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Christ is All Edited by Michael A.G. Haykin & Darrin R. Brooker (Paperback)

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Christ is All Edited by Michael A.G. Haykin & Darrin R. Brooker (Paperback)

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Christ Is All highlights the life and work of the memorable Scottish minister and poet, Horatius Bonar (1808–1889). Michael A. G. Haykin and Darrin R. Brooker present 65 excerpts from Bonar’s writings that capture his ardent devotion to the glory of Christ. Readers will also find Haykin’s biographical introduction on Bonar a valuable glimpse at a life that God used greatly in the preaching of the gospel and the saving of souls.


Table of Contents:

  1. No ordinary work
  2. God’s trees grow slowly
  3. Biblical religion: a via media
  4. The apostolic way of evangelism
  5. Health of the soul
  6. On reading
  7. On prayer
  8. Blameless Christians
  9. A strong and bold witness
  10. Our eternal heritage
  11. The true end of the ministry
  12. The true stimulus to missions
  13. The shed blood of Christ: The foundation of Christianity
  14. Redeem the time
  15. Dwell not in this world
  16. Studying the Bible
  17. Grace found in God’s election
  18. The model of a holy life
  19. Honoring the Spirit
  20. The gospel
  21. God changes not
  22. Do you go to the prayer-meeting?
  23. Be reconciled to God
  24. Quit you like men!
  25. The power of the cross
  26. The truth and errors of the age
  27. Christ our substitute
  28. On doctrine
  29. The delusion of earthly progress
  30. The good news about Jesus Christ
  31. Stand fast
  32. True spiritual discernment
  33. Amid the dazzling confusion
  34. Divine jealousy for the truth
  35. Follow the Master
  36. The deceitfulness of sin
  37. God’s glory our aim
  38. Shall the god of this world succeed?
  39. Be ready
  40. On truth
  41. Christianity: doctrine and life
  42. By faith
  43. On the Holy Spirit
  44. Taken away from the evil to come
  45. The family badge
  46. The voice from Galilee
  47. Eternal companionship
  48. A life of spiritual vitality
  49. A warning against imitation
  50. The one true resting-place
  51. The love of the Spirit
  52. The Lord’s Supper
  53. On beloved France and the writing of memoirs
  54. Awakening in Kilsyth
  55. Imputed righteousness
  56. The cross
  57. Living sacrifices
  58. The substitute
  59. Believe and live
  60. Live for something
  61. A faithful proclamation
  62. Contemplative theology
  63. Gospel optimism
  64. Labour for Christ
  65. An old minister’s complaints

Reading Bonar


Series Description 

Seeking, then, both to honor the past and yet not idolize it, we are issuing these books in the series Profiles in Reformed Spirituality. The design is to introduce the spirituality and piety of the Reformed Profiles in Reformed Spirituality tradition by presenting descriptions of the lives of notable Christians with select passages from their works. This combination of biographical sketches and collected portions from primary sources gives a taste of the subjects’ contributions to our spiritual heritage and some direction as to how the reader can find further edification through their works. It is the hope of the publishers that this series will provide riches for those areas where we are poor and light of day where we are stumbling in the deepening twilight.


About the Authors 

Darrin R. Brooker is the editor and publisher of The Life and Works of Horatius Bonar CD. He and his wife Melissa are members of Trinity Baptist Church, Burlington, Ontario.

Michael Haykin is professor of Church History and Biblical Spirituality, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky, and Research Professor of Irish Baptist College, Constituent College of Queen's University Belfast, N. Ireland.



"Bonar's biography provides an enlightening vista of another age, while his selections give us penetrating insight into our won. As Bonar would wish, every word points us to the Christ of all ages and for all ages" - David P. Murray 

“This book of excerpts from the eminent Horatius Bonar is a window on the real Christ life. Living as Bonar did when Liberalism was seeking to replace Reformation theology with disguise Humanism, Bonar sounds his clarion calls: Be at your Bible; be earnest in prayer; be holy and zealous for God; preach the truth; live for eternity; shun worldliness; care to be remembered only by what you have done for Christ in this world. No message is more needed than this today.” – Maurice Roberts

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