Shop

Sale!
The Wiles of Satan Grace and Truth Books
  • ISBN: 978-1573581639
  • Binding: Hardcover with jacket
  • Page Count: 98
  • Publisher: Soli Deo Gloria

The Wiles of Satan (William Spurstowe)

$19.99 $16.50

Collected sermons on 2 Cor 2:11: “Lest Satan should get an advantage of us, for we are not ignorant of his devices.” A marvelous companion volume to Brooks’ famed book, Precious Remedies Against Satan’s Devices. The Bible warns us that Satan is crafty and subtle; to be ready for such an enemy of our souls, we must know something of his method and tactics. In a long overdue reprint, Spurstowe equips us with good preparation to face the chief enemy of our souls.

3 in stock

FacebookTwitterPinterestTumblrStumbleUponEmail

Description

The Wiles of Satan

Collected sermons on 2 Cor 2:11: “Lest Satan should get an advantage of us, for we are not ignorant of his devices.” A marvelous companion volume to Brooks’ famed book, Precious Remedies Against Satan’s Devices. The Bible warns us that Satan is crafty and subtle; to be ready for such an enemy of our souls, we must know something of his method and tactics. In a long overdue reprint, Spurstowe equips us with good preparation to face the chief enemy of our souls.

Table of Contents:

Life and Writings of William Spurstowe by Randall Pederson

  1. An Introduction to the Words
  2. The Main Proposition of the Discourse
  3. The Great Ability of Satan to Tempt
  4. An Enumeration of Satan’s Wiles
  5. Antidotes Against the Wiles of Satan

About the Author

William Spurstowe (1605-1666) was educated at Emmanuel College, Cambridge. He received his B.A. in 1627 and his M.A. in 1630. His first pastorate was at Great Hampden in Buckinghamshire, where he was installed in 1638. In 1643 Spurstowe was chosen to attend the Westminster Assembly as a presbyterian member. From 1658-1660, Spurstowe, along with Edward Reynolds, Edmund Calamy, Simeon Ashe, Thomas Manton, Thomas Case, and others, served the parliament of Richard Cromwell. Spurstowe was one of the ejected ministers of 1662. He died soon after the great plague of London, in 1666.

Top