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The Pilgrim's Progress by [Bunyan, John]
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John Bunyan was born in Elstow, near Bedford, in 1628, the son of Thomas Bunyan and Margaret Bentley. He followed his father into the tinker's trade but rebelled against God and 'had but few equals, both for cursing, swearing, lying, and blaspheming the holy name of God'. As a teenager, he joined Cromwell's New Model Army, but continued his rebellious ways. His life was saved on one occasion when a fellow-soldier took his place at the siege of Leicester, and 'as he stood sentinel he was shot in the head with a musket bullet and died'.

Discharged from the army after three years, Bunyan married a God-fearing woman (whose name is unknown) in 1648, who brought two books to the marriage: 'The Plain Man's Pathway to Heaven' (Arthur Dent) and 'The Practice of Piety' (Lewis Bayly). These convicted Bunyan of his sin and he made attempts to reform his life. But he realised that he was lost and without Christ when he came into contact with a group of women whose joyous conversation about the new birth and Christ deeply impressed him . In 1651 the women introduced him to their pastor in Bedford, John Gifford, who was instrumental in leading Bunyan to repentance and faith.

That same year he moved to Bedford with his wife and four children, including Mary, his firstborn, who had been blind from birth. He was baptised by immersion in the River Ouse in 1653. Appointed a deacon of Gifford's church, Bunyan's testimony was used to lead several people to conversion. By 1655 Bunyan was himself preaching to various congregations in Bedford, and hundreds came to hear him. John Owen said of him that he would gladly exchange all his learning for Bunyan s power of touching men's hearts.

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  • File Size: 1507 KB
  • Print Length: 134 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1975771699
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: May 30, 2017
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B072PY9P9K
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