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Originally penned by Thomas Watson in 1661, Jerusalem's Glory not only reveals the author's deep concern for the state of the Church and vital Christianity in a time of testing and decline, but also contains all the hallmarks of what made the puritans great. It represents a clarion call to the church to recognize her failings and repent, turning to God and casting herself on his mercy. Here we have a puritan preacher of the gospel, speaking plainly to the ills of society and in particular to the church.
Watson expounds upon such issues as when the Christian may rejoice, how to act in a godly manner when tested to the limit, and showing how glorious is Christ's Church when proven in the fires of affliction. This treatise is aimed at helping the believer in a practical manner to live a life that glorifies God and places Christ at the centre of the Church—doctrinally and practically.
The text is simplified for the modern reader, with a biographical introduction added to the original work. It will, through time, come to be regarded as Watson at his most readable and best.
Number of Pages: 176
Vendor: Christian Heritage
Publication Date: 2002
|Dimensions: 7.80 X 5.12 (inches)|
The Christian on the Mount: A Treatise on MeditationThomas WatsonNorthampton Press / 2009 / Hardcover$11.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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