The Complete Works of John Bunyan
The Complete Works of John Bunyan
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One of the outstanding English Puritans, Bunyan is considered to be the "#1-selling" author for over a century!  The Great Spurgeon once said that you can "prick Bunyan anywhere and he will bleed Bible." Bunyan had a profound grasp on the Scriptures, and his books show it. His Bible was almost his only companion for years in the prison, where he could often be seen on his knees in front of it in prayer. And it is that passion that pours forth on every page of this collection.
Pilgrim's Progress

5 out of 5 Stars - After the Bible, people say it is the 'best selling' book of all time! - Reviewer

"I've read and re-read this ageless story, it will never lose it message or it's many lessons for me. I highly recommend that every Christian should read it." - EM

"Pilgrim's Progress is truly an amazing book. This is a " must-read" book for all Christians." - D. Park

"This is a brilliant work on the Christian life. Historically, it has been the second-best-selling book of ALL TIME, right after the Bible itself. I'd say its status is well-deserved; it is pretty much THE classic work on the Christian life. " - Reviewer from Chicago

"5-Stars - You'
The Holy War
Who will be the conquering Prince. Diabolus or Emmanuel? The Holy War is considered by many to be amongst John Bunyan's best writings. The allegory allows you to experience the struggles of the city of Mansoul as a fierce battle rages to take control of it. In this knife-edge drama, Diabolus using ruse, intrigue and force attacks Mansoul (allegory for Man's soul). The battle is long and bitter, but through the intervention of Prince Emmanuel victory is secured.

"You'll never look at the way you live your life the same way again." - Reviewer

"Forget Frank Perretti... Bunyan's allegory on spiritual warfare is absolutely profound! 5- Stars. A true classic!" - A. Ellefson

" A True Masterpiece - 5 Stars" - Reviewer

" This is a must read - 5 Stars!" - G. Correll
Grace Abounding To The Chief Of Sinners
Subtitle: A Brief And Faithful Relation Of The Exceeding Mercy Of God In Christ To His Poor Servant, John Bunyan; Wherein Is Particularly Showed The Manner Of His Conversion, His Sight And Trouble For Sin, His Dreadful Temptations, Also How He Despaired Of God's Mercy, And How The Lord At Length Through Christ Did Deliver Him From All The Guilt And Terror That Lay Upon Him.

"I LOVE IT!" - Vincent  "A Great Book!" - T.B.   "Worth it's Weight!" - S. Dunn Published in 1666

In this powerful account, John Bunyan tells how he was changed from the most notorious rebel in his village to a great man of faith.
A Treatise Of The Fear Of God
Subtitle: Showing What It Is, And How Distinguished From That Which Is Not So.
Also, Whence It Comes; Who Has It; What Are The Effects; And What The Privileges Of Those That Have It In Their Hearts.

"5 Stars! This is an EXCELLENT book!!!  It helps to point you in the direction of true, healthy fear of God. It is Biblically sound, and pulls apart the text in the Bible to give a clear understanding of what the verse means. Read it!" - Katy

"5 out of 5 stars - Understand why the greatest power in the universe loves you
An excellent study of the holiness of God and why man should fear him. After reading this book you will grow to fear God not as a inconceivable power that will consume you, but as a loving father. A must read for every growing Christian in today's world." - Macleod
The Acceptable Sacrifice
Subtitle: The Excellency Of A Broken Heart

Showing The Nature, Signs, And Proper Effects Of A Contrite Spirit.
Being The Last Works Of That Eminent Preacher And Faithful Minister Of Jesus Christ, Mr. John Bunyan, Of Bedford.

Published in 1689

John Bunyan's words are delivered with compelling conviction as he passionately portrays the beauty of the only sacrifice that is acceptable to God. With carefully crafted words he describes the wonder and majesty of a heart broken before the Lord

"One page randomly read is nourishment. But beware; one page will make you want another and another!" - Reviewer

"There is a reason why John Bunyan remains as one of my favorite authors.  High encouragement from the God of all hope." - J. Ballein
The Saints' Knowledge Of Christ's Love
Subtitle: The Unsearchable Riches Of Christ.

