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Tears for Jerusalem By John Brinsley
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John Brinsley (1600-1665), the younger, was a Presbyterian puritan divine who was a powerful Reformed Gospel preacher and writer. This wonderful work, “Tears for Jerusalem,” is a... More > pastoral and compassionate demonstration of the lamentation of a tender-hearted Savior over a rebellious people rejecting the Gospel. Brinsley taught this subject during a national time of solemn humiliation in 1655. His principle text is Luke 19:41-42, “...he beheld the City and wept over it.” His primary point of the treatise was to teach his nation, and the people of the church, to fear the coming judgment of God on the nation for rejecting and despising the Gospel. This practical work highlights the preached word, or the publication of the Gospel, and how the regenerate respond to it; as well as how the unregenerate despise it, but should not, and are required to believe it. 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
Tears for Jerusalem By John Brinsley
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John Brinsley (1600-1665), the younger, was a Presbyterian puritan divine who was a powerful Reformed Gospel preacher and writer. This wonderful work, “Tears for Jerusalem,” is a... More > pastoral and compassionate demonstration of the lamentation of a tender-hearted Savior over a rebellious people rejecting the Gospel. Brinsley taught this subject during a national time of solemn humiliation in 1655. His principle text is Luke 19:41-42, “...he beheld the City and wept over it.” His primary point of the treatise was to teach his nation, and the people of the church, to fear the coming judgment of God on the nation for rejecting and despising the Gospel. This practical work highlights the preached word, or the publication of the Gospel, and how the regenerate respond to it; as well as how the unregenerate despise it, but should not, and are required to believe it. 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
Acquainted With God By James Janeway
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This book by James Janeway (1636–1674) was published in 1670. Janeway is best-known for his two most popular works, “A Token for Children” and also this present work originally... More > published as, “Heaven Upon Earth: Jesus, The Best Friend in the Worst Times.” He was among the signers of the 1673 Puritan Preface to the Scottish Metrical Psalter. He suffered melancholy, but walked by faith and not by sight, and died at the age of thirty-eight of tuberculosis. The work has been modernized and published here as “Acquainted with God,” being the chief doctrine and text of the work itself which Janeway teaches his readers. He presses his readers to be “Acquainted with God” through His Son Jesus Christ. This “acquaintance” is not a mere speculative knowledge of God, but an experimental knowledge which gives God’s people unspeakable happiness throughout eternity, and a life that’s filled with the holy love of God. Being acquainted with God means that people may have, as their friend, the Savior Jesus Christ.< Less
The Affects of Sin on the Soul By C. Matthew McMahon et al.
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John Dod (1549-1645) was a learned Reformed Puritan minister and Hebrew scholar. In a treatise on 2 Samuel 24, Dod explains David’s grievous sin of numbering the people. He shows that in... More > actions of good intent, there can still be great sin, and causes God to act in judgment. Christians often perform activities that seem to glorify God, but are in fact a course of sin, especially when they are not recognized as sin. In diagnosing any sin, the first step to true repentance is to be wounded in our hearts for it against the holiness of God. Annexed to Dod’s work is Robert Cleaver’s (d. 1613) brief tract on godly zeal. Cleaver shows that whatever Christians are zealous for must in fact be lawfully good and for God’s glory. In being zealous, Christians must make the greatest account of the weightiest matters in religion. 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 Affects of Sin On the Soul By C. Matthew McMahon et al.
