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Love to Christ introduces readers to one of the most beloved Scottish pastors of the nineteenth century, Robert Murray M‘Cheyne (1813–1843).

Following a biographical sketch that acquaints us with the life and ministry of M‘Cheyne, Jordon Stone presents thirty-eight excerpts from M‘Cheyne’s writings that walk us through the nature, foundation, means, rewards, and ministry of holiness.

M‘Cheyne’s life and ministry was marked by a pursuit of holiness. Come learn more about this faithful preacher and join him on this most important cause.

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Table of Contents:

Introduction: The Piety of Robert Murray M‘Cheyne (1813–1843)

Section One: The Nature of Holiness

1. Devotion to Christ

2. Obedience to Christ

3. Complete Conformity to Christ

Section Two: The Foundation of Holiness

4. The Father’s Mercy

5. The Father’s Love

6. His Love Constraineth Us

7. The Excellency of Christ

8. The Love of Christ

9. The Comforter

10. The Spirit of Holiness

Section Three: The Means of Holiness

11. My Only Safety

12. Seek to Know Your Corruption

13. No Other Means of Sanctification

14. Search the Scriptures

15. A Bible Reading Plan—Its Advantages and Disadvantages

16. The Sweetest of All Ordinances

17. A Sweet, Silent Sermon

18. Reformation in Secret Prayer, Part 1

19. Reformation in Secret Prayer, Part 2

20. Advice for Prayer Meetings

21. Affliction Will Certainly Purify

22. Seek a Right Improvement

23. We Love Everything That is Christ’s

24. Ready for the Lord’s Day

Section Four: The Reward of Holiness

25. Make Your Services Tell for Eternity

26. An Inch of Time Remains

27. The Day is at Hand

28. The World of Holy Love

Section Five: The Ministry of Holiness

29. Preaching is the Grand Instrument

30. Draw Them into Christ

31. Preach in the Spirit

32. Personal Holiness and the Salvation of Souls

33. A Holy Minister is an Awful Weapon

34. A Charge to the Minister

35. The Great Use of the Ministry

36. Reasons Why Children Should Fly to Christ

37. The Nature of True Revival

38. Revival Preachers Needed

Reading M‘Cheyne



Jordan Stone (Ph.D. The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) is the senior pastor of Redeemer PCA in McKinney, TX, and visiting lecturer in practical theology at Reformed Theological Seminary—Dallas.



“It is a pleasure heartily to commend this latest jewel of a book in the Profiles in Reformed Spirituality series. The name Robert Murray M’Cheyne is fragrant to anyone who knows his life and anything of his writings. If any two themes dominated M’Cheyne’s preaching and writing, they were holiness of life and love to Christ. This fine compendium of extracts from M’Cheyne’s writings will instruct, inspire, humble and reorient the mind and heart of everyone who reads them. The power of M’Cheyne’s preaching and writing lay in the holiness of the life he lived. This is a book that can be commended without any hesitation.” – Ian Hamilton, professor historical and systematic theology, Westminster Presbyterian Theological Seminary

“Recommending anything written by Robert Murray M’Cheyne seems redundant. His ministry was tragically brief, but his legacy continues to shine to this day. What is evident in these short extracts from his writings is his love of Christ and His people. A perfect five- to six-week daily devotional read.” – Derek W. H. Thomas, senior minister, first Presbyterian Church, Columbia, South Carolina