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Exhortations : A Call to Maturity in Worship

by Douglas Wilson

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At the beginning of each Lord's Day service at Christ Church, Moscow, Idaho, Pastor Douglas Wilson delivers an exhortation, or "call to worship." Clear, pointed, and direct, those calls have been as much appreciated as the sermons that follow them . . . and they are now available in print. Categorized by subject, the themes of these exhortations range from "Armies of the Living God" and "The Brethren," to "Reformation" and "Sin." With 153 separate calls, few subjects are missed, and even fewer words minced. Beautifully formatted, each chapter begins with a prayer of adoration and ends with a prayer of confession.

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