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The Rules of a Holy Life By Nicholas Byfield
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Nicholas Byfield (1579–1622)was an extremely popular puritan who was widely respected as a theologian and preacher. This is one of the most biblically sound works on Christian sanctification... More > in print. If any man is going to gain profit by something, as Byfield says, then he is going to gain profit by holy living. He covers such topics as preparations to a godly life, general rules in the manner of doing all good duties, rules that concern the preservation of our love to God, and how we should carry ourselves in God’s house. He deals with rules that order us in hearing the word, of baptism, of the Lord’s Supper, of prayer, of reading the Scriptures, of singing psalms, of fasting, of keeping the Sabbath, and much more. This is an astoundingly helpful work for the Christian that desires to see his life be more like Jesus Christ through living out the Bible’s truth. 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 Life and Times of John Wycliffe By C. Matthew McMahon
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With this little volume, a succinct and helpful treatment of Wycliffe has been lost for over 100 years. Though there have been some biographical articles published about Wycliffe, there is not much... More > more given except by way of short biographies for children or small sections in larger historical works. This volume appears as a helpful biography of Wycliffe and will aid the reader in Wycliffe’s lasting influences that we, as Christians, even experience today...Significantly, Wycliffe was the first reformer to take the Bible and place it in the hands of the English laity. This is a hallmark moment in Reformation history.< Less
Glorifying God In Our Jobs By C. Matthew McMahon & William Perkins
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William Perkins (1558-1602) was an extremely popular puritan in his day, a scholar, and a faithful preacher of God’s word. Have you ever wished for something more than the current job you are... More > in? You believe that God has something more for you, but you just cannot place your finger on what that would be, or whether you even have those gifts that might suit you in some other employment. But you know that you have a longing for something better. We work most of our lives, so it is important that we have a right understanding of what it means to work before God. Perkins tackles the glorification of God in the duty of our callings, both in particular and general. He shows that God has providentially placed us in geographic areas and given us talents and skills which are for the good of the church and the good of the commonwealth in which we live. 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
Sermons from the Halls of Church History: The Writings of A Puritan's Mind 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
God’s Afflicting Providence, and Other Works By C. Matthew McMahon & Francis Roberts
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Francis Roberts (1609-1675), was a Presbyterian and Reformed Calvinistic Puritan. He was an eminent theologian in his day and widely known for his works. In these works Roberts is at his best. They... More > cover the sanctification of the Christian in the providence of God, the Christian’s contrite spirit, and the advantage of the Christian in life and death. They are some of the best works on these biblical subjects in print, and Roberts handles them with pastoral sensitivity and theological accuracy. He teaches that God’s dearest people may for a long time walk in darkness, yet at last refreshing consolation shall shine on them (Psalm 68:13). Secondly, he covers the gratefulness of true broken-heartedness for sin (Psalm 51:17). Thirdly, he shows that those who are in Christ have life and death as theirs (1 Cor. 3:21-23). 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
God’s Afflicting Providence, and Other Works By C. Matthew McMahon & Francis Roberts
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Francis Roberts (1609-1675), was a Presbyterian and Reformed Calvinistic Puritan. He was an eminent theologian in his day and widely known for his works. In these works Roberts is at his best. They... More > cover the sanctification of the Christian in the providence of God, the Christian’s contrite spirit, and the advantage of the Christian in life and death. They are some of the best works on these biblical subjects in print, and Roberts handles them with pastoral sensitivity and theological accuracy. He teaches that God’s dearest people may for a long time walk in darkness, yet at last refreshing consolation shall shine on them (Psalm 68:13). Secondly, he covers the gratefulness of true broken-heartedness for sin (Psalm 51:17). Thirdly, he shows that those who are in Christ have life and death as theirs (1 Cor. 3:21-23). It is impossible to say that this book is worth the cost of just one of these sections alone since all three are so powerful that the Christian will not walk away from them unchanged.< Less
The Covenant of Redemption By C. Matthew McMahon & Samuel Willard
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Samuel Willard (1640-1707) was a reformed preacher of the Gospel in the old South Boston Church in New England, president of Harvard University, and one of the great Calvinistic teachers of his... More > day. The unparalleled and incomprehensible love of God to sinful man, displayed in the wonderful affair of his redemption and salvation, is the great thing celebrated throughout the Scriptures. This work is found in the covenant between the Father and the Son, called in theology, “The Covenant of Redemption.” Willard clearly and biblically explains the Covenant of Redemption dividing the entire treatise into two general heads in order to explain the glorious mystery of this covenant. 1) The provision which God made for our deliverance before time in eternity, and 2) The things which are done in time for its actual accomplishment. This work is not a scan or facsimile, has been carefully transcribed by hand being made easy to read in modern English, and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
The Covenant of Redemption By Samuel Willard
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Samuel Willard (1640-1707) was a reformed preacher of the Gospel in the old South Boston Church in New England, president of Harvard University, and one of the great Calvinistic teachers of his... More > day. The unparalleled and incomprehensible love of God to sinful man, displayed in the wonderful affair of his redemption and salvation, is the great thing celebrated throughout the Scriptures. This work is found in the covenant between the Father and the Son, called in theology, “The Covenant of Redemption.” Willard clearly and biblically explains the Covenant of Redemption dividing the entire treatise into two general heads in order to explain the glorious mystery of this covenant. 1) The provision which God made for our deliverance before time in eternity, and 2) The things which are done in time for its actual accomplishment. This work is not a scan or facsimile, has been carefully transcribed by hand being made easy to read in modern English, and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
Discovering the Wickedness of Our Heart By C. Matthew McMahon & Matthew Mead
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Matthew Mead (1630-1699) was an independent puritan divine, and popular reformed preacher. Without the bad news of sin, death and hell, there can be no good news of Christ, salvation and eternal... More > life. Mead’s work is masterful building from 1 Kings 8:37-39 of the dreadful reality of God’s judgment against sin, which leads to death, which in turn leads most people to hell. Mead was present in the great plague of London in 1665 which killed 100,000 people. Mead saw the plague as a direct example of God’s wrath against the city for its sin and wickedness. Mead’s work is not simply a discovery of sin, but a remedy for it. He demonstrates twelve sins that London was continually committing, many of which are the same sins we commit today. Mead shows what those sins are, and how to remedy them through the power of Christ’s converting Spirit of repentance. 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
Discovering the Wickedness of Our Heart By C. Matthew McMahon & Matthew Mead
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Matthew Mead (1630-1699) was an independent puritan divine, and popular reformed preacher. Without the bad news of sin, death and hell, there can be no good news of Christ, salvation and eternal... More > life. Mead’s work is masterful building from 1 Kings 8:37-39 of the dreadful reality of God’s judgment against sin, which leads to death, which in turn leads most people to hell. Mead was present in the great plague of London in 1665 which killed 100,000 people. Mead saw the plague as a direct example of God’s wrath against the city for its sin and wickedness. Mead’s work is not simply a discovery of sin, but a remedy for it. He demonstrates twelve sins that London was continually committing, many of which are the same sins we commit today. Mead shows what those sins are, and how to remedy them through the power of Christ’s converting Spirit of repentance. 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

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