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Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners: A Faithful Account of the Life and Death of John Bunyan -- "John Bunyan's autobiography, written while he was imprisoned for holding unsanctioned religious services and first published in 1666, is the unsparing account of one man's spiritual journey from atheism and blasphemy to devout Christianity. A reckless and profane youth leads Bunyan to despair in the belief that he has committed unforgivable sins. But two religious books belonging to his wife set Bunyan on the straight and narrow and a lifetime of pious devotion. Honest and unblinking in his self-assessment, Bunyan saw it as his duty to tell his story, warts and all, in order to comfort all those struggling with their faith. This classic of religious literature continues to be essential reading for the faithful and for students of great English literature.

English preacher and writer JOHN BUNYAN (1628-1688) is the author of nearly sixty books, nine of which were written while he was in prison for unlicensed preaching. His works include The Pilgrim's Progress (1678-84), The Life and Death of Mr. Badman (1680), and The Holy War (1682)."
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Antichrist Antichrist and His Ruin - And Of the Slaying the Witnesses. I. Of Antichrist. II. Of the ruin of Antichrist. III. Of the manner of the ruin of Antichrist. IV. Of the signs of the approach of the downfall of Antichrist. V. Of the instruments that God will use to bring Antichrist to his ruin. VI. Of the causes of the ruin of Antichrist.  [Revelation 13:11] John Bunyan
Christian Walk Christian Behavior - Being the fruits of true Christianity: Teaching husbands, wives, parents, children, masters, servants, etc., how to walk so as to please GOD. With a word of direction to all backsliders. [Titus 3:7-8] John Bunyan
Election Reprobation Asserted: The Doctrine of Eternal Election and Reprobation - Promiscuously Handled, In Eleven Chapters. Wherein the most material objections made by the opposers of this doctrine, are fully answered; several doubts removed, and sundry cases of conscience resolved. The difference between being reprobated and being appointed to condemnation; reprobation not the cause of sin or of condemnation. John Bunyan
Fear of God The Fear of God - Showing, What it is, and how distinguished from that which it is not so. Also, Whence it comes; who has it; what are the effects; and what the privileges of those that have it in their hearts.  [Psalm 128:1; Revelation 14:7] John Bunyan
Genesis Genesis - An Exposition on the First Ten Chapters of Genesis And Part of the Eleventh. [Genesis 1-11] John Bunyan
Grace [01] Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners - Similar to Augustine's Confession. Traces Bunyan's spiritual pilgrimage from his youth, through several crises, to his conversion, and through many trials and difficulties, temptations, and sorrows, until he came to rely solely on Christ for his every need. Another spiritual classic! Originally published in 1666. John Bunyan
Grace [02] Saved by Grace - In this little book thou art presented with a discourse of the GRACE of God, and of salvation by that grace. In which discourse, thou shalt find how each Person in the Godhead doth his part in the salvation of the sinner. I. The Father puts forth his grace, thus. II. The Son puts forth his grace, thus. III. And the Spirit puts forth his grace, thus. John Bunyan
Grace [03] Free Grace - A discourse upon the Pharisee and the Publican. Wherein several great and weighty things are handled: as, the nature of prayer, and of obedience to the law, with how it obliges Christians, and wherein it consists. Wherein is also showed, the equally deplorable condition of the Pharisee, or hypocritical and self-righteous man; and of the Publican, or sinner that lives in sin, and in open violation of the Divine laws. Together with the way and method of God's Free Grace in pardoning penitent sinners; proving that He justifies them by imputing Christ's righteousness to them.  [Luke 18:10-13] John Bunyan
Grace [04] The Water of Life - Or, A discourse showing the richness and glory of the Grace of the Gospel, as set forth in the Scripture by this term, The Water of Life.  [Revelation 22:17] John Bunyan
Heaven [01] The Heavenly Footman - The title of Heavenly Footman was probably suggested by the words of the prophet Jeremiah, If thou hast run with the footmen, and they have wearied thee, then how canst thou contend with horses? And in the land of peace thou trusted, then how wilt thou do in the swelling of Jordan? (12:5), and Let us run with patience the race that is set before us (Heb 12:1). The word footman does not refer to that class of servants who are badged and dressed in livery to gratify the pride of their masters, nor to that description of foot-soldiers or infantry, whose business is designated by the blood-stained color of their clothes. But it refers to those who are traveling on foot to a distant country, engaged on a pilgrimage from earth to heaven. [1 Corinthians 9:24] John Bunyan
Heaven [02] The Strait [Narrow] Gate or The Great Difficulty of Going to Heaven - Plainly proving, by the Scriptures, that not only the rude and profane, but many great professors, will come short of that kingdom: with directions how and why every one should strive to enter in. [Luke 13:24] John Bunyan