Nothing is more vital than knowing the love of Christ. This is Bunyan's work on Ephesians 3:17-18 "THAT YE - - - MAY BE ABLE TO COMPREHEND WITH ALL SAINTS, WHAT IS THE BREADTH, AND LENGTH, AND DEPTH, AND HEIGHT; AND TO KNOW THE LOVE OF CHRIST, WHICH PASSES UNDERSTANDING." Bunyan floods you with Christ's love, which is larger than any of us can ever realize. Published in 1692

5-Stars - Wonderful Read - Reviewer

"No matter what your exposure to John Bunyan, this work is a great read for the growing believer!" - J. Wright
The Life And Death Of Mr. Badman
Subtitle: Presented To The World In A Familiar Dialogue Between Mr. Wiseman And Mr. Attentive

Millions have read The Pilgrim's Progress and received inspiration for their Christian walk. Now, you can follow another man---Mr. Badman---on his life journey, which leads him ultimately to hell. With this book, John Bunyan provides instructions for the Christian life. He will show you...

how to experience joy in difficult circumstances.
how to avoid the dire consequences of living a sinful life.
how to teach your children Christian values.
how to succeed in business.
how to be spared from God's judgment.
how to avoid bad marriages.
how to please God.

"5-Stars!" - Virginia
Published in 1680
The Saints' Privilege And Profit
Subtitle: The Throne Of Grace

This is an excellent book for those desiring to deepen their knowledge of prayer, both theologically and experientially. Bunyan's chapters are laid out in an easy to follow outline that aids the reader in digesting the material.- JLB

5-Stars - One of Bunyan's finest, most profitable works! shows Christians the beauty, power, and awe of true prayer.- B. Douglas

"It is one of the best, if not the best book I have read on prayer." - J. R. Murphy
Praying With The Spirit
Subtitle: I Will Pray With The Spirit And With The Understanding Or, A Discourse Touching Prayer  Written In Prison, 1662. Published, 1663.

If you want to understand praying with the Spirit of God, then read someone who spent 12 years in a medieval prison! John Bunyan was imprisoned in 1660 for "unlicensed" preaching in Bedford, England. During twelve years of intermittent confinement, Bunyan learned that the best way to glorify God in his sufferings was to pray often and pray devoutly."

"A wonderful book... It taught me more about the Holy Spirit and following the Spirit's leading in prayer." - Janie

"regarded as one of the definitive Puritan works on prayer." - Reviewer
A Few Sighs From Hell
Subtitle: The Groans Of The Damned Soul:
Or, An Exposition Of Those Words In The Sixteenth Of Luke, Concerning The Rich Man And The Beggar
Wherein Is Discovered The Lamentable State Of The Damned; Their Cries, Their Desires In Their Distresses, With The Determination Of God Upon Them.

5 Stars - Eye opening and thought provoking!
This book was recommended to me by a friend and he made it sound like a must read piece of work. Well, it was all that he said and more! I would recommend this book to anyone. After reading this book, you will find that the most important thing one can and should desire is an intimate relationship with God. - Reviewer
Published in 1650
The Heavenly Footman
Subtitle: A Description Of The Man That Gets To Heaven:

Together With The Way He Runs In, The Marks He Goes By; Also, Some Directions How To Run So As To Obtain.

‘And it came to pass, when they had brought them forth abroad, that he said, Escape for thy life; look not behind thee, neither stay thou in all the plain: escape to the mountain, lest thou be consumed.'' Genesis 19:17.

Published in 1692, Bunyan gets to the heart of what the Bible teaches about the way to heaven and exhorts his readers to make sure that they are on the road that undoubtedly leads to the heavenly city.
The Jerusalem Sinner Saved
Subtitle: Good News For The Vilest Of Men
Being A Help For Despairing Souls, Showing That Jesus Christ Would Have Mercy In The First Place Offered To The Biggest Sinners.
Also Added, An Answer To Those Grand Objections That Lie In The Way Of The Them That Would Believe: For The Comfort Of Them That Fear They Have Sinned Against The Holy Ghost.

John Bunyan confessed himself to have been one of the worst sinners to have ever walked God's earth. After his conversion to Jesus Christ, he was constantly amazed by the fact that the God of infinite grace should have saved him from his sin. Published by Bunyan in t
Come And Welcome To Jesus Christ
Subtitle: A Plain And Profitable Discourse On John 6:37

Showing The Cause, Truth, And Manner Of The Coming Of A Sinner To Jesus Christ
With His Happy Reception And Blessed Entertainment.

