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The Lord's Prayer Grace and Truth Books
  • ISBN: 978-0851516646
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Page Count: 352
  • Publisher: Banner Of Truth Trust

The Lord’s Prayer – hardcover (Thomas Watson)

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In his exposition of the Lord’s Prayer, Watson analyzes, in great detail, each portion of it. This provides some of the most practical help ever written for Christians about prayer. Watson was one of the most highly regarded preachers in England during the Puritan era.

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The Lord’s Prayer

In his exposition of the Lord’s Prayer, Watson analyzes, in great detail, each portion of it. This provides some of the most practical help ever written for Christians about prayer. Watson was one of the most popular preachers in England during the Puritan era, and even to read him 300 years later, it’s easy to see why. His writings are abundantly clear, full of fascinating illustration, quick wit and spiritual wealth untold.

About Puritan author and minister Thomas Watson:

Thomas Watson (1620-1686) was rejected from his pastorate with the Act of Uniformity in 1662. He continued to preach in private whenever he had the opportunity. In 1666, after the Great Fire of London, Watson prepared a large room for public worship, welcoming anyone who wished to attend. After the Declaration of Indulgence took effect in 1672, Watson obtained a license for Crosby Hall, Bishopsgate, which belonged to Sir John Langham, a patron of nonconformists. Watson preached there for three years before Stephen Charnock joined him. They ministered together until Charnock’s death in 1680.

Watson kept working until his health failed. He then retired to Barnston, in Essex, where he died suddenly in 1686 while engaged in private prayer. He is buried in the same grave as his father-in-law who served as a minister at Barnston. Watson’s works – several of which have been republished by the Trust – are a legacy that have continued to be a blessing to those who love sound, heart-searching exposition of the Scriptures.

The Lord’s Prayer

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