"There is a happy union of sound doctrine, heart-searching experience and practical wisdom throughout all his works.” —Charles Spurgeon
Thomas Watson, vicar at St. Stephen’s Walbrook, was one of England’s most popular preachers of the mid 17th Century—despite being imprisoned for a year for his refusal to conform to ecclesiastical pressures of his day. Watson left behind a legacy of writings—including The Art of Divine Contentment, The Body of Divinity, and The Happiness of Drawing Near to God—that have influenced both theologians and common people for centuries. Now Patti Hummel has pulled together a year of readings from the man built around his favorite theme that "man’s chief aim is to glorify God and enjoy him forever.”
|About the Contributor(s)||Patti Hummel
Patti Hummel is the author of books and magazine articles as well as an international speaker. She also is currently president of the Benchmark Group, Literary Agents and Publishers of The Young Writers Series and A Lesson Learned Series.
|Release Date||Nov 24, 2009|
|Who It's For||Men, Women|