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Loving God With the Whole Heart (Free MP3s)



Scroll down for free Reformation (Reformed) and Puritan MP3s (and more) on loving God with your whole heart. There are 25 free Reformed MP3s on loving God with your whole heart listed below. Additionally, see the informative quotes, following the free resources below, on loving the Lord 


"If ye love me, keep my commandments."
- The Lord Jesus Christ (John 14:15)
"He who loves God cannot find contentment in any thing without him."

- Thomas Watson (on the Puritan Hard Drive
AFFILIATE-160x600-D.png"Get once your soul fraughted with the love of Christ, as a bird in the net, and all is well. Let fear and terror, and other winds blowing our sails stand by, for they shall never take the ship home. It is but a violent motion, and not perpetual... Law, fear, lust, gain, credit, and the like, bloweth us forward to obedience, causeth but a violent motion against the air; the wheels will wear and tire. But when our actions come from the love of God, as from a co-natural fountain, O! the motion is like the action of nature that is not forced. For the love of God is not a short breath, and it will not weary."

- Samuel Rutherford, Communion Sermons, p. 214 (on the Puritan Hard Drive)

"The two poles could sooner meet, than the love of Christ and the love of the world."

- Thomas Brooks (on the Puritan Hard Drive)

"I call 'piety' that reverence joined with love of God which the knowledge of his benefits induces. For until men recognize that they owe everything to God, that they are nourished by his fatherly care, that he is the Author of their every good, that they should seek nothing beyond him -- they will never yield him willing service."

- John Calvin
(on the Puritan Hard Drive)

There are 249 Reformation resources with the word "Love" in the title on the Puritan Hard Drive. The word "Love" also occurs 539 times in the Puritan Hard Drive resource descriptions.  

Loving God With the Whole Heart

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Pastor Greg Price Reviews & Recommends the Puritan Hard Drive Fanning the Flame of Your First Love by Greg Price (Free MP3)

"It is the perfection of holiness to do what God loves, and to love what God does." - William Bates 
The First and Great Commandment by Charles Spurgeon (Free MP3) 
How Much Do You REALLY Love Jesus? (Wild Boar News #37) by Dr. Matthew McMahon (Free MP3) 
The Decades #11 Of The Love Of God And Our Neighbor by Heinrich Bullinger (Free MP3) 
"But if any man love God, the same is known of him." - 1 Corinthians 8:3 
Dr. Voddie Baucham Puritan Hard Drive Quote Graphic Loving God (1 John Series 19/27) by Greg Price (Free MP3) 
A Treatise Concerning Religious Affections 3 of 18 by Jonathan Edwards (Free MP3) 
Lovest Thou Me? A Solemn Question and a Required Demonstration of the Fact by Charles Spurgeon (Free MP3) 
Key to the 10 Commandments - On Love, Law & Lust, & Peace, Contentment & Assurance Via Obedience to God's Law (By God's Grace) by W.J. Mencarow (Free MP3) 
Life & Diary Of The Rev. David Brainerd #31 (Letters to Brothers & Friends #1) by Jonathan Edwards (Free MP3) 
"Love not the world, neither the things that are in the world. If any man love the world, the love of the Father is not in him." - 1 John 2:15 
Paul Washer Puritan Hard Drive Quote Graphic To Love Christ Is To Love God's Law (1 John Series 11/27) by Covenanter Greg Price (Free MP3) 
The Life of God in the Soul of Man 1 of 4 (Sanctification, Mortification, Holiness, Assurance, Loving God and Rejoicing in the Lord) by Henry Scougal (Free MP3) 
Loving God by Dr. Curt D. Daniel (Free MP3) 
Taking Heaven by Storm #1 by Christopher Love (Free MP3) 
"For if ye shall diligently keep all these commandments which I command you, to do them, to love the LORD your God, to walk in all his ways, and to cleave unto him; Then will the LORD drive out all these nations from before you, and ye shall possess greater nations and mightier than yourselves." - Deuteronomy 11:22-23 
250x250-Faded-Bennett-Quote Existence & Attributes of God (Vol. 2) #10 Eternality, Immutability, Omnipresence, Wisdom, Power, Holiness, Goodness, Dominion and Loving God by Stephen Charnock (Free MP3) 

The Master Search Index is where some of the greatest search and research opportunities exist on the Puritan Hard Drive. For example, a search for "love God," using the Master Search Index on the Puritan Hard Drive returns 3,821 results in 590 documents, and a search for the "loving God," using the Master Search Index on the Puritan Hard Drive returns 388 results in 188 documents. Additionally, a Master Search Index search for "whole heart," on the Puritan Hard Drive returns 1,624 results in 481 documents a Master Search Index search for "all your heart," returns 383 results in 218 documents. Moreover, all these search results are available in the context of one line and listed alphabetically by book title, including the author of each book.  

