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The Last Words and Letters of Christopher Love: With A Clear Vindication of His Principles and Practices By Christopher Love
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Christopher Love was born in Cardiff, Wales in 1618. He was converted at the age of 15, attended New Inn Hall, Oxford, and later assumed the pastorate of St. Lawrence Jewry in London, later becoming... More > a Presbyterian. Because of Love’s political leanings and involvements he was arrested by Oliver Cromwell’s forces for his “alleged” plan to raise money for the restoration of the monarchy, a charge Love denied. He was arrested for treason. Love was beheaded on Tower Hill, London on August 22, 1651. This work is a “vindication” of his position, while also housing a number of documents that have not been previously published, including the last sermon he ever preached on Job 30:23, and his final words immediately before being executed. The letters contained in this volume are eminently spiritual and practical. Throughout this work Love’s last words are a testimony to God’s grace and his convictions of standing before God and men without guile. This is not a scan or facsimile.< Less
A Treatise of Delighting in God By John Howe
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John Howe (1630–1706) was an English Puritan theologian who studied at Christ’s College, Cambridge, and at Magdalen College, Oxford receiving a B.A. in 1650 and M.A. in 1652. For a time,... More > Howe was a fellow and college chaplain at Oxford. This newly typeset and modernized work, one of Howe’s most popular which was originally published in 1674, is taken from Psalm 37:4 “Delight thyself in the Lord, and He shall give thee the desires of thine Heart.” Howe demonstrates the object to be delighted in (God), the access sinful men have to God (through Christ), and how God is to be considered man’s delight. He shows that the soul must delight in God, and that proper instrument of conformity arises from the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Then, he gives a number of directions for improving in religion, of motives and principles of a religious life, and directions on having a sole dependence on God. This points the sinner to a holy, consistent practice of delighting in God. This is not a scan or facsimile.< Less
The Holy Fire of Zeal and Other Works By Samuel Ward
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Samuel Ward is a Puritan unknown to most readers of English theology today. Most of his writings are not available; the ones which have been collected in this volume have not been reprinted for... More > almost two hundred years. Samuel Ward’s works contained in this volume are his most valuable, such as “A Coal from the Altar: the Holy fire of Zeal,” “Balm from Gilead to Recover Conscience,” and “Jethro’s Justice of the Peace,” as well as his treatises on the “Life of Faith,” and the “Life of Faith in Death,” among others. Ward’s regular purpose in preaching was to exalt the Lord Jesus Christ as high as possible, to cast down man’s pride, to expose the sinfulness of sin, to spread out broadly and fully the remedy of the gospel, to awaken the unconverted sinner and alarm him, to build up the true Christian and comfort him in Christ.< Less
Sermons from the Halls of Church History: The Writings of APM Volume 2 By C. Matthew McMahon & Therese B. McMahon
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The aim in preparing this work of sermons has been to publish some of the best sermons of the reformed pulpit (or reformed teaching) from the halls of church history - sermons that line up with... More > biblical exegesis and reformation teaching. It is believed that these sermons will be found valuable as examples of great preaching. They will be without a doubt helpful to those who seek reading expositions of the Word of God for the upbuilding of personal character and for strengthening their Christian faith to walk more closely with Jesus Christ. The sermons have been chosen in some cases for their literary and rhetorical excellences, but in every case for their helpfulness in solving some of the problems of Christian living and reformation to glorify God. This volume contains some never before published sermons such as those by Simeon Ashe, Lazarus Seamen, Alexander Henderson and John Hooper, and some important sermons such as the ones by John Calvin and Savanarola. This is not a scan or facsimile.< Less
The Last Words and Letters of Christopher Love: With a Clear Vindication of His Principles and Practices By Christopher Love
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Christopher Love was born in Cardiff, Wales in 1618. He was converted at the age of 15, attended New Inn Hall, Oxford, and later assumed the pastorate of St. Lawrence Jewry in London, later becoming... More > a Presbyterian. Because of Love’s political leanings and involvements he was arrested by Oliver Cromwell’s forces for his “alleged” plan to raise money for the restoration of the monarchy, a charge Love denied. He was arrested for treason. Love was beheaded on Tower Hill, London on August 22, 1651. This work is a “vindication” of his position, while also housing a number of documents that have not been previously published, including the last sermon he ever preached on Job 30:23, and his final words immediately before being executed. The letters contained in this volume are eminently spiritual and practical. Throughout this work Love’s last words are a testimony to God’s grace and his convictions of standing before God and men without guile. This is not a scan or facsimile.< Less
