This is the most complete collection (est. 48 volumes) of the works of Albert Benjamin (A. B.) Simpson (1843-1919) available. It features his famous Christ in the Bible Commentary Series (also available for purchase separately), originally published in 24 volumes—a rich devotional and expository series covering the span of the entire Bible, from Genesis to Revelation. It has as its theme an exploration of the presence of Christ in every book—how even the writings of the Old Testament point toward the person and work of Jesus Christ. In addition to these volumes, we offer a most extensive collection of Simpson's writings, including a set of 21 volumes (available separately), along with three brand NEW titles.
Collection Titles include:
A Larger Christian Life
All In All
The Apostolic Church (NEW!)
Christ of the Forty Days (NEW!)
The Cross of Christ
Danger Lines in the Deeper Life
Days of Heaven upon Earth: A Year Book of Scripture Texts and Living Truths (NEW!)
Divine Emblems of Spiritual Life and Truth
The Fourfold Gospel
The Gospel of Healing
The Holy Spirit (2 volumes)
The Life of Prayer
Love Life of the Lord
The Names of Jesus
Present Truths, or the Supernatural
Select Sermons and Testimonies
The Self Life and the Christ Life
Service for the King
Standing on Faith
Walking in the Spirit
Within the Veil
A. B. Simpson -- a man of vision and faith grew to be one of the most respected Christian figures in American evangelicalism. A much sought after speaker and pastor, Simpson founded a major evangelical denomination, published over 70 books, edited a weekly magazine for nearly 40 years, and wrote many gospel songs and poems.
William MacArthur, a friend and co-worker, said Simpson once told him: "I am no good unless I can get alone with God." MacArthur added: "His practice was to hush his spirit, and literally cease to think, then in the silence of his soul, he listened for the 'still small voice' [of God]."
Simpson also possessed a deep compassion for the lost. A desire to evangelize consumed him. In his biographical article on Simpson, Daniel Evearitt wrote: "I discovered that those who knew [Simpson] paint a picture of a dynamic but humble worker for God who inspired others to total commitment to God's service and Kingdom. They portray him as a loving, caring, patient man."
Paul Rader, former pastor of the Moody Church in Chicago and Simpson's long time associate, said: "He was the greatest heart preacher I ever listened to. He preached out of his own rich dealings with God."