Puritan writer Richard Sibbes offers a remedy to malnourished saints: a hearty meal at the Lord’s table, enjoying his spiritual benefits and gracious presence.
The Puritans talk a lot about prayer—its theological underpinnings and practical importance—and there is much we can glean from them for our prayer lives today.
The idea that holiness leads to a drab life was utterly foreign to the Puritans—and should be foreign to us, too.
John Owen’s final word wasn’t about political, cultural, or temporal hope in this world, but about the glory of Christ which we’ll enjoy for eternity.
The Puritans were a people on their knees. We can learn much from them.