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HOW WILL IT REALLY END?
Eschatology for Young People
Steve Daniels

"Steve Daniels has written a fine book on the last things for young people. It is easy to read, within reach of teenagers, and (best of all) consistently and profoundly biblical in what it teaches. This book would be a fine basis for all sorts of youth Bible studies, youth group situations, and Sunday School classes. One more thing--many older Christians would profit from its teaching as well."--Dr. Sam Waldron, Author of "The End Times Made Simple"

"This is a good book. Steve Daniels answers perplexing questions in plain language and sheds light on difficult passages of Scripture. This work is fast-paced, aptly illustrated and easy to understand. It is true to Scripture and honoring to Christ. It informs the mind and warms the heart with hope. I highly recommend it." - Roger Ellsworth, Pastor and Author

Preface - What About Camping and the Mayans?

Introduction

1. He is coming back!

2. When will he return?

3. Isn't there more to this age?

4. The Last Days - Already and Not Yet

5. Will there be signs before he returns?

6. Can we determine the order of future events?

7. The Resurrection

8. The New Body

9. Meeting Christ in the Air

10. The Judgment, Part 1: The Judge, the Accused, and the Accusations

11. The Judgment, Part 2: Timing and Location

12. Why There Will Be a Judgment

13. Hell - Unending Torment

14. Heaven, Part 1: Is it heaven, or is it God?

15. Heaven, Part 2: Heaven is more like earth than you think.

16. Heaven, Part 3: A New Earth

17. Heaven, Part 4: What will it be like?

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THE TORMENTS OF HELL
Jonathan Edwards on Eternal Damnation
Jonathan Edwards, edited by William Nichols

Hell has fallen on hard times in the modern evangelical church. Many pastors and evangelists do not even mention the word hell in their sermons and when they do it is often described only as a place of separation from God. What unconverted person would not greatly desire to be separated from God in eternity? There is great need to return to the evangelism of Jonathan Edwards who unashamedly preached the biblical doctrine of hell.

"The Torments of Hell: Jonathan Edwards on Eternal Damnation" contains 14 sermons by Jonathan Edwards arranged in a sequential order to progressively outline what the Bible teaches about hell. There is commentary on each one of the manuscripts by William C. Nichols comparing and contrasting the modern teaching on hell to Edwards' teaching. Most of the sermons in this book have never been published prior to 2005. The book will be about 320 pages in length, hardcover, with 14 manuscripts by Edwards containing over 18 sermons.



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That Wicked Men Are the Children of the Devil

The Wicked Hereafter Will Be Cast Into a Furnace of Fire

That the Bodies of Wicked Men as Well as Their Souls Will Be Punished Forever in Hell

That the Punishment and Misery of Wicked Men in Another World Will Be in Proportion to the Sin that They Are Guilty Of

Wicked Men in Hell Will Remember How Things Were With Them Here in this World

They That Are Gone to Hell Are All of Them in Despair


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JEHOVAH-JIREH: A Treatise on Providence
William S. Plumer

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Providence Asserted

Providence Defined

God's Providence Results from His Nature. It is Holy, Just, Benevolent,

Wise, Supreme and Sovereign, Sure and Stable, Powerful and Irresistible

God's Providence is Universal

Practical Remarks on the Nature of Providence

God's Providence is Retributive

Some Explanation of the Delays of Providence in Punishing the Wicked

How Divine Forbearance Should Be Regarded- and How it May Be Abused

Several Principles of the Doctrine of Providence over Wicked Men

Illustrated in the Life and End of Judas Iscariot

The Mysteries of God's Providence

Practical Remarks on the Mysteries of God's Providence

The Special Kindness of Providence Towards Godly Men

Practical Remarks on the Special Kindness of Providence Towards Godly Men

Alternate Light and Darkness in Providence, Illustrated in the Case of Job

God's Providence Towards His Church Renders Unnecessary All

Tormenting Fears Respecting Her Safety and Final Triumph

God's Providence over Nations

Providence Punishes Nations for Their Sins


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SIGHS FROM HELLThe Groans of a Damned SoulBeing an Exposition of Luke 16
John Bunyan, edited by Dr. Don Kistler

SIGHS FROM HELL: The Groans of a Damned Soul by John Bunyan

This book is especially timely in light of Rob Bell's recent book release called "Love Wins," in which he denies a literal hell, other than the one we make for ourselves. But over 300 years ago John Bunyan wrote this little work in which he exposits the story in Luke 16 of Dives and Lazarus, and shows biblically that hell is quite literal---at least Jesus thought so!

