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This short collection of three sermon by the eminent Puritan John Owen is an exposition of 1 Cor. 15:31, showing why, how, and to what cause every Christian needs to die every day. This is a great treatise showing that Christians should leave the weight of worldly things behind and revel in the glory of God.


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This short collection of three sermon by the eminent Puritan John Owen is an exposition of 1 Cor. 15:31, showing why, how, and to what cause every Christian needs to die every day. This is a great treatise showing that Christians should leave the weight of worldly things behind and revel in the glory of God.

30 review for The Christian’s Work of Dying Daily (Vintage Puritan)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Frances Mason

    A Good Plan of Dying Cher fully, Comfortably and Safely! My review for 5 stars was due to a grim subject spoken of with grace and a pastor's love for his church. John Owen studied scripture and arrived at methods that could keep us in a good focus on Christ and on promises of God found in scripture. We should seek out such things as these while we are of a mind to be able to understand these things. Then, when we are advice dying remember these things from Scripture to enable us to in faith to c A Good Plan of Dying Cher fully, Comfortably and Safely! My review for 5 stars was due to a grim subject spoken of with grace and a pastor's love for his church. John Owen studied scripture and arrived at methods that could keep us in a good focus on Christ and on promises of God found in scripture. We should seek out such things as these while we are of a mind to be able to understand these things. Then, when we are advice dying remember these things from Scripture to enable us to in faith to commit ourselves to God.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Nancy Boyd

    Though, in my opinion not as engaging a style of writing as Spurgeon or Burroughs, this is worth the read. In particular I found two or three insights into scripture that I had never realized before and are worth our contemplation. His explanation of the separation of the body from spirit at death is refreshingly hopeful.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth Johnson

    This short book was a bit different than I expected. For one thing, I've heard how challenging John Owen's works can be to read, but this was very easy to read, possibly because it was transcribed from sermons rather than written as an original work. But it also developed the main theme in a different direction than I expected. With a title phrase like "Dying Daily," I thought it would speak to the Christian's need for denying self, dying to our own desires and will on a daily basis. Instead, he This short book was a bit different than I expected. For one thing, I've heard how challenging John Owen's works can be to read, but this was very easy to read, possibly because it was transcribed from sermons rather than written as an original work. But it also developed the main theme in a different direction than I expected. With a title phrase like "Dying Daily," I thought it would speak to the Christian's need for denying self, dying to our own desires and will on a daily basis. Instead, he focused on the idea of daily preparing to die -- being ready and willing to meet God in every way. Once I got past those misconceptions, I found it a helpful consideration of what death means for a Christian, how we should face it, and what God accomplishes through the death of His saints. It's wise to meditate on that every so often, even just as a reminder of how fleeting this life can be. We must be at work preparing our souls for eternity! You could easily read through each of its three sermons in an hour, or break it up across several days as part of your daily devotions.

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    Tony

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    Denise Bruggers

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    Nathan

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    HLS

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    Jordan Decker

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    Trey Judson

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    Toghrul Salamzade

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    David

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    Shannon

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    Eben

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    Mike

  15. 5 out of 5

    Mark Kowalcyk

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    Todd Burgett

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    Arthur Dennis McCutcheon II

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    Laura

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    Jacob

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    Gail

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    Kevin

  22. 5 out of 5

    Kate

    A short booklet of three sermons on how to die well. Owens says make sure you die safely (that is to be found in Christ) but also to die with contentment and confidence in assurance of where we are headed.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Daniel Warriner

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    Mark Lease

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    Austin

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    Andy Byars

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    Sue

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    diane kimball

  29. 4 out of 5

    Pietro Crespi

  30. 5 out of 5

    Aiden

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