What we gain through Christ will always be greater than any loss we incur because of him. Let us be willing to bear any and every such earthly jewel or trinket that we might hold onto the pearl of great price.
“By working them to be frequent in comparing themselves and their ways, with those who are reputed or reported to be worse than themselves.” In his introductions to these devices of Satan, Thomas Brooks often imagines what our enemy says to us. His words are obviously characterized, based on what Scripture reveals of Satan’s personality, […]
To read Precious Remedies is to assent that Satan is real, to be satisfied in the lack of apology for this stance, and to strive to learn the timeless tools the author has given us to defeat him.
Thomas Brooks liked to write an “epistle dedicatory” in his books. What are they exactly? We use the one in Precious Remedies as an example.