This book has been slightly updated as to language and grammar. It is hardbound and printed on acid-free paper. While this work of Bunyan's is not as well known as "Pilgrim's Progress," it is very important, particularly for evangelism. This is what sinners need to be saved from!

An exposition of those words in Luke 16 concerning the rich man and the beggar wherein is discovered the lamentable state of the damned: their cries, their desires in their distresses, with the determination of God upon them; a good warning word to sinners, both old and young, to take into consideration quickly, and to see by faith in Jesus Christ to avoid, lest they come into the same place of torment.

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THE JOHN THE BAPTIST OF THE REFORMATIONA Memoir of John Huss, the Bohemian Reformer and Martyr
Translated from the German by Thomas O. Summers with an Introductory Note by J.H. Merle d'Aubigne

John Huss (a.k.a. Jan Hus) is regarded to be one of the earliest known religious thinkers and reformers in the world. A philosopher and a Master at Charles University (Prague), Huss was greatly influenced by the writings and teachings of John Wyclife. He made a number of followers during his time, who came to be known as Hussites. Reformers, in the later years, looked up to Huss for his unswerving commitment in the face of the church's cunning brutality, due to which he had to face extreme consequences. Condemning Huss' uprising, the Church first excommunicated him and then burned him to death, after an unfair trial.

This brief account of his life will serve as a wonderful introduction to the life of this great hero of the faith. Despite incredible cruelty that lasted for many months, even some of his enemies acknowledged his humility and godliness. This book would be very useful to use in Family Worship as the chapters are all brief and to the point.

Famous Church Historian J.H. Merle d'Aubigne said the following about Huss - "John Huss preached in Bohemia a century before Luther preached in Saxony. He seems to have penetrated deeper than his predecessors into the essence of Christian truth. He prayed to Christ for grace to glory only in his cross and the the inestimable humiliation of his sufferings. But his attacks were directed less against the errors of the Romish church than against the scandalous lives of the clergy. Yet he was, if we may be allowed the expression, the John the Baptist of the Reformation. The flames of his pile kindled a fire in the church that cast a brilliant light into the surrounding darkness, and whose glimmerings were not to be so readily extinguished."

The following powerful testimony if found in Foxe's BOOK OF MARTYRS -

"The bishops appointed by the Council [of Constance] stripped him of his priestly garments, degraded him, put a paper mitre on his head, on which was painted devils, with this inscription, 'A ringleader of heretics.' Which when he saw, he said: 'My Lord Jesus Christ, for my sake, did wear a crown of thorns; why should not I then, for His sake, again wear this light crown, be it ever so ignominious? Truly I will do it, and that willingly.' When it was set upon his head, the bishop said: 'Now we commit thy soul unto the devil.' 'But I,' said John Huss, lifting his eyes towards the heaven, 'do commend into Thy hands, O Lord Jesus Christ, my spirit which Thou has redeemed.'

When the chain was put about him at the stake, he said, with a smiling countenance, 'My Lord Jesus Christ was bound with a harder chain than this for my sake, and why then should I be ashamed of this rusty one?'

When the faggots were piled up to his very neck, the duke of Bavaria was so officious as to desire him to abjure. 'No,' said Huss, 'I never preached any doctrine of an evil tendency; and what I taught with my lips I now seal with my blood.' He then said to the executioner, 'You are now going to burn a goose, (Huss signifying 'goose' in the Bohemian language) but in a century you will have a 'swan' which you can neither roast nor boil.' If he were prophetic, he must have meant Martin Luther, who shone about a hundred years after, and who had a swan for his arms.

The flames were now applied to the faggots, when our martyr sung a hymn with so loud and cheerful a voice that he was heard through all the cracklings of the combustibles, and the noise of the multitude. At length his voice was interrupted by the severity of the flames, which soon closed his existence.

