This three-book bundle includes classic works by three different historical writers, all of whom have influenced believers for decades, even centuries! The pocket-sized paperback includes:
The Life of God in the Soul of Man
By Henry Scougal
Henry Scougal was a professor of divinity at King’s College in Aberdeen, Scotland, in the 1600s. His classic work The Life of God in the Soul of Man was originally written as a letter to a friend to differentiate between religious practices and genuine Spirit-filled faith. This letter became widely distributed and later influenced men like Charles Wesley and George Whitefield, along with countless other believers since its original writing.
The Expulsive Power of a New Affection
By Thomas Chalmers
Thomas Chalmers was a minister and great orator in Scotland in the early 1800s. One of Chalmers’s most famous sermons was on the power of genuine affection for God. The sermon, titled “The Expulsive Power of a New Affection,” expresses an urgent desire for Christians to experience the transformative power of Christ.
What Did the Cross Achieve?
By J. I. Packer
J. I. Packer was a twentieth-century theologian and author. His essay analyzing Scripture on the topic of Christ’s atoning death on the cross is considered one of the most significant short works on penal substitutionary atonement. This careful, concise essay has influenced prominent theologians since its publication and is essential reading for all believers.