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  • ISBN: 406466-2319
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Page Count: 120
  • Publisher: Old Paths Gospel Press

Groans of a Lost Soul (John Bunyan)

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Bunyan’s intense meditation on the state of the lost in the condition of eternal punishment includes 14 untitled chapters, which elaborate on stirring biblical truths such as The Reality of Hell; How the Rich Man in Luke 16 Represents the Ungodly; False Judgments about Riches; Bitter Remembrances of the Lost; Wicked Living Relatives Warned; Misery of the Last Parting; Sinners Mutual Tormentors of one Another in Hell; The Duties of Ministers to Issue these Warnings; Encouragements to Saints in Christ; Mercy Implored too Late; Why Men Slight the Scriptures, and more.

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Groans of a Lost Soul 

or, Sighs From Hell

Discovering from Luke 16 The Lamentable State of the Damned, which may fitly serve as a warning word to sinners, both old and young, by faith in Jesus Christ, to avoid the same place of torment

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A discovery of the usefulness of the Scripture, as our safe-conduct for avoiding the torments of hell.

Includes 14 untitled chapters, which elaborate on stirring biblical truths such as The Reality of Hell; How the Rich Man in Luke 16 Represents the Ungodly; False Judgments about Riches; Bitter Remembrances of the Lost; Wicked Living Relatives Warned; Misery of the Last Parting; Sinners Mutual Tormentors of one Another in Hell; The Duties of Ministers to Issue these Warnings; Encouragements to Saints in Christ; Mercy Implored too Late; Why Men Slight the Scriptures, and more.

An excerpt:

“We use to count him a friend that will forewarn his neighbor of the danger when he knoweth thereof, especially when we think that our neighbor may be either ignorant or careless of his way. Why, I beseech thee put a little stop to thy earnest race, and take a view of what entertainment thou art likely to have, if thou do indeed and in truth persist in this thy course. Thy way leads down to death, and thy steps take hold on hell. It may be the path indeed is pleasant to the flesh, but the end thereof will be bitter to thy soul.” – John Bunyan

About the Author  

John Bunyan (1628-1688) was born the son of a metalworker near Bedford, England. He went on to become a famous preacher and writer and during his life penned over 2 million words, his most famous work being The Pilgrim’s Progress.

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