimate, that God was the “Father of all.” 31 chapters, 21 appendixes. Second Edition (2023), 276 pages. Paperback. $19.95

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