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Publisher: Christian Focus Publications
Price: $2.99 (April 17-18)
How can I be sure that God has forgiven me? In this volume, essentially an exposition of Psalm 130, John Owen pinpoints the causes of such spiritual distress, not merely with the clinical skill of a spiritual diagnostician, but also with the understanding of someone who had a profound experience of those ‘depths’. And Owen does not stop with a diagnosis. He maps out a biblical path of faith and obedience for distressed believers who long to say with full assurance, ‘God has forgiven me.’
About John Owen
John Owen (1616-1683) is amongst the best known of the Puritans. His writings continue to be widely read and greatly appreciated to this day.
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Kregel: First Ask Why: Raising Kids to Love God Through Intentional Discipleship by Shelly Wildman vs. When They Turn Away: Drawing Your Adult Child Back to Christ by Rob Rienow
Harvest House: This Outside Life: Finding God in the Heart of Nature by Laurie Ostby Kehler vs. The Ultimate Guide for the Avid Indoorsman: Life Is Better in Here by John Driver
Christian Focus: Assurance: Overcoming the Difficulty of Knowing Forgiveness by John Owen vs. Christians Are Forever!: The Doctrine of the Saints’ Perserverance Explained and Confirmed by John Owen
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John Owen believed that communion with God lies at the heart of Christian life. With Paul, he recognized that through the Son we have access by the Spirit to the Father. He never lost the sense of amazement expressed by John: ‘Our fellowship is with the Father and with his Son, Jesus Christ’. In this outstanding book, he explains the nature of this communion and describes the many privileges it brings.
‘Communion with God’ was written in a day, like our own, when the doctrine of the Trinity was under attack and the Christian faith was being reduced either to rationalism on the one hand or mysticism on the other. His exposition shows that nothing is more vital to spiritual well-being than a practical knowledge of what this doctrine means.
The claims of vindicatory justice vindicated; wherein that essential property of the divine nature is demonstrated from the sacred writings, and defended against Socinians, particularly the authors of the Racovian Catechism, John Crellius, and F. Socinus himself; likewise the necessary exercise thereof; together with the indispensable necessity of the satisfaction of Christ for the salvation of sinners is established against the objections of certain very learned men, G. Twisse, G. Vossius, Samuel Rutherford, and others.
‘The Mortification of Sin’ is arguably John Owen’s most read and loved work in the modern era. If you have not read any Owen or any Puritans, this work is a great place to start. Any Christian reading this work will be encouraged to kill sin and for their joy and Christ’s glory.
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