Review: Instruments in the Redeemer’s Hands

Instruments in the Redeemer’s Hands: People in Need of Change Helping People in Need of Change by Paul David Tripp (P&R: 2002) is one of the best contemporary Christian books. For more information, read my review posted today at To celebrate, Monergism Books is running a special deal (50-percent off!). But it will not last long.

If you plan to attend the Banner of Truth Minister’s Conference next month, let me know (click here for more info).

Blessings! Tony

2 thoughts on “Review: Instruments in the Redeemer’s Hands

  1. Thank you for your excellent and thorough book review at Monergism. My husband and I read this book last summer, and it’s not extreme to say that it has changed (is changing) our lives. The principles drawn from Scripture have spurred our pursuit of Christ, sharpened our spiritual disciplines, and enabled us to reach out to some needing Biblical counsel. We’re recommending it to as many Christians as we can.

  2. I am finishing When People Are Big and God is Small…I want to get the War On Words. Before I do, I would l like to see something on “The Booklet Series” on ADD. Where can I find info on this booklet? Thank you for your wonderful books. I have a real sense of hope

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