Item description for Repentance: Turning from Sin to God: What It Means and Why It's Necessary by Thomas Boston...
Overview The most important message for every person is that of the need for repentance. With wonderful exposition, Boston opens up a multitude of scripture passages on an issue that it is the duty of every Christian to tell the world of - the impending judgment that awaits each one of us, the call for repentance now, and a message of hope and assurance only to be found in Christ. Thomas Boston held a pastorate at Simprin in Scotland until 1707. The congregation was very small but he was an extremely popular preacher, though self-effacing - considering that he had but "small talents." He was reluctant to publish his works, although he wrote out completely all of his sermons before they were preached. Many have therefore come to be published after his death at the age of 57.
Publishers Description The second book in the series following on from the bestselling Rainforest AdventuresChildren are fascinated with the natural world around them and with facts and information about animals that they have never seen. However often good nature programmes on T.V. or articles in magazines centre on evolution and completely ignore the Creator. Each story has a Bible verse and lesson for the reader to take away. Written by someone who spent his life in the Rainforest this book has the added benefit of being written by someone who has been there lived there and experienced the culture not just someone who has read the encyclopaedias.
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Studio: Christian Focus
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 5" Height: 7.75" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2006
Publisher Christian Focus
Series Christian Heritage - Useful Books Of Lasting Value
ISBN 1857925173 ISBN13 9781857925173
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More About Thomas Boston
Thomas Boston held a pastorate with a very small Congregation in Simprin, Scotland until 1707. He was an extremely popular preacher, though self-effacing - considering that he had but "small talents." He was reluctant to publish his works, although he wrote out completely all of his sermons before they were preached. Many, however, came to be published after his death at the age of 57.