Walking in the Light

Walking in the Light is a selection of prayer meeting addresses delivered by Rev Hugh Cartwright during his pastorate in Edinburgh. I’m delighted to announce it’s now available for purchase.

From the blurb:

This collection of addresses by Hugh M Cartwright (1943-2011) moves from presenting the gospel itself to pointing out its implications in several dimensions. Always realistic about the darkness of sin, Walking in the Light extends great comfort and encouragement to those who love and trust the Lord.

Twenty-four addresses are arranged in 5 parts:

  • a series of 7 on the Epistle to the Galatians
  • a series of 3 on self-examination
  • a series of 3 on the ‘full assurances’ of understanding, faith, and hope
  • a series of 6 on the ‘walk’ as presented in the Epistle to the Ephesians
  • the remainder on individual texts

From the Foreword by Rev David Campbell: 

Incisive and profound simplicity when presenting great biblical truths, which characterises great preachers in all ages, will be found in these addresses. The centrality of Christ, of the doctrines of grace and the glory of God in the salvation of lost sinners, shines through in every page.

This is a 250-page hardback. Copies are available at £14 each plus postage. Contact me directly, or drop a line to ettrickpress@gmail.com to place an order. 


From the Mouth of Lions

From the Mouth of Lions: Sermons on the Book of Daniel by Rev Hugh M Cartwright (1943-2011) is now available.

“O Lord, we thank thee for the witness of faithful saints in other times, and we thank thee for thy people in our own day who are enabled to be steadfast and unmoveable and always abounding in the work of the Lord, who are enabled in their own sphere to fear God and to keep his commandments. We pray that we might be among them, that we might not be made afraid by temporal consequences of fearing Christ, but that we might have our eye set on thee, the Lord, and on thy care of thy people, and on the prospect that is before each one of them. May we be kept by the power of God, and enabled by thy grace to be walking in the way of thy commandments, and to have thy presence going with us.” (p66, prayer after the sermon on Shadrach, Meshach and Abed-nego)