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John Newton is of course the author of the hymn Amazing Grace, constantly reminding us of our great need for a great savior. In the course of his lifetime, John Newton wrote some profound letters, which you can read in a publication by Banner of Truth (click here). To read a biography on John Newton consider one of the following:
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An English Puritan, Thomas Watson is known for his hours of study. This particular quote comes from his great doctrinal work, A Body of Divinity. His writings are intense and practical, worthy of an investment of your time. I would recommend reading The Godly Man’s Picture. Or, if you desire something heavier, A Body of Divinity is the way to go. Click the links to find out more information about the books; if you desire to see more of his works, click here.
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Little information is known about William Gurnall except that he was an english puritan of the 1600’s. He is best known for writing the spectacular treaty on Ephesians 6:10-20 which was published under the title The Christian in Complete Armour. It is a book worth investing your time in. You can pick up a copy by clicking here.
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Clint Archer is the pastor Hillcrest Baptist Church in South Africa and is known author who blogs regularly at The Cripplegate. He has written several books (which you can find here). This particular quote comes from his book, A Visitor’s Guide to Hell.
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Today we celebrate 500 years since Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses on the church door. May we be reminded today of the seriousness of the Bible’s integrity. For a good biography on Martin Luther, I would recommend the following:
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