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Common Order is the Church''s book of services and resources for public worship drawing from a wide range of church traditions. It offers complete Orders of Service, devotional prayers, and additional resources such as Scripture sentences, collects and a three year lectionary.
Bonnie Prince Charlie is one of the best-known and romantic names in Scottish and British history. As with so many legends, the truth is often obscure and the debate continues to rage over questions of his plans to become Charles III, his wish to make Britain a Catholic country, the...
Pray Now is a collection of modern, beautiful prayers that can be used by all denominations, by individuals, prayer groups and leaders of worship. Each year, our relationship with God is explored and deepened through a theme. This year's theme is `From Generation to Generation'.Prayers are inspired by The Magnificat'...
James is an oft neglected book of the New Testament and its place within scripture is still a cause of some conjecture, but with William Barclay's astute guidance, the true power of its instruction and inspiration is revealed to the reader.
Murder, infidelity and intrigue permeate this story of one of the most turbulent times in history. Rosalind Marshall is renowned for her work on Mary, Queen of Scots and she takes us through the key myths that surround this fascinating story.
This story of the life of Jesus is told in Gaelic by an author whose love of God and of the Gaelic language shine through every page. Suitable for individuals and for teaching in schools, churches and colleges. In straightforward Gaelic, this is an account of Jesus' birth, life, death...
'Parables' are stories Jesus told using characters and events familiar to his audience. But parables are a special kind of story and Jesus used them for his special purposes. William Barclay unlocks these stories, revealing the hidden depth and meaning.
Mark gives us the most human picture of Jesus, describing him simply as 'the carpenter', and speaks most about Jesus' feelings and emotions. This book builds on the infectious enthusiasm of Mark, adding wonder to the stories behind the text.
William Barclay reveals why, for many Christian people, the Gospel according to "John" is the most precious book of the "New Testament".
In this second volume of commentary on John, William Barclay explores this gospel's implicit statements and clarifies meaning. Often referred to as the spiritual gospel, it is the book on which, above all, people `feed their minds and nourish their hearts, and in which they rest their souls'.