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John Dod (1549-1645) was a learned Reformed Puritan minister and Hebrew scholar. In a treatise on 2 Samuel 24, Dod explains David’s grievous sin of numbering the people. He shows that in... More > actions of good intent, there can still be great sin, and causes God to act in judgment. Christians often perform activities that seem to glorify God, but are in fact a course of sin, especially when they are not recognized as sin. In diagnosing any sin, the first step to true repentance is to be wounded in our hearts for it against the holiness of God. Annexed to Dod’s work is Robert Cleaver’s (d. 1613) brief tract on godly zeal. Cleaver shows that whatever Christians are zealous for must in fact be lawfully good and for God’s glory. In being zealous, Christians must make the greatest account of the weightiest matters in religion. 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
Seeing Christ Clearly By C. Matthew McMahon
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Christ is clearly portrayed in Scripture as the incarnate God-man who came down from heaven to save his people from the apostasy of Adam in the garden. He is the second Adam, the Branch and High... More > Priest of the everlasting covenant (planned before time began), who came to redeem and save wicked sinners through his merit of living a perfect life to uphold God’s Law, and willingly died on a cross to became a curse through death in order to appease God’s wrath for his one and only bride. It is one thing to understand the various historical narratives concerning these truths in the Gospels, but it is another thing altogether to consider how Jesus saw himself in the Gospels. This work investigates Christ’s interpretation of the phrase “Son of Man” as found in the book of Daniel, (7:13) and applied to himself throughout the Gospels. In this way a question becomes important as it relates to Christ’s self-disclosure, “Do you see Christ as Christ saw himself? Do you see Christ clearly?”< Less
5 Marks of a Biblical Church By C. Matthew McMahon
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Scripture furnishes Christ’s blood-bought church with everything it needs to worship God effectively with the greatest degree of honor (John 4:24). Such a congregation of holy worshippers have... More > certain qualities that distinguish them from the world. In such a distinction, there are five non-negotiable marks of a biblical church without which, a church unchurches itself. These marks not only aid Christians to discern the nature of a healthy church, but differentiate the Spirit empowered qualities of a biblical church from that which is false. From 1 Tim. 3:14-15, McMahon explains what it means for the church to conduct itself in God’s house, “which is the church of the living God, the pillar and ground of the truth.” He biblically and historically sets down the five invariable marks of the church: Mark 1: Biblical Preaching Through Sound Doctrine Mark 2: Biblical Administration of the Sacraments Mark 3: Biblical Administration of Church Discipline Mark 4: Biblical Leadership Mark 5: Biblical Worship< Less
5 Marks of a Biblical Disciple By C. Matthew McMahon
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A biblical disciple is one who holds certain distinguishable marks. A disciple has 5 non-negotiable qualities as outlined in the word of God. Gospel Love, which is the badge of the Christian. Gospel... More > Interest, which glorifies God through Christ in truth and the power of the Spirit to be used to expand the kingdom of God. Gospel Consolation, which exercises a consoling spirit between believers. Gospel Encouragement, which is to encourage one another in the faith while it is still called today. And Gospel Fellowship, which brings together disciples under the commonness of covenanted blessings both with God, and with other believers in a local church. People devoid of these biblical disciplines, who do not hold and exemplify these five marks as Scripture outlines them, are spiritually destitute of supernatural grace, and the basic Spirit-filled function of walking with Jesus Christ in newness of life.< Less
5 Marks of a Biblical Disciple By C. Matthew McMahon
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A biblical disciple is one who holds certain distinguishable marks. A disciple has 5 non-negotiable qualities as outlined in the word of God. Gospel Love, which is the badge of the Christian. Gospel... More > Interest, which glorifies God through Christ in truth and the power of the Spirit to be used to expand the kingdom of God. Gospel Consolation, which exercises a consoling spirit between believers. Gospel Encouragement, which is to encourage one another in the faith while it is still called today. And Gospel Fellowship, which brings together disciples under the commonness of covenanted blessings both with God, and with other believers in a local church. People devoid of these biblical disciplines, who do not hold and exemplify these five marks as Scripture outlines them, are spiritually destitute of supernatural grace, and the basic Spirit-filled function of walking with Jesus Christ in newness of life.< Less
5 Marks of Biblical Commitment to the Visible Body of Christ By C. Matthew McMahon
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In contrast to the sin of individualism, Christians are to be biblically committed to Christ’s divine oversight which includes the directives and regulations he has laid down concerning his... More > visible body in the world. Under this theological doctrine of covenanting, we find the need for understanding what the visible body of Christ actually is, how Gospel unity contributes to its health, what need there is for unified public prayer, how one is to support the church financially, what worship in the church contributes to the health of the church, and how membership to a local body is an important element to the overall well-being of church polity and governance. C. Matthew McMahon, Ph.D., Th.D., is a Reformed theologian, and pastor of Grace Chapel in Crossville, TN. He is the founder and chairman of A Puritan's Mind, Puritan Publications, and a managing partner at Reformed.org and the Center for Reformed Theology and Apologetics.< Less

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