J. B. Hewitt was converted as a boy in 1920, during a tent campaign in Lanarkshire, Scotland. As a young man he was determined to spend 2 hours each day with his Bible. This turned out to be 4 hours each day! He began to minister the Word when he was 18 years old, and took his first conference when he was 21 years old. He spent many happy years in Bothwell, Port Seton, Warrington, and latterly at Chesterfield. He ministered in many parts of the country, as well as writing for several magazines.
There is much of interest and profit in Mr. Hewitt’s written ministry and we believe that many readers, old and new, with different tastes will all enjoy and value at least some of the variety which includes expositional, devotional, prophetical and practical articles with outlines and alliteration, possible at its best.
This book is the second volume in a series of the Collected Writings of J.B. Hewitt. This book contains writings on the New Testament as well as a topical section on “The Local Assembly-Its Formation, Features and Freshness”, “Mediation-A Lost Art” and “The Consecration of the Life”.
Click here to see The Collected Writings of J. B. Hewitt Volume 1.