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Rules for Our Walking With God - by Jeremiah Burroughs (1599-1646)

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How are Christians to walk with God like Enoch? Are you walking with God as God requires? What does God require of you in order to know whether you walk with him or not? More Info »

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The Duty of Reformation in Light of God's Mercies - by Thomas Gouge (1605-1681)

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Do you long for reformation and spiritual revival? Even though God has given Christians blessing upon blessing, and mercy piled onto mercy, if Christians answer God’s abundant blessing by sinning against him, what then should they expect? More Info »

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The Art of Happiness - by Francis Rous (1579–1659)

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Who doesn't want to be happy? This historically praised work by Westminster Divine Francis Rous masterfully explains how you may attain true happiness, both now and into eternity. I don't know of a better work on this subject than this puritan gem! More Info »

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The Christian's Duty Towards Reformation - by Thomas Ford (1598–1674)

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Are you ready for Reformation to occur? Thomas Ford says that you must not only be ready for it to occur, but that you must be settled to see it through to the end. This is EVERY Christian's duty before God daily. Ford masterfully deals with Josiah's reformation, and why it did not last through to the end after the King's death. This is truly an important work on discerning the manner in which God will bless true biblical reformation. More Info »

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Practical Theology for Everyone - by Thomas Mockett (or Mocket) (1602-1670)

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It is one thing to understand theological concepts in systematic theology, but it wholly another to apply those concepts in your daily life to the glory of God. Are you a "practical" Christian? Mockett covers everything from the knowledge of God, to how to be courteous to others in this rare and unique work on practical theology. More Info »

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The Christian's Troubles and Deliverance by God - by Thomas Mockett (or Mocket) (1602-1670)

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What do you do when your husband or wife dies unexpectedly? When you lose your job of 20 years? When you are thrust into a trial or difficulty and know God has orchestrated its every point? Do you focus on God, or the trial at hand? Mockett touches the lives of every Christian with this work, showing how God not only brings us into trials and difficulties, but also orders its deliverance. This is an extremely practical work for the daily life of the believer. More Info »

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The Christian's Duty to Reject Christmas - Thomas Mockett (or Mocket) (1602-1670)

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Is Jesus the "Reason for the Christmas Season?" No. As a matter of fact, we have no warrant in the Word of God to reclaim Christmas for Jesus Christ. Thomas Mockett uses biblical precision in rescuing the Regulative Principle from our sinful desires to reclaim the Christmas holiday, and shows sincere Christians what God requires in true worship. More Info »

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The Christian's Duty to Forsake All for Jesus Christ - by Thomas Mockett (or Mocket) (1602-1670)

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Practically speaking, how much of the world have you forsaken for God? Some of it, part of it, a little bit of it? Most of it? Or ALL of it? To be a child of the Kingdom, and a disciple of Jesus, you must forsake everything for him. Thomas Mockett's exceptional work is a Christian armory to aid the believer in seeing how they may forsake everything for Jesus Christ, (an unpopular notion in 21st century materialistic America). More Info »

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Delivered From All Our Sins - by Nicholas Byfield (1579–1622)

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What should a sinner first do in inquiring how to be rid of all his sins? Byfield (almost exhaustively) catalogs the Biblical sins which must be fully repented of during conversion before God. This is far different than the church pastor today who simply wants you to say the sinner's prayer. Byfield stands in complete opposition to this, and shows, biblically, how repentance ought to be sought, and what should be repented of. What Christian or God-fearer would not want to be rid of all their sins through Christ? More Info »

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The Christian's Duty to Walk Wisely - by Matthew Mead (1630-1699)

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This is, no doubt, one of the best works we've ever published. In a simple and easy to follow manner, in two parts, Mead teaches Christians how to fight against Satan's temptations, and walk wisely in the trials that come to them from God. Secondly, he also shows the Christian how to love Christ more, and love the world less. This is a rare puritan work, and ought to be required reading for every Christian who desires to combat the world, the flesh and devil so that they might walk wisely before God. More Info »

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The Precious Seeds of Reformation - by Humphrey Hardwicke (n.d.)

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How willing are you to be used of God for the work of Reformation? Is reforming the church precious to you? Such work is hard, and often in the midst of being hated and ridiculed, even by complacent Christians in the church. In this rare puritan work, Hardwicke explains how our sowing in tears will ultimately, in God's timing, be filled with reaping in joy. We are not to live in doubt of God's work of providence for the good of his people! More Info »

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The Saint's Communion With God - by William Strong, A.M. (d. 1654)

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How close are you to Jesus Christ? Do you have a communion with God that you would say is "very near?" This extraordinary work by Westminster Divine, William Strong, is something you might never hear preached in today's pulpits. It may be the greatest work on "union with Christ in his ordinances" that was ever written. It is a puritan gem not to be missed. More Info »

