The Pilgrim's Progress and The Holy War - With a Memoir on John Bunyan by Rev G Cheever
John Bunyan, George B. Cheever
Publisher: FV Éditions
Annotated with a Memoir on John Bunyan by Rev. G. Cheever The life of John Bunyan is a very precious record of the grace of God. No other man's history that ever lived is more worthy of study for this particular object–to trace the workings of God's Spirit, in connection with the interpositions of his providence, in carrying on in an individual soul the great work of sanctification, and through that soul, thus prepared, the great work of redemption for multitudes, even to the end of time. The Pilgrim's Progress and The Holy War are his two best books. In both of these masterpieces there is a combination of theology and experience most beautiful and instructive; but in the Holy War it is more the theological form, God working in you; in the Pilgrim's Progress it is more the experimental form, man receiving and working under God's grace.