Richard Bennet Puritan Hard Drive QUote Graphic Furthermore, if you click on any of the individual Master Search Index results, for any of these searches noted above, the Puritan Hard Drive opens the book to the correct page and highlights these results -- and will do the same for any word or phrase you use, in the Master Search Index! The Master Search Index on the Puritan Hard Drive drive gives you unparallelled biblical research power to mine the gems of the biggest and best Puritan and Reformed digital book collection ever available in this format. Never before have such powerful search and research capabilities existed! May our Lord get all the glory for the great things He has done!

The Ten Commandments 1 of 12 (An Exposition of the Decalogue, the Binding & Unchanging Moral Law of God) by Thomas Watson (Free MP3) 
Dr. C. Matthew McMahon Puritan Hard Drive Quote Graphic "And one of the scribes came, and having heard them reasoning together, and perceiving that he had answered them well, asked him, Which is the first commandment of all? And Jesus answered him, The first of all the commandments is, Hear, O Israel; The Lord our God is one Lord: And thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind, and with all thy strength: this is the first commandment. - Mark 12:28-30 (emphases added) 
Loving The God Of Redemption by David Silversides (Free MP3) 
Pastor Scott Brown Recommends the Puritan Hard Drive Loving the Work of God's Grace by David Silversides (Free MP3) 
The Attributes of God #15 The Love of God: Love is God's Nature Not Just An Attribute By A.W. Pink (Free MP3) 
"God loves a broken heart, not a divided heart." - Thomas Watson 
Heart Religion: The Peril of Lukewarmness by Greg Price (Free MP3) 
Loving God with all your mind Kevin Swanson (Guest: Gene Edward Veith) (Free MP3) 
"You do not love the Lord at all unless you love the souls of others." - Charles Spurgeon 
Bill Mencarow Recommends the Puritan Hard Drive BLue Graphic 1 John: 'If We Keep His Commandments' 18 of 82 by Jeff Pollard (Free MP3) 
Sermons on Grace #10: Wherein is Plainly Shown True Grace, With Its Different Degrees; and Several Important Cases of Conscience Answered in the Course of the Work by Christopher Love (Free MP3) 
"I would not give a penny for your love to the truth if it is not accompanied with a hearty hatred of error. " - Charles Spurgeon
A Sermon on Christian Love by Martin Luther (Free MP3) 
Dr. Steven Dilday Reviews & Recommends the Puritan Hard Drive The Practice of Piety (#11) Directing a Christian How to Walk That He May Please God by Lewis Bayly (Free MP3) 
There are 6,401 Reformation resources (books, MP3s and videos) under the category "Sanctification, Prayer and Holiness," and 457 Reformation resources (books, MP3s and videos) under the category "Dealing With Affliction, Suffering and Sickness," on the Puritan Hard Drive -- two categories that are closely related to loving God with your whole heart.
Puritan Hard Drive Answers, Scott Brown, Director, National Center For Family Integrated Churches 
Amazing 54 Second Puritan Hard Drive Video Review by Pastor Scott Brown, Director of the National Center For Family Integrated Churches 
Puritan-Hard-Drive-160x600-A.jpg "Charity (love - ed.) 'is not easily provoked.' This is the straight and solid firmness of it, that it is not soon moved with external impressions. It is long-suffering, it suffers long and much. It will not be shaken by violent and weighty pressures of injuries; where there is much provocation given, yet it is not provoked. Now to complete it, it is not easily provoked at light offences. It is strange how little a spark of injuries puts all in a flame, because our spirits are as gunpowder, -- so capable of combustion through corruption. How ridiculous, for the most part, are the causes of our wrath! For light things we are heavily moved, and for ridiculous things sadly, even as children who fall out among themselves for toys and trifles, or as beasts that are provoked upon the very show of a colour, as red or such like. We would save ourselves much labour, if we could judge before we suffer ourselves to be provoked. But now we follow the first appearance of wrong; and being once moved from without, we continue our commotion within, lest we should seem to be angry without a cause. But charity hath a more solid foundation. It dwells in God, for God is love; and so is truly great, truly high, and looks down with a steadfast countenance upon these lower things. The upper world is continually calm and serene. No clouds, no tempests there, no winds, nothing to disturb the harmonious and uniform motion: but it is this lower world that is troubled and tossed with tempests, and obscured with clouds. So a soul dwelling in God by love, is exalted above the cloudy region. He is calm, quiet, serene, and is not disturbed or interrupted in his motion of love to God or men."
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Free MP3s at A Treatise Concerning Christian Love (1/2) & A Treatise Concerning Christian Love (2/2) 
Free text at A Treatise Concerning Christian Love

