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  • ISBN: 978-1599250625
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Page Count: 200
  • Publisher: Solid Ground Christian Books

Rays From the Sun of Righteousness (Richard Newton)

$15.99 $10.75

Richard Newton was called “The Prince of Preachers to the young” by no less than Charles H. Spurgeon. In a simple, sound, fascinating book, of 10 talks to children, Newton covers the following subjects with warmth and passion:
Jesus the Sun of Righteousness – the Light of the World – the Bright and Morning Star – the Savior – the Way – the Truth – the Life – the Vine – the Plant of Renown – the Shield.

Newton felt that this was perhaps his most important book because it was all about the Lord Jesus Christ from beginning to end.

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Rays From the Sun of Righteousness

Richard Newton was called “The Prince of Preachers to the young” by no less than Charles H. Spurgeon. In a simple, sound, fascinating book, of 10 talks to children, Newton covers the following subjects with warmth and passion:

  • Jesus the Sun of Righteousness
  • Jesus the Light of the World
  • The Bright and Morning Star
  • Jesus the Savior
  • Jesus the Way
  • Jesus the Truth
  • Jesus the Life
  • Jesus the Vine
  • Jesus the Plant of Renown
  • Jesus the Shield

Newton felt that this was perhaps his most important book because it was all about the Lord Jesus Christ from beginning to end.

An advertisement for his books in a newspaper of the mid-1800s said of Newton:

“Volumes from the pen of Richard Newton were translated into no less than eighteen different languages. Children the world over longed for a new book by their friend Dr. Newton.”

About the Author

Richard Newton (1813-1887) was born in Liverpool, England.  He came to the United States to study and was called to be pastor of St. Paul’s Church, Philadelphia in 1840, a position he served in for 22 years.  After this he was called as pastor of Church of the Epiphany, also in Philadelphia, where he remained for the rest of his life.  He was distinguished for his enormous contributions to the field of Christian literature for children. He wrote Pebbles from the Brook; Leaves from the Tree of Life; Heroes of the Early Church; The Safe Compass and How It Points; The King’s Highway, and several more books for youth.

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