FLAVEL KEEPING THE HEART PDF

John Flavel — pdf , 14 pp. Opens the excellency of the subject 1 Corinthians — pdf , 11 pp. Sets forth Christ in his essential and primeval glory Proverbs — pdf , 10 pp. Opens the covenant of redemption betwixt the Father and the Redeemer Isaiah — pdf , 11 pp.

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John Flavel — pdf , 14 pp. Opens the excellency of the subject 1 Corinthians — pdf , 11 pp. Sets forth Christ in his essential and primeval glory Proverbs — pdf , 10 pp.

Opens the covenant of redemption betwixt the Father and the Redeemer Isaiah — pdf , 11 pp. Opens the admirable love of God in giving his own Son for us John — pdf , 11 pp. Of the authority by which Christ, as Mediator, acted John — pdf , 11 pp. Of the solemn consecration of the Mediator John — pdf , 11 pp. The nature and necessity of the priesthood of Christ Hebrews — pdf , 11 pp. Of the intercession of Christ our High-Priest, being the second act of part of his priestly office Hebrews — pdf , 12 pp.

A vindication of the satisfaction of Christ, as the first effect or fruit of his priesthood Galatians — pdf , 12 pp. Of the blessed inheritance purchased by the oblation of Christ, being the second effect or fruit of his priesthood Galatians —5 — pdf , 11 pp. Of the kingly office of Christ, as it is executed spiritually upon the souls of the redeemed 2 Corinthians — pdf , 14 pp. Of the kingly office of Christ, as it is providentially executed in the world, for the redeemed Ephesians — pdf , 13 pp.

The second preparative act of Christ for his own death 1 Corinthians —25 — pdf , 12 pp. The third preparative act of Christ for his own death Luke —44 — pdf , 13 pp. The second and third preparatives for the death of Christ, by his illegal trial and condemnation Luke —24 — pdf , 13 pp. Of the signal providence, which directed and ordered the title affixed to the cross of Christ Luke — pdf , 11 pp.

Of the instructiveness of the death of Christ, in his seven last words; the first of which is here illustrated Luke — pdf , 14 pp. The second excellent word of Christ upon the cross, illustrated John — pdf , 11 pp. The fourth excellent saying of Christ upon the cross, illustrated Matthew — pdf , 13 pp. The fifth excellent saying of Christ upon the cross, illustrated John — pdf , 12 pp.

The sixth excellent saying of Christ upon the cross, illustrated John — pdf , 13 pp. The seventh and last word which Christ breathed out his soul, illustrated Luke — pdf , 13 pp.

The ascension of Christ illustrated, and variously improved, being the second step of his exaltation John — pdf , 13 pp.

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Keeping the Heart (Puritan Classics)

You can pick up books on how a Christian should act in all kinds of matters, but Flavel argues that there is nothing more important than for a Christian to be aware of their own heart. Unsurprisingly Flavel is crystal clear that we first need our hearts to be regenerated by God as we hear the gospel and respond in faith, i. How often do I inspect my own motivations? How often do I examine that thought-process, or consider why I acted the way I did in that situation? But not only does Flavel focus on the heart rather than externals, it also becomes evident that he is particularly perceptive in grasping the way our hearts work. For me, this is where his understanding of our hearts really shines through.

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Jan 14, Ronnie Nichols rated it it was amazing My goal in is to read some of the timeless "Christian Classics" that have made an impact on the body of Christ and are heralded as the best works in Christian literature. This book is not for the name it claim it crowd of modern evangelicalism but for the true child of God who needs to be reminded to "check thyself before ye wreck thyself". Steeped in Scripture, doctrine, reproof, correction, exhortation, this devotional has it all. My goal in is to read some of the timeless "Christian Classics" that have made an impact on the body of Christ and are heralded as the best works in Christian literature. That the pains and labours which many persons have undergone in religion are of no value, and will turn to no good account. Many splendid services have been performed by men, which God will utterly reject: they will not stand on record in order to an eternal acceptance, because the performers took no heed to keep their hearts with God. This is that fatal rock on which thousands of vain professors dash and ruin themselves eternally; they are exact about the externals of religion, but regardless of their hearts.

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