Hell Sighs From Hell - How awful is that cry of anguish which has reached us from beyond the tomb, even from the infernal realms, and on which Bunyan, with his singular and rare ability, fixes our attention. It is the voice of one who had received his good things in this fleeting life; who had fared sumptuously every day, without providing for eternity, and now cries for a drop of water to cool his parched tongue. [Luke 16:19-31] John Bunyan
Holy City The Holy City or The New Jerusalem - Wherein, Its goodly light, walls, gates, angels, and the manner of their standing are expounded; also, her length and breadth; together with the Golden Measuring Reed explained; and the glory of all unfolded: as also, the numerousness of its inhabitants, and what the Tree and Water of Life are, by which they are sustained. Dedicated, 1. To the godly reader; 2. To the learned reader; 3. To the captious reader; and, 4. To the mother of harlots. [Revelation 21:10-27; 22:1-4] John Bunyan
Jesus Christ [01] The Saints' Knowledge of Christ's Love - Or The Unsearchable Riches of Christ. The extent implied in the words breadth, length, depth, and height; as far beyond all other breadths, lengths, depths, and heights, as God is infinitely beyond all creatures. Some degrees of this love may be known; he the happier who ascends the highest on Jacob's ladder; but the full extent can only be known in heaven. [Ephesians 3:18-19] John Bunyan
Jesus Christ [02] Christ a Complete Savior - Or, The Intercession of Christ, And Who Are Privileged in It. The meaning of the word INTERCESSION. The benefits of this intercession of Christ. Its perpetuity. He ever lives to make intercession. The persons who are interested in it.  [Hebrews 7:25] John Bunyan
Jesus Christ [03] The Work of Jesus Christ as an Advocate - This is a rich treat to those who love experimental divinity, and are safe in Christ as Noah was in the ark; but, Oh! how woeful must those be, who are without an interest in the Savior; and that have none to plead their cause. "They are left to be ground to powder between the justice of God and the sins which they have committed. It is sad to consider their plight. This is the man that is pursued by the law, and by sin, and by death, and has none to plead his cause. Terrors take hold on him as waters; a stone hurleth him out of his place" (Job 27). Reader, this is a soul-searching subject--may it lead us to a solemn trial of our state, and to the happy conclusion, that the Savior is our Advocate, and that our eternal inheritance is safe in heaven.  [1 John 2:1] John Bunyan
John Bunyan [01] A Memoir on John Bunyan - The life of John Bunyan is a very precious record of the grace of God. No other man's history that ever lived is more worthy of study for this particular object—to trace the workings of God's Spirit, in connection with the interpositions of his providence, in carrying on in an individual soul the great work of sanctification, and through that soul, thus prepared, the great work of redemption for multitudes, even to the end of time. George Cheever
John Bunyan [02] John Bunyan's Dying Sayings - A collection of truths or opinions gathered and classified under headings. They are his thoughts, whether uttered in his last illness, or expressed earlier in life.  John Bunyan
Judgment The Resurrection of the Dead, and Eternal Judgment - Or, The truth of the Resurrection of the bodies, both of good and bad at the Last Day: asserted, and proved by God's word. Also, The manner and order of their coming forth of their graves; as also, with what bodies they do arise. Together, with a discourse of the Last Judgment, and the final conclusion of the whole world. [Acts 24:14-15] John Bunyan
Justification Justification by an Imputed Righteousness - Or no way to heaven but by Jesus Christ. I. By justification with God, we stand clear, quit, free, or in a saved condition, in the approbation of His holy law. II. By justification with men, we stand clear and quit from just ground of reprehension with them. All by the imputation of the righteousness of Jesus Christ, in which we have faith working by love. John Bunyan
Law and Grace The Doctrine of Law and Grace Unfolded - A discourse touching the law and grace; the nature of the one, and the nature of the other; showing what they are, as they are the two covenants; and likewise, who they be, and what their conditions are, that be under either of these Two Covenants: Wherein, for the better understanding of the reader, there are several questions answered touching the law and grace, very easy to be read, and as easy to be understood, by those that are the sons of wisdom, the children of the second covenant. [Romans 6:14] John Bunyan
Pilgrim's Progress Pilgrim's Progress  - One of the best-selling books of all time. The Pilgrim's Progress holds a unique place in the history of English literature. Bunyan captures the speech of ordinary people as accurately as he depicts their behavior and appearance and as firmly as he realizes their inner emotional and spiritual life. One of the most powerful dramas of Christian faith ever written, this captivating allegory of man's religious journey in search of salvation follows the pilgrim as he travels an obstacle-filled road to the Celestial City. Along the way, he is confronted by monsters and spiritual terrors, among them Worldly Wiseman, Giant Despair, and the demons of the Valley of the Shadow of Death. An enormously influential seventeenth-century classic, universally known for its simplicity, vigor, and beauty of language.

