One thing that really saddens me is that I know so few people that have any desire to read the "classics". I know they may not appeal to everybody, but speaking for myself, I spend hours reading the sermons of Luther and the works of Calvin. How few people have read Calvin's Institutes! (I know not everybody is a "strict" calvinist, but I know that not everyone is a "strict" Arminian, either) Spurgeon wrote over 3,500 sermons, and I wished he had wrote 35,000! Other authors I reccomend are: Arthur Pink, G. Cambell Morgan, Martin Loyd-Jones, Augustine, Thomas Boston, Steven Charnock, C.S. Lewis and Boice. I have 62 volumes of Watchman Nee, but I recommend him to those who are very familliar with the Scriptures -although I have read about 15 books of his, and have found nothing unorthodox in his writings, it is easy nonetheless to misuderstand him. I personally believe he was a genius.