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Drawing Near to God My Portion Forever

Drawing Near to God My Portion Forever

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Seven puritan sermons on Psalm 73:24–28. “Whom have I in heaven but thee? and there is none upon earth that I desire beside thee. My flesh and my heart faileth: but God is the strength of my heart, and my portion for ever.” Asaph is troubled that evil men get their way in the world, but realizes the believer’s portion in God is supremely better. Topics include: Why draw near to God? Why glorify God and enjoy him forever? and Why value God as the most supreme worth? The following sermons are included: Of Man’s Chief End and Happiness by Thomas Boston. God the Best Portion of the Christian by Jonathan Edwards. The Attributes of God as Our Portion by George Swinnock. It Is Good for Me to Draw Near to God by William Guthrie. It Is Good for Me to Draw Near to God by Hugh Binning. The Happiness of Drawing Near to God by Thomas Watson. The Saint’s Happiness by Richard Sibbes.

Paperback 6X9; 132 pages; ISBN 9781946145406

Thomas Boston (1676–1732) was born at Dunse, Scotland. He was educated at the University of Edinburgh. He served many years at the church in Ettrick.

Jonathan Edwards (1703–1758) was born in East Windsor, Connecticut. He was educated at Yale University. He served the church in Northampton and Stockbridge. Thomas Boston (1676–1732) was born at Dunse, Scotland. He was educated at the University of Edinburgh. He served many years at the church in Ettrick.

George Swinnock (1627–1673) was born in Maidstone, Kent, England. He was educated at Emmanuel College, Cambridge and then Oxford, fellow of Baliol College. He served at different churches and was ejected for Nonconformity in 1662.

William Guthrie (1620–1665) was born in Pitforthy, Angus, Scotland. He was educated at the University of St. Andrews. He was a minister at Fenwick.

Hugh Binning (1627–1653) was born at Dalvennan, Scotland. He was educated at the University of Glasgow. He was a professor at the University of Glasgow and then a minister at Govan.

Thomas Watson (c.1620–1686) was born in Yorkshire, England. He was educated at Emmanuel College, Cambridge. He was a minister at St. Stevens, Walbrook, then ejected for nonconformity was a minister at Great Hall at Crosby House.

Richard Sibbes (1577–1635) was born at Tostock, Suffolk, England. He attended school at St. John’s College at Cambridge. He ministered at Holy Trinity Church in Cambridge and Gray’s Inn, London.


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