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"john bunyan" Discussed on Harvard Classics

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04:08 min | 4 months ago

"john bunyan" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"I left behind me. A wife and five small children. Let me intrigued you at your return for. I knew that you will yo and return a master's house in hopes that you may to be conducted a more out of the holy pilgrims that you were saying today fabric and then be acquainted with all hat or shout happened unto me. Tell the motor my happier. Ibew this place and the president and late blessed condition that i am in the motu christian run cristiana his wife and how she and her children came after her husband levels What a happy end she made and whether she has gone have little or nothing family. Unless it'd be my prayers on tears for them which it will suffice that you're equate. If pet adventure they may reveal when mr stanford had thus set things in order and the time being come for him to hate him away he also went down to the river now. There was a great comb at that time in the river. Wherefore mr stan fast when he was about halfway in stood the wild and talk to his companions that had waited upon him thither and he said this whatever has been at ted many the thought to be righted. Be but no mazing. I stand easy. My foot fixed upon that on which the feet of the priests bear the ark of the covenant stood about israel jordan the waters indeed after the peta bitter under the stomach code. It does all of what i am gary into and the conduct that waits for me on the other side does lies a gluing code my heart. I see measure of now at the end of my journey. Naito days in dead. I'm going to see that head which was crowded with on that face which was spit upon for me i have formula live by hearsay and faith but now i go but i live by site and shattered with him in his company. I delight myself. I have loved to hear my lord spoken of and whatever. I haven't seen to print the i committed to set my foot to. His name has been demet as a perfume bucks a sweeter than all sweet smells. His voice to be has been most sweet and his countenance..

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"john bunyan" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

03:20 min | 4 months ago

"john bunyan" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"His daughter went through the river singing but none could understand what she said when it came to pass a while after that there was a messenger in the town that inquired for mr honest so he came to his house where he was and delivered to his hand. These lines dark commanded to be ready against this day. Seven-night to present thyself before the lord at his father's house and for a token that my message is true. All daughters of music shelby brought low. Then mr called for his friends and said unto them. I die but shall make no will as my honesty. It shall go with me. Let them that come. After me be told this when the day that he was to be gone was come. He prepared himself to go over the river. Now the river at that time overflowed its banks in some places but mr honest in his lifetime spoken to one good conscience to meet him there the which also he did and lent him his hand and so helped him over. The last words of mr honest were grace rains so he left the world after this. It was noised abroad. That mr valiant for truth was taken with a summons by the say messenger as the other hand. Had this for a token that the summons was true that his pitcher was broken. The fountain one new understood it. He called for his friends and told them of it then said he. I am going to my father's and to though with great difficulty. I am got hither yet. Now i do not pinch me of all the trouble. I have been at to arrive where i am my sword i give him the chelsea succeed me in my pilgrimage and my courage and skill to him that can get it. My monks and scars. I carry with me to be a witness for me. That i have fought his battles. Who now will be my reward. When the day that he must go hands was come. Many accompanied him to the riverside into which as he went. He said death. Freddie's nice team and as he went down deeper he said grave where i victory so he passed over. All the trumpets sounded for him on the other side then came forth of summons from mr. Stand fast this mr stan. Fast was he whom the pilgrims found upon his knees in the enchanted ground for the message brought it him open in his hands the contents thereof were that he must prepare for a change of life for his master. It was not willing that he should be so far from him any longer. This mr stand fast was put into amuse said the messenger not doubt the truth of my message. For here's a token of the truth thereof. i will is broken at the cistern. Then he called to him mr gray tart. who was the guy doesn't said unto him so although it was not a happy to be matching yogurt company in the days pilgrimage. The actions that i knew you. You have been profitable domain. When i came home..

