The February edition of Believer’s Magazine includes a review written by Phil Coulson which has attracted a great deal of interest in the book “The World, The Flesh, and the Devil” written by Jack Hay. We have had to order a reprint of this book and it is due back to our warehouse next week. We can offer the book at £4.99 for orders of ten copies or more for those who wanted to hand out to young people as suggested. Here’s a copy of the review:
This latest title from Jack Hay’s busy keyboard is genuinely a ‘must-have’ book on every believer’s bookshelf, coﬀee table or bedside cabinet. Its content strikes hard, but honestly, at the core of a Christian’s life and, as the author says on page 39 of this 88-page paperback, “We really need to have our moral compass well set”.
In his Foreword to the book, Fraser Munro wrote “In July 2017, Jack gave ministry on this subject over a weekend in Deri, Wales. Those who were present found the teaching very informative and very challenging. The suggestion was subsequently made to Jack that what he had said should be made available to a wider audience. He agreed to write on the subject, and I am glad he has done so. I have been helped by reading this book. No matter where you are in the Christian life, you will ﬁnd it helpful too.” Jeremy Holiﬁeld, an elder in the assembly at Deri, and present at the meetings where this ministry was given, wrote “Jack has written about the three principal foes of the believer with the same vibrancy with which he delivered talks on the same at Deri to an audience of over 130 young adults in the summer of 2017. The relevance of this teaching applies to all, irrespective of age.”
You should read this book, and elders would do well to put a copy into the hands of every assembly member.