Andrew Gray (1634-1656) died young, yet he was old in grace, having lived and done much for God 's Kingdom in a little time as a Reformed preacher.
This outstanding Puritan work is a compilation of five treatises written for the spiritual encouragement of true believers in Jesus Christ. They are essays “tending to advance Gospel holiness and to establish the hearts of true believers against their many doubts and fears.” The first treatise contains arguments for leaving sin and living in a holy manner. The second treatise contains directions on how to attain eternal blessedness. The third treatise contains the characters of a true believer. The fourth treatise contains resolutions on the doubting Christian and lists a variety of “cases of conscience.” Lastly, treatise five contains the happiness and privileges of a true believer.
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