Puritans

Here are some links below to Puritan PDFs. Click on the link under the name to download the PDF for viewing. Some of the names are of men we have already studied in our Puritan DVD series.

Joseph Alleine
An Alarm to the Unconverted – Joseph Alleine
The Saint’s Pocket Book – Joseph Alleine

William Ames
The Marrow of Sacred Divinity – Wm Ames
The Substance of Christian Religion – Wm Ames

Richard Baxter
A Call to the Unconverted to Turn and Live – Richard Baxter
The Saints’ Everlasting Rest – Richard Baxter

John Bunyan
The Pilgrim’s Progress – John Bunyan

Jeremiah Burroughs
The Rare Jewel of Christian Contentment – Jeremiah Burroughs

John Flavel
Christ Altogether Lovely – John Flavel
Keeping the Heart or A Saint Indeed – John Flavel
The Fountain of Life Opened Up – John Flavel
The Method of Grace in the Gospel of Redemption – John Flavel
The Mystery of Providence – John Flavel

Matthew Henry
A Method of Prayer – Matthew Henry

Thomas Manton
The Blessed Estate of Them That Die in the Lord – Thomas Manton
The Saint’s Triumph Over Death – Thomas Manton

John Owen
Christ’s Kingdom and the Magistrate’s Power – John Owen
(I would also highly recommend purchasing The Life & Works of John Owen 55-in-1 if you have the free Kindle reader app installed on your PC. Click here for the link.)

William Perkins
A Golden Chain – Wm Perkins
A Treatise on God’s Free Grace and Man’s Free Will – Wm Perkins

Samuel Rutherford
Lex Rex
The Letters of Samuel Rutherford

Richard Sibbes
A Bruised Reed – Richard Sibbes
The Art of Contentment – Richard Sibbes

Thomas Watson
The Doctrine of Repentance – Thomas Watson
The Godly Man’s Picture – Thomas Watson
The Saint’s Spiritual Delight – Thomas Watson

 

Scripture Reflection

1 Peter 4:12, 13

12 Beloved, do not think it strange concerning the fiery trial which is to try you, as though some strange thing happened to you; 13 but rejoice to the extent that you partake of Christ’s sufferings, that when His glory is revealed, you may also be glad with exceeding joy.

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