This collection of the writings of Sewell Hall has long begged to be published. His writings like his preaching have been the source of instruction, inspiration and encouragement to more than two generations of readers, but they needed to find the wider and more permanent influence that this book will give them.
This collection of his writings is a treasure of practical spiritual counsel drawn from the great overarching themes of Scripture. The spirit of his writing is always positive and hopeful as befits the gospel ("good news"), yet he does not hesitate to reprove attitudes and activities that betray God's great purpose for our lives. You will be moved by his passion for unsaved people both at home and abroad, by his longing to help his readers get a clearer and more biblical picture of what it means to be a disciple of Jesus, and by his great love and admiration for "ordinary" Christians who, in God's great strength, do extraordinary things.
Hardback, 303 pages.