Tag Archives: Pilgrim’s Progress

On the borders of Heaven

It was said of the Puritan Richard Sibbes, “Heaven was in him, before he was in Heaven.” Have you ever known a godly man or woman who, nearing the end of their lives, had such peace, assurance, and quiet joy, … Continue reading

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Pilgrim’s Progress and the necessity of “the burden”

I’m excited to begin a church-wide study of my favorite extra-biblical book tonight, The Pilgrim’s Progress┬áby John Bunyan. This is something I’ve wanted to do for a long time. I decided to go with the “Pure Gold Classics” edition, edited … Continue reading

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Pilgrim’s Progress: Journey to Heaven

I mentioned last week that my favorite book outside the Bible is John Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress. Because of my deep appreciation for this work, I was very skeptical when my friend Gabe told me about┬áthe film version that was recently … Continue reading

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Learning from Mr. Great-heart, the Pilgrim’s Pastor

John Bunyan’s The Pilgrim’s Progress has been my favorite book outside the Bible for several years now. When I was very young, my mother read a very faithful children’s version to me, and these memories are still vivid to me. … Continue reading

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