The Christian in Complete Armour: Daily Readings in Spiritual Warfare is packed with truths for spiritual triumph.
Originally written in the seventeenth century by Pastor William Gurnall, The Christian in Complete Armour is among the most highly regarded Christian books ever written in the English language. Charles Spurgeon called it "the best thought breeder in our library."
This version, edited into modern English and compiled into 365 readings by editor James S. Bell Jr., gives Christians soul-searching and inspiring devotional supplements to the Bible. For baby believers and seasoned ones alike, The Christian in Complete Armour: Daily Readings in Spiritual Warfare will help readers walk and stand in the triumph of Christ.
He himfelf, as he tells us, towards the clofe, apprehended this to be one of the greateft and bell: works, that'he ever put his hand to, and he'had the'pleafure to find it eminently ufeful. In the account given of his publications, in his Life, he fays, I have great canfo to be thankful to God, for the fuccefs of that book, as hoping many thoufand fouls are the better for it, in that it prevailed Upon many minifiers to fet upon that work, which, I there exhorted them to. Even from beyond the feas, Ihave had letters of requeil, to dire l: them how they might con dua: that work, according as that book had con vinced them, it was their duty.
Dr. Bates, in his funeral lermon for Mr. Baxter, after a high encomium on his other works.
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