Sherman, Thomas – Aids to the Divine Life

Aids to the Divine Life

The commendation of a Christian is to have truth written in his heart—and read in his life.Of the Romans says the same Apostle: “But thanks be to God that, though you used to be slaves to sin, you wholeheartedly obeyed that form of doctrine which was delivered unto you.” (Rom_6:17.) To have doctrine not only delivered to us, but to be delivered into that doctrine, so as to be framed and molded into the fashion of it—is what we should labor after. How far the following book tend to promote this work, I leave to be considered. But that our hearts may be so sanctified by truth, as that we may obey truth from the heart, is the prayer of your well-wisher,
Thomas Sherman, 1680



Contents

1. The Brazen Serpent
2. Pardon
3. Coming to Christ
4. Christ Received
5. Conversion



6. Justification
7. Faith
8. Repentance
9. Spiritual Life
10. The Christian
11. Christian Duty
12. Indwelling Sin



13. Communion with God
14. Spiritual Darkness
15. Affliction
16. Prayer
17. Ordinances
18. Mercies



19. The Promises
20. The Scriptures
21. Miscellaneous



 

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