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Scottish Divine Set: The Smile of Thy Love + The Sweet Bond of Christian Love + God's Way of Peace + God's Way of Holiness + The Person of Christ

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Lovely set of 5 hardcover gift books by Scottish ministers Robert Murray McCheyne, Andrew Bonar, and Horatius Bonar:

The Sweet Bond of Christian Love - RM McCheyne

The Smile of Thy Love - Andrew Bonar

God's Way of Peace - Horatius Bonar

God's Way of Holiness - Horatius Bonar

The Person of Christ - Andrew Bonar


Andrew Bonar (1810-1892) was a minister of the Free Church of Scotland in Glasgow and was the younger brother of the noted hymn writer Horatius Bonar. He was also the author of a famous biography of Robert Murray McCheyne.

Robert Murray McCheyne (1813 – 1843) has had a tremendous impact not only on the people of his generation but through his writings ever since. He died in his thirtieth year and in the seventh year of ministry while he was the pastor of St Peter’s Free Church. His epitaph describes him as a man who ‘was honoured by his Lord to draw many wanderers out of darkness into the path of life’.


… a lovely window onto 19th–century evangelical piety. Reading it will fuel your desire for holiness and your passion for the lost – all with the bonus of an excellent chapter on visiting the sick. -Tim Chester Author and senior faculty member, Crosslands Training

Today we need more Christians—and especially more pastors—whose love for God’s people flows out of their love for God himself. We need men with spiritual roots that deepen as they progress in their service to Christ. Andrew Bonar exemplified this. As God used him more widely, Bonar’s private devotion seems to have gone deeper. This brief biographical sketch, pastoral letter, and collection of quotes, introduces readers to a pastor who loved and cared for Christ’s church while drawing from a deep spiritual well of God’s love in Christ. -Jonathan Master President, Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, South Carolina