An Exposition with Practicall Observations Continued Upon the Eighteenth, Nineteenth, Twentieth, and Twenty-one Chapters of the Book of Job: Being the Summe of Forty-two Lectures Delivered at Magnus Neare London Bridge
M. Simmons and are to be sould by Joseph Cranford at the Sign of the Kings Head in Pauls Church-yard, 1658 - Bible - 841 pages
What people are saying - Write a review
This is a rare treasure from one of the great Puritan minds. Spurgeon said of this work: "Caryl must have inherited the patience of Job to have completed his stupendous task. It would be a mistake to suppose that he is at all prolix or redundant; he is only full. In the course of his expounding he has illustrated a very large portion of the whole Bible with great clearness and power. He is deeply devotional and spiritual. He gives us much, but none too much. His work can scarcely be superseded or surpassed."