The Life and Ministry of Robert Murray McCheyne
by David Robertson;
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Awakening, by David Robertson; current minister of Robert Murray McCheyne's own church, gives an encouraging and edifying portrait of a man won over by Christ and devoted to ministering the gospel simply and profoundly to all people.
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Awakening by David Robertson was published by Christian Focus Publications in January 2010 and is our 26562nd best seller. The ISBN for Awakening is 9781845505424.
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AwakeningPaula Hill, via The Good Book Stall
How can the life of young man who died at the age of twenty nine have anything to teach us today? The name of McCheyne is well known, but why is it so revered? These and other questions are answered in this brief biography written by the present minister of his old church, St Peter’s Free Church in Dundee.
After a slow start, when the reader can feel overwhelmed by unfamiliar names and places, the book really wakes up when it talks about the revival that began during McCheyne’s ministry (although it actually started in his absence). McCheyne’s commitment to personal holiness is emphasised, and the book’s format, which includes questions for reflection at the end of each chapter, means that the prayerful reader is given plenty of food for thought.
The author has added an update to this edition of the book, in which he talks about how the church had dwindled in recent years, but is now growing again. The strategies that have been used to attract people to the church make for thought-provoking reading.
A good introduction to a great man of God.
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Details for Awakening
|Page last updated||9th March 2017|
|Author / Artist||David Robertson|
|Publisher||Christian Focus Publications (January 2010)|
|Number of Pages||288|