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"john bunyan" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

02:39 min | 4 months ago

"john bunyan" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"After this. Mr feeble mind had tidings brought him that the messenger sounded his horn at his chamber door. Then he came in and told him saying. I am come to tell the that master has need of the am not in a very little time though must be hold his face in brightness and take this as a token of the truth of my message does that look up at the windows shall be darkened. Burn mr feeble mind calling for his friends and told them what errand had been brought unto him and what token he had received the truth of the message then he said since. I have nothing to bequeathed to any. To what purpose. Should i make a will as for my feeble mind that i will leave behind me for that. I shall have no need of in the place wither i nor is it worth bestowing upon the poorest pilgrim. Where for when i am gone i desire that you mr valiant would bury it in a dunghill done the day being come on which he wants to depart. He entered the river as the rest is last words. Were hold out faith and patience. So he went over to the other side. When days had many of them passed. Away mr despondency was sent for for a messenger. Wisconsin and brought this message to him trembling man. These are some to be ready with. Viking by the next lord's day to shout for joy for the deliverance. From all the dotting send so the messenger that my message is true. Take this proof. So he gave the grasshopper to be a burden onto him now. Mr despondency as daughter whose name was afraid said when she heard what was done that she would go with her father then. Mr despondency said to his friends myself and my daughter. You know what we have been. And how troublesome lee we have behaved ourselves in every company my will and my daughter says the dr discouraged feelings and slavery sheds be by no man received from the day of departure forever for. I know that after my day will offer themselves to others for to be playing with you. They are ghosts too which we entertained. When we first began to the pilgrims and could never shake them off after and they will walk about and seek entertainment of the pilgrims. But for our sakes shotty the door upon them when the time wiscon- for them to depart. They went to the brink of the river. The last words of mr despondency were farewell night. Welcome day..

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"john bunyan" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

05:22 min | 4 months ago

"john bunyan" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"When cristiana. I saw that her. I must come and that she was the first of this company that was to go over. She called for mr greater guide and told him how matters were so he told her he was heartily glad of the news and could have been glad had the post. Come for him then. She bid that he should give advice. How things should be prepared for her journey so he told her saying thus and thus it must be and we are left will accompany you to the riverside. Then she called her children and gave them her blessing and told them that she yet read with comfort the mark that was set in their foreheads and was glad to see them with her there and they had kept their garments so white lastly she gave to the poor that little she had uncommanded her sons and daughters to be ready against the message should come for them when she had spoken these words to her guide and to her children she called for mr valiant for truth and so onto him you have in all places shown yourself true hearted be faithful unto death and my king will give you a crown of life i would also entreat you to have an eye to my children and if at any time you see them paint speak comfortably to them for my daughters my sons wives they have been faithful and a fulfiling of the promise upon the movie their end but she gave mr stern fast a ring then she called for mr honest and said of him hold an israelite indeed in whom is no guile then said he. I wish you fair day when you sat out for mount sinai on shelby. Glad to see that you go over the river. Dry shod answered come wet. Come dry. I long to be gone for however the weather is in my journey. I shall have time enough. When i come there to sit down and rest and dry me then came in that good man mr ready to halt to see her so she said to him. That travel hitherto has been with difficulty. But that will make arrest the sweeter but watch and be ready at an hour when you think not the messenger may come after him came in mr despondency and his daughter much afraid to whom she said. You ought thankfulness forever to remember your deliverance from the hands of giant despair. An out of doubting castle the effect of that massey is that you brought with safety header be watchful and cost way. Fear be sober and hope to the end. Though she said to. Mr feeble mind that western limit from the mouth of giants tonight good though midas live in the light of the living forever nc king with comfort only i advise the ten the atmos beer and out his goodness before he sends for the less i should when he comes before to stand before him. A.

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"john bunyan" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

04:48 min | 4 months ago

"john bunyan" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Gardeners with her. But in general to be sure she would have drawn the into many foolish and hurtful lasts which drowned men in destruction and ruin to she that set absalom against his father and jared bowen against his master to a she that persuaded judas to sell his lord and that prevailed with domes- to forsake the godly pilgrims life. None can tell the mischief that she does. She makes variance betwixt rulers and subjects betwixt parents and children but twix neighbor and neighbor but twix demand and his wife betwixt demand and himself betwixt the flesh and the heart wherefore could muster stand fast. Be as your name is and when you have done all stand. I this cost. There was among the pilgrims mixture of joy and trembling but at length they break out and saying what danger is the pilgrim in. How many are his foes. How many ways there are to say no living mortal knows some of the ditch. Shy are yet can lie tumbling in the mire. Some though they sean the frying pan duleep into the fire part two chapter ten the pilgrims at home after this i beheld until they come into the land of beulah where the sun shines light and day here because they were wearing they took themselves wild to rest and because this country was common for pilgrims and because the orchards and vineyards that were here belong to the king of the celestial country therefore they were permitted to make bowed with any of these things but a little while a soon refreshed them here for the bows did so ring and the trumpets continually sound so melodiously that they could not sleep and yet they receive as much refreshing as if they had slept there. Sleep never so soundly here. Also the noise of them that walked in the streets was my. Pilgrim's come to town another. What answer saying and so many went over the water and were leading at the goal and gates. Today gray would cry again. There is now a of shining ones. Just comes to town but we know that there are more pogos upon the road. Come to wait for them. And comfort them after oversaw then the pilgrims got up and walked to and fro but how there is now filled with heavenly voices and there is delighted with celestial visions in this land. They heard nothing saw. Nothing felt nothing smelt. Nothing tasted nothing that was offensive to their stomach.

