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Thomas Watson's A Divine Cordial (All Things For God), or, The Transcendent Privilege of Those That Love God and are Savingly Called (Free MP3s, Books, etc.)


A Divine Cordial (1 of 6), or, The Transcendent Privilege of Those That Love God and are Savingly Called by Thomas Watson (Free MP3)




There are two things, which I have always looked upon as difficult. The one is, to make the wicked sad; the other is, to make the godly joyful. Dejection in the godly arises from a double spring: either because their inward comforts are darkened, or their outward comforts are disturbed. To cure both these troubles, I have put forth this ensuing piece, hoping, by the blessing of God, it will buoy up their desponding hearts, and make them look with a more pleasant aspect. I would prescribe them to take, now and then, a little of this Cordial: all things work together for good to them that love God.There are two things, which I have always looked upon as difficult.


To know that nothing hurts the godly, is a matter of comfort; but to be assured that all things which fall out shall co operate for their good, that their crosses shall be turned into blessings, that showers of affliction water the withering root of their grace and make it flourish more; this may fill their hearts with joy till they run over.


- Thomas Watson, A Divine Cordial, emphases added


A Divine Cordial (2 of 6), or, The Transcendent Privilege of Those That Love God and are Savingly Called by Thomas Watson (Free MP3)




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A Divine Cordial (3 of 6), or, The Transcendent Privilege of Those That Love God and are Savingly Called by Thomas Watson (Free MP3)




A Divine Cordial (4 of 6), or, The Transcendent Privilege of Those That Love God and are Savingly Called by Thomas Watson (Free MP3)




A Divine Cordial (5 of 6), or, The Transcendent Privilege of Those That Love God and are Savingly Called by Thomas Watson (Free MP3)




A Divine Cordial (6 of 6), or, The Transcendent Privilege of Those That Love God and are Savingly Called by Thomas Watson (Free MP3)




And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.


- Romans 8:28 (KJV)


60 Free MP3s by Thomas Watson from Still Waters Revival Books (SWRB)


On Puritan Books & Literature, and Puritanism & Writing, by the Puritan Thomas Watson (Free MP3 and Video)


All Things For Good or A Divine Cordial by Thomas Watson (Puritan Paperback at Monergism Books)


In this fine study of Romans 8:28, Thomas Watson explains how both the best and the worst experiences work for the good of God's people. Previously "A Divine Cordial." Watson simply but profoundly explains how God does in fact make all things work together for the good of His people. One of the most useful explanation of Romans 8:28 ever written. - Monergism Books


A Divine Cordial by Thomas Watson (free online text, also published by Banner of Truth Trust as All Things for Good)


The Works of Thomas Watson ( Kindle .mobi or ePub eBook, at Monergism Books)


From Monergism Books: This eBook comes complete with an active linked Table of Contents, making navigation quicker and easier. Read it in your Kindle, Nook, Sony eReader, iPad or hand-held device. Font enlarged on ePub for optimal reading at medium setting on the Nook. Some other versions of this book may not have active link technology built into them. We can guarantee that if you buy this version of the book it will be formatted perfectly on your hand held device.


Description: This eBook includes the following 14 volumes by Thomas Watson:


-A Body of Practical Divinity
-The Ten Commandments
-The Lord's Prayer
-The Beatitudes
-The Godly Man's Picture
-The Art of Divine Contentment
-A Treatise Concerning Meditation
-The Great Gain of Godliness
-The Doctrine of Repentance
-The Mischief of Sin
-A Divine Cordial
-The Christian Soldier
-The Christian's Charter
-The Duty of Self-Denial


Thomas Watson (c. 1620-1686), An Excerpt from Meet the Puritans  by Dr. Joel Beeke and Randall J. Pederson


A Divine Cordial, or, The Transcendent Privilege of Those That Love God and are Savingly Called by Thomas Watson (Free online, PDF, etc.)



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Dr. Steven Dilday

Pastor of Liberty and Grace Reformed Church in Northern Virginia


For a number of years now, I have followed, and benefited from, the work of Still Waters Revival Books, particularly the Reformation and Puritan Bookshelf CD sets... and now the Puritan Hard Drive.


The Puritan Hard Drive is a remarkable accomplishment!


The common Christian can now have a world-class Presbyterian and Reformed library at his fingertips, for only pennies per volume.


I do not think that it is an exaggeration to say that the Puritan Hard Drive presents an historic and singular opportunity.


The works on the Puritan Hard Drive have been invaluable to me in sermon preparation and in improving personal and familial piety. If these had been the only blessings attached to the reading of these documents, the expense (even if it had been much greater) would have been justified; but there is more here.


In this present time, a great many Presbyterians (particularly in North America) have forgotten and implicitly (perhaps unwittingly) rejected their Presbyterian heritage. Strangely, Westminster confessing churches have rejected the theological distinctives of the Westminster Standards.


Although the Westminster Assembly produced a beautiful statement of soteriological Calvinism, the histories clearly demonstrate that soteriology was not the principle focus, nor chief interest, of the Assembly. The Westminster Assembly was primarily concerned with uniformity in worship (in accordance with the Regulative Principle), the form of church government (Presbyterianism jus divinum), and Church-State relations (the Establishment Principle). It is a sad irony that the great and distinctive attainments of the Westminster Assembly have been ignored and rejected by so many Westminster confessing churches.


However, we may yet entertain the hope that these great attainments are rejected largely because of ignorance. The best books on these subjects have not been readily available; but (thanks be to God) they are available again on the Puritan Hard Drive.


For anyone interested in recovering our Presbyterian and Reformed past, the Puritan Hard Drive is a must.


It is my hope and prayer that the Puritan Hard Drive will be used by God to bring to light the things that were hidden, to call to remembrance the things that were forgotten.


- Dr. Steven Dilday, Pastor of Liberty and Grace Reformed Church in Northern Virginia http://www.libertyandgracereformed.org/ and http://www.sermonaudio.com/PRCNOVA, President of The Matthew Poole Project http://www.matthewpoole.net/, Professor of Hebrew and director of the Ph.D. program in Puritan History and Literature at Whitefield Theological Seminary http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=82911013359, also directs the Master of Theology degree in "Ecclesiastical Latin." Dr. Dilday is currently translating the "Synopsis" written by the Puritan Divine, Matthew Poole http://www.matthewpoole.net/aboutSynopsis.html. This project when completed will consist of approximately 82 volumes.



Thomas Watson's A Divine Cordial (All Things For God), or, The Transcendent Privilege of Those That Love God and are Savingly Called (Free MP3s, Books, etc.)



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