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Quotes On Loving God With the Whole Heart


250x250-Faded-Edwards-Blyth-Quote "Faith, again, has the power of working by love; it influences the affections towards God, and draws the heart after the best things. He that believes in God will beyond all question love God. Faith is an act of the understanding; but it also proceeds from the heart. "With the heart man believeth unto righteousness"; and hence God gives salvation to faith because it resides next door to the affections, and is near akin to love; and love is the parent and the nurse of every holy feeling and act. Love to God is obedience, love to God is holiness. To love God and to love man is to be conformed to the image of Christ; and this is salvation."


- Charles Spurgeon, All of Grace, p. 62 (emphases added), on the Puritan Hard Drive


250x250-Faded-Calvin-Haynes-Quote Study sincerity, Psalm 51:6. "Behold, thou desirest truth in the inward part." Be what you seem to be, be not like rowers in a barge, that look one way and row another. Do not look heaven-ward by your profession, and row hell-ward by your conversation; do not pretend to love God, and yet love sin: simulata sanctitus, duplicata iniquitas. Counterfeit piety is double iniquity. Let your hearts be upright with God: the plainer the diamond is, the richer it is; and the more plain the heart is, the more doth God value his jewel. A little rusty gold is far better than a great deal of bright brass. A little true grace, though rusted over with many infirmities, is better than all the glistering shews of hypocrites. A sincere heart is God's current coin, and he will give it grains of allowance.


- Thomas Watson in Farewell Sermons Of Some Of The Most Eminent Of The Nonconformist Ministers Delivered At The Period Of Their Ejectment By The Act Of Uniformity In The Year 1662. To Which Is Prefixed A Historical And Biographical Preface, p. 198 (Thomas Watson's Afternoon Sermon, August 17, 1662, emphases added), on the Puritan Hard Drive


250x250-Faded-Owen-Rhodes-Quote The Scriptures teach us that love is the sum of all that is contained in the law of God, and of all the duties required in his word. This the Scriptures teach of the law in general, and of each table of the law in particular. ... But whether we take the law as signifying only the ten commandments, or as including the whole written word of God, the Scriptures teach us that the sum of all that is required in it is love. Thus, when by the law is meant the ten commandments, it is said, in Rom. xiii. 8, "He that loveth another hath fulfilled the law;'' and therefore several of the commandments are rehearsed, and it is added, in the tenth verse that "love" (which leads us to obey them all) "is the fulfilling of the law." Now, unless love was the Sum of what the law requires, the law could not be wholly fulfilled in love; for a law is fulfilled only by obedience to the sum or whole of what it contains and enjoins. So the same apostle again declares (1 Tim. i. 5), "Now the end of the commandment is charity (love - ed.) out of a pure heart, and of a good conscience, and of faith unfeigned," &c. Or if we take the law in a yet more extensive sense, as the whole written word of God, the Scriptures still teach us, that love is the sum of all required in it. In Matt. xxii. 40, Christ teaches, that on the two precepts of loving God with all the heart, and our neighbour as ourselves, hang all the law and the prophets, i.e. all the written word of God; for what was then called the law and the prophets, was the whole written word of God that was then extant.