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"john bunyan" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

03:40 min | 4 months ago

"john bunyan" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"My knees with has lift up and cries played to him. That had said he would help. So just as you came up the gentlewoman went away. Then i continue to give thanks for. This migrate deliberates for i believe. She intended no good but rather sought to make stop me in my journey without doubt. Her designs were bad but stay. Now you talk of her me thinks either have seen her or have read. Some story of her Shugden booze madam bubble. Is she not tall calmly dame somewhat of a swarthy complexion right you hit. Did she used just such one. Does she not speak very smoothly and give you a smile at the end of a sentence. Beautiful right opponent again for these outta vide- actions that she not wear a great purse by her side and is not her hand often in it fingering her money as if that was her heart's delight to is just sou- she stood by. Oh this was you could not have shut up false before me. No have bitter described her features then he drew. Her picture was a good artist and he that road hers said through. The woman is a witch and did this by virtue of her witchcraft. That this ground is enchanted. Whoever deathly lay his head down in her lap had as good lay down upon that block over which the act stuff hang and whoever lay there is upon. Her beauty are accounted the enemies of god. This is she that maintain it in the splendor. All those that's all the enemies of pilgrims. Yeah this is she. The bought off many a man from a pilgrims life. She is a great gossiper. She is always both she and her daughters at one pilgrims heels or other now commanding and then preparing the excellences of this life. She is a bold and impudent creature. She will talk with any man she always laugh. Poor pilgrims to scone but highly commends. The rich if there'd be one coming to get money in a place she will speak well of him from house to house. She loves banqueting and feasting mainly well. She is always at one full table or another. She has given it out in some places that she is a goddess and therefore some do worshiper times and open places of cheating and she will say and vallet that none can show a good compatible to hers. She promises to dwell with children's children and if they will but love her and make much of her she will cast out of her purse. Gold like dust in some places and to some persons. She loves to be sought after spoken. Well off and to lie in the bosoms of men she is never wary of praising her gifts and she loves the most that think best of her she will promised to some crowns and kingdoms if they will take our advice yet. Many hats she brought to the holter and ten thousand times more to hell. Oh what a mercy it is. I did resist Her with a match you have drawn me.

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"john bunyan" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

04:12 min | 4 months ago

"john bunyan" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"The pilgrim's progress this liberal. Vox recording in the public domain. The pilgrim's progress by john bunyan part two chapter nine the enchanted ground so they came up one to another and presently stein. Too fast said to old honest who father you. The i said the tie yam as sure as you are there right. Glad my said. Mr stern fast that iphone you on digital road and as glad. I said the other day that i aspired you upon your knees then. Mr stand fast blushed and said why did you see me. Yes that i did. The other and with my heart was glad at the site. What did you sink. Said san fast dank showed honest. What should i think i thought we had an honest man upon the road and therefore should have his company by by resort. Not amiss said stan fast. Oh happy am i. But if i be. Not as i should i allude must bid it that is true so the other bought your fear that further show me that things are right betwixt the prince pilgrims and your soul for he saith blessed is the man that fear it always well but brother i pray the tell us what was it that was the cause of being upon my knees even now was it for that some special mostly laid upon the the need of prayer. Or how why we are as you see upon nian childhood and as was coming along every museum with mesh of what a dangerous road the road displays was and how many that had come even thus far on pilgrimage has been stopped and being destroyed. I thought also of the of the with witch. This place destroyers men lose a die here die have no violent painful disease the death which such is not grievous to them for the gareth away in such a sleep begins that journey with desire and pleasure such sink into the will of that disease. Then mr honest interrupting of him said did you see the two men asleep in the arbor. I saw he'd lose and two bowed there. Ought i know there. There were tool day at rock. But let me go on in my hair. That's always does mu. As as i said there was one in vide- pleasant into ta but owed who presented us out to me enough. It made threes things to which about a pass and her bed know the truth is i was a witty on sleepy. I'm also as poor as an hour. And that perhaps the which new well repels to one so advice but she put by mattie palaces and smiled then i began to be angry but she met at that nothing at all then. She made office again and said if i would be ruled by her she would be great and happy thaw said she. I'm the mistress and men. I made happy by me then. I asked to name and she told me. It was madam bubble. This set me from but she's doing followed me with enticement ads. Then cook me as you saw to..

