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Discussion in 'Puritan Literature' started by Wayne, Sep 28, 2012.
Looking for a few recommendations of good Puritan treatments on the subject of the fear of God.
This is a wonderful read: "The Great Gain of Godliness" by Thomas Watson. He comments on Malachi 3:16-18.
Just consulted Robert P. Martin. He has this on the topic:
William Bates - "On the Fear of God". 3:167-229
Thomas Boston - "Fear and Hope". 9:66-95
Thomas Boston - "The Happiness of Fearing Alway". 3:5-12
William Bridge - 2:422-31
John Bunyan - "A Treatise on the Fear of God". 1:437-91
Jeremiah Burroughs - "Gospel Fear"
John Flavel - "A Practical Treatise on Fear". 3:239-320
Matthew Henry - "Hope and Fear Balanced". 2:299-314
Thomas Manton - "Sermon on Malachi 3:17" 18:337-47
For some reason I didn't think to look at Martin's guide. Thanks, Alex.
Fear of God...
John Owen makes a great case on the fear of God and for your soul in Mortification of Sin.
Bunyan's treatise on the fear of God is on the web, here :