- Jonathan Edwards, Charity and Its Fruits - Sermon 1: All True Grace in the Heart Summed up in Charity, or Love, p. 6 (emphases added), on the Puritan Hard Drive


250x250-Faded-Rutherford-Wallace-Quote The Scriptures teach the same thing of each table of the law in particular. The command, "Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart,' is declared by Christ (Matt. xxii. 38) to be the sum of the first table of the law, or the first great commandment; and in the next verse, to love our neighbour as ourself, is declared to be the sum of the second table; as it is also in Rom. xiii. 9, where the precepts of the second table of the law are particularly specified: and it is then added, "And if there be any other commandment, it is briefly comprehended in this saying, namely, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself." And so in Gal. v. 14 -- "For all the law is fulfilled in one word, even in this, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself." ...  


The truth of the doctrine as shewn by the Scripture appears from this, that the apostle teaches us (Gal. v. 6) that "faith works by love." A truly Christian faith is that which produces good works; but all the good works which it produces are by love. By this, two things are evident to the present purpose:


First, That true love is an ingredient in true and living faith, and is what is most essential and distinguishing in it. Love is no ingredient in a merely speculative faith, but it is the life and soul of a practical faith. A truly practical or saving faith, is light and heat together, or rather light and love, while that which is only a speculative faith, is only light without heat; and, in that it wants spiritual heat or divine love, is in vain, and good for nothing. A speculative faith consists only in the ascent of the understanding; but in a saving faith there is also the consent of the heart; and that faith which is only of the former kind, is no better than the faith of devils, for they have faith so far as it can exist without love, believing while they tremble. Now, the true spiritual consent of the heart cannot be distinguished from the love of the heart. He whose heart consents to Christ as a Saviour, has true love to him as such. For the heart sincerely to consent to the way of salvation by Christ, cannot be distinguished from loving that way of salvation, and resting in it. There is an act of choice or election in true saving faith, whereby the soul chooses Christ its Saviour and portion, and accepts of and embraces him as such; but, as was observed before, an election or choice whereby it so chooses God and Christ, is an act of love -- the love of a soul embracing him as its dearest friend and portion.


250x250-Faded-Knox-Falconer-Quote Faith is a duty that God requires of every one. We are commanded to believe, and unbelief is a sin forbidden by God. Faith is a duty required in the first table of the law, and in the first command of that table; and therefore it will follow, that it is comprehended in the great commandment, "Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart," &c. and so it will follow that love is the most essential thing in a true faith. That love is the very life and spirit of a true faith, is especially evident from a comparison of this declaration of the apostle, that "faith works by love," and the last verse of the second chapter of the epistle of James, which declares, that "as the body without the spirit is dead, so faith without works is dead also."


The working, active, and acting nature of anything, is the life of it; and that which makes us call a thing alive, is, that we observe an active nature in it. This active, working nature in man, is the spirit which he has within him. And as his body without this spirit is dead, so faith without works is dead also. And if we would know what the working active thing in true faith is, the apostle tells us in Gal. v. 6, "Faith worketh by love." So that it is love which is the active working spirit in all true faith. This is its very soul, without which it is dead, as, in another form, he tells in the text, saying that faith, without charity or love is nothing, though it be to such a degree that it can remove mountains. And when he says, in the seventh verse of the context, that charity "believeth all things, and hopeth all things," he probably refers to the great virtues of believing and hoping in the truth and grace of God, to which he compares charity in other parts of the chapter, and particularly in the last verse, "Now abideth faith, hope, charity," &c. For in the seventh verse he gives the preference to charity or love, before the other virtues of faith and hope, because it includes them; for he says, "charity believeth all things, and hopeth all things;" so that this seems to be his meaning, and not merely, as it is vulgarly understood, that charity believeth and hopeth the best with regard to our neighbours. That a justifying faith, as a most distinguishing mark of Christianity, is comprehended in the great command of loving God, appears also, very plainly, from what Christ says to the Jews (John v. 40-43, &c.)


Dr. David Hindle Graphic Second, It is further manifest from this declaration of the apostle "that faith works by love," that all Christian exercises of the heart, and words of the life, are from love; for we are abundantly taught in the New Testament that all Christian holiness begins with faith in Jesus Christ. All Christian obedience is, in the Scriptures called the obedience of faith; as in Rom. xvi. 26, the gospel is said to be "made known to all nations for the obedience of faith." The obedience here spoken of is doubtless the same with that spoken of in the eighteenth verse of the preceding chapter, where Paul speaks of making "the Gentiles obedient by word and deed." And in Gal. ii. 20, he tells us, "the life which I now live in the flesh, I live by the faith of the Son of God,' &c.; and we are often told that Christians, so far as they are Christians, "live by faith;" which is equivalent to saying that all gracious and holy exercises and virtues of the spiritual life are by faith. But how does faith work these things? Why, in this place in Galatians, it is expressly said, that it works whatsoever it does work by love. From which the truth of the doctrine follows, viz. that all that is saving and distinguishing in Christianity does radically consist, and is summarily comprehended, in love.


