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Repentance and Fasting By Peter Du Moulin, Henry Wilkinson
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Peter Du Moulin (1601-1684), was a Reformed French Calvinist, and Henry Wilkinson (1566-1647), was a Reformed preacher and scholar and member of the Westminster Assembly. In the first treatise Du... More > Moulin explains three important parts to prepare for true fasting taken from Gen. 18:20, “Because the cry of Sodom and Gomorrah is great, and because their sin is very grievous…" He covers how God behaves himself towards his enemies, and how gentle and mild God is towards them that fear him, caring for them. In the second treatise, Wilkinson describes the physical fast using Joel 2:12-13, “Turn you unto me… with fasting and with weeping and with mourning…” He demonstrates that fasting is a physical exercise for a holy purpose, to enact true repentance in us and spiritually elevate our heart and mind to stand in the grace of God for the glory of Christ. These works are not scans or facsimiles, have been updated in modern English for easy reading and have an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
Repentance and Fasting By Peter Du Moulin, Henry Wilkinson
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Peter Du Moulin (1601-1684), was a Reformed French Calvinist, and Henry Wilkinson (1566-1647), was a Reformed preacher and scholar and member of the Westminster Assembly. In the first treatise Du... More > Moulin explains three important parts to prepare for true fasting taken from Gen. 18:20, “Because the cry of Sodom and Gomorrah is great, and because their sin is very grievous…" He covers how God behaves himself towards his enemies, and how gentle and mild God is towards them that fear him, caring for them. In the second treatise, Wilkinson describes the physical fast using Joel 2:12-13, “Turn you unto me… with fasting and with weeping and with mourning…” He demonstrates that fasting is a physical exercise for a holy purpose, to enact true repentance in us and spiritually elevate our heart and mind to stand in the grace of God for the glory of Christ. These works are not scans or facsimiles, have been updated in modern English for easy reading and have an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
The Love of God By C. Matthew McMahon, Peter Du Moulin
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Peter Du Moulin (or Pierre) (1601-1684), was a Pastor in the French Reformed Church, a studied divine, scholar and a zealous Minister of the Gospel. In this exceptionally powerful work, Du Moulin... More > covers the immense topic of the love of God. This is not an easy task. Because of the natural man's depravity, it is very easy to biblically understand why, "Esau I hateth," but very difficult for the thoughtful Christian to understand, "Jacob I have loved." Du Moulin covers what true love to God is, what hypocritical or false love to God is, five degrees of love to God, the marks and effects of the love of God, and five special means by which the Spirit of God will enflame us to love God more: such as the choice of our friends, the hatred of the world, our fervent prayer life, and the hearing and reading of the word of God. 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 Love of God By C. Matthew McMahon, Peter Du Moulin
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Peter Du Moulin (or Pierre) (1601-1684), was a Pastor in the French Reformed Church, a studied divine, scholar and a zealous Minister of the Gospel. In this exceptionally powerful work, Du Moulin... More > covers the immense topic of the love of God. This is not an easy task. Because of the natural man's depravity, it is very easy to biblically understand why, "Esau I hateth," but very difficult for the thoughtful Christian to understand, "Jacob I have loved." Du Moulin covers what true love to God is, what hypocritical or false love to God is, five degrees of love to God, the marks and effects of the love of God, and five special means by which the Spirit of God will enflame us to love God more: such as the choice of our friends, the hatred of the world, our fervent prayer life, and the hearing and reading of the word of God. 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