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The Spirit of Prayer By C. Matthew McMahon, Nathaniel Vincent
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Nathaniel Vincent (1639-1697) was a nonconformist puritan divine. His colleagues called him “smart…brisk and well-rounded as a minister of the Gospel, holding a facetious and jolly... More > humor, as well as being a considerable scholar.” In this powerful work, Nathaniel Vincent explains the Christian duty of prayer and its security for the believer. Seeing prayer as a duty is somewhat simple. Seeing it as a security takes more study. Prayer is the Christian's security about which he should be "always praying." Vincent also explains the various parts of prayer, and gives insight into the importance of prayer through 6 doctrines he exegetes from Scripture. He concludes the book with a number of examples of how the Christian should pray for various aspects of the Christian walk: things like prayer which invokes the name of God; praying to confess sin. This is not a scan or facsimile, and has been updated in modern English for easy reading. It also has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
The Two Wills of God Made Easy By C. Matthew McMahon
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This book is taken from McMahon's larger work: The Two Wills of God: Does God Really Have Two Wills, (a Ph.D. dissertation). In this newly revised concise form, he has updated key parts to this vital... More > work, and removed extraneous portions in order to explain and study the will of God. What biblical doctrine is more important than knowing what God’s will is for our lives? If the Christian’s doctrine of God is wrong, how can he be sure to have anything else right? This study deals with questions like: Does God desire the salvation of all men, or some men? If the wicked perish, and God desires their salvation, is God’s will frustrated when the sinner goes his own way? Why is God seen as sovereign in one part of Scripture, but seen as “repenting,” and even “changing His mind” in another? Is there such a thing as “common grace?” Does God desire things He does not decree, and decree things He does not desire? These questions are a matter of great theological importance and responsible hermeneutics.< Less
The Two Wills of God Made Easy By C. Matthew McMahon
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This book is taken from McMahon's larger work: The Two Wills of God: Does God Really Have Two Wills, (a Ph.D. dissertation). In this newly revised concise form, he has updated key parts to this vital... More > work, and removed extraneous portions in order to explain and study the will of God. What biblical doctrine is more important than knowing what God’s will is for our lives? If the Christian’s doctrine of God is wrong, how can he be sure to have anything else right? This study deals with questions like: Does God desire the salvation of all men, or some men? If the wicked perish, and God desires their salvation, is God’s will frustrated when the sinner goes his own way? Why is God seen as sovereign in one part of Scripture, but seen as “repenting,” and even “changing His mind” in another? Is there such a thing as “common grace?” Does God desire things He does not decree, and decree things He does not desire? These questions are a matter of great theological importance and responsible hermeneutics.< 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