The Pride, Fall and Restitution of King Nebuchadnezzar, by Henry Smith (1550–1591)
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Henry Smith (ca. 1550–1591) was an English clergyman, widely regarded as “the most popular Puritan preacher of Elizabethan London.” His sermons at St. Clement Danes drew enormous crowds, and earned him a reputation as the “Silver Tongued Preacher”.
In this work Henry Smith explains, verse by verse, Daniel 4:29-34 concerning the life and actions of king Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon. Though this work is insightful into the manner of kings and magistrates, as Nebuchadnezzar was, it is also extremely helpful on the sin of pride, which every Christian struggles to overcome. Nebuchadnezzar boasts, and demonstrates his pride over the “city he built” and then is brought low like a beast until God graciously delivers him. His deliverance is marked with looking up to heaven while spending time in the wilderness among the animals as a beast, and acknowledges that God is the one true Most high above all men. A classic work that will humble the Christian, and should not be missed.
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