What think ye of Christ? This is the most important question in the world. Happy for that sinner who can answer from his heart and say, Christ to me is precious! For verily, he is a pardoned, justified, sanctified, saved soul. The design of this little book, for the pocket, is to stir up and quicken such in the way of believing in Christ, looking to Christ, coming unto Him, and abiding in Him. In the Apostle's words, Put ye on the Lord Jesus Christ, in your mind, memory and conscience, that so you may enjoy more sweet fellowship with Him, find more of the inestimable preciousness of Him, and experience more of His wonderful love, which passeth knowledge. Written in 1773, this book has such redeeming direction and assuring comfort for the Christian life and walk.
Author William Mason is best remembered for his book of daily meditations, A Spiritual Treasury for the Children of God, and for his explanatory and experimental notes to Pilgrim's Progress. Written in 1773, this book has such redeeming direction and assuring comfort for the Christian life and walk.