George Swinnock is one of the easiest of the Puritan authors to read. Long out of print, this republication of his works will be welcomed by all who have an interest in and love for Puritan literature.
These volumes address many contemporary struggles from the perspective of one who lived in the 17th century.
Volume 1: Demonstrates how we are called to make God our business in spiritual performances and religious actions in general and in specific callings. The author speaks of directives for godliness in recreations, pleasure, apparel, sleep, eating, the Lord's Day and more.
Volume 2: Examines how a Christian may exercise himself to godliness in prosperity and adversity.
Volume 3: Looks at how a Christian my exercise himself to godliness on a dying bed and in visiting the sick, and also includes The Fading of the Flesh, part 1.
Volume 4: contains The Fading of the Flesh, part 2.
Volume 5: Unpacks the doctrine of salvation a "The door of salvation opened by the key of regeneration and the sinner's last sentence".