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Stand Still 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. In this treatment on Exodus 14:13, “…stand... More > still…,” Brinsley teaches us to “stand.” This word is a word of command. First, he shows that Christians are to hold their tongues still, not murmuring. Secondly, keep their hearts still. Thirdly, God would have Christians to hold their feet still as well. In the fear of God, Christians are to learn what it means to stand still in the sight of God. Then, once they learn what it means to stand still, they should be, “up and doing” for Christ. Doing what they can for the furtherance of the great work of reformation. Every Christian is a reforming Christian beginning at home; they are reforming their own hearts, lives, and families. Then they ought to do what they can for the reforming of others. 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
Covenant Holiness and Infant Baptism By Thomas Blake
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Thomas Blake (1597-1657), was a Reformed, Presbyterian puritan, who published a large number of books on puritan and covenant theology. This work by Blake is a second treatment on covenant theology... More > that was widely circulated during his time outside of his magnum opus work “The Covenant of God.” This book is a combination of two treatises he wrote, one concerning the covenant holiness of infants under the ordinance of baptism, and a second treatise covering answers to questions surrounding whether there is sufficient ground in scripture to warrant the conscience of a Christian to present his infants to the sacrament of baptism. Both are excellent Scriptural treatments of the subject, with exegesis surrounding passages such as Galatians 2:15, Genesis 17, 1 Corinthians 7, and Ephesians 4:1-3. 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 Christian's Troubles and Deliverance By God By C. Matthew McMahon & Thomas Mockett
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Thomas Mockett (or Mocket) (1602-1670), was a Reformed preacher of the Gospel, and scholarly puritan divine during the era of Westminster. Mockett explains the twofold instance of Abraham’s... More > trouble and deliverance by God. He shows through the historical narrative of Abraham’s testing, that God does bring his people into trouble, and will deliver them. He shows that such afflictions and trials are light and short, momentary in the great scheme of redemption and our salvation; and that they are a means by which Christians are made fit for mercy. Mockett demonstrates the true reality that God will rescue his people from such troubles, in his time and providence, and shows why he rescues them: to vindicate his people from their enemies, and to manifest his glorious attributes of knowledge, power, truth, faithfulness, and goodness. 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
The Christian's Troubles and Deliverance by God By C. Matthew McMahon & Thomas Mockett
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Thomas Mockett (or Mocket) (1602-1670), was a Reformed preacher of the Gospel, and scholarly puritan divine during the era of Westminster. Mockett explains the twofold instance of Abraham’s... More > trouble and deliverance by God. He shows through the historical narrative of Abraham’s testing, that God does bring his people into trouble, and will deliver them. He shows that such afflictions and trials are light and short, momentary in the great scheme of redemption and our salvation; and that they are a means by which Christians are made fit for mercy. Mockett demonstrates the true reality that God will rescue his people from such troubles, in his time and providence, and shows why he rescues them: to vindicate his people from their enemies, and to manifest his glorious attributes of knowledge, power, truth, faithfulness, and goodness. 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
Covenant Holiness and Infant Baptism By Thomas Blake
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Thomas Blake (1597-1657), was a Reformed, Presbyterian puritan, who published a large number of books on puritan and covenant theology. This work by Blake is a second treatment on covenant theology... More > that was widely circulated during his time outside of his magnum opus work “The Covenant of God.” This book is a combination of two treatises he wrote, one concerning the covenant holiness of infants under the ordinance of baptism, and a second covering answers to questions surrounding whether there is sufficient ground in scripture to warrant the conscience of a Christian to present his infants to the sacrament of baptism. Both are excellent Scriptural treatments of the subject, with exegesis surrounding passages such as Galatians 2:15, Genesis 17, 1 Corinthians 7, and Ephesians 4:1-3. 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
A Treatise of Divine Meditation By C. Matthew McMahon & John Ball
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John Ball (1585-1640) was a godly puritan preacher and scholar who was well known for this work on godly meditation. Ball divides this work into three areas: 1) what meditation is and its... More > importance, 2) what occasional meditation is, and 3) what solemn meditation is. Serious theological thinking is fundamental to all right Christian doing. Ball will show that godly meditation is a commanded, necessary and a spiritual help to the Christian being a vital component of a Christian living to God. If you would be blessed in all your enterprises or concernments with the blessings of God, (Joshua 1:8), if you would have your understanding enlightened with the knowledge of God, your affections inflamed with the love of God, your heart established with the promises of God, and works regulated by the command of God, pray and consider, pray and meditate. 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
A Treatise of Divine Meditation By C. Matthew McMahon & John Ball
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John Ball (1585-1640) was a godly puritan preacher and scholar who was well known for this work on godly meditation. Ball divides this work into three areas: 1) what meditation is and its... More > importance, 2) what occasional meditation is, and 3) what solemn meditation is. Serious theological thinking is fundamental to all right Christian doing. Ball will show that godly meditation is a commanded, necessary and a spiritual help to the Christian being a vital component of a Christian living to God. If you would be blessed in all your enterprises or concernments with the blessings of God, (Joshua 1:8), if you would have your understanding enlightened with the knowledge of God, your affections inflamed with the love of God, your heart established with the promises of God, and works regulated by the command of God, pray and consider, pray and meditate. 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
The Calling, Rebellion and Punishment of Jonah, and Other Sermons By Henry Smith
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Henry Smith (1550-1600) was a zealous and eloquent Puritan divine educated in Lincoln College, Oxford. He was generally esteemed as the first great preacher in the nation, and was looked upon as the... More > “silver-tongued preacher” due to his lucid memory and practical preaching. This volume entitled, “The Calling, Rebellion and Punishment of Jonah, and Other Sermons,” demonstrates Smith’s keen intellect and practical observations in four sermons on the Prophet Jonah, as well as twenty-six other sermons on various subjects such as contentment, temptation, pride, righteousness and the way to heaven. Also is included a number of morning and evening prayers, and other short works that demonstrate the truths of Jesus Christ contained in the Holy Scriptures. All of these works have been updated to reflect modern language without losing Smith’s eloquence or power in preaching. This work is a must read for lovers of Puritanism, practical preaching and biblical doctrine. This is not a scan or facsimile.< 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

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