The extracts that form this little volume are gleaned from a well-known Puritan work, written by William Gurnall and published in 1665, entitled, “The Christian in Complete Armor.”
Among all the Puritan writings that have come down to us, none, perhaps, are more practical and conscience-reaching, than this notable work. The perusal of the following pages will prove it still to be a ministry, rich with glowing thoughts to warm the heart a quiver well stocked with arrows to reach the conscience.
1. Sin and Guilt
2. Profession and Hypocrisy
3. Pride and Worldliness
4. Glad Tidings and Joy
5. Faith and Holiness
6. Wiles and Temptations
7. Suffering and Shame
8. Strife and Contention
10. Reading and Meditation
11. Prayer and Thanksgiving
12. Patience and Hope
|Date:||April 20, 2015|
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