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Originally written in 1683, Richard Baxter’s Dying Thoughts shows Baxter as a man wrestling with his own doubts and fears as he faces eternity, jealously examining his own heart, anxious to test his own sincerity, and taking nothing for granted. Baxter wanted to die with every grace in his soul in full vigor. A man of like passions as our own, his Dying Thoughts provides much needed counsel, strength, and comfort because it deals with the same conflicts, complaints, and desires which fill our own hearts.
A wonderful addition for any pastor’s or student’s library.