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The Christian in Complete Armour

Gurnall, William

The beloved source of pastoral inspiration for John Newton, Charles Spurgeon, Richard Cecil and J.C. Ryle. This enlightening Puritan discourse on Ephesians 6 (putting on the whole armor of God) has educated generations of ministers and laymen in the art of spiritual warfare. Unabridged 1864 Edition features an illuminating biographical introduction by Ryle.

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Gurnall’s Christian in Complete Armour, certainly one of the greatest of all the Puritan’s practical writings, has been many times republished, but the best edition remains that of 1864, with an Introduction by J.C. Ryle. It is this unabridged edition which is now reprinted.

Introduction by J.C. Ryle.

This Complete Armour is beyond all others a preacher’s book: I should think that more discourses have been suggested by it than by any other uninspired volume. I have often resorted to it when my own fire has been burning low, and I have seldom failed to find a glowing coal upon Gurnall’s hearth. John Newton said that if he might read only one book beside the Bible, he would choose The Christian in Complete Armour, and Richard Cecil was of much the same opinion.

This Complete Armour is beyond all others a preacher’s book:

"I should think that more discourses have been suggested by it than by any other uninspired volume. I have often resorted to it when my own fire has been burning low, and I have seldom failed to find a glowing coal upon Gurnall’s hearth." - C. H. Spurgeon

John Newton said that if he might read only one book beside the Bible, he would choose The Christian in Complete Armour, and Richard Cecil was of much the same opinion.

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