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Walking Worthy of the Gospel By Nathaniel Vincent
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Nathaniel Vincent (1639-1697) was a nonconformist puritan divine. He was “a well-rounded minister of the Gospel, and a considerable scholar.” This work by Vincent concerns the manner in... More > which Christians walk according to the profession they make. Walk the talk, as we would say today. He expounds Ephesians 4:1, “I therefore the prisoner of the Lord beseech you, that ye walk worthy of the vocation wherewith ye are called.” This calling is a duty, and Vincent explains how Christians are to be entreated to walk in holiness as God has called them. This calling is both inward and outward, and only the effectually called people of God can walk in a worthy manner to glorify Jesus Christ through the power of his Spirit. This is an exciting treatise that includes the "ordo salutis," or order of salvation, as well as practical solutions for the Christian in doing more than merely talking about being a Christian. This is not a scan or facsimile, and has an active table of contents of electronic versions.< Less
The Love of the World Cured By Nathaniel Vincent
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Nathaniel Vincent (1639-1697) was a Reformed, nonconformist, puritan divine and one of the most popular preachers of his time. This treatise by Vincent was originally a series of sermons that... More > covered 1 John 2:15, “Love not the world.” Vincent then updated these sermons and turned them into tract form in order to publish this work at the request of the hearers who needed to be reminded to study this vital doctrine. Vincent covers 1) defining "the world," 2) "what the love of the world" is, 3) how Christians may love the world and how they ought not, 4) various words of caution and application, as well as exhorting those who do love the world to see their sin, and 5) various remedies against such sin. He also encourages believers to be steadfast in loving God more than they would or could love the world. This is not a scan or facsimile, has been updated in modern English for easy reading and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
A Warning to Sinners to Flee from the Wrath to Come By Nathaniel Vincent
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Nathaniel Vincent (1639-1697) was a nonconformist puritan divine. His colleagues called him “smart…brisk and well-rounded as a minister of the Gospel, holding a facetious and jolly... More > humor, as well as being a considerable scholar.” In this timely evangelical work that should be shared with everyone, Vincent states that "sin will have a very bad end." Original and actual sin will send a man, woman, or child to hell unless they are converted by Jesus Christ. Vincent explains Romans 14:10, "We shall stand before the judgment seat of Christ." He covers the Judge (God), those who will be judged (all men), things which are to be judged (all thoughts, actions and deeds) and the certainty of judgment. Here he gives application and a warning: turn to God, or be turned into hell. This is not a scan or facsimile, and has been updated in modern English for easy reading. It also has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
A Discourse on Self-Examination By Nathaniel Vincent
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Nathaniel Vincent (1639-1697) was a nonconformist puritan divine. His colleagues called him “smart…brisk and well-rounded as a minister of the Gospel, holding a facetious and jolly... More > humor, as well as being a considerable scholar.” In one of the best treatments on self-examination ever written, Vincent takes great care teaching, “Prove your own selves,” from 2 Corinthians 13:5. Christians often do not take the necessary time to examine themselves in light of true Christian conversion and practice. The Apostle Paul even says that Christians must examine themselves before coming to the Lord's Supper. It is a requirement and commandment of utmost importance. Vincent explains what it means to prove ourselves, what it is to be proved, what we are to prove, the manner of proving, special seasons of proving, and arguments for self-examination. This is not a scan or facsimile, and has been updated in modern English for easy reading. It also has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
A Discourse on Self-Examination By Nathaniel Vincent
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Nathaniel Vincent (1639-1697) was a nonconformist puritan divine. His colleagues called him “smart…brisk and well-rounded as a minister of the Gospel, holding a facetious and jolly... More > humor, as well as being a considerable scholar.” In one of the best treatments on self-examination ever written, Vincent takes great care teaching, “Prove your own selves,” from 2 Corinthians 13:5. Christians often do not take the necessary time to examine themselves in light of true Christian conversion and practice. The Apostle Paul even says that Christians must examine themselves before coming to the Lord's Supper. It is a requirement and commandment of utmost importance. Vincent explains what it means to prove ourselves, what it is to be proved, what we are to prove, the manner of proving, special seasons of proving, and arguments for self-examination. This is not a scan or facsimile, and has been updated in modern English for easy reading. It also has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