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"john bunyan" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

03:54 min | 4 months ago

"john bunyan" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Introductory note john bunyan was born at l. Sto bedfordshire inclined in november. Sixteen twenty eight. His father was a maker and member of parts and kettles and the sun followed the same trade. Though he's usually called a tinker bunion had settled home and place a business he had little schooling and he describes his early surroundings as poor in maine when he was not yet sixteen. His mother died in two months. His father married again and the sun enlisted as a soldier in the civil war in november. One thousand six hundred forty four though weather on the parliamentary or side is not certain. The armies were disbanded in sixteen forty. Six and about two years. Bunion married a wife whose piety redeemed him from his delight in rural sport and the habit of profane swearing. He became much interested in religions but it was only after a tremendous spiritual conflict lasting three or four years that he found peace. His struggles are related with extraordinary vividness and intensity and his grace abounding to the chief of centers in sixteen fifty five the year in which he lost his wife he began to exhort and two years later he became a regular nonconformist preacher continuing however to practice his trade his success as a preacher roused opposition among the regular clergy and in sixteen fifty eight. He was indicted at the assizes. His writing began with a controversy against the quakers and shows the first the command of a holy but vigorous style with a reenactment of the laws against nonconformity at the restoration. Bunion became subject to more severe persecution and with a short intermission. He was confined to prison from sixteen sixty till one thousand six hundred seventy two again and again. He might have been released but he refused to promise to desist from preaching and there was no alternative for the justices but to keep him in confinement sometimes lacks jailers permitted him to preach at church meetings. He frequently ministered to his fellow prisoners and he supported his family now looked after by second wife by making laces. He had apparently abundant leisure for he wrote in prison. A large number of books the first one of importance being that already mentioned grace abounding one thousand six hundred sixty six. The pilgrim's progress was also written in jail. But probably during later confinement of six months in sixteen seventy five in sixteen. Seventy two charles. The second suspended the laws against nonconformists and roman. Catholics and bunion was released. He was called to be ministered to a nonconformist congregation in bedford and preached in the barn which serve them as a church but his ministrations were not confined bedford. He made preaching tours over a wide district and even to london and attracted great crowds of listeners. Meanwhile he continued to write the first edition of the pilgrim's progress in sixteen seventy eight was followed by others with additions and in sixteen eighty four by the second part. The life and death of mr batman appeared in sixteen eighty. The holy war made by shaddai upon dabo is in sixteen eighty two. If the works left in manuscript at his death be included the total of his books amounts to nearly sixty he died in sixteen eighty eight leaving a widow and six children and a personal estate of less than one hundred pounds. The pilgrim's progress became at once and has continued to be by far the most widely read of all his works and one of the most universally known of english books. Though in the form of an allegory the narrative interest is so powerful. The drawing of permanent types of human character is so vigorous and the style is so simple and directed. It takes rank as a great work of fiction. The best sides of english puritanism have here their most adequate and characteristic expression while the intensity of bunions religious fervor and the universality of the spiritual problems with which he deals. Raise the work to a place among the great religious classics of the world..

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"john bunyan" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

05:15 min | 5 months ago

"john bunyan" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"The attack them. A car report concluded that sajjan beverage was lying and had planted to hannah himself. According to assistant chief constable mci the corrupt actions of investigating offices were intended to pin the crime on twelve year old. Dennis hagot sections of the report were not released to journalists russell finley days included portions dealing with a criminal probe against the officers involved in the original investigation. Only a few received any disciplinary action to cases second-in-command