"Of all John Bunyan's writings, this book most fully expresses his delight and joy in the free and gracious welcome given to sinners by Jesus Christ. It is a thorough exposition of John 6:37: All that the Father giveth me shall come to me; and him that cometh to me I will in no wise cast out. Bunyan not only explains the meaning of the terms used in the text, but also labors to remove the doubts and difficulties of sinners and backsliders in their approach to Christ. It is a Christian classic that deserves a wide modern readership." - Review
A Discourse Upon The Pharisee And The Publican
Subtitle: Wherein Several Great And Weighty Things Are Handled:
As, The Nature Of Prayer,
And Of Obedience To The Law,
With How Far It Obliges Christians, And Wherein It Consists.

Wherein Is Also Shewed, The Equally Deplorable Condition Of The Pharisee, Or Hypocritical And Self-righteous Man; And Of The Publican, Or Sinner That Lives In Sin, And In Open Violation Of The Divine Laws. Together With The Way And Method Of God's Free Grace In Pardoning Penitent Sinners; Proving That He Justifies Them By Imputing Christ's Righteousness To Them.
Published in 1658

"As a theological treatise, the Pharisee and Publican is invaluable. It is clear and perfectly intelligible proving the impossibility of a sinner's recommending himself to the divine favour by any imperfect good works of his own."
Scriptural Poems
Subtitle: Being Several Portions Of Scripture Digested Into English Verse
I. The Book Of Ruth
II. The History Of Samson
III. Christ's Sermon on the Mount
IV. The Prophecy of Jonah
V. The Life of Joseph
VI. The Epistle of James

"Wonderful Verse from Bunyan!"

Bunyan was very good with rhymes, and the spiritual insights in these lines are keen and soul-searching without being too stodgy. I highly recommend this book!" - Lucas
Seasonable Counsel
Subtitle: Advice To Sufferers

No man could have been better qualified
to give advice to sufferers for righteousness' sake, than John Bunyan: and this work is exclusively devoted to that object. Shut up in a noisome jail, under the iron hand of persecution, for nearly thirteen years, in the constant fear of being hanged as a malefactor, for refusing conformity to the national liturgy, he well knew what sufferings were, and equally well did he know the sources of consolation. In this "Advice" we find his opinion on the origin of persecution-the instruments-the motives-its cruelty-with cautions, counsels, and support to the persecuted.
Published in 1684
The Holy City
Subtitle: The New Jerusalem
Wherein Its Goodly Light, Walls, Gates, Angels, And The Manner Of Their Standing, Are Expounded: Also Her Length And Breadth, Together With The Golden Measuring-Reed Explained: And The Glory Of All Unfolded.

As Also The Numerousness Of Its Inhabitants; And What The Tree And Water Of Life Are, By Which They Are Sustained.

‘Glorious things are spoken of thee, O city of God.' Psalm 87:3
‘And the name of the city from that day shall be, THE LORD IS THERE.' Ezekiel 48:35

Published in 1665
The Law And Grace Unfolded
Subtitle: A Discourse Touching The Law And Grace
The Nature Of The One, And The Nature Of The Other; Showing What They Are, As They Are The Two Covenants; And Likewise, Who They Be, And What Their Conditions Are, That Be Under Either Of These Two Covenants

Wherein, for the better understanding of the reader, there are several questions answered touching the law and grace, very easy to be read, and as easy to be understood, by those that are the sons of wisdom, the children of the second covenant.

"For the law made nothing perfect, but the bringing in of a better hope did; by the which we draw nigh unto God" (Heb 7:19).
"Therefore we conclude that a man is justified by faith without the deeds of the law" (Rom 3:28).
A Book For Boys And Girls
Subtitle: Temporal Things Spiritualized.
Divine Emblems, Or Temporal Things Spiritualized:
Fitted For The Use Of Boys And Girls..
The Water Of Life
Subtitle: A Discourse Showing The Richness And Glory
Of The
Grace And Spirit Of The Gospel
As Set Forth In Scripture By This Term, The Water Of Life.
By John Bunyan.

