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July 01 , 2007

The Digital Puritan - Vol.II, No.4


"The Digital Puritan" is a quarterly digest of helpful Puritan works. Each article is carefully edited and formatted to maximize readability. This edition contains the following articles:

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1. Pray for Everything - David Clarkson. Clarkson shows how by praying, our weakness is made to draw upon his omnipotence.
2. How May We Attain to Love God With All Our Hearts, Souls, and Minds? - Samuel Annesley. Based on Matthew 22:37-38, this sermon introduced the Morning Exercises at Cripplegate.
3. How Ought We to Love Our Neighbours as Ourselves? - John Milward. One of only two sermons from this Puritan pastor that survived the passage of time.
4. How the Word is to be Read and Heard - Thomas Boston. A sermon on Luke 8:18, "Take heed therefore how ye hear."
5. A Penitent Heart, the Best New Year's Gift - George Whitefield. A passionate and compelling plea for all to come to new birth in Christ.
6. The Puritans in Verse: "My Song is Love Unknown" by Samuel Crossman.

Includes an end-note section which has over 500 Scripture references (in the ESV) and helpful notes hyperlinked to the articles. No internet connection is required.

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