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J. C. Ryle was an acclaimed 19th century English Anglican bishop, prolific author, and first bishop of Liverpool. Ryle was beloved by many all over the world for his kind manner of preaching and his many works are full of his welcoming and affectionate tone. Ryle’s message of faithfulness and love was meant for everyone, both those who have been practicing their faith for decades and those new to religion, regardless of their age or social class. His straightforward and caring style was widely credited with bringing a renewed sense of spirituality to the working classes of England. First published in 1888, “The Duties of Parents” is Ryle’s enduringly popular and useful guide for parents to help them introduce their children to Christ. Organized around seventeen simple and profound responsibilities that Christian parents have to their children, Ryle shows parents how to guide their children’s faith through actions, words, and examples and how to use love, the most important part of the parent-child relationship, to shape the future of the next generation. Over a century after it was first published, “The Duties of Parents” remains an encouraging and practical guide for every loving parent hoping to raise devout and responsible children.
"A Sketch of the Life and Labors of George Whitefield" by J. C. Ryle. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.
“A Call to Prayer” is the inspiring and encouraging treatise on the importance of prayer by J. C. Ryle, the acclaimed 19th century English Anglican bishop, author, and first bishop of Liverpool. Ryle was beloved by many all over the world for his kind manner of preaching and writing and “A Call to Prayer” is full of his welcoming and affectionate tone. Ryle’s message is meant for everyone, both those who have been practicing their faith for decades and those new to religion, regardless of their age or social class. In “A Call to Prayer”, Ryle encourages the devout to dedicate themselves to prayer, for that is the only way to have access to the wonder and miracle of God. The best test of one’s status with God is the presence or absence of prayer in daily life. Ryle writes that “to be prayer-less is to be without Christ, without God, without grace, without hope, and without heaven.” This heartfelt plea to devote your time and energy in order to better your spiritual well-being and life in the eyes of God remains as powerful and persuasive as when it was first written.
Dice el autor: Vivimos en una época de grandes privilegios espirituales. El evangelio ha sido predicado casi en todo el mundo. La Biblia está disponible en más idiomas que en cualquier otro tiempo en el pasado. En muchas partes del mundo las iglesias han crecido rápidamente. Pero debemos preguntarnos a nosotros mismos ¿Cómo nos ha beneficiado todo esto?Déjeme hacerle unas preguntas que le ayudarán a descubrir la verdad acerca de su condición espiritual:1. ¿Ha pensado seriamente acerca de su condición espiritual?2. ¿Qué ha hecho usted acerca de su salvación?3. ¿Está usted tratando de acallar su conciencia con una religiosidad externa?4. ¿Sabe usted algo de la práctica de la santidad cristiana?5. ¿Conoce usted algo del gozo dado por los medios de gracia; es decir, la lectura de la Biblia, la oración, la participación en la iglesia y la cena del Señor y la santificación del día del Señor?6. ¿Se está esforzando para hacer algo bueno en este mundo?7. ¿Conoce usted algo de una vida de continuo compañerismo con Cristo?8. ¿Sabe usted algo de lo que significa estar preparado para la segunda venida de Cristo?