I was listening to something the other day, and it reminded me that I had read Spurgeon liked reading through Pilgrim’s Progress every year. That in turn got me thinking about books that would be worth reading every year (besides the Bible), as well as about books that I keep as “ready reference” on or near my desk all the time.
So, here are my books. I’d love to hear from any readers on what their picks would be!
Always on my desk (or close by)
- For the Love of God (2 volumes) by D. A. Carson
- The Bible Panorama by Gerard Chrispin
- Commentary on the New Testament Use of the Old Testament by G. K. Beale and D. A. Carson
- Systematic Theology by Wayne Grudem
- The Loveliness of Christ by Samuel Rutherford
- The Valley of Vision by Arthur Bennett
- Operation World by Patrick Johnstone
Books I could/should read every year