One of the 20th century's greatest preachers, Lloyd-Jones here offers eight sermons on John 14:1--12 as encouragement to Christians and direction for unbelievers facing anxiety in uncertain times. His careful verse-by-verse exposition shows you how to recognize and confront your fears; and find peace and contentment in the unchanging truths of the gospel. 160 pages, softcover from Crossway.
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Review 1 for Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled
Date:April 1, 2010
L W Johnson
Let Not Your Heart be Troubled, another excellent book by Martyn Lloyd-Jones. The book is a series of eight sermons (139 pages) on John 14:1-12. The purpose of this book is to bring comfort, peace, strength, and to build up Christians in Godly faith in times of uncertainty. The sermons are very easy to read and understand, but loaded with strong biblical doctrine concerning Truth as revealed in God's Word. Truth concerning belief in God, belief in Jesus Christ, His work, and the certainties of the promises He made. Truth that brings hope to the lost, strength, comfort, peace and security to the redeemed, and guidance to all for daily living. The eight individual sermons each have a message of their own. However, the sermons collectively build on each other, and a larger message emerges that strengthens confidence, and assurance in God's promises, and how to face life's obstacles, those uncertainties placed there by Satan for the purpose of disrupting our relationship with Christ. Personally, I rank this book up there with the Studies in the Sermon on the Mount, also by Martyn Lloyd -Jones. Regardless of your personal situation, or life's problems that are confronting you, the messages in this book will provide hope, strength, comfort, peace and encouragement that only Jesus Christ our Savior can provide.
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Review 2 for Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled
Date:July 27, 2009
roger s smith
The best book I have read on trying to understand God when met by disappointment or suffering. As a pastor for nearly 30 years I have read many books on suffering. This is by and far the best!