"And whosoever will, let him take the water of life freely."'Revelation 22:17

John Bunyan's The Water of Life (1688) shows the richness and glory of the grace of the Gospel as set forth in the Scripture. Bunyan uses the water of life as a metaphor for the spirit and grace of God that shows the way to complete redemption from sins of life. The book further explores the greatness, the spring, and the nature and quality of this water of life that cures all the spiritual and physical maladies of man.
The Barren Fig-Tree
Subtitle: The Doom And Downfall Of The Fruitless Professor

Showing, That The Day Of Grace May Be Past With Him Long Before His Life Is Ended;
The Signs Also By Which Such Miserable Mortals May Be Known.

‘Who being dead, yet speaketh.' Hebrews 11:4

John Bunyan's The Barren Fig Tree; or The Doom and Downfall of the Fruitless Professor (1688) is an exposition of Luke 13:6-9, concerning a barren fig-tree and a man. A professor planted a fig tree in his vineyard, but it bore no fruits for three years. Now the professor is doomed and cursed to death. Bunyan goes through the parable word by word, explicating its metaphors and their relevance to the life of the modern sinner.
Saved By Grace
Subtitle: A Discourse Of The Grace Of God
I. What It Is To Be Saved.
II. What It Is To Be Saved By Grace.
I. Who They Are That Are Saved By Grace.
IV. How It Appears That They Are Saved By Grace.
V. What Should Be The Reason That God Should Choose To Save Sinners By Grace Rather Than By Any Other Means
The Strait Gate
Subtitle: Great Difficulty Of Going To Heaven

Plainly Proving, By The Scriptures, That Not Only The Rude And Profane, But Many Great Professors, Will Come Short Of That Kingdom.

"Enter ye in at the strait gate; for wide is the gate, and broad is the way that leadeth to destruction, and many there be which go in thereat: because strait is the gate, and narrow is the way which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it."'Matthew 7:13, 14
Published in 1676
Light For Them That Sit In Darkness
Subtitle: A Discourse Of Jesus Christ
And That He Undertook To Accomplish By Himself The Eternal Redemption Of Sinners
How The Lord Jesus Addressed Himself To This Work; With Undeniable Demonstrations That He Performed The Same.
Objections To The Contrary Answered.

‘Christ hath redeemed us from the curse of the law, being made a curse for us.''Galatians 3:13.
Water Baptism
Subtitle: Differences In Judgment About Baptism Are No Bar To Communion
To Communicate With Saints, As Saints, Proved Lawful.

In Answer To A Book Written By The Baptists, And Published By Mr. T. Paul And Mr. W. Kiffin, Entitled, ‘Some Serious Reflections On That Part Of Mr Bunyan's Confession Of Faith,
Touching Church Communion With Unbaptized Believers.'
Wherein Their Objections And Arguments Are Answered, And The Doctrine Of Communion Still Asserted And Vindicated. Here Is Also Mr. Henry Jesse's Judgment In The Case, Fully Declaring The Doctrine I Have Asserted.
By John Bunyan.
Published in 1673
Peaceable Principles And True
Subtitle: A Brief Answer To Mr. D'anver's And Mr. Paul's Books
Against My Confession Of Faith, And Differences In Judgment About Baptism No Bar To Communion.
Wherein Their Scriptureless Notions Are Overthrown, And My Peaceable Principles Still Maintained.

‘Do ye indeed speak righteousness, O congregation? do ye judge uprightly, O ye sons of men?'--Psalm 58:1
Published in 1674
A Case Of Conscience Resolved
Subtitle: Whether, Where A Church Of Christ Is Situate, It Is The Duty Of The Women Of That Congregation, Ordinarily, And By Appointment, To Separate Themselves From Their Brethren, And So To Assemble Together, To Perform Some Parts Of Divine Worship, As Prayer, Etc., Without Their Men?

And The Arguments Made Use Of For That Practice, Examined

Published in 1683
A Relation Of The Imprisonment Of Mr. John Bunyan
Subtitle: Minister Of The Gospel At Bedford, In November 1660.
His Examination Before The Justices; His Conference With The Clerk Of The Peace;
What Passed Between The Judges And His Wife When She Presented A Petition For His Deliverance, Etc.

Written By Himself, And Never Before Published During His Lifetime.

