Exceptional preachers and theologians, many Puritan writers were also gifted poets. Isaac Watts, George Herbert, John Newton, and others penned powerful verses about the Savior and the soul. From "The Law of God" to "The Gospel of Christ," this stirring compilation features some of the finest examples of poetry in the service of piety. 374 pages, hardcover from Soli Deo Gloria.
It is nearly impossible to know the Savior without being elevated to lofty and exalted thoughts of Him. It is little wonder then, that the Puritans put their pens to writing about the Physician of their souls as well as matters of the soul. Here are hundreds of poems on the most noble of all themes, the Lord Jesus Christ, by some of His choicest servants: Samuel Davies, Phillip Doodridge, Ralph Erskine, John Flavel, John Newton, Augustus Toplady, Issac Watts and others.