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Advice to Sufferers This Work By John Bunyan, Author Of Pilgrims Progress , Is An Encourage For Those Christians Who Are Suffering Under Any Means The Church Today Can Learn How To Suffer Well From A Man Who Spent Many Years In Prison For Merely Preaching The Gospel Of Christ Includes A Hyperlinks To Every Chapter From The Table Of Contents And Every Footnote.


10 thoughts on “Advice to Sufferers

  1. says:

    This was reviewed at AletheiaBaptistMinistries.orgHaving read as much of Bunyan that I could, including The Pilgrim s Progress several times, I have to rate this lesser known treatise at least second to the great classic The editor of the reprinted edition writes, This valuable treatise was first published in a pocket volume in 1684, and has only been reprinted in Whitfield s edition of Bunyan s works, 2 vols Folio, 1767 Bunyan was especially qualified to write on suffering, spending almost thirteen years in jail for preaching the gospel and in constant fear of losing his life either by death or by unending incarceration From that jail on the river Ouse he could see to the south the church where John Gifford the Interpreter had led him to Christ to the east he could see the place in the river where Gifford had baptized him and to the north he could see the small barn like building where his church met, and beyond that his very home where his wife and children waited for his return When he was finally released he continued to pastor the small congregation for the rest of his life Bunyan died after riding to London in inclement weather and developing a bad cold He was buried in Bunhill Fields, the Dissenter s Graveyard, rather than being returned to his home in Bedford.Here are a few excerpts This is the advi...


  2. says:

    This is an in depth study on the 17th century view of persecution It gives you a sense of the spirituality that brought oppressed believers through the fire There is no elongated wrangling over the causes of pain and suffering Rather, it is embraced as normative for the journey The wording is challeng...


  3. says:

    This was absolutely excellent It is taken from his larger works, but it is Bunyan s exposition of 1 Peter 4 19 Wherefore let them that suffer according to the will of God commit the keeping of their souls to him in well doing, as unto a faithful Creator Bunyan was a man who knew suffering well, being imprisoned fo...


  4. says:

    this book was probably closer to a three and a half because of the writing style but I had never heard of Bunyan s other books well written well thought out good, if not great, information besides the old writing style, it was a winner all around glad I read ...


  5. says:

    Spice of graceGives the answer to so many types of suffering I love the discourse of God not just as King and Father but as Creator The language is a little difficult, but worth the effort.


  6. says:

    Read half way through then it became very repetitive and not understandable


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