Published in 1692
The Resurrection Of The Dead, And Eternal Judgment
Subtitle: The Truth Of The Resurrection Of The Bodies
Both Of Good And Bad At The Last Day:
Asserted, And Proved By God's Word.
The Manner And Order Of Their Coming Forth Of Their Graves;
As Also, With What Bodies They Do Arise. Together,
With A Discourse Of The Last Judgment, And The Final Conclusion Of The Whole World.
By John Bunyan, A Servant Of The Lord's Christ.

Published in 1665

"Behold, I shew you a mystery; We shall not all sleep, but we shall all be changed, in a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trump: for the trumpet shall sound, and the dead shall be raised incorruptible, and we shall be changed"' (1 Cor 15:51, 52)
Some Gospel Truths Opened
Subtitle: The Divine And Human Nature Of Christ Jesus;
His Coming Into The World; His Righteousness, Death, Resurrection, Ascension, Intercession, And Second Coming To Judgment, Plainly Demonstrated And Proved.

And Also
Answers to several Questions, with profitable Directions to stand fast in the Doctrine of Jesus the Son of MARY, against those blustering Storms of the Devil's Temptations, which do at this Day, like so many Scorpions, break loose from the bottomless Pit, to bite and torment those that have not tasted the Virtue of Jesus, by the Revelation of the Spirit of God.
Published for the good of God's chosen ones, by that unworthy servant of CHRIST,
JOHN BUNYAN, of BEDFORD, By the grace of GOD, preacher of the GOSPEL of his dear SON.
Published in 1656
A Vindication of Gospel Truths Opened
Subtitle: According To The Scriptures
And The Opposition Made Against It By Edward Borrough, A Professed Quaker, But Proved An Enemy To The Truth, Examined And Confuted By The Word Of God. And also, a plain Answer to his Queries, given in Simplicity of Soul; and is now also presented to the World, or who else may read, or hear them; to the end (if God will) that Truth may be discovered thereby.
"I have found David - - a man after mine own heart,' (saith God) Acts 13:22
‘Of this man's seed hath God according to his promise raised unto Israel a Saviour, Jesus': (saith the Apostle) 23
‘And when they had fulfilled all that was written of him, they took him down from the tree, and laid him in a sepulchre': 29
‘But God raised him from the dead': 30

Published in 1657
The Greatness Of The Soul
Subtitle: And Unspeakableness 0f The Loss Thereof

With The Causes Of The Losing It.
First Preached At Pinner's Hall And Now Enlarged And Published For Good.

Published in 1683
Solomon's Temple Spiritualized
Subtitle: Gospel Light Fetched Out Of The Temple At Jerusalem
To Let Us More Easily Into The Glory Of New Testament Truths.

‘Thou son of man, show the house to the house of Israel;…show them the form of the house, and the fashion thereof, and the goings out hereof, and the comings in thereof, and all the forms thereof, and all the ordinances thereof, and all the forms thereof, and all the laws thereof.' Ezekiel 43:10, 11

Published in 1688
One Thing Is Needful
Subtitle: Serious Meditations Upon The Four Last Things:

Death, Judgment, Heaven, And Hell

Unto Which Is Added
Ebal And Gerizzim, Or The Blessing And The Curse,
Israel's Hope Encouraged
Subtitle: What Hope Is, And How Distinguished From Faith
With Encouragements For A Hoping People

Published in 1692
The Pilgrim's Progress - Part 2
Subtitle: From This World To That Which Is To Come.
The Second Part
Delivered Under The Similitude Of A Dream.
Wherein Is Set Forth The Manner Of The Setting Out Of Christian's Wife And Children, Their Dangerous Journey, And Safe Arrival At The Desired Country.

Published in 1684

" The message is profound and transcends time as it metaphorically links the struggles of all believers to the saving grace of God. A Great Book - 5-Stars!" - M. Marin

"It is a delight to read" - William

"One of the most important extra-biblical works ever published, a work of ennormous value to your walk of faith." - Perry

"This book is a classic and a must read for all Christians. 5-Stars" - Douglas
Christian Behavior
Subtitle: Being The Fruits Of True Christianity:
Teaching Husbands, Wives, Parents, Children, Masters, Servants, Etc.,
How To Walk So As To Please God.
With A Word Of Direction To All Backsliders
The House Of God
Subtitle: A Discourse Of The Building, Nature, Excellency, And Government Of
With Counsels And Directions To The Inhabitants Thereof.
By John Bunyan, Of Bedford.

