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Free Christian Kindle Books from Randy Alcorn, the Gospel Coalition, and Desiring God

Kindle Deal on Feed Yourself: Learning to Feast on the Riches of God’s Word by D.H. Benson (Sponsored)

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Charles Spurgeon Audiobooks now available! 

Starting as low as $4.99. Browse the list here. The Kindle version is discounted when you buy the audiobook.

WTS Books Deal

Enjoy a great deal on the 17-volume set of Reformed Expository Bible Studies by Jon Nielson. These studies accompany the fantastic Reformed Expository Commentary series.

The Kindle edition now on sale for $3.99, paperback at $5.99: Feed Yourself: Learning to Feast on the Riches of God’s Word by D.H. Benson 

Description of the Book:

Written by an award-winning journalist calling on his own experience engaging with the Bible, “Feed Yourself” is not another book on how to study the Bible, but is is designed to help believers develop the life-nurturing habits of reading, memorizing, meditating on and praying Scripture, to grasp its overarching story, to understand the differences between the various English translations and become familiar with how to use various Bible study tools. It is suitable for individuals, couples, families, small groups or in a classroom setting.

What People Are Saying:

I wish someone had given me this book when I first became a believer forty years ago. D.H. Benson’s book, Feed Yourself, is loaded with practical, simple disciplines for learning and knowing God’s Word.”  T.K., counselor and social worker

“Conversational. Practical. Biblical. D.H. Benson has contributed something helpful to believers, all of whom are called to be ‘self-feeders.’ Allow D.H. Benson to be your tour guide into the Scriptures.” — Rev. Brian Dainsberg, lead pastor Alliance Bible Church, Mequon, Wis.

“D.H. Benson has given a gift to every pastor seeking to educate his congregation in a straightforward manner.” Jim Bohn, Ph.D.

Buy Feed Yourself: Learning to Feast on the Riches of God’s Word by D.H. Benson.

Sale begins January 23, 2024.

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WTSBooks has all ESV Bibles on sale for 50% off. That includes Scripture journals, study Bibles, pew Bibles, and more! Enjoy this deal all December.

Eerdmans has Kindle versions of commentaries at 80% off! Enjoy discounts* from the following series:

*This discount only applies for Amazon US.

Here are a few of the best Cyber Monday deals for Christians and especially Christian readers, enjoy!

Amazon has thousands of deals including eReaders, CS Lewis classics, Tim Keller books, LEGOS/KNEX, Magnet tiles, board games, books and more.

Westminster Books has up to 70% off many of their bestselling books along with ALL ESV BIBLES at 50% off.

Logos Bible Software has great commentary deals (sets and individual titles) and much more. Commentary sets include:

  • New Studies in Biblical Theology at $9.00 each!
  • New International Commentary on the Old and New Testament at 51% off for the collection or $19.99 for individual volumes
  • Library of New Testament Studies at 80% off
  • Crossway Biblical Theology Collection at 50% off
  • International Critical Commentary at 60% off
  • Individual volumes in the Tyndale Commentaries series at 60% off
  • Individual volumes in the New American Commentary series at 60% off
  • Many individual volumes in the Preaching the Word commentary series at 60% off
  • Reformed Expository Commentary in the Old Testament and New Testament bundles at 50% off
  • Baker Academic Research Library at 60% off
  • Baker D.A. Carson Collection at 60% off
  • Christ Centered Exposition series at 60% off



Free Christian Kindle Books from Randy Alcorn, the Gospel Coalition, and Desiring God

ChristianAudio Premium Audiobook of the Month: $0.99 for When Prayer Is a Struggle: A Practical Guide for Overcoming Obstacles in Prayer by Kevin P. Halloran

Today is also Amazon Prime Day! Enjoy discounts in every category, huge discounts on Amazon devices, board games (like Settlers of Catan), Airpods, and much more.

Free eBook (with opt-in): Family Discipleship by Matt Chandler

Free PDF: Foundations for Lifelong Learning by John Piper

Free eBook from Questions Christians Ask series (take a quiz to find out what’s best for you) 

Free Logos Audiobook: Luther on the Christian Life: Cross and Freedom by Carl Trueman. Other audio titles in Theologians on the Chrisitan Life series are $4.99.

Westminster Bookstore Deals

$5 off your next purchase at Westminster Bookstore

What follows is the introduction for the new volume God’s Purpose for Your Suffering by Charles Spurgeon. Take advantage of the launch sale on the Kindle edition. The price increases July 19, 2023.

When we suffer, the question we all ponder is Why? While we may not know exactly what God is up to in our suffering and trials, we can rest confident that He does have a purpose. Knowing this gives us hope.

The purpose of this book is to give you hope and to help you make the most of your suffering. You can’t ease the pain of your tough situation by complaining and growing bitter (that makes things worse!), but you can make sure that you reap all of the blessings and lessons He has for you.

Suffering is an opportunity.