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God With Us, and Other Works - by John Strickland (1601-1670)

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God always remains faithful to his church, and to his people. God is invincible, and makes his church to be invincible against her enemies, though sometimes the church may go through difficult trials. Strickland teaches us that as a church, and as individual Christians, God is with us. More Info »

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God’s Afflicting Providence, and Other Works - by Francis Roberts (1609-1675)

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It is impossible to say that this book is worth the cost of just one of these three sections alone since all three are so powerful and helpful that the Christian will not walk away from them unchanged. Roberts is a “must-read” puritan and these works are examples of some of his best writings. Topics covered are God's providence, broken-heartedness for sin, and the manner in which Christians live in both life and death. More Info »

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A Treatise on Heavenly Mindedness - by Thomas Jollie (1629-1703)

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Is your mind set on Christ over and above the things of the world? Are you heavenly minded or earthliminded? Thomas Jollie walks us through how being heavenly minded concerning God and Christ can radically transform the way we live minute by minute here on earth. More Info »

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The Saint's Will Judge the World, and Other Sermons - by Daniel Cawdrey (1588-1664)

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The unsaved often act wickedly in the sight of Christians. Do they not know that the, "saints will judge the world?" Cawdrey masterfully explains the biblical position in this unique sermon, showing how the saints will one day bring such things into account. This is the last of his works to be published and comprises three never before published works. More Info »

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Gradual Reformation Intolerable - by C. Matthew McMahon and Anthony Burgess (1600-1663)

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Is there a need for a biblical reformation today? The answer on that is a Bible-thumping YES! But should it happen slowly and gradually? Was this the method Christ used in preaching, or the Reformers? McMahon and Burgess team up to give the thoughtful Christian a biblical foundation to promote current reformation in their church and their homes. More Info »

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Psalm 96: A Theology of Praise - by C. Matthew McMahon

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We often hear about prayer, but we hear very little about praise. We know how to ask God for things we think we need, but how often do we take time to praise him for who he is and what he has done? Psalm 96 not only answers those questions, but it gives us a complete theology of praise. It tells us how we should praise God and why we should praise God. More Info »

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The Rules of a Holy Life - by Nicholas Byfield (1579–1622)

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Are you living your life as a holy Christian? Did you know the Bible gives us directives and rules to follow that concern every area of the Christian walk? These are not Pharisaical rules, but rules that aid us to be more like Jesus Christ. In walking the Christian down the road of Christianity, Byfield teaches us what it means to be a Christian by summarizing the rules God has given us to live according to the Gospel. An outstanding work! More Info »

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The Promises of God - by Nicholas Byfield (1579–1622)

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God has promises to his church to aid them by the power of the Holy Spirit to live a victorious life in Christ. Byfield explains how this is done, and his section on “objections and solutions” is worth the cost of this volume alone. More Info »

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A Door Opening Into Everlasting Life - by Andrew Gray (1634-1656)

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Andrew Gray was an exceptionally gifted young preacher. This work is a set of 5 treatises to establish the heart of believers in Christ and give them assurance. Gray is one of the easiest Scottish puritans to read. More Info »

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The Rock of Israel and Other Sermons - by Edmund Staunton (1600-1671)

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Do you stand on the Rock of Israel? Are you confident that upon death you will be in the arms of the Father? Are you zealous in your walk before the eyes of Jesus Christ? These are the topics that Westminster Assembly divine Edmund Stanton tackles. Just his bio alone is worth reading. More Info »

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The Marks of a Godly Man - by Daniel Burgess (1645-1713)

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Would other people say you are a heathen or a Christian? Daniel Burgess masterfully explains the difference between the heart of a wicked unconverted man and the heart of a truly changed man in Jesus Christ with the 5 marks of a godly man. More Info »

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Stand Still: A Bridle Against Murmuring - by John Brinsley (1600-1665)

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Do you question God? Are you satisfied with all the providences of God in your life? Are you content to follow where God leads? This work by Brinsley will help you see what the sin of murmuring will do to your life and walk. He shows the Christian church what it means to stand still before the Living God. More Info »

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Foolish Talking and Jesting Described and Condemned - by Daniel Burgess (1645-1713)

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This is one of those works that every Christian should read, but no one will buy. Why? Christians will have a difficult time dealing with the hard truths of this work because every word, every thought, every time they "jest" in a manner not worthy of the Gospel, they bring reproach on God and Christ. This work challenges Christians to clean out their mouths. More Info »

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Church Reformation Tenderly Handled - by John Brinsley (1600-1665)

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Every church member, every elder, every minister, every head of household should desire to see REFORMATION. In this wonderful work, Brinsley explains how church reformation should take place both in the church and in the home. For those desiring to see God move by his Spirit in true revival within the church and family of Christian believers, this book a treat. More Info »

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