“And he said unto them, Take heed what ye hear: with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you: and unto you that hear shall more be given.”
– Mark 4:24
Every believer should call to mind the blessed warning of our Lord Jesus Christ. That we should take heed to what we hear, to make sure we bear fruits or else that which we seems to have shall be taken away from us. That knowledge, that light, that illumination are not given to us to rot away in our storehouses or to hide them under the bushel. But rather we are to bear fruits in proportion to the lights we are been granted.
Therefore, it is not the volume of books we read or study that will help us move higher in the things of the Spirit, in the knowledge of our Lord Jesus Christ, but by how much we are putting these lights and help we are being granted so far to use that will determine if we are going to be benefitted by more books. It is not the volume or quantity of books we read that matters, but how much of those good and faithful books we have applied their teachings and Bible tenets into our lives.
Having said that, we also need to remind the believer that we will ever need more of God, especially as we grow in grace. Indeed, only those who are making progress spiritually in Christ, those who are healthy and “working” that will be hungry and thirsty for more of God and Christ.
The Banner of Truth Trust
Christian Classics Etheral Library
My Utmost for His Highest
Charles Spurgeon Sermon Collection
A.W. Tozer’s Sermons
Paul Washer HeartCry Missionary Society
Gbile Akanni Living Seed Ministry
The Old Time Gospel
Missions & Evangelism:
Child Evangelism Fellowship
Books for Children:
Banner of Truth
Reformed Christian Books
Online Radio & Sermons:
Fundamental Broadcasting Radio
Hymns and Sacred Music:
Software and Apps:
OliveTree Bible Software
e-Sword Bible Study
Tips to finding books to buy:
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Quote from Faithful Men: No man ever miscarried for being a great sinner; but only for being an impenitent sinner.
No man ever miscarried for being a great sinner; but only for being an impenitent sinner.