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  • ISBN: 97811-60178-4827
  • Binding: Hardcover with jacket
  • Page Count: 752
  • Publisher: Reformation Heritage

A Spiritual Treasury for the Children of God (William Mason)

  • Author: William Mason

$30.00 $22.50

Consisting of a Meditation for Every Morning and Evening in the Year, Founded upon Select Texts of Scripture

In this classic of devotional literature, A Spiritual Treasury for the Children of God, readers will find two heartwarming, biblical reflections for every day of the year. William Mason’s aim for each meditation was to “exalt the Lord Jesus, the perfection of His atonement and righteousness, and the glory of His salvation.” Christians who are eager to cultivate godly zeal will cherish this book, as each page revels in the abundant riches we find in Christ.

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Consisting of a Meditation for Every Morning and Evening in the Year, Founded upon Select Texts of Scripture

In this classic of devotional literature, A Spiritual Treasury for the Children of God, readers will find two heartwarming, biblical reflections for every day of the year. William Mason’s aim for each meditation was to “exalt the Lord Jesus, the perfection of His atonement and righteousness, and the glory of His salvation.” Christians who are eager to cultivate godly zeal will cherish this book, as each page revels in the abundant riches we find in Christ.

About the Author:
William Mason (1719–1791) was a devotional writer known for writing The Believer’s Companion and his notes appended to The Pilgrim’s Progress.

“The Spiritual Treasury is thoroughly biblical, warmly experiential, and eminently practical. Mason’s daily devotional shave encouraged, convicted, and instructed thousands of God’s people throughout the centuries since they were first published. It is our prayer that you will benefit greatly from this clockmaker’s experience of communion with God in those early morning hours, out of which he distilled these daily meditations.” — Joel R. Beeke and Paul M. Smalley, form the preface

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