Really dense book but super informative and really historical.
The author insightfully observes that the degree to which one will go to avoid all sinful occasions is a measure of the strength of one's graces.
This particular Kindle version is much more accessible to readers who find it difficult to read Elizabethan English.
Brooks is an amazing communicator of biblical truth. His excellent use of scripture is refreshing in modern day church culture. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Bruce Grimmet
Love this book. A book all Christians should read. Brooks goes over all of the devices that Satan uses to encourage us to sin.Published 14 days ago by Gilbert
Only just beginning and sometimes I wonder about the type format, like if things aren't missing in this modern version. Read morePublished 1 month ago by KevinS
I was not expecting to be so drawn in to this book. It reminded me a lot of ScrewTape Letters by CS Lewis.Published 1 month ago by christine
This book was referenced during a sermon. It's not a quick read, by any means. It is a classic that I come back to every now and then. Filled with truth.Published 2 months ago by HeartNote
best book about Satan and sin, I found is by Duncan Heaster, The Real Devil. It will challenge everything you've been believing about the devil and satan. I'm in awe!Published 3 months ago by LBR
I received this item as a gift from my pastor after a conversation we had. I am so glad he sent it over to me. Read morePublished 3 months ago by PB_Hello
Really dense book but super informative and really historical. This book was written so long ago yet the information is super practical and just saturated with wisdom on this... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Taylor Adams