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Keeping the Heart has ratings and 46 reviews. John said: This book rocked my world. It showed me how distracted my heart is, and how prone I am to wa. Table of Contents. Chapter 1. Proverbs , The Text Explained. Chapter 2. Duties Included in Keeping the Heart. Chapter 3. Reasons Why this Should be the. Keeping the Heart. How to maintain your love for God. JOHN FLAVEL. Keeping the Heart- 3. 16/07/

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The hour of temptation Was pleasantly surprised and challenged in this short read!

Keeping the Heart: John Flavel: : Books

It does this principally through considering twelve special ‘seasons’ or situations in the life of the Christian such as adversity, temptation, duty and sickness. Wood bitterly comments on the violence of his dissent. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web.

It is the most important business of a Christian’s life. You must call yourself frequently to an account; examine yourself as in the presence of the all seeing God; bring your conscience, as it were, to the bar of judgment. Or like the misplacing hearg inverting of the stamps and letters in the press, which must cause so many errata in all the copies that are printed. John Flavel addresses the great importance of why we need to keep our hearts, in what seasons we need to be most aware of keeping our hearts, and gives instruction in how to keep our hearts all based around Proverbs 4: I highlighted and marked many a statement from this book.

Keeping the Heart: How to maintain your love for God by John Flavel – Christian Focus Publications

Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Frequent observation of the frame of the heart. This little Puritan classic is an antidote for hearts torn by the contest of values in the public square, and too much “getting and spending. As with most Puritans, his writing is very vivid and penetrating. Flavel, the eldest son of the Rev. Thus each encouragement is based on the full heft of God’s own faithfulness.


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Keeping the Heart (Puritan Classics)

More devotional that some of Puritan John Flavel’s other works. An exhortation, “Keep thy heart with all diligence. Audio CD Verified Purchase. Read more Read less. Richard Flavel, described as ‘a painful and eminent minister,’ who was incumbent successively of Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, Hasler and Willersey, Gloucestershire from which last living hexrt was ejected inwas born in or about at Bromsgrove.

Here lies the very force and stress of religion; here is that which makes the way to life a narrow way, and the gate of heaven a strait gate.

Prayer and the heart are meant to be together. To ask other readers questions about Keeping the Heartplease sign up. Subtitled, How to maintain your love for God. It includes deep humiliation for heart evils and disorders 3. One thing I think is not the best teaching, as is the case with much of puritan writing is the lack of emphasis on our new identity in Christ. Away with every cowardly feeling, and make up your mind to encounter difficulties.

English Choose a language for shopping. Flavel gives us deeply powerful ammunition in our fight for holiness. Thank you for your comments. It is easy to learn pray eloquently. Flavel avoids the temptation to offer empty comfort or platitudes–his words are based on reality and Scripture, not warm, fuzzy feelings.


It seemed to go on and on. By this fear of the Jeart it is that men depart from evil, shake off sloth, and preserve themselves from iniquity. To get thy heart broken for sin, while thou art confessing it; melted with free geart while thou art blessing God for it; to be really ashamed and humbled through the apprehensions of Gods infinite holiness, and to keep t “Heart work is hard work indeed.

Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly, in its commands, its promises, its threatenings; let it be fixed in your understanding, your memory, your conscience, your affections. The middle of the book addresses different seasons in which we need to be most attentive to keeping our hearts and flavvel very good insights are given unless you are going through one of those seasons they do not deeply resonate, at least many of them did not with me.

A very helpful book about how to maintain your love for God, read a few pages a day but very worthwhile. The middle of the This is a wonderful short book on one of the most important, if not the most important aspect of Christian living.

Keeping the heart when we receive injuries and abuses from men. Does my heart speak like one?