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  • Hardcover: 416 pages
  • Publisher: The Banner of Truth Trust (Nov. 1997)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0851517374
  • ISBN-13: 978-0851517377
  • Product Dimensions: 22 x 14.4 x 2.9 cm
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Dr D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones was the minister of Westminster Chapel, London, for thirty years. For 13 years he preached through the epistle to the Romans and this prese nt volume contains his sermons on Chapter 10 where he tackle s various questions. '

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 10 Oct. 2014
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It is another great book by MLJ. His expounding of truth in Scriptures is extremely solid, straightforward, passionate and reverent! His teachings would edify both the new Christian and the student of theology. I simply love his presentation of the Bible and I highly recommend it!
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Careful Exegesis plus Eye-Opening Application 14 April 2007
By Leslie Richford - Published on
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Dr. D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones: Romans: An Exposition of Chapter 10. Saving Faith. Edinburgh: The Banner of Truth Trust, 1997. ISBN 0 85151 737 4. xi, 400 pages. Finely bound hardback with illustrated dustjacket.

The late Welsh evangelical preacher Martyn Lloyd-Jones delighted in what he termed the "exposition" of the Scriptures. By that he meant returning week by week to a selected passage and examining it verse by verse, phrase by phrase in order not only to establish the meaning (that would have been mere dry exegesis) but also to apply this meaning to his hearers (and readers). His thirty-five expository sermons on Romans 10 preached from May 1963 to May 1964 and printed here are no exception to the rule: In his first sermon, Lloyd-Jones carefully explains the context of the chapter, seeing it as a kind of extended commentary on the last verses of Romans 9 (which he had expounded previously: see God's Sovereign Purpose, 9:1-33 (Romans Series)). Then he offers an overview of the whole chapter before launching into a detailed analysis. But if that sounds dry and technical, just read on into the next chapter which, in my opinion, is worth the price of the whole book: Lloyd-Jones there examines the whole question of "zeal" and lists a number of extremely valuable tests by which true zeal can be differentiated from false zeal. And so on in the whole book: careful exegesis is combined with powerful application, making this volume both a mine of information and an invaluable source of edification for the Christian believer. Following Paul, Lloyd-Jones goes on to discuss the nature of true righteousness; the content of saving faith (namely the Biblical message about the death, resurrection and Lordship of Christ); the conditions of saving faith (belief from the heart and public confession of salvation); the missionary charter and the position of those who have never heard the Gospel; the calling and the message of the Christian preacher; the relationship between 'hearing' and 'obeying'; reasons for the rejection of the Gospel by the Jews; and last but not least, there is a tremedously important chapter on the danger of dead orthodoxy and resistance to the Holy Spirit among evangelical Christians.

Not all Lloyd-Jones's sermons are equally meaty or of equal value, but I suspect that even his weaker messages contain a good deal more spiritual nourishment than most of what the average Protestant, at least here in Europe, gets to hear on a Sunday morning. And some of the chapters here are real eye-openers. I warmly recommend this book to all who are interested in a thorough acquaintance with the teaching of the New Testament and of the Apostle Paul in particular. It would no doubt be advisable to read the whole series in order, as I am currently doing.

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Are You Saved? 23 Aug. 2014
By STRANGER&PILGRIM - Published on
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This is a very good book dealing with genuine saving faith by Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones. It seems to me that the major theme of the book, is making a distinction between those who are truly believers, and those who put their trust in anything but the finished work of the Lord Jesus Christ. Dr. Lloyd-Jones especially points out the critical errors of Roman Catholicism's false gospel, but also other false religions, those who trust in morality or self-righteousness, baptism, nationality, tradition, and even those within Protestantism who have a pseudo faith. Recommended.
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Romans 10 28 April 2015
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I've been reading through Lloyd-Jones sermons on Romans and they are fantastic! Wish I could have attended his church.
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