The Doctrine of Conversion By Nathaniel Vincent
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Nathaniel Vincent (1639-1697) was a nonconformist puritan divine. His colleagues called him “smart…brisk and well-rounded as a minister of the Gospel, holding a facetious and jolly... More > humor, as well as being a considerable scholar.” In this penetrating treatise, Vincent teaches how conversion takes place as it is applied from Ezekiel 33:11, “Turn ye, turn ye, from your evil ways...” Vincent says, “As soon as you have looked on to this book, immediately look off again and look up to heaven! How can you see to read without any profit, unless the Father of lights opens your eyes and gives you an understanding heart?” He divides this treatise into three doctrines about conversion, applies uses of the doctrine, and demonstrates the differences between true and false conversion. This is a simple but piercing discourse on the conversion of a sinner and shows God’s work of regeneration on his chosen people. This is not a scan or facsimile, and contains an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
A Warning to Sinners to Flee from the Wrath to Come By Nathaniel Vincent
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Nathaniel Vincent (1639-1697) was a nonconformist puritan divine. His colleagues called him “smart…brisk and well-rounded as a minister of the Gospel, holding a facetious and jolly... More > humor, as well as being a considerable scholar.” In this timely evangelical work that should be shared with everyone, Vincent states that "sin will have a very bad end." Original and actual sin will send a man, woman, or child to hell unless they are converted by Jesus Christ. Vincent explains Romans 14:10, "We shall stand before the judgment seat of Christ." He covers the Judge (God), those who will be judged (all men), things which are to be judged (all thoughts, actions and deeds) and the certainty of judgment. Here he gives application and a warning: turn to God, or be turned into hell. This is not a scan or facsimile, and has been updated in modern English for easy reading. It also has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
The Love of the World Cured By Nathaniel Vincent
eBook (ePub): $7.99
Nathaniel Vincent (1639-1697) was a Reformed, nonconformist, puritan divine and one of the most popular preachers of his time. This treatise by Vincent was originally a series of sermons that... More > covered 1 John 2:15, “Love not the world.” Vincent then updated these sermons and turned them into tract form in order to publish this work at the request of the hearers who needed to be reminded to study this vital doctrine. Vincent covers 1) defining "the world," 2) "what the love of the world" is, 3) how Christians may love the world and how they ought not, 4) various words of caution and application, as well as exhorting those who do love the world to see their sin, and 5) various remedies against such sin. He also encourages believers to be steadfast in loving God more than they would or could love the world. This is not a scan or facsimile, has been updated in modern English for easy reading and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
Walking Worthy of the Gospel By Nathaniel Vincent
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Nathaniel Vincent (1639-1697) was a nonconformist puritan divine. He was “a well-rounded minister of the Gospel, and a considerable scholar.” This work by Vincent concerns the manner in... More > which Christians should walk according to the profession they make. Walk the talk, as we would say today. He expounds Ephesians 4:1, “I therefore the prisoner of the Lord beseech you, that ye walk worthy of the vocation wherewith ye are called.” This calling is a duty, and Vincent explains how Christians are to be entreated to walk in holiness as God has called them. This calling is both inward and outward, and only the effectually called people of God can walk in a worthy manner to glorify Jesus Christ through the power of his Spirit. This is an exciting treatise that includes the "ordo salutis," or order of salvation, as well as practical solutions for the Christian in doing more than merely talking about being a Christian. This is not a scan or facsimile, and has an active table of contents of electronic versions.< Less
The Good Which Comes Out of the Evil of Affliction By Nathaniel Vincent
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Nathaniel Vincent (1639-1697) was a nonconformist puritan divine. His colleagues called him “smart…brisk and well-rounded as a minister of the Gospel, holding a facetious and jolly... More > humor, as well as being a considerable scholar.” In this work Vincent treats affliction as a present sent from God to his people. Most Christians struggle with being chastised by God, or afflicted in a frowning providence. But the Bible teaches that God does this to cause his people to shine forth his glory. The Scriptures are filled with directives of how to suffer for the sake of god’s name and glory. Vincent teaches from Psalm 110:71, “It is good for me that I have been afflicted, that I might learn thy statutes.” He shows that the saints are afflicted for their good, and that the rod of God is a means to make his Word to be better learned. He clearly demonstrates that afflictions are of God’s own sending and will. This is not a scan or a facsimile, but a newly typeset work updated and made easily readable.< Less