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The Mischief of Sin (original 1671; edition 2014)

by Thomas Watson

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Title:The Mischief of Sin
Authors:Thomas Watson
Info:CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (2014), Paperback, 54 pages
Collections:Christian Growth / Discipleship
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Watson was a Puritan preacher and author who lived in the mid-1600's. This was a great book on a subject people seem not to want to hear about much these days. He wrote several other books as well that I would like to read eventually. ( )
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The Mischief of Sin was first published in London by Thomas Parkhurst in 1671. This Soli Deo Gloria edition, in which grammatical, spelling, and formatting changes have been made, is (c) 1994 by Soli Deo Gloria.
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Thomas Watson was a Puritan preacher and author whose writings are still popular among Christians today. In Watson's devotional, The Mischief of Sin, he explains the effect sin has on Christians and how hidden it can remain due to the limitations we humans have.
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