Reformation Heritage Books are to be congratulated for being constrained to reprint this classic, after a year of it being unavailable. Robert Hawker (1753-1827) was vicar of Charles in Plymouth, and conscious of the poor amongst his congregation, published these meditations for them on texts of scripture in small, affordable penny portions. The eventual result was this Christ-centred devotional, which still satisfies the 'poor in spirit, who are rich in faith, and heirs of the kingdom.' I am really pleased to have got a good stock of these on board - possibly the first in the UK to have done so?! Our price is £24.95, which is not bad for a chunky hardback book (730 devotions for the whole year) now with a stylish new cover design. Joel R Beeke has written a very informative and warm introduction to Dr Hawker and his ministry, which he feels has been 'largely overlooked by modern scholarship.' May these daily doses of free grace doctrine be to the benefit of many readers. I'm using them at the moment and I would encourage you to do so too. This isn't a sales plug - beg, borrow or buy a copy from whoever you can! You won't regret it.
'The Poor Man's Morning and Evening Portions' by Robert Hawker DD.