This is a replica of the original rare book; it may have notations, light type, or aged paper. Original Published by: Printed by W. Bentley for L. Sadler and R. Beaumont in 1651; Subjects: Contentment; Psychology / Emotions; Religion / Christian Life / General; Religion / Mysticism; Religion / Sermons / Christian;
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Jeremiah Burroughs (1600-1646) harmoniously combined in his own person qualities that might be considered incompatible: a fervent zeal for doctrinal purity and worship and a peaceable spirit which longed and labored for Christian unity. It is said that his heart was broken by the divisions among the Puritan reformers in the 1640s and that this contributed to his premature death at age forty-six.
'J. I. Packer says that the Puritans are the theological and devotional Redwoods of the western world.1 My own experience is that no one comes close to the skill they have in taking the razor-like scalpel of Scripture, and lancing the boils of my corruption, cutting out the cancers of my God-belittling habits of mind, and amputating the limbs of my disobedience. They are simply in a class by themselves.' --John Piper
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