Editor’s Error. As of this writing, I have not yet seen the April 15 issue of the Standard Bearer. But our Business Manager has seen it, and he phoned to tell me I pulled a boo-boo in my note about the RFPA Book Club. Really, now, I didn’t mean to give you a scare. The current Book Club discount is 20% not 10%. What I should have written is that if the Book Club membership reaches 400, the discount will increase to 30%! And do you know that we need fewer than 100 new members to reach that goal? With the prices of books going up, a 30% discount sounds pretty good, doesn’t it?
Here are the rules:
1) You must be from a Standard Bearer home. More than one member of a family may join.
2) You must agree to purchase automatically every new book published by the RFPA, with the exception of educational texts. If you are a member, these new publications will be sent to you when they come from the press, you will be billed, and as a member you promise to pay by return mail.
3) You may, by virtue of your membership, purchase any RFPA publication at the going discount rate.
Simple, isn’t it?
Write in today: RFPA Book Club, P.O. Box 2006, Grand Rapids, Michigan 49501.
Do you ever wonder how our RFPA publications are evaluated by others? Here are a few snatches from a bulletin of the Tabernacle Bookshop of Metropolitan Tabernacle, London, England.
—Hoeksema’s Behold He Cometh remains as the most exciting flood of matter on the subject.
– Herman Hoeksema’s Behold He Cometh is solid preaching from another amillennial preacher who equated the millennium with the Gospel age. It is said that Hoeksema loved to preach on Revelation and this Commentary is the result of his third such excursion through the book in the course of a long ministry to an enormous congregation in Grand Rapids. Needless to say his work is much more exhilarating than the usual kind of commentary and so rich with spiritual thought and application as to greatly enthuse and stimulate any preacher.
According to the latest report, a new printing ofBehold, He Cometh! is at the bindery. It should soon be available at the new price of $12.95. Wouldn’t you like a Book Club discount of 20 or 30 percent on that price?