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Foolish Talking and Jesting Described and Condemned By Daniel Burgess
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Daniel Burgess (1645-1713) was a popular Reformed, Presbyterian minister, and fiery preacher, in his day. In this very popular but needful work on foolish talking, Burgess begins with Ephesians 5:4,... More > “Neither foolish talking nor jesting, which are not convenient.” He explains what foolish talk is, and how it can be profane, hypocritical, rash, unsuitable, unseasonable, excessive and uncharitable. Then he explains that foolish jesting is profane, unclean, unnatural, immoral, and immoderate. Finally he ends his treatise with sixteen truths to draw out of the text, and sixteen duties that God presses believers to understand from the text. His goal is that Christians may speak and converse with an end to glorify God and the Savior Jesus Christ, and not follow the way of the foolish jester who is a beast in the eyes of a holy God. This work is not a scan or facsimile and has been made easy to read with an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
Foolish Talking and Jesting Described and Condemned By Daniel Burgess
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Daniel Burgess (1645-1713) was a popular Reformed, Presbyterian minister, and fiery preacher, in his day. In this very popular but needful work on foolish talking, Burgess begins with Ephesians 5:4,... More > “Neither foolish talking nor jesting, which are not convenient.” He explains what foolish talk is, and how it can be profane, hypocritical, rash, unsuitable, unseasonable, excessive and uncharitable. Then he explains that foolish jesting is profane, unclean, unnatural, immoral, and immoderate. Finally he ends his treatise with sixteen truths to draw out of the text, and sixteen duties that God presses believers to understand from the text. His goal is that Christians may speak and converse with an end to glorify God and the Savior Jesus Christ, and not follow the way of the foolish jester who is a beast in the eyes of a holy God. This work is not a scan or facsimile and has been made easy to read with an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
The Marks of a Godly Man By Daniel Burgess
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Daniel Burgess (1645-1713) was a popular Reformed and Presbyterian preacher. This valuable work covers the distinguishing marks of what it means to be a godly Christian. Burgess uses the term... More > "godly man" throughout his work referring to the Christian in opposition to the unconverted man. Burgess sets the stage for understanding how the godly man must think, and as a result, how he acts in the sight of men and God in the world in light of eternal truth. There are five marks of a godly man that Burgess covers. Mark 1-The indwelling of God in the soul. Mark 2-Christ's reign in the soul. Mark 3-The Spirit’s work in the soul. Mark 4-The godly man in the Covenant of Grace. And finally, Mark 5-The Assurance of Saving Grace. Then he completes the work with an explanation on how Christians may have full assurance, and examines the character of the godly man in 12 concluding points. This work is not a scan or facsimile and has been made easy to read with an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
The Marks of a Godly Man By Daniel Burgess
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Daniel Burgess (1645-1713) was a popular Reformed and Presbyterian preacher. This valuable work covers the distinguishing marks of what it means to be a godly Christian. Burgess uses the term... More > "godly man" throughout his work referring to the Christian in opposition to the unconverted man. Burgess sets the stage for understanding how the godly man must think, and as a result, how he acts in the sight of men and God in the world in light of eternal truth. There are five marks of a godly man that Burgess covers. Mark 1-The indwelling of God in the soul. Mark 2-Christ's reign in the soul. Mark 3-The Spirit’s work in the soul. Mark 4-The godly man in the Covenant of Grace. And finally, Mark 5-The Assurance of Saving Grace. Then he completes the work with an explanation on how Christians may have full assurance, and examines the character of the godly man in 12 concluding points. This work is not a scan or facsimile and has been made easy to read with an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less