Category Archives: Owen

There is more glory by John Owen

There is more glory under the eye of God, in the sighs, groans, and mournings of poor souls filled with the love of Christ, after the enjoyment of him according to his promises— in their fervent prayers for his manifestation … Continue reading

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Overcoming Sin & Temptation – Introduction

Why read John Owen?¬†Well for me that is easy. He is the prince of the puritans, a standard bearer of reformed orthodoxy, and one of the most insightful and thoroughly biblical writers I have read. His passion for the glory … Continue reading

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“Here faith begins what sight shall perfect” by John Owen

“But where this faith is, the greatness of the mysteries with it embraceth heightens its efficacy, in all it blessed effects, upon the soul. Such is this constitution of the person of Christ, wherein the glory of all the holy … Continue reading

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“The Eternal was made in time, the Infinite became Finite, the Immortal mortal” by John Owen

But of all the effects of the divine excellencies, the constitution of the person of Christ as the foundation of the new creation, as “the Mystery of Godliness,” was the most ineffable and glorious. I speak not of his divine … Continue reading

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“The bread of their souls” by John Owen

“It is a great promise concerning the person of Christ, as he was to be given unto the church, (for he was a child born, a son given unto us, Isa. ix. 6,) that God would “lay him in Zion … Continue reading

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