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Doctrine Of Repentance (Puritan Paperbacks) [Paperback]

By Watson Thomas (Author)
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Pages   128
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 7.28" Width: 4.82" Height: 0.39"
Weight:   0.28 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Mar 1, 1988
Publisher   BANNER OF TRUTH #535
ISBN  0851515215  
EAN  9780851515212  


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Knowing what repentance is, and actually repenting, are essential to true Christianity. Few better guides have existed in any area of spiritual experience than Thomas Watson.

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Thomas Watson lived in London. Thomas Watson was born in 1620 and died in 1686.

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Reviews - What do our customers think?
Easy read but deep information  Jan 4, 2007
The Lord has really been laying on my heart how we have lost the message of repentance - and without is, one cannot truly understand grace. This book gets back to this basic doctrine that should not be ignored!
 
A must read for the committed Christian  Jun 13, 2006
Excellant! If you are serious about your walk with Christ you must read this book. Watson nails the heart of repentance. He takes you down the road that calls you to place your hope and trust in Christ. Watson calls us to remember that Christ will never be sweet ubtil our sin is bitter.
 
Part of God's Saving Work  Jun 17, 2005
A book exclusively on repentance is exceedingly rare in our day, almost non-existent. This is especially noteworthy when one considers the significance of the doctrine. Watson notes in the introduction that faith and repentance are the two great graces essential to a Christian in this life. The Puritans preached and wrote on this doctrine far more often and in much greater detail than has been the case in the last century. I believe this is because they understood its importance as an indispensable part of the saving work of God in the souls of men. In setting forth the nature of true repentance Thomas Watson gives us six ingredients that are present inwardly and outwardly:1.A sight of sin 2.sorrow for sin 3.confession of sin 4.shame for sin 5.hatred for sin 6.turning for sin. He also gives Biblical examples that help to illustrate each of the components of repentance. In opening up what it is to turn from sin Watson writes with characteristic depth on p.54"It must be a turning from all sin... so a true convert seeks the destruction of every lust. He knows how dangerous it is to entertain any one sin. He that hides one rebel in his house is a traitor to the crown... ."The Puritans were concerned with teaching doctrine but they wanted that doctrine applied to the heart with power by the Spirit of God. This can be seen in the exortations and powerful motives to repentance that are given in chapters six through eight. Some of the motives being:that repentance prepares us for every holy duty,mercy is given to those who are penitent, it is the end of all the afflictions that the Lord sends and the day of judgement is coming. The enourmous value of this book can be seen by the emphasis that the Word of God gives to the doctirne of repentance, by the scarcity of books on the subject and by the authors piety,gifts and usefulness in the service of his Lord and King.
 
Want to take sin seriously?  Aug 2, 2002
The culture in which we live, blinds our eyes, and numbs our consciences. Our day-to-day emersion desensitizes us to the point where we are unable to see evil in sin. The conquest of our minds is reflected in our actions, our entertainment, our humor, and our vocabulary (significant other, homophobe). We salivate like Pavlov's dog in the presence of temptation. By subtle, gradual, incremental slips, we earn our place in hell. One day, we arrive therein insensible of how or why. If you would bethink yourself to resist an effortless descent, read this book. Also consider "Battlefield of the Mind: How to Win the War in Your Mind" by Joyce Meyer, and "There's Dynamite in Praise" by Don Gossett.

Excerpt from Chapter 3, "The Nature of True Repentance (1)":

Sin must first be seen before it can be wept for.

"Hence I infer that where there is no sight of sin, there can be no repentance. Many who can spy faults in others see none in themselves. They cry that they have good hearts. Is it not strange that two should live together, and eat and drink together, yet not know each other? Such is the case of a sinner. His body and soul live together, work together, yet he is unacquainted with himself. He knows not his own heart, nor what hell he carries about him. Under a veil a deformed face is hid. Persons are veiled over with ignorance and self-love; therefore they see not what deformed souls they have. The devil does with them as the falconer with the hawk. He blinds them and carries them hooded to hell: `the sword shall be upon his right eye' (Zech. 11.17). Men have insight enough into worldly matters, but the eye of their mind is smitten. They do not see any evil in sin; the sword is upon their right eye."

End of Excerpt.

 
Want to take sin seriously?  Aug 2, 2002
The culture in which we live, blinds our eyes, and numbs our consciences. Our day-to-day emersion desensitizes us to the point where we are unable to see evil in sin. The conquest of our minds is reflected in our actions, our entertainment, our humor, and our vocabulary (significant other, homophobe). We salivate lidke Pavlov's dog in the presence of temptation. By subtle, gradual, incremental slips, we earn our place in hell. One day, we arrive therein insensible of how or why. If you would bethink yourself to resist an effortless descent, read this book. Also consider "Battlefield of the Mind: How to Win the War in Your Mind" by Joyce Meyer, and "There's Dynamite in Praise" by Don Gossett.

Excerpt from Chapter 3, "The Nature of True Repentance (1)":

Sin must first be seen before it can be wept for.

"Hence I infer that where there is no sight of sin, there can be no repentance. Many who can spy faults in others see none in themselves. They cry that they have good hearts. Is it not strange that two should live together, and eat and drink together, yet not know each other? Such is the case of a sinner. His body and soul live together, work together, yet he is unacquainted with himself. He knows not his own heart, nor what hell he carries about him. Under a veil a deformed face is hid. Persons are veiled over with ignorance and self-love; therefore they see not what deformed souls they have. The devil does with them as the falconer with the hawk. He blinds them and carries them hooded to hell: `the sword shall be upon his right eye' (Zech. 11.17). Men have insight enough into worldly matters, but the eye of their mind is smitten. They do not see any evil in sin; the sword is upon their right eye."

End of Excerpt.

 

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