An Opportunity for Joy

I’ve always found James 1:2–4 astounding:

Count it all joy, my brothers, when you meet trials of various kinds, for you know that the testing of your faith produces steadfastness. And let steadfastness have its full effect, that you may be perfect and complete, lacking in nothing.

We can count all suffering as joy. God is at work in us. He is at work in our situation. We may not understand His purposes, but we can trust He won’t renege on His promises. And the light that shines from His promises is brighter in the darkness.

It’s hard to count suffering as joy as a young person new to suffering, but the longer we walk with Christ and the more trials we pass through, the more steadfast and filled with faith we will become. James says as much!

An Able Teacher

Charles Haddon Spurgeon knew suffering. On October 19, 1956, while preaching at the Surrey Gardens Music Hall, someone in the crowd yelled “Fire!”, creating a stampede that trampled seven to death and left thirty more seriously injured. Spurgeon likely suffered from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) related to this event the rest of his life.

Spurgeon also suffered from poor health, battling gout and kidney disease at various times. Many in Spurgeon’s own denomination shunned him in the Downgrade Controversy. Off and on Spurgeon battled depression.

His time in the furnace of affliction and his deep biblical insight make the eight sermons in this volume especially helpful for us as we think about the trials and tribulations we face.

“There is in the Bible a remedy exactly fitted for your grief if you could only find it,” wrote Spurgeon. “Sometimes you lose the key of a drawer, and you must have it opened, and therefore you send for the whitesmith, and he comes in with a great bunch of keys. Somewhere among them he has a key that will open your drawer. The Bible contains keys that will open the iron gates of your trouble, and give you freedom from your sorrow.”

In our case, Spurgeon is the locksmith with eight Scripture keys that will revive our souls and rejoice the heart (Psalm 19:7–11). So as you read, turn nuggets of truth into prayer. Ask God to purify you, teach you, mature you, and bless you.

God used Joseph’s suffering. He used Job’s suffering. He used the suffering of Hannah and of the apostle Paul, and of course He used the suffering of His own Son, Jesus Christ.

How might He use yours?

God’s Purpose for Your Suffering by Charles Spurgeon is available in paperback and Kindle editions. Browse other Charles Spurgeon titles.

Free Christian Kindle Books from Randy Alcorn, the Gospel Coalition, and Desiring God

New Book Announcement!

God’s Purpose for Your Suffering by Charles Spurgeon. Enjoy the launch sale with the Kindle edition at $2.99! The price goes up July 1.

Free Books

Free eBook: Before You Share Your Faith by Matt Smethurst

Free Audiobook (with opt-in): Right with God by Michael Reeves

Free eBook (with opt-in) Serving Without Sinking: How to Serve Christ and Keep Your Joy by John Hindley 

Free audiobook: Heaven is a World of Love by Jonathan Edwards and Justin Schell

Logos Bible Software Book Deal

Free eBook: The Consequences of Ideas: Understanding the Concepts that Shaped Our World by R.C. Sproul

Free Audiobook: Prayer and Praying Men by E.M. Bounds

Other Monthly Deals 

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Westminster Bookstore has great commentary deals, up to 55% off, on the following sets:

  • Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture (30 volumes)
  • ESV Expository Commentary (11 volumes)
  • Evangelical Biblical Theology Commentary (8 volumes)
  • Reformed Expository Commentary (34 volumes)
  • The Gospel According to the Old Testament (17 volumes)
  • Focus on the Bible (41 volumes)
  • Preaching the Word NT Set (19 volumes)
  • New Studies in Biblical Theology (58 volumes)

Browse the sale here.

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Offer ends May 18, 2023!

ICYMI: This month’s freebies and deals

The Great Reduction: Solomon Seeks the Key to Peace by Jay Trott (Sponsored Book)

New Kindle release: God’s Purpose for Your Suffering by Charles Spurgeon

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The Great Reduction: Solomon Seeks the Key to Peace by Jay Trott

What is the secret to happiness?

King Solomon was one of the greatest superachievers of all time and fabulously wealthy. He also had a reputation as the wisest man in the world. But at the end of his life, he was so unhappy that he felt moved to cry out “all is vanity” and wish he had never been born.

In Ecclesiastes, Solomon brilliantly diagnoses the causes of our continuing unhappiness and boils down the secret of peace and contentment to a few essential ingredients. The Great Reduction explains why his prescription for peace is just as relevant today as the day it was written. It also uses his diagnosis to shed light on a happiness that goes far beyond anything Solomon could have imagined.

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Assorted Free Books

Free eBook (with opt-in): Living Without Worry by Timothy Lane

Free Charles Spurgeon eBook download: Our Savior’s Cries from the Cross. We’ve partnered with the Anchored in Christ email list to give away a great title from Spurgeon that gets to the very heart of what Jesus Christ accomplished on the cross.

Free John Piper PDF: 27 Servants of Sovereign Joy

Free Ebook: The Heart of Anger by Christopher Ash

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