5 Marks of Biblical Reformation by C. Matthew McMahon

Everybody loves to claim the magisterial reformation for their own! Everyone wants to be a reformer in that way. But take God’s principles of a Biblical Reformation and apply them to the church in practical daily living, then that’s a different story all together.

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

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.

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

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!