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QUOTE (John Bunyan) – Feb 18

February 18, 2014

John Bunyan

“God’s grace is the most incredible and insurmountable truth ever to be revealed to the human heart, which is why God has given us His Holy Spirit to superintend the process of more fully revealing the majesty of the work done on our behalf by our Savior. He teaches us to first cling to, and then enables us to adore with the faith He so graciously supplies, the mercy of God. This mercy has its cause and effect in the work of Jesus on the cross.”
~ John Bunyan

In honor of John Bunyan, whose book Pilgrim’s Progress was first published in England on this day in 1678.

Resources:
Today in Christian History – February 18
The 100 best novels: No 1 – The Pilgrim’s Progress by John Bunyan (1678)
Pilgrim’ Progress – Christian Classics
John Bunyan>Quotes

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7 comments

  1. Thank you for sharing this…I’ll surely read this book!


  2. That is an excellent book. I read it when I was a child and it’s on my “to read again” list.


  3. Amazing that you posted this tidsy. I had no idea about the date however I was thinkung earluer tidsy that I must read this book. I downloaded it to my Kindle some months ago but have yet to read it.


  4. Love this book! I just wrote a post about an adaptation of his work, “Little Pilgrim’s Progress”, which I’m reading to my kids right now.


  5. Well praise the day! “Pilgrim’s Progress”, in my opinion, is among the greatest Christian books ever written.


  6. I went in a used book store just a few days ago with this book in mind to look for and low and behold, found a paperback..I do believe I am meant to read it..


  7. Reblogged this on Threshold of Heaven.



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