Then, with great diligence, gathering the ashes together, they cast them into the river Rhine, that the least remnant of that man should not be left upon the earth, whose memory, notwithstanding, cannot be abolished out of the minds of the godly, neither by fire, neither by water, neither by any kind of torment."

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TRUE WORD FOR TOUGH TIMES: Five Timely and Timeless Words from Jeremiah
DALE RALPH DAVIS

In August 2010 Dale Ralph Davis delivered these five messages from Jeremiah at the Evangelical Movement of Wales Conference in Aberystwyth. Those who were there on the occasion will recall the power and passion of this rich exposition of the Word of God. As he explains in the Preface, Dale Ralph Davis deliberately chose five passages that focused on the down aspect of the prophet's message. He explains his choice of passages in these words:

“. . . . they supply a healthy corrective to some of the flippant and flimsy optimism we meet in certain Christian propaganda about the Christian life and ministry. My prayer is that a number of the Lord's servants who are slogging on in the paths of righteousness will, by the Spirit's chemistry, be strangely comforted by this tormented prophet and the ruthless Warrior who stood at his side.”

1. ASTOUNDING WORD - Jeremiah 1

2. CAN THIS PROPHET BE SAVED? - Jeremiah 15:10-21

3. THE YOKE IS NO JOKE - Jeremiah 27 - 29

4. JERUSALEM BURNING - Jeremiah 37 - 39

5. FAITHFUL FUTILITY: A Pattern of Ministry - Jeremiah 40 - 45

Dr. Davis preaching, slightly adapted here for the printed page, will surely be used to fulfill that prayer.

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FROM GRACE TO GLORY: A Present Day Journey Through John Bunyan's 'Pilgrim's Progress'
CAROLYN STALEY

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Carolyn Staley has been serving as a pastor's wife for over 45 years and she has been laboring over this exposition of PILGRIM'S PROGRESS for the last ten years.

In her own words from her Preface we read: 'My journey to the Celestial City began at the age of nineteen when the Lord opened my heart, brought me to the Lord Jesus Christ, and saved me by his grace. In those early days as a young Christian, my tendency toward morbid introspection caused great mental anguish concerning the assurance of my salvation. During that dark period, I first became acquainted with John Bunyan when I was given two of his books, Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners and The Pilgrim's Progress. At first I was actually afraid to read them, afraid that they would confirm my worst fears.

However, as I began to read and ponder these works written so long ago, a glimmer of hope began to arise in my mind. I was not alone after all! John Bunyan suffered the very same things and wrote of them. At last I could give a name to the spiritual turmoil I had so often experienced. It was the murky Slough of Despond. The tormenting fear that so often held my heart and mind captive also had a name, Doubting Castle, baronial estate of Giant Despair. Thus I felt an immediate affinity with the humble tinker of Bedford that greatly encouraged me in those first days of my own pilgrimage.

Many years later when I was asked to teach The Pilgrim's Progress to our teenagers in Sunday school, I gladly accepted the challenge and began an in-depth study of that great work. Using those early lessons as a foundation, I later expanded and revised them into a series of thirty meditational studies that were published in Adam's Rib, a monthly periodical especially designed for Christian women. These meditations provided the framework for an even more comprehensive study that resulted in the writing of this book.

I truly believe that we write best of what we have learned from personal experience. At this point in my own journey, I have covered much of the ground that John Bunyan's pilgrim did and met the same characters he encountered along the way. As a result, I am well acquainted with the places Christian visited, as well as the trials, temptations, and difficulties he faced. An added benefit from the Lord is the privilege of being married to a godly pastor who faithfully expounds and teaches the Word of God. For the past forty-five years, I have served by my husband's side as his helper and co-laborer. The experience I have gained through the years and the spiritual lessons learned have been of invaluable assistance in giving me a more thorough understanding of The Pilgrim's Progress.

This best known work by John Bunyan is a captivating story told in a highly dramatic setting; but for those with eyes to see, it is much more than that. The truths of which he wrote are just as relevant to the people of God today as when he penned them in the 17th century. Therefore, every true child of God will find that he is on familiar ground when reading of Christian and his journey to the Celestial City."

