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Daily Readings - From All Four Gospels: For Morning and Evening (Ryle)

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Evangelical Press

This is a brand new edition of an old favorite, printed on a fine quality paper and with a luxurious gold-blocked soft-touch cover, and including cloth page marker. There are morning and evening readings for every day of the year covering all four Gospels, each reading with an additional passage suggested for further reading. Get a copy and let the nourishment begin - and pick up a spare to put in your guest room. This superb book has a limited production run: get yours now while stocks remain!


J.C. Ryle (1816-1900) was appointed the first Bishop of Liverpool in 1880 and was the leader of the Evangelical party in the Church of England for more than half a century. He is highly regarded for his plain and lively writings on practical and spiritual themes, and their usefulness and impact have been consistently recognized and remain as wise and relevant today as when he first wrote them.

Compiled by Robert Sheehan



“There’s a reason we keep ‘digging up’ Ryle. His writings are always clear (A 19th century man who writes short sentences!), driven (He’s always going after the jugular vein of your soul), and focused (He just can’t keep his eyes off Jesus). Get a copy and let the nourishment begin – and pick up a spare to put in your guest room.”

–Dale Ralph Davis 

"Among the few authors a Christian wants as a lifelong friend and helper, J.C. Ryle is certainly one. After sixty years I still read him with the same relish!" 

-Iain H. Murray 

"Ryle’s eloquence on the Gospels often captures the point of a passage with both precision and power. I highly commend these readings."

-Mark Dever

"Always fresh, always reliable, and always centered on Christ. I keep coming back to Ryle on the Gospels and have never yet been disappointed. Use this book in your devotional life. Your heart will be warmed with fresh love for Christ and a renewed desire to live for His glory."

-Colin Smith