A rare work, but a gem, now in print by Thomas Watson - NEW eBook and Paperback

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C. Matthew McMahon

Christian Preacher
Thomas Watson (1620-1686) was one of the most highly esteemed nonconformist Puritans of his day. Today he is an extremely popular preacher for today’s Reformed and Christian audience via his works. Most of Thomas Watson’s works are in print. They are filled with sound doctrine, practical wisdom, and heart-searching application. He is one of the most well-known and quoted Puritans.


This rare and never before published work is a treatise on Revelation 11:3, “And I will give power to my two witnesses, and they shall prophesy a thousand two hundred and three score days clothed in sackcloth.” Watson explains who the two witnesses are, and makes practical application of how Christians today must and will suffer persecution for the sake of the Law and the Gospel. Do you? How much do you suffer for Christ's Law and Christ's Gospel? The Law is a reflection of who God is. The Gospel is an announcement of what God does, and has done through Jesus Christ on the cross. As a result, Watson shows that it is expedient we should pass under the cross, to inherit the crown of glory. AN awesome work by one of the easiest Puritans to read and soak in.


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Suffering for the Law and the Gospel - by Thomas Watson (1620-1686) | The Puritan Shop

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Suffering for the Law and the Gospel by Thomas Watson (Paperback)

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Thanks, ordered it!

One question: I have ordered many items from your fine service, but wonder why you do not provide a table of contents for the PDF files. I always end up adding my own ToC to these pdfs.
 

C. Matthew McMahon

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ePubs and mobi files have active tables in them. The PDF is just a static document - no moving parts. It is the "resave" of the actual paperback or hardback book itself. The other files are actually recreated to have tables and active content.
 
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