Dec 23, 2011

Books by John Bunyan (1628-1688)

J.C. Philpot on John Bunyan
Bunyan was a most prolific writer. His mind teemed with divine thoughts. His heart was ever bubbling up with good matter, and this made his tongue the pen of a ready writer. Besides the "Pilgrim's Progress" and "Grace Abounding," his two best works, for in them his whole heart lay, his "Holy War," "The Two Covenants," his little "Treatise on Prayer," his "Broken Heart the Best Sacrifice," and others which we need not name, are deeply impregnated with Bunyan's peculiar power and spirit. There is some powerful writing in the three treatises contained in the little volume before us. That he is in places somewhat legal, and speaks too much of the "offers" of the gospel, we freely admit. This was the prevailing theology of the day, from which scarcely any writer of that period was free. But he sometimes employs the word "offers" where we should rather use the term "promises" or "invitations;" these said "offers" being not so much offers of grace to dead sinners as promises of mercy to God's living family who feel they are sinners. But we are unwilling to dwell on his blemishes. The Lord, whose servant he was, honored him in life, was with him in death, and his name will be dear to the church of God while there is a remnant on the earth.

A Few Sighs From Hell (182 pages)
The Doctrine of the Law and Grace Unfolded (266 pages)
A Discourse Touching Prayer (63 pages)
The Holy City (183 pages)
The Resurrection of the Dead and Eternal Judgment (141 pages)
Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners (120 pages)
Christian Behavior (87 pages)
Reprobation Asserted (76 pages)
The Strait Gate (92 pages)
The Pilgrim's Progress - Part One (293 pages)
A Treatise of the Fear of God (171 pages)
The Life and Death of Mr. Badman (246 pages)
Come and Welcome to Jesus Christ (195 pages)
The Holy War (316 pages)
The Greatness of the Soul (146 pages)
Advice to sufferers (154 pages)
The Pilgrim's Progress - Part Two (235 pages)
The Barren Fig Tree (80 pages)
The Water of Life (69 pages)
John Bunyan's Last Sermon (9 pages)
The Work of Jesus Christ as an Advocate (153 pages)
The Jerusalem Sinner Saved (117 pages)
An Exposition on the First Ten Chapters of Genesis (288 pages)
Of Antichrist and His Ruin (128 pages)
Christ a Complete Saviour (119 pages)
The Saints' Knowledge of Christ's Love (115 pages)
A Discourse of the House of the Forest of Lebanon (88 pages)
The Excellency of a Broken Heart (107 pages)
The Heavenly Footman (60 pages)
A Relation of My Imprisonment (40 pages)
Justification by an Imputed Righteousness (103 pages)
A Discourse Upon the Pharisee and the Publican (195 pages)
Saved by Grace (87)
One Thing Is Needful (51 pages)
Ebal and Gerizzim - The Blessing and the Curse (43 pages)
A Book For Boys and Girls (61 pages)
Prison Meditations (14 pages)
The Warrant for John Bunyan's Arrest (3 pages)
Mr. John Bunyan's Dying Sayings (10 pages)
A Memoir On John Bunyan (36 pages)
Spurgeon on Bunyan (10 pages)

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