Pilgrim's Progress (Part 1)        Pilgrim's Progress (Part 2)

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Prayer I Will Pray with the Spirit and With the Understanding - Also a Discourse Touching Prayer; Wherein is discovered, I. What Prayer Is. II. What It Is To Pray With The Spirit. III. What It Is To Pray With The Spirit and with the Understanding also...spiritually enlightened to see the promises and to be encouraged. [1 Corinthians 14:15] John Bunyan
Sacrifice The Acceptable Sacrifice - Or, The Excellency of a Broken Heart: Showing the Nature, Signs, and Proper Effects of a Contrite Spirit. [Psalm 51:17] John Bunyan
Salvation [01] Good News for the Vilest of Men - The Jerusalem Sinner Saved. Being a help for Despairing Souls,
Showing that JESUS CHRIST would have mercy in the first place offered to the biggest sinners.

The Third Edition, in which is added, An Answer to those grand objections that lie in the way of the them that would believe: for the comfort of them that fear they have sinned against the Holy Spirit. [Luke 24:47]
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Salvation [02] Salvation - John Bunyan's Last Sermon - This sermon, although very short, is peculiarly interesting: how it was preserved we are not told; but it bears strong marks of having been published from notes taken by one of the hearers. There is no proof that any memorandum or notes of this sermon was found in the autograph of the preacher. [John 1:13] John Bunyan
Salvation [03] The Greatness of the Soul - And the Unspeakableness of the Loss Thereof; with The Causes of the Losing It. [Mark 8:37] John Bunyan
Salvation [04] Come and Welcome Jesus Christ - Showing the cause, truth, and manner of the coming of a sinner to Jesus Christ; with his happy reception and blessed entertainment. [John 6:37] John Bunyan
Spiritual Warfare The Holy War - A description of the spiritual warfare between Christ and Satan for the "town of Mansoul." A spiritual classic, first published in 1682. John Bunyan
Suffering Advice to Sufferers - Or, Seasonable Counsel. No man could have been better qualified to give advice to sufferers for righteousness' sake, than John Bunyan: and this work is exclusively devoted to that object. Shut up in a noisome jail, under the iron hand of persecution, for nearly thirteen years, in the constant fear of being hanged as a malefactor, for refusing conformity to the national liturgy, he well knew what sufferings were, and equally well did he know the sources of consolation. [1 Peter 4:19] John Bunyan
Unbeliever's Doom The Life and Death of Mr. Badman - I present thee with the life and death of Mr. Badman indeed; yea, I do trace him in his life, from his childhood to his death; that thou may, as in a glass, behold with thine own eyes the steps that take hold of hell; and also discern, while thou art reading of Mr. Badman's death, whether thou thyself art treading in his path thereto. And let me entreat thee to forbear quirking and mocking, for that I say Mr. Badman is dead; but rather gravely inquire concerning thyself by the Word, whether thou art one of his lineage or no; for Mr. Badman has left many of his relations behind him; yea, the very world is overspread with his kindred. True, some of his relations, as he, are gone to their place and long home, but thousands of thousands are left behind; as brothers, sisters, cousins, nephews, besides innumerable of his friends and associates. I may say, and yet speak nothing but too much truth in so saying, that there is scarce a fellowship, a community, or fraternity of men in the world, but some of Mr. Badman's relations are there; yea, rarely can we find a family or household in a town, where he has not left behind him either a brother, nephew, or friend. John Bunyan

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