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In this grab bag, we have 3 e-books from GLH Publishing. The prices that they have provided are under each book cover.
This is another puritan classic from Richard Sibbes in which he expounds the parallels between Josiah’s humbling and repentance and how we do the same.
This ebook contains hyperlinks to all chapters and footnotes.
This work by the Puritan Richard Sibbes expounds on 1st Corinthians 2:9, “But as it is written, Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him.” He shows how we should look to heaven and consider the joys that await us there as a way to remain faithful while on earth.
Here are some choice quotes:
-What duty [is] more necessary than to love God? What motive [is] more effectual than the gospel?
-Many of us are like the angel of Ephesus, ‘We have lost our first love,’ Rev. ii. 4
-To be wise to salvation is the best wisdom.
-Learn on earth that that will abide in heaven, saith St Austin.
-I wonder at the stupidity and hellish pride and malice of men’s hearts, that think any man can be too exact in the main duties of Christianity, in the expression of their love to God, in the obedience of their lives; in abstinence from the filthiness of the world, and the like.
-True beauty is to be like God. And to be born anew to that glorious condition is the birth and inheritance.
-Who would endure anything for Christ, if it were not for a better estate afterwards?
-A man cannot enjoy the comfort of heaven upon the earth without self-denial and mortification.
-When Satan comes with any bait, let us think he comes to rob us of better than he can give. (more…)
In this work the puritan Richard Sibbes, author of ‘The Bruised Reed’, shows how God “sets us at liberty at the first in calling us…sets us at liberty when we are justified…sets us at liberty when he sanctifieth us…sets us then at liberty fully in glorification.”
This book is a series of meditations on Galatians 2:20 — “And the life which I now live in the flesh I live by the faith of the Son of God, who loved me, and gave himself for me.” An encouraging read for any Christian.
This work from Richard Sibbes takes Jesus’ conversation with Mary after his resurrection in John 20:16-17 and squeezes out all of the implications for the believer in the short exchange. There is comfort to be found for the Christian in this work to know that the Father and God of Christ is their Father and God.
Includes a linked Table of Contents and NCX.
This puritan classic has been converted to an ebook to share with this and future generation who needs to know how Christ will tenderly deal with those that are his, no matter how often they fall or fail. This is a great book to read and remember when caring for and comforting the Lord’s flock.
Includes a linked table of contents to each chapter and footnote.