Wise Sayings of Thomas Watson
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This collection contains well over 750 quotes, arranged in 48 subjects. All quotes are taken directly from the works of Thomas Watson. Thomas Watson had a gift to explain Scriptural truth in simple language. Some examples are: “Jesus Christ is a lily of the valley, not of the mountains.” “He shed his tears—for those who shed his blood!” “They can trust God’s heart—where they cannot trace his hand.” “Christ is never sweet, until sin is bitter!” “A proud man complains that he has no more; a humble man wonders that he has so much.” Gathered together for the first time, this extensive collection will provide many hours of contemplation.
6X9; 162 pages; ISBN 9781946145390
REV. THOMAS WATSON (c.1620–1686) was born in Yorkshire, England. He was educated at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, and received his B.A. in 1638/9 and in M.A. 1642. In 1651, he was imprisoned at the Tower of London as a suspected Royalist, a supporter of Charles II. He was a minister of St. Stephen’s, Walbrook, London but was ejected for nonconformity in 1662. Then as minister to the congregation at Great Hall at Crosby House, he worked with Stephen Charnock. He passed away while in prayer at Barnston, Essex.