‘Lord, I have loved the habitation of thy house, and the place where thine honour dwelleth.'--Psalm 26:8
Published in 1688
Justification By Faith In Jesus Christ
Subtitle: A Defense Of The Doctrine. Showing
True Gospel-Holiness Flows From Justification By Faith
Or, Mr. Fowler's Pretended Design Of Christianity, Proved To Be Nothing More Than To Trample Under Foot The Blood Of The Son Of God; And The Idolizing Of Man's Own Righteousness
As Also,
How While He Pretends To Be A Minister Of The Church Of England, He Overthroweth The Wholesome Doctrine Contained In The 10th, 11th, And 13th, Of The Thirty-Nine Articles Of The Same, And That He Falleth In With The Quaker And Romanist, Against Them

Published in 1671
Reprobation Asserted
Subtitle: The Doctrine Of Eternal Election And Reprobation

Promiscuously Handled, In Eleven Chapters.
Wherein The Most Material Objections Made By The Opposers Of This Doctrine, Are Fully Answered; Several Doubts Removed, And Sundry Cases Of Conscience Resolved.
By John Bunyan Of Bedford, A Lover Of Peace And Truth.

‘What then? Israel hath not obtained that which he seeketh for; but the election hath obtained it, and the rest were blinded.''Romans 11:7
A Continuation Of Mr. Bunyan's Life
Subtitle: Beginning Where He Left Off, And Concluding With The Time And Manner Of His Death And Burial, Together With His True Character
An Exposition On The First Ten Chapters Of Genesis
Subtitle: And Part Of The Eleventh

An Unfinished Commentary On The Bible, Found Among The Author's Papers After His Death,
In His Own Handwriting; And Published In 1691
Instruction For The Ignorant
Subtitle: Being A Salve To Cure That Great Want Of Knowledge, Which So Much Reigns Both In Young And Old.

Prepared And Presented To Them In A Plain And Easy Dialogue, Bfitted To The Capacity Of The Weakest.

‘My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge.'--Hosea 4:6
Published in 1675
A Holy Life The Beauty Of Christianity
Subtitle: An Exhortation To Christians To Be Holy. By John Bunyan.

‘Holiness becometh thine house, O Lord, for ever.'- Psalm 93:5
The Antichrist
Subtitle: His Ruin.
And Of The Slaying The Witnesses.
Published in 1692
Questions About The Nature And Perpetuity Of The Seventh-Day Sabbath
Subtitle: And Proof
That The First Day Of The Week Is The True Christian Sabbath.

Published in 1685
Of The Trinity And A Christian, And Of The Law And A Christian
Published in 1692
Prison Meditations
Subtitle: Directed To The Heart Of Suffering Saints And Reigning Sinners
By John Bunyan, In Prison, 1665
The Work Of Jesus Christ As An Advocate
Subtitle: Clearly Explained, And Largely Improved, For The Benefit Of All Believers.

1 John 2:1 - "And if any man sin, we have an advocate with the Father, Jesus Christ the righteous."

Published in 1688
Christ A Complete Saviour
Subtitle: The Intercession Of Christ, And Who Are Privileged In It.

Published in 1692
A Memoir On John Bunyan By Rev. George Cheever
Read about one of the most exciting Christians that have ever lived. From a life given to sin, pulled out by God, to preach fearlessly and passionately.
The Struggler
Subtitle: Containing The Chronological Order In Which Mr. Bunyan's Books Were Published, And The Number Of Editions They Passed Through During His Life. Thirty Reasons Why Christian People Should Promote Their Circulation, And The Struggler For The Preservation Of These Labours.'

Published in 1692
Paul's Departure And Crown
Subtitle: An Exposition Upon 2 Timothy 4:6-8

Published in 1692
The Desire Of The Righteous Granted
Subtitle: A Discourse Of The Righteous Man's Desires

Published in 1692
A Discourse Of The House Of The Forest Of Lebanon
Published in 1692
Justification By An Imputed Righteousness
Subtitle: Or, No Way To Heaven But By Jesus Christ.

Published in 1692
A Caution To Stir Up To Watch Against Sin
Published in 1684
A Confession of My Faith
Published in 1672
Exhortation To Peace And Unity
Mr. Bunyan's Last Sermon
Subtitle: Preached August 19th, 1688

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