A strong endorsement was sent by Mack Tomlinson, Pastor of Providence Chapel, Denton, Texas-

"I am so glad this wonderful commentary on John Bunyan's 'The Pilgrim's Progress' will soon be available! I have been looking forward to it for a long time. When I first read through the manuscript, some of my first thoughts were, "This is wonderful! Here is insightful interpretation, rich exposition, and wonderful practical application for the Christian life--this is truly quality, insightful, and excellent in every way!" Carolyn Staley has truly captured Bunyan's heart in understanding his classic work.

From the introduction and all the way through all fifty-three chapters of the wonderful work, Mrs. Staley has provided a marvelous gift to God's people in writing this superb work of exposition on Bunyan's masterful allegory. This book possibly breaks brand new ground in expounding on Bunyan's character of Christian as he journeys to the celestial city. While reading, I gained valuable new insights on certain points I have never seen or considered, and Bunyan's views on certain points were opened to me more than ever.

As is stated in the preface, the author considers at length the characters and places of Christian's pilgrimage, and has successfully endeavored to interpret Bunyan's lessons in light of the truth of Scripture. One of the great blessings of the book is the great number of scripture passages Mrs. Staley uses to interpret Bunyan's truth on the Christian life and journey. What a marvelous group study this volume will make! I heartily recommend it for that specifically.

Especially for those who have never read The Pilgrim's Progress, this book will yield rich treasures as one reads it along with Bunyan's work or just reads it by itself. Carolyn Staley has given Christ's church a marvelous book for generations to come, and I hope everyone who hears of it will buy it. I am persuaded that those who read it will be very thankful they did!"

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Preface

Introduction

Prologue

PART ONE: THE JOURNEY COMMENCES

1. The City of Destruction Complex: Its Description, Nature, and Citizens

2. Escape from the City!

3. Trouble at the Outset

4. Unexpected Fall into the Slough of Despond

PART TWO: ENCOUNTER WITH A STRANGER

5. Sidetracked by Dangerous Counsel

6. By-Path to the Village of Morality

7. The Secret Place of Thunder

PART THREE: WITH THE FORCE OF A LODESTONE

8. The Light that Leads to the Wicket Gate

9. Beatitude of Sovereign Grace

10. Through the Wicket Gate!

PART FOUR: THE JOURNEY CONTEMPLATED

11. Our Race to Eternal Glory

12. Onward to Zion by the Road Less Traveled

PART FIVE: A VAST TREASURE HOUSE

13. Portrait in the Entrance Hall

14. Invaluable Instruction by the Master Teacher

PART SIX: DELIVERANCE AND RELEASE

15. Gateway to the City

16. A Troubling Question

PART SEVEN: WAYFARING STRANGERS BUT NOT TRUE PILGRIMS

17. The Ever-Present Danger of Carnal Security: Simple, Sloth, and Presumption

18. The Ever-Present Danger of Carnal Security: Formalist and Hypocrisy

PART EIGHT: WHEN TROUBLES SEEM LIKE MOUNTAINS

19. An Unexpected Impediment!

20. Incident in the Arbor

21. Alone in the Dark!

PART NINE: A TABLE IN THE WILDERNESS

22. Haven by the Wayside

23. Family Life in the Palace Beautiful

24. The Palace Framework and Remarkable History

PART TEN: OUT OF THE DEPTHS

25. Descent into the Valley of Humiliation

26. The Valley of Humiliation Contemplated

27. Into the Valley of the Shadow of Death

28. Journey out of Darkness

PART ELEVEN: CHANCE ENCOUNTERS ALONG THE WAY

29. The Cave of the Giants

30. One Brother Meets Another

31. Anatomy of a Hypocrite

32. Profitable Encounter with a Beloved Friend

PART TWELVE: "NO MAN CAN SERVE TWO MASTERS"

33. Incident in the Town of Vanity

34. Tried in the Court of Vanity Fair!

35. Beauty for Ashes

36. The Subtle Snare of Covetousness: By-ends of Fair-speech

37. The Subtle Snare of Covetousness: A Man Named Demas

PART THIRTEEN: BESIDE THE STILL WATERS

38. A Season of Refreshing

PART FOURTEEN: BEWARE THE "WAY THAT SEEMETH RIGHT"

