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A Name in Heaven the Truest Ground of Joy (Puritan Writings)

by Matthew Mead

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Here are two discourses by this powerful Puritan preacher. The Society for Promoting Religious Knowledge published this book in London in 1847. It has an introduction by Augustus Toplady, the great 18th century preacher and hymn writer ("Rock of Ages"). The two discourses included in this volume are "A Name in Heaven the Truest Ground of Joy, " on Luke 10:20, and "The Power of Grace in Weaning the Heart from the World, " on Psalm 131:1.… (more)

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Here are two discourses by this powerful Puritan preacher. The Society for Promoting Religious Knowledge published this book in London in 1847. It has an introduction by Augustus Toplady, the great 18th century preacher and hymn writer ("Rock of Ages"). The two discourses included in this volume are "A Name in Heaven the Truest Ground of Joy, " on Luke 10:20, and "The Power of Grace in Weaning the Heart from the World, " on Psalm 131:1.

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