The Godly Man's Ark By Edmund Calamy
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Edmund Calamy (1600–1666) was an English Presbyterian church leader and divine. He was an active member of the Westminster Assembly, and distinguished himself in defense of Presbyterian polity,... More > in contributing to the joint conciliatory work known as Smectymnuus. During this time, Calamy was an influential evangelical preacher, with a ministry throughout England, including be present during the dreadful fire of London in 1666. This newly typeset work is based on Psalm 119:92, “Unless thy law had been my delights, I should then have perished in mine affliction.” Calamy covers three important areas in five biblically rich sermons, 1. That the dearest of God’s saints are subject to many great and tedious afflictions. 2. That the Word of God is the saints’ darling and delight. And, 3. That the law of God delighted in, is the afflicted saint’s antidote against ruin and destruction. This is not a scan or facsimile.< Less
A Treatise of Delighting in God By John Howe
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John Howe (1630–1706) was an English Puritan theologian who studied at Christ’s College, Cambridge, and at Magdalen College, Oxford receiving a B.A. in 1650 and M.A. in 1652. For a time,... More > Howe was a fellow and college chaplain at Oxford. This newly typeset and modernized work, one of Howe’s most popular which was originally published in 1674, is taken from Psalm 37:4 “Delight thyself in the Lord, and He shall give thee the desires of thine Heart.” Howe demonstrates the object to be delighted in (God), the access sinful men have to God (through Christ), and how God is to be considered man’s delight. He shows that the soul must delight in God, and that proper instrument of conformity arises from the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Then, he gives a number of directions for improving in religion, of motives and principles of a religious life, and directions on having a sole dependence on God. This points the sinner to a holy, consistent practice of delighting in God. This is not a scan or facsimile.< Less
A Treatise on Divine Contentment By Simeon Ashe
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Simeon Ashe (d. 1662) was an English nonconformist minister of the Gospel and a member of the Westminster Assembly. Ashe wrote this work, Divine Contentment, to demonstrate the Christian’s... More > duty in being submissive to God’s providences. This is every Christian’s holy and gracious duty in this life, and the manner of a Christian is found chiefly in his disposition of being in a holy frame of contentment. Ashe says in opposition to contentment, that “discontentment is to the soul, as a disease to the body. It puts it out of temper, and hinders its regular and sublime motions heaven-ward constantly.” The divines who recommend this work said that it is “one of the best works of the kind ever written.” Ashe is biblical, penetrating, practical, simple, and spreads the richness of the Gospel of Jesus Christ throughout the entire work. He expounds this treatise from the classic verse in Phil. 4:11, “I have learned, in whatsoever state I am, therewith to be content.” This is not a scan or facsimile.< Less
The Covenant-Avenging Sword Brandished By John Arrowsmith
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John Arrowsmith (1602-1659) was a man of unexceptionable character, and of great learning and piety; an acute disputant, a judicious divine, and an excellent author. He died in February, 1659, aged... More > fifty-seven years, and his remains were interred in Trinity college chapel. Arrowsmith preached many times before the House of Commons, but this sermon, “The Covenant-Avenging Sword Brandished,” is one of his most popular. Its text is taken from Leviticus 26:25, “I will bring a sword upon you, that shall avenge the quarrel of my Covenant.” He outlines and expounds three main points, namely, 1. War is a judgment of God’s own bringing. “I will bring a sword.” 2. The sword is an instrument of vengeance: “A sword that shall avenge.” And, 3. That which the sword comes to avenge, is some quarrel of God’s Covenant: “Avenge the quarrel of my Covenant.” This is a newly typeset publication, not a facsimile.< Less
The Holy Fire of Zeal and Other Works By Samuel Ward
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Samuel Ward is a Puritan unknown to most readers of English theology today. Most of his writings are not available; the ones which have been collected in this volume have not been reprinted for... More > almost two hundred years. Samuel Ward’s works contained in this volume are his most valuable, such as “A Coal from the Altar: the Holy fire of Zeal,” “Balm from Gilead to Recover Conscience,” and “Jethro’s Justice of the Peace,” as well as his treatises on the “Life of Faith,” and the “Life of Faith in Death,” among others. Ward’s regular purpose in preaching was to exalt the Lord Jesus Christ as high as possible, to cast down man’s pride, to expose the sinfulness of sin, to spread out broadly and fully the remedy of the gospel, to awaken the unconverted sinner and alarm him, to build up the true Christian and comfort him in Christ. This work is newly typeset for easy reading.< Less

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