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A Treatise On Afflictions Kindle Edition
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A Treatise On Afflictions by Thomas Case
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I love the Puritans but was unfamiliar with Thomas Case until ...
on 24 January 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
I love the Puritans but was unfamiliar with Thomas Case until I ran across an excerpt of his writing in a daily devotional. Curiosity then led me to A Treatise on Afflictions. I was blown away! Perhaps the best reflection and meditation on suffering I've ever read. It's deep and reflective and yet completely devotional. It challenges the intellect and comforts the heart. For someone who's going through a season of difficulty I highly recommend that they slow down and meditate on Case's experiences. You won't be disappointed!!!
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This little book has been good medicine for my heart
on 15 October 2013 - Published on Amazon.com
I have read a number of the English Puritans but Thomas Case was new to me. What a pleasant surprise! I was attracted to this book because our family are not strangers to affliction and a helping hand is always welcome. Case is simple yet profound; thoroughly Biblical and practical. Obviously he is a man who has walked this pathway himself and knows what he is talking about.
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