- Jonathan Edwards, Charity and Its Fruits - Sermon 1: All True Grace in the Heart Summed up in Charity, or Love, pp. 7-9 (emphases added), on the Puritan Hard Drive


A sincere heart serves God with the whole heart. First, he serves God with the heart. The hypocrite does but make a show of obedience. 'Thou art near in their mouth and far from their reins' (Jeremiah 12:2). There may be a fair complexion when the lungs and vitals are rotten. The hypocrite is fair to look on. He has a devout eye but a hollow heart. But he who is sincere, his inside is his best side. In the law God would have 'the inwards' offered up (Leviticus 4:11). A good Christian gives God 'the inwards'. When he prays his heart prays. 'Hannah prayed in her heart' (1 Samuel 1:13). In his thanksgiving the heart is the chief instrument of praise (Psalm 111:1). Then is the sweetest music when we 'make melody in our hearts to the Lord' (Ephesians 5:19).


John Hendryx (Monergism) Reviews & Recommends the Puritan Hard Drive Secondly, the sincere Christian serves God with the 'whole heart' (Psalm 119:2). Hypocrites have a double heart (Psalm 12:2). An heart for God and an heart for sin. 'Their heart is divided' (Hosea 10:2). God loves a broken heart, but not a divided heart. An upright heart is a whole heart. The full stream and torrent of the affections runs out after God. A sincere heart 'follows God fully' (Numbers 14:24). ...


A sincere heart is a suspicious heart. The hypocrite suspects others and has charitable thoughts of himself. The sincere Christian has charitable thoughts of others and suspects himself. He calls himself often to account: O my soul, have you any evidences for heaven? Are they not to seek when they should be to show? Is there no flaw in your evidences? You may mistake common for saving grace. Weeds in the corn-fields look like flowers. The foolish virgins' lamps looked as if they had oil in them. O my soul, is it not so with you? The man of sincere soul, being ever jealous, plays the critic upon himself and so traverses things in the court of conscience as if he were presently to be cited to God's bar. This is to be pure in heart. ...


A pure heart breathes after purity. If God should stretch out the golden sceptre and say to him, 'Ask, and it shall be given thee, to half the kingdom', he would say, 'Lord, a pure heart!' Let my heart have this inscription, 'Holiness to the Lord.' Let my heart be thy temple and do thou dwell in it. Lord, what should I do in heaven with this unholy heart? What converse could I have with God or angels? A gracious soul is so in love with purity that he prizes a pure heart above all blessings. ...


- Thomas Watson, The Beatitudes, p. 182-183 (emphases added), on the Puritan Hard Drive


GOOGLE-SOFTWARE-300x250-1C.jpg The underlying presupposition in giving our children what we call "a Christian education" is that as Christians we have a very distinct way of viewing all areas of life - distinct, that is, from unbelievers. We are to look at the world through God's eyes. We are to think God's thoughts, speak God's words, and perform God's deeds. And it is in the Bible where God's thoughts are made known. Therefore, there is nothing our children might be taught that can be taught in some "neutral" way as if that subject was not under the Lordship of Jesus Christ, or as if God had nothing at all to say about that subject. Jesus Christ is Lord of all -- Lord of all people, Lord of all creatures, Lord of all circumstances, and Lord of all knowledge (in Christ "are hid all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge" Col. 2:3). And dear ones, that is why God calls you to trust in the Lord with all your heart, and to "lean not unto thine own understanding" Prov. 3:5. In fact, we are to distrust our own understanding (cf. Prov. 3:7: "Do not be wise in thine own eyes"; Prov. 28:26: "He that trusteth in his own heart is a fool"; Is. 55:7-9: "Let the wicked forsake his way, and the unrighteous man his thoughts", "For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways, saith the LORD."). Our understanding as finite and fallen creatures is not reliable about any subject, that is why we are not to acknowledge the Lord in some of our ways or even in most of our ways, but in all of our ways (Prov. 3:6).


