Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners
Composed in jail during the era of the Restoration, John Bunyan's Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners (1666) describes the author's infidelity in early life, when he gave in to the temptations of the devil and enjoyed sinning. This is a true account of the struggles that changed him from a perpetual sinner to a religious scholar.
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Maybe it is just the modern world in which I grew up, but Mr. Bunyan's journey to conversion in Christ was a lot of work. Much more work than most faithful people I know seem to think it takes to ... Read full review
Bunyan shows the abundant grace of God in the heart of an individual struggling with forgivness and assurance. Read full review