The book of the month for March is entitled "The Wisdom of God Displayed in the Mystery of Redemption" by James Haldane (1768-1851). You may recognize the name of James Haldane. He was a Scottish Presbyterian who came to reject paedobaptistic thinking and embrace the biblical view of Baptism. This is a short book, but the description (see below) sounded intriguing. Here is a link to read this work for free from Chapel Library (I am intentionally picking books from their site so that we can read for free): https://www.chapellibrary.org/book/wogm/wisdom-of-god-mystery-of-redemption-haldanejamesa
"God has demonstrated His great wisdom in His redemption of men. In this booklet, the history of God's plan of redemption is reviewed with clarity as James Haldane considers God's glory demonstrated by the gospel of Christ. Though man's condition after he fell appeared absolutely hopeless, God in His all-knowing power provided the way for the salvation of men. Neither contradicting His own just attributes nor faltering in His redemptive purposes, 'from the foundation of the world; from the beginning He has acted on a plan, originating in infinite wisdom and perfect goodness.'"