I heartily recommend this book to every believer.
Watson, after giving his main points, asks and answers possible questions that may come to mind while reading, something he continues throughout the book.
The meat of this book is the nature of repentance that consists of sight, sorrow, confession, shame, hatred and turning from sin.
Speaks very clearly to the condition of man. Easy read despite the age of the book and the topic is always relevant to the believer.Published 1 month ago by kevin Courtney
I would consider myself well read in theology and in Puritan writings, but I will say that this is the most influential secondary source I have ever read. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Patrick Harden
Watson has written a thorough exploration of the Scripture's teaching on repentance, though he has not written it as an expositional work, but rather as a pastoral guide for... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Aaron Carpenter
Thomas Watson is an excellent communicator, often uses Q&A format and Listing reasons for his recommendations. Gives scripture references and states "Uses" for the advice. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Ashburn, Virginia
Another great book from a great puritan writer I highly recommend. Good Christian writers are hard to come by and Thomas Watson is outstanding.Published 11 months ago by mitchbo
I can't think of any book on the topic that has bettered this one. Watson is a master of the heart, a theologian but not a theolog.Published 17 months ago by Baruch Maoz
This classic by Watson is a must read for any Christian taking their first steps into Puritan theology, as Watson is clear, concise, and makes valid points backed up by scripture. Read morePublished 18 months ago by CJ
This has become one of my favorite books. Thomas Watson's books are excellent and right with scripture. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Sharon L. Banks