39. Remove Not the Ancient Landmark!

40. Stile into By-Path Meadow

41. Prisoners in Doubting Castle!

42. Warning to Future Travelers

PART FIFTEEN: THE HEART OF EMMANUEL'S LAND

43. Between Two Vastly Different Worlds

44. The Shepherds of the Delectable Mountains

45. A Call to Higher Ground

PART SIXTEEN: THROUGH MANY A DANGER, TOIL, AND SNARE

46. Spiritual Ignorance and its Bitter Fruit

47. The Assault and Robbery of Little-Faith

48. Beware of the Flatterer!

49. Dangerous Trek Across the Enchanted Ground

50. A Tribute to God’s Amazing Grace

51. The Never-Ending Battle for the Christian’s Mind

PART SEVENTEEN: IN THE PRESENCE OF THE KING!

52. Almost Home! The Delights of Beulah Land

53. Nearing the Shore! The Passing of a Pilgrim

54. Jerusalem the Golden!

Epilogue

End Notes

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HEART'S EASE IN HEART TROUBLE: 'Let Not Your Heart be Troubled'
JAMES BURDWOOD (1626-1693)

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Some teach today that being a Christian exempts a person from trials and suffering. But our Lord Himself said, “In this world you shall have tribulation.” In this rare work, the author shows that trouble is the norm for a Christian. He explains why our hearts are not to be troubled and how faith in God and Christ is the best antidote for a troubled heart.

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Publisher's Note

Life of James Burdwood

The Epistle Dedicatory

Introduction

Chapter 1 -The Text Opened

Chapter 2 - God’s Choicest Saints are Liable to All Kinds of Troubles

Chapter 3 - Christ’s Disciples Are Apt to Be Troubled in Their Hearts

Chapter 4 - What This Heart Trouble Is That Christ Forbids

Chapter 5 - Different Kinds of Fear

Chapter 6 - Believing in God and in Christ Is the Best Antidote

Chapter 7 - What Is it to Believe in Christ?

Chapter 8 - Faith Must Be Acted on Everything About Christ

Chapter 9 - Faith in God and Christ Is the Best Remedy for Heart Troubles

Chapter 10 - Who Christ Is and What He Has Promised

Appendix

James Burdwood was born at Yarnacombe in 1626 of religious parents. He had his grammar learning at Kinsbridge School and his later education at Pembroke College, Oxford. He was for a while minister at Plympton St. Mary near Plymouth. From there he moved to Dartmouth at the invitation of the town’s magistrates where he continued till the act of uniformity ejected him.

Having a wife and children he set up a Latin school in Dartmouth but was driven from there by the Five Mile Act. He had thoughts of going to America and sold his estate in order to do so, but was prevented.

He then rented an estate at Batson in the parish of Marlborough, saying often it was better for him and his family to work than to be burdensome to others. There he stayed five years and preached for free in his own house, as long as he was permitted, to great numbers who flocked to hear him from the adjacent areas. And when his house would no longer hold them all they met in his orchard.

He met with some disturbance from the Quakers, of whom there were many in those parts. Some of them occasioned him with much trouble and vexation. They took off his doors, rifled his house, seized and carried away his goods, ripped off the locks on his barn doors and replaced them with their own, and forced his wife and children to seek shelter among their neighbors.

When he could stay no longer at Batson he moved to Hicks Down, about a mile from Bedgebury, where he took another farm. During his seven years residence there his old enemies gave him new trouble. He was fined repeatedly for preaching. Yet he kept preaching anyway.

At length he returned to Dartmouth where, after a brief respite of three years, he met again with hard treatment. After two subsequent years at Bowden, he was seized with a violent fit of bladder stones and frequent urination (strangury). When he was slightly recovered he returned once more to Dartmouth where weakness and pains wholly took him off of public work. He bore his afflictions with admirable patience, acknowledging that they proceeded from a loving Father, that he deserved much worse at His hand, and that he hoped this would be all the hell he would have.

Under very sad circumstances he expressed himself thus: “I have lost estate, relations, and health, and yet God is my God still. I am a broken vessel, fit for no work but suffering. Lord, I submit, I submit.” He often used this remarkable saying: “It is better to be preserved in brine than to rot in honey.” God was pleased at length to release him from his sufferings on August 21, 1693, at the age of 67.

