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But after a trip to an outlying district, he returned to London on horseback through excessive rains. ” His last sermon had been on August 19 in London at Whitechapel on John 1:13. ”41 His wife and children were probably unaware of the crisis until it was too late. So Bunyan, in all likelihood, died without the comfort of family— just as he had spent so much of his life without the comforts of home. “The inventory of Bunyan’s property after his death added up to a total of 42 pounds and 19 shillings.

As redwoods attract the eye, because they overtop other trees, so the mature holiness and seasoned fortitude of the great Puritans shine before us as a kind of beacon light, overtopping the stature of the majority of Christians in most eras, and certainly so in this age of crushing urban collectivism, when Western Christians sometimes feel and often look like ants in an anthill and puppets on a string” (J. I. Packer, A Quest for Godliness: The Puritan Vision of the Christian Life [Wheaton, IL: Crossway Books, 1990], pp.

722-723. See Chapter One for the details of his argument and the texts he gives to support them. qxd 9/21/07 10:05 AM Page 31 Introduction 31 Wherefore, as we should, so again we should not, be afraid of men: we should be afraid of them, because they will hurt us; but we should not be afraid of them, as if they were let loose to do to us, and with us, what they will. God’s bridle is upon them, God’s hook is in their nose: yea, and God has determined the bounds of their rage, and if he lets them drive his church into the sea of troubles, it shall be but up to the neck, and so far it may go, and not be drowned.

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