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If you want to live a mature Christian life, please read this book.
In this book, Law challenges the reader to respond to his "serious call" (and he was very serious when he wrote it) to devout living.
Our redemption and reconciliation with God requires our removing this wrath and embracing the divine love always freely offered.
Found this while reading GK Chesterton - he said it changed his life and I can understand that
Very straightforward common sense advice - simple and universal truths told... Read more
William Law (1686-1761) wrote A Serious Call in 1729, this book was published in Audiobook form by Christian Audio for the first time 2/2014 and Narrated by Maurice England. Read morePublished 4 months ago by PerryMartinBookReviews
An excellent read for those desireiing to glorify God in their daily life. I would recommend this read for Christians.Published 10 months ago by Peter Pecoraro
Without question, the most anointed, inspiring and convicting book outside of the Word of God that I have ever read. Read morePublished 12 months ago by CKRoe
This abridgement of the original text was edited by a group of laymen in the 1950s to make it more readable and accessible to the 20th century reader. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Linda R. Gabriel
I had a print copy of this book by William Law for years. I thought I would add it to my e-reader. I was especially happy that I could get it for cheap! Read morePublished 19 months ago by Douglas A. Nicely
Not an easy read for me but it makes some very good points. It is very worthwhile to read in my opinionPublished 20 months ago by Roman's Road
It is so great to have access to some of the Christian classics from the past. We don't hear straight talk like this very often. Thank you.Published 23 months ago by Nancy McRae
Refreshing to read the inspiring words of William Law, written in the 1700's. The realization that this theologian may have influenced the faith and thinking of America's founding... Read morePublished 24 months ago by carpenterson