My Top Ten Books for 2014 (26/12)

Happy Boxing Day!

As this year comes to an end, here are the books that I think are really good and you ought to give them a read.

Prone to Wander: Prayers of Confession and Celebration [Review]
Which is why I love this book, this book helps christians to pray. They are good, biblical and sound prayers that’s fit for every christian to learn.

The Problem of Good: When the World Seems Fine Without God [Review]
The problem of evil is not a strange question for christians. But what about the problem of good? What do you do with non-christians who live morally good and proper lives, who’s happily living without God? Common grace is the answer!

New Morning Mercies: A Daily Gospel Devotional [Review]
This is a highly recommended devotional since there is far too little devotional material that shows us how to apply all the word of God in all areas of our lives and at the same time reminds us of the goodness of the gospel.

Edwards on the Christian Life: Alive to the Beauty of God [Review]
I cannot recommend this book highly enough if you really want to understand Jonathan Edwards.

Loving My (LGBT) Neighbor: Being Friends in Grace and Truth [Review]
So I do encourage any christian who wants to grow in knowing how we can love our LGBT in a practical and biblical manner to read this book.

For the Glory of God: Recovering a Biblical Theology of Worship [Review]
Highly recommended for pastors and worship leaders to think deeply, biblically on this topic. Be warned though, to complete this book will be no walk in the park, but you will be deeply rewards for your efforts, and thankful to God for what Block has done for the christian community.

What’s Your Worldview?: An Interactive Approach to Life’s Big Questions [Review]
This is a great book for christians who wants to share with people of other faiths (or with no particular faiths). This would help the christian have a brief understanding of what others believe, and also what are some things that the Christian can ask in response to what they believe.

What’s Best Next: How the Gospel Transforms the Way You Get Things Done [Review]
Highly recommended for all christians who wishes to be more productive, and also know why they should be more productive.

The Word of the Lord: Seeing Jesus in the Prophets [Review]
The book is highly recommend for every christian, especially for preachers. This book would really help preachers see how they can preach the text faithfully, with a Christ-centered focus and also have practical day-to-day application of the text in the believer’s life.

Dispatches from the Front: Stories of Gospel Advance in the World’s Difficult Places [Review]
I would highly recommend every christian to read this book, especially those who want to know more about missions.

What about you? What were you favourite reads for 2014? Let me know by leaving me a comment about it!