Originally published in 1737, The Crook in the Lot continues to bring comfort and inspire countless souls, and it remains one of the most beloved of all Puritan classics. Its depth of explanation regarding God's role in our afflictions and sufferings is without equal. Thomas Boston - a well-known, influential, and beloved Puritan - was famous for his ability to communicate sound biblical truths in a way that conveyed clarity and insight. In this Puritan classic, he not only reveals a theological understanding of the problems of pain and suffering but also preaches from tangible experience; Boston himself had problems in life that caused him great physical and emotional pain. This short but powerful treatise remains deeply relevant today.
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Another quality book from Chapel Library. This issue of the Free Grace Broadcaster includes the following articles: A Report from Heaven by Thomas Boston (1676-1732): The gospel of Jesus Christ is a divine and historical message, a treasure chest of good news to be believed. What Is The Gospel Message? by J. I. Packer: explains that the gospel is comprised of four essential ingredients: a message about God, a message about man, a message about Jesus Christ, and a call to repentance and faith. God's Unspeakable Love by Thomas Manton (1620-1677): the design of salvation is rooted in Gods eternal love. A Right Understanding of Sin by J. C. Ryle (1816-1900): Without a Biblical understanding of sin, one cannot understand his need for the gospel. Crucifixion, Resurrection, and Substitution by Charles Spurgeon (1834-1892): Describes the importance of believing Christ's death on the cross and His rising again in the believer's place. The Call to Repentance by J. C. Ryle (1816-1900): reveals that repentance is a part of preaching the gospel and examines its true nature. Why Is Faith Required? by Thomas Manton (1620-1677): discusses faith and its relation to God, Christ, and obedience. Gospel and Judgment by Charles Spurgeon (1834-1892): the gospel not only declares the love of God, but that He will judge all people in Christ. Pardon for the Greatest Sinner by Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758): the deepest, foulest sins are no obstacle to finding forgiveness in Christ. A Gospel Worth Dying For by Charles Spurgeon (1834-1892): the Apostle Paul was willing to die for the gospel of grace. Why?
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This book was written by the Puritan Thomas Boston at the age of 22. The theme is based on the injunction of Christ to his disciples, to become "fishers of men". Museum Audiobooks strives to present audiobook versions of authentic, unabridged historical texts from prior eras which contain a variety of points of view. The texts do not represent the views or opinions of Museum Audiobooks, and in certain cases may contain perspectives or language that is objectionable to the modern listener.
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Thomas Boston's Human Nature in Its Fourfold State is often regarded as one of Christian literature's best discourses on human nature, tracing it from its perfect beginnings in Eden, through the fall of man, and on to its final state in eternity. According to Boston, the four states of man are the state of innocence, in which God made him; the state of nature, as he has unmade himself; the state of grace, as created in Jesus Christ; and the eternal state, as made by the Judge of All Things. Boston's remarkable insight makes this audiobook a must-listen for Christians the world over.
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Though it would certainly be unkind to give false assurance of salvation to someone who has not been truly converted, it would be equally cruel to withhold comfort and assurance to a weak lamb who suffers with despair over his spiritual state. In his spiritual classic Human Nature in Its Fourfold State, Thomas Boston lists eight "cases" where a true Christian might have spiritual doubts about the authenticity of his faith. Such doubts, Boston notes "may hinder some persons from the comfortable view of their happy state". Thus, he aims to encourage, comfort, and assure those saints who are burdened with such doubts.
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