Works of Thomas Brooks, Six Volume Hard Cover Set

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The Works of Thomas Brooks (6 volumes)
Considered the definitive edition of the Works of Brooks, this set was published by James Nichol in 1866. It was edited by A. B. Grosart. At that time, Charles Spurgeon commented in The Sword and the Trowel,

"The volumes now before us are by that marvelously rich author Thomas Brooks, whose wealth of imagery surpasses all others of his age. The mere marginal notes of Brooks are more valuable than pages of ordinary writers; we take pleasure in the stones of his temple, and the very dust thereof we favor. Of all the Puritans he is the most readable, if we except John Bunyan; and if he cannot display the depth of Owen or the raciness of Adams, he leaves them far behind in excessive [unusual] sweetness and sparkling beauty of metaphor. There is a clear, silvery, refreshing sound in the name 'Brooks', and as is the name, such is the man. Every reader who can afford the money should purchase this incorrupt, unmutilated, unchanged, well-printed and perfectly edited copy of Brooks."

Memoir of Brooks by A. B. Grosart
Precious Remedies against Satan's Devices
Apples of Gold
The Mute Christian under the Smarting Rod
A String of Pearls

An Ark for All God's Noah's
The Privy Key of Heaven
Heaven on Earth

The Unsearchable Riches of Christ
A Cabinet of Jewels

The Crown and Glory of Christianity,
or, Holiness the Only Way to Happiness
(58 sermons on Hebrews 12:14)

The Golden Key to Open Hidden Treasures
Paradise Opened
A Word in Season

London's Lamentations
The Glorious Day of the Saints' Appearance
God's Delight in the Progress of the Upright
Hypocrites Detected
A Believer's Last Day His Best Day
A Heavenly Cordial
The Legacy of a Dying Mother
Glossary and Indexes

Turn to Brooks and find a veritable fountain of good counsel. If he doesn't hit you with his first application, watch out for the next one, even to the thirteenth. Oh how he knew the human race! Yea, and the wiles of Satan were not so elusive that Brooks could not expose them and issue an antidote for them.

Brooks (1608-1680) is the liveliest of the Puritans; he entertains as he teaches the deep things of God. His thorough knowledge of the Scriptures, coupled with his extensive learning, deals great help to his readers through his many books.

Product Code: 158960251X


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