- Greg Price, Christian Education in the Home: Help! My Daughter Wants to Date, p. 4 (emphases added), on the Puritan Hard Drive.


250x250-Multi-Photos-Gray-Gradiant With all your heart. With the heart, Jer. iv. f14; Prov. xxiii. 26, and with the whole heart, in opposition to a divided heart, Hos. x. 2, a double heart. Jam. iv. 8, a heart and a heart, Psal. xii. 2. This whole heart is elsewhere called a true heart, Heb. x. 22, a perfect heart, 2 Chron. xvi. 10, truth in the inwards, Psal. li. 6, where there is an unfeigned faith, 1 Tim. i. 5, laborious love, 1 Thess. i. 3, sound and cordial repentance, as here, undissembled wisdom, Jam. iii. 17, such holiness as rendereth a man like to a crystal glass with a light in the midst of it, doing the truth, John iii. 21, and having his works full, Rev. iii. 1, 2, being a true worshipper, John iv. 24, an Israelite indeed, John i. 47. God he knows to be just and jealous: he will not endure co-rivals or co-partners in the kingdom. His jurisdiction is without peculiar: he will not divide with the devil. Be the gods of heathen good-fellows? saith one; the true God is a jealous God, and will not share his glory with another. He must be served truly, that there be no halting; and totally, that there be no halving.


- John Trapp, A Commentary On The Old And New Testaments, p. 157 (emphases added), volume four, on the Puritan Hard Drive.




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  • Not Only Can You Search Within Every OCRed (Optical Character Recognition) Book Individually, But You Can Also Search Across the Entire Collection of Searchable Books At Once, With One Search Query, to Obtain Results (Clickable and In Context) for Every Occurrence of Your Search Word or Phrase Across All the Searchable Books on the Puritan Hard Drive. You May then Click On Any Link In Your Search Results to Immediately Access the Exact Page In the Book Where Your Selected Search Result is Located. Your Search Result Will Also Be Highlighted On the Page Where You Arrive, So You Can Find the Word or Phrase You Searched for Quickly and Easily. This is A Very Powerful Feature, Full of Benefits That Will Help You to Effortlessly and Expeditiously Expand Your Christian Studies In More Ways Than You May Be Able to Imagine - At Least Until You Have Actually Experienced This Exceedingly Robust Reformation Research Capability, for Yourself, Through the Puritan Hard Drive.
  • When You See All You Are Getting On The Puritan Hard Drive You Will Be Amazed - All Thanks and Glory Be to the Lord for the Great Things He Has Done in Bringing this Marvelous, Wonderful and Extraordinary Christian Study Tool Into Existence!
Interest Free Deferred Monthly Payments, On The Puritan Hard Drive, Starting As Low As $50.00 Per Month, Get Yours Today By Calling 780-450-3730 Now!

If funds are tight, remember that you can purchase the Puritan Hard Drive using interest free deferred monthly payments as low as $50.00 per month. We also ship your Puritan Hard Drive as soon as your deferred monthly payments have reached $100.00. You may also pay $100.00 down, for faster shipping, then $50.00 per month thereafter. Call us at 780-450-3730 for more details about our interest free deferred monthly payments offer, or to get started today. You may also place an
interest free deferred monthly payments order for the Puritan Hard Drive by using our Secure Online Order form. If you use our Secure Online Order Form, please make sure to enter your shipping address, phone number, email address and payment information (credit or debit card and expiry date). Also mention if you need the Single Platform Edition (Windows or Mac) or Dual Platform Edition (Windows and Mac) of the Puritan Hard Drive, and what size of Puritan Hard Drive you are ordering (size options, and the cost for each, are above the "Add to Cart" button at the SWRB Puritan Hard Drive page). Interest free deferred monthly payments orders must be placed by calling 780-450-3730 (in Canada) or using our Secure Online Order Form (click here). Scroll down at Phone/Contact Us to find the exact phone number to use from your country. We are open for calls six days a week (we are closed on the Lord's Day [Sunday]) and often cover the phones 24 hours a day. However, if you call and get our answering machine, it is safe to leave your order on the answering machine, or to leave us your phone number, with a message about why you are calling, and the best time to call you back, and we will call you when it is convenient for you. This applies to all nations worldwide.


