Parent's Concerns for Their Unsaved Children   -     By: Edward Lawrence
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Parent's Concerns for Their Unsaved Children

Reformation Heritage / Soli Deo Gloria / 2003 / Paperback

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One of the things that most grieves the heart of a Christian parent is an unsaved child. No parent with a beating heart can long endure the notion of being eternally separated from the child they love. It was that concern that prompted Edward Lawrence, a 17th century Puritan pastor, to write this booklet to his own children. In seven short chapters Lawrence shows them his loving heart and desire for their salvation. There is strong encouragement to both parents and children alike. He does not blame parents necessarily for the spiritual condition of their unsaved children, but he does suggest directions for nurturing them towards Christ.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 82
Vendor: Reformation Heritage / Soli Deo Gloria
Publication Date: 2003
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 X .13 (inches)
ISBN: 1573581518
ISBN-13: 9781573581516
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One of the things that most grieves the heart of a Christian parent is an unsaved child. No parent with a beating heart can long endure the notion of being eternally separated from the child they love. It was this concern that prompted Edward Lawrence, a 17th century Puritan pastor, to write this booklet to his own children. In 7 short chapters he shows them his loving heart and desire for their salvation and provides practical exhortations to parents. He does not blame parents necessarily for the spiritual condition of their unsaved children, but he does suggest directions for nurturing them towards Christ.

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