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FORTHCOMING TITLE, ETA JANUARY 2024
Seeking to excite the affections and redirect the focus of our hearts, 18th-century minister William Jay provides a devotional centered on the Word of God. See why Spurgeon heralded Jay as one of his favorite preachers as he expounds upon the Gospel, grace, and the Christian life over the course of a year. Follow along each morning and evening as Jay provides insight into the many encouragements, exhortations, and promises found throughout Scripture.
“I have used many devotionals; many hymnals including the Psalter Hymnal in my private devotions and I say, without hesitation, that Jay’s Morning and Evening Exercises, in my opinion, is the best especially for preachers and mature Christians.”
—Ernest Reisinger, late pastor, first trustee of Banner of Truth
“O for more Jays. We would give some two or three dozen for the general run of doctors of divinity for one such Master in Israel as William Jay of Bath.”ؙ—Charles Spurgeon
"In reply to the inquiries of American friends, as to whose preaching I liked best of all I heard while in England and in Scotland, my answer has uniformly been, "The old preacher at Bath, whom you all know as the author of the Morning Exercises and Evening Exercises. His sermon was full of Christ, discriminating and searching, while in point of style I did not notice a sentence "out of joint". He seemed to chain each heart to his own, and to draw the whole to the Savior's feet. Speaking to Mr. Jay seemed like speaking with a past age.”— Dr. H. V. D. Johns of Baltimore