Love sets down the plain teaching of Scripture demonstrating Presbyterial Government. It is a simple, but profitable, short, but sound teaching on the subject.
This volume has never been published since the time Love’s executors distributed it in 1653. To have this particular volume in print is the very last of Christopher Love’s available works for publication.
Are you ready for battle? In the evil day will you stand firm? Do you have on the whole armor of God? What is your strategy for spiritual warfare? Listen to Mr. Love’s excellent treatise in MP3 format.
Are you ready for battle? Is the devil just a figment of your imagination? In the evil day will you stand firm? Do you have on the whole armor of God? What is your strategy for spiritual warfare?
What will heaven be like? Love’s work is a masterful treatment of Colossians 3:4 showing the glory and happiness prepared for the elect in Christ. This work parallels Love’s book, “Hell’s Terror”.
Are you ready for him to return from heaven? This wonderful work on eschatology by Christopher Love not only combats the impossibility of the 1000 year reign of Christ on the earth, but especially comforts believers in the immanent reality of Jesus’ return from heaven.
This rare set of works by Christopher Love covers hearing the sermon as God intended without distraction while you sit in church listening to the preacher. He also covers buying and selling goods as a Christian steward. It is one of his best works.
Jonathan Edwards said this was one of the best works he’d ever read on the doctrine of hell. I’d have to agree. After reading this works over the years, it is by far one of the top works on hell. Don’t let this one pass you by.
Every Christian needs spiritual direction in the basics of the Christian Life. Christopher Love masterfully applies 1 Cor. 7:30-31 and creates for us a “directory” to demonstrate how Christians should always walk, whether in joy, or in mourning, whether in prosperity, or in poverty. A very convicting read!
Christopher Love’s last words are eminently practical and highly spiritual. This work includes his last sermon ever preached on Job, and the non-before published “Vindication” of the charges that were laid against him before he was beheaded.