The christian in complete armour 3 volumes pdf
Christian in Complete Armour, Volume 3 by William GurnallThis book is amazing. Its my bathroom reader as it will take sometime to complete it (1200 pages compressed into 600some) Im currently on page 15 after reading the introductions and such I can tell that this book will blow me away repeatedly...oh wait...it already has. The beauty of biblical truth is that it is timeless, as this 17th century treatise shows. The passage in question (Ephesians 6:10-20) is my favorite passage in all of scripture, so it holds an extra special pull to my soul in it.
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The Christian in Complete Armour - 3 Volumes
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To ensure the speed and security of your experience on our website, we use the latest technology supported by the most up-to-date web browsers Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Edge. Gurnall, William. The Christian in Complete Armour is certainly one of the greatest of all the Puritans' practical writings. This 3-volume paperback set is a modernized abridgement of the Puritan Classic by William Gurnall. William Gurnall was born in the coastal town of Lynn, Norfolk, about a hundred miles north of London. His father was first an alderman town council member , then mayor of Lynn, a chief town of the most thoroughly Protestant district of England in the seventeenth century.
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The Christian In Complete Armour (Part 1)
Paul was now in bonds, yet not so close kept as to be denied pen and paper; God, it seems, gave him some favour in the sight of his enemies: Paul was Nero's prisoner, but Nero was much more God's. And while God had work for Paul, he found him friends both in court and prison. Let persecutors send saints to prison, God can provide a keeper for their turn. But how does this great apostle spend his time in prison? Not in publishing invectives against those, though the worst of men, who had laid him in; a piece of zeal which the holy sufferers of those times were little acquainted with: nor in politic counsels, how he might wind himself out of his trouble, by sordid flattery of, or sinful compliance with, the great ones of the times. Some would have used any picklock to have opened a passage to their liberty and not scrupled, so escape they might, whether they got out at the door or window. But this holy man was not so fond of liberty or life, as to purchase them at the least hazard to the gospel.