Search Results: 'Joseph Alleine'
The Saint's Pocket Book
eBook (ePub): $8.99
THIS excellent Manual, which contains several of Mr. Alleine’s Remains, enumerated by Wood, has been published several times, under the titles of “The Saint’s Pocket Book” and... More > “God speaking from Mount Gerizim, or the Gospel in a Map.” But the first publication of it in a separate form was undertaken in the year 1766 by the Rev. John Ryland, of Northampton, when it was entitled, “The Voice of God in his Promises, or strong Consolations for true Christians, etc.,” and comprised but the first three chapters of this work. He gives the following account of it: “But, above all, in that gaol he (Mr. Alleine) wrote this glorious ‘Synopsis of the Covenant of Grace,’ or ‘The Voice of the Lord in his Promises,’ to which he prefixed the ‘Voice of the Herald,’ and to which he subjoined the ‘Voice of the Redeemed;’ all which you have now in your hands< Less
A Sure Guide to Heaven
eBook (ePub): $2.99
"A Sure Guide to Heaven" is a thorough and compelling argument for the necessity of conversion. In it the author presents the nature of true conversion and common mistakes about conversion,... More > so the reader can be assured he is not deceived into believing he is converted when in reality he is not. Alleine outlines the marks of an unconverted soul, so the reader may make an accurate self-inventory. He forewarns the fence-sitter of the miseries of the unconverted state, both in this life and hereafter, and gives motives for conversion. The book concludes with "directions to the unconverted" so that the reader may take hold of the saving faith Christ offers. This Digital Puritan reprint, based on the Banner of Truth edition, includes the biographical preface of Iain Murray. Over four hundred Scripture references (in the English Standard Version) are hyperlinked and embedded into the book. No internet connection is required.< Less
Alarm to the Unconverted
Prints in 3-5 business days
Alleine was imprisoned several times in the short time that followed. “His wife tells us how, with true Puritan spirit, his thought turned to the possibility of missionary work in Wales, or... More > even China.” “Never, Murray goes on, “did the evangel of Jesus Christ burn more fervently in any English heart!” Due to his sufferings for the gospel, and incessant labours he died on the 17th of November 1668 aged thirty-four. This book has been through many editions up to the present day, and was instrumental in the conversion of multitudes, including George Whitefield and Charles Haddon Spurgeon. Indeed Whitefield carried copies of it constantly with him in order to give to awakened sinners who sought his help< Less
The Digital Puritan - Vol.I, No.4
eBook (ePub): $2.99
The Digital Puritan is a quarterly digest of carefully selected Puritan writings, suitable for personal devotional use. The focus of each article is typically more practical than theological.... More > Contents: 1. The Means and Method of Healing in the Church - Edward Reynolds. A discourse on corporate guilt, and the importance of unity among all believers. 2. A Discourse of Self-Examination - Stephen Charnock. The Christian's great and continual duty is both to reflect on our ways, and to examine ourselves to be sure we are not self-deceived "almost Christians." 3. The Proclamation - Joseph Alleine. Also known as "The Gospel in a Map," this powerful and moving work collects and condenses all the Scriptural promises of God to his people into a single, tender letter from God. 4. Confession of Sin - Joseph Caryl. A short meditation on the necessity of, and marks of authenticity in, confession of our sins to God. 5. Resolutions - Jonathan Edwards.< Less
The Digital Puritan - Vol.III, No.4
eBook (ePub): $3.99
"The Digital Puritan" is a quarterly digest of carefully selected Puritan works which have been gently modernised to render the text more readable. Helpful notes and Scripture references... More > are included. Sit down by the fire to enjoy the following articles: 1. The Saint’s Hiding Place in the Evil Day - Richard Sibbes. Though trouble may come into the believer's life, yet he has a quiet hiding place as a retreat. 2. On Christian Cheerfulness and Society - Thomas Watson. Christians have no reason to be of a bitter or dour disposition. 3. Look Out of Your Graves Upon the World - Joseph Alleine. A letter written from prison to his friends. 4. The Glorious Enjoyment of Heavenly Things by Faith - Jeremiah Burroughs. An exposition on Heb. 11:1, "Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen." 5. Chastisements For Sin - Samuel Bolton. Are Christians still punished for their sins, or does the grace of Christ obviate this? Christ’s Sermon on the Mount in Verse by John Bunyan.< Less
Top 10see more >
Breaking Out of Broke
The Jesus Tree According...
St. Paul's School of the...
Lilla Rose Stylist...
The Spirit of Expectancy
A Tale of Two Sides: A...
Love's Eternal Call
Much Madness: A...
Christmas by Jenny
The page you are attempting to access contains content that is not intended for underage readers.
Please verify your birth date to continue.