Few preachers in the Puritan era (or any other period of church history) match Thomas Watson for his ability to combine rich spirituality, nourishing doctrine and sane wisdom with fascinating illustration and a pleasant style. Watson is remembered chiefly for his posthumously published ’’Body of Practical Divinity.’’ But his extant sermons also include this marvelous series on the character of the Christian. It is, as C H Spurgeon said of his other work, ’a happy union of sound doctrine, heart-searching experience and practical wisdom.’
Paperback, 252 pages.
Approximate size of book is 4 3/4’’ X 7’’