He had good abilities for the pulpit and was a practical, popular preacher. His behavior was exemplary. His counsel was sought by all those around him. He was very humble and eminently faithful, yet prudent in giving reproof.

He had 17 children, though only three outlived him. He was a very tender father to them and was greatly concerned about their souls. He daily put up earnest prayers for them with tears. All of them who lived to years of discretion gave him ground to hope that a good work was wrought in them. He bore the death of those whom God was pleased to take from him with remarkable resignation and preached their funeral sermons himself. He was never imprisoned nor apprehended, though often searched after, and was sometimes strangely preserved. He died in the town in which he was ejected after having endured the most exquisite torments from the strangury. This made him the more able to pen two books:

Heart's Ease in Heart Trouble (1691)

Helps for Faith and Patience in Times of Affliction In Three Parts (1693)

1. Samson’s Riddle Spiritualized

2. Orthodox Paradox, or the Greatest Evil Working the Greatest Eternal Good

3. Heaven and Earth Epitomized, or Invisibilities the Greatest Realities

[This material was taken from Samuel Palmer’s The Nonconformist’s Memorial, Volume 1, printed in London in 1775.]

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BUNYAN'S CLASSICS
John Bunyan

John Bunyan's famous work, The Pilgrim's Progress is, next to the Bible, the most popular book ever published. It has been widely distributed the world over since originally published in the 17th century. But many aren't familiar with the story in it's original form or it's famous author and his life story. Master Books is now making available this exquisite reproduction of this 125-year-old historical compilation manuscript in it's original 920-page entirety.

This masterpiece will become an instant family heirloom, introducing entire generations to the pilgrims' spiritual journey to truth. This hardcover edition was originally published in 1876. Over 125 years later, Master Books has re-created this valuable and rare heirloom with today's modern technology, but kept the original look and feel by painstakingly scanning in high-resolution every page of this 920-page tome - historic look and all!

The Pilgrim's Progress appears in the original large print inside this new edition, creating an easier reading experience for all ages. Not since the 19th century, has this collection of 'Bunyan Classics' been available or accessible to anyone and everyone today. This classic edition has been painstakingly reproduced in it's complete form and includes such rare treasures as:

- John Bunyan's personal memoir

- His last sermon

- His personal account of his life before he accepted Christ

- His time spent in prison for preaching

- Over a dozen beautifully detailed artistic etchings that visually narrate special scenes

Included Are Nine Historical Books Written By and About John Bunyan:

THE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS: (Page 1 - 376) The most popular of more than sixty books published by the prolific author John Bunyan. This popular and powerful book has been published more than any other book in history, outside of the Bible.

THE HOLY WAR; (Page 377 - 684) A discourse of trial made by Shaddai upon Diabolus, for the Regaining the Metropolis of the World; or, the losing and taking again of the Town of Man-soul.

GRACE ABOUNDING TO THE CHIEF OF SINNERS; (Page 685 - 688) A detailed and faithful account of the Life of John Bunyan including his imprisonment, recovery and conversion to becoming a faithful follower of Jesus Christ.

THE IMPRISONMENT AND RELEASE OF JOHN BUNYAN; (Page 689 - 703) --includes dialgoue with Dr. Lindale and the Justices; examination by the Justices, and by Mr. Cobb, the clerk of the peace; interview with his wife and Judge Hale.

BUNYAN'S DYING SAYINGS (Page 704 - 767) --Of sin; of affliction; repentance and coming to Christ; of prayer; Lord's day and daily duties; love of the world; of suffering; death and judgment; the joys of heaven and torments of hell.

CHRISTIAN BEHAVIOUR; (Page 768 - 800) thoughts concerning true Christianity and how to walk so as to please God.

THE BARREN FIG-TREE; (Page 801 - 830) thoughts concerning the doom and downfall of a fruitless life and the signs by which such miserable mortals may be known.

BUNYAN'S LAST SERMON (Page 831 - 834) -Preached, July, 1688, from John 1:3.

THE WATER OF LIFE; (Page 835 - 860) A discourse presenting the richness and glory of the Grace and spirit of the Gospel.

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