LIFE OF MARTYN LLOYD-JONES - 1899-1981, THE by Iain H. Murray

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Get the two-volume edition. Takes you inside the life, ministry, and theology of one of the great ministers of the past 100 years.
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This book is a re-cast, condensed and, in parts, re-written version of the author's two volumes D. Martyn Lloyd- Jones: The First Forty Years (I982) and The Fight of Faith (I990). Since those dates, the life of Dr Lloyd-Jones has been the subject of comment and assessment in many publications and these have been taken into account. The main purpose of this further biography, however, is to put Dr Lloyd-Jones' life before another generation in more accessible form. The big story is all here.

When Lloyd-Jones left medicine, he intended only to be an evangelist in a mission hall in South Wales. No one was more surprised than he in being called to a ministry which would eventually affect churches across the world. How this happened is here explained, but the theme is the person described by F. F. Bruce: 'a thoroughly humble man. He was a man of prayer, a powerful evangelist, an expository preacher of rare quality, in the fullest sense a servant of the Word of God.'

Behind that theme a greater one emerges. In ML- J's own words: 'My whole life experiences are proof of the sovereignty of God and his direct interference in the lives of men. I cannot help believing what I believe. I would be a madman to believe anything else-the guiding hand of God! It is an astonishment to me. '
Book Specifications
Release date: 0000-00-00
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Banner of Truth
Publication date: 2013-02-01
Label: Banner of Truth
Pages: 496
ASIN: 1848711808
ISBN: 1848711808
Height: 840
Length: 540
Weight: 125
Width: 110
Product Group: Book