For a limited time, we are making available to the public a free download of a fully-functional copy of the Puritan Hard Drive KnowledgeBase application software, bundled with more than 300 Adobe PDF books/articles and MP3 audio sermons from the Puritan Hard Drive collection. (Click here to download a PDF listing of all bundled Puritan books/articles and Reformation MP3s.) This is the same critically-acclaimed knowledgebase and powerful search engine to be found on the Puritan Hard Drive, with the following limitations:

  • You can only access the Resources that are bundled with the demo.
  • You can only save a maximum of 5 Saved Search Results Sets at any one time.
  • You can only save a maximum of 3 Saved Search Results Sets Lists at any one time.
  • You can only save a maximum of 10 unique Resources in your Favorites List at any one time.

This demonstration version contains all the content and search functionality of the unrestricted version available only on the Puritan Hard Drive. This unrestricted version of the KnowledgeBase Application provides the user with immediate access to the more than 12,500 PDF (books and other text resources), MP3 (audio) and WMV (video) Resources contained in the full Puritan Hard Drive collection.  In that version, you can create thousands of Saved Search Results Sets and Saved Search Results Sets Lists, limited only by the available free space on the internal drive or external USB drive where the application resides. This also applies to the Favorites List. Click here for more information or to download your free Puritan Hard Drive demo software now!.


The Puritan Hard Drive is an exquisite piece of work.  


The purchaser of this fine product will have at his fingertips more of the best Reformed literature than he can probably ever get around to reading.  


Truly, if a Christian wants to invest wisely in his own growth, this is the best investment he can make at this time.  


More than highly recommended!


- Justin Rawson

Gospel Covenant Publications


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Would you like to volunteer some of your time to read classic Puritan and Reformed books and sermons to MP3, to make permanent digital audio versions of the best Puritan and Reformed books for our generation and for posterity? If so, we then list the Puritan and Reformed MP3s you have read on the Web, to give them away for free to people in every nation of the world - and, by God's grace, we reach between 45,000 to over 100,000 people each month with these free Puritan and Reformation MP3s! You may listen to other readings, by people just like yourself (who love the Lord and want to reach others with the love of the Lord Jesus Christ and the truth of His holy Word, the Bible) at FREE PURITAN & REFORMATION MP3 AUDIO SERMONS/BOOKS and from our "Audio Book" section on SWRB's sermonaudio site. You may also use the FREE SWRB iPHONE, iPAD, iPOD (Touch) APP to listen. It is very easy to get started with your new international Reformation reading ministry, just email us at requesting our "PURITAN and REFORMED BOOK READER INSTRUCTIONS." Thank you!


It may also be of interest to you to know that at SWRB we strive to use as much of the proceeds from sales, as is possible, to produce more free and discounted Puritan books, Reformation MP3s and Calvinistic videos. This is how, by God's grace, we have published so many books, MP3s and videos over the years (with a relatively small staff and the help of volunteers) and why we are able to distribute so much material for free and at such low prices - may our Lord get all the glory! With your continued prayers, support and purchases we will be able to reach even more people, in the future, all around the world with the truth of the Scriptures - using the latest and best technologies available, in the service of the Lord, to greatly multiply all the good that can be done, and aiming to fill the world with the best Christian (Puritan and Reformation) resources available (Acts 17:6). 



Your Servant in Christ (for the Third Reformation),

Dr. Reg Barrow


Still Waters Revival Books 

Serving Christians Worldwide (In Over 100 Countries) For 27+ Years


"In the history of the church's sanctification I don't believe there has been a more valuable extra-biblical resource and tool than the Puritan Hard Drive... It holds some of the most priceless Reformed works of God-centered and Christ-glorifying truth that were ever penned." - Dr. Matthew McMahon, A Puritan's Mind 


"To have that much information from a consistent, biblical, orthodox, and gospel-centered point of view is simply astonishing. Anyone who admires the Puritans simply must have the Puritan Hard Drive." - Dr. Voddie Baucham, Jr., Voddie Baucham Ministries 


"The Puritan Hard Drive has been such a superb blessing to me personally and for my ministry, that I lack words to adequately praise the Lord!" - Richard Bennett (former Roman Catholic priest who is now a preacher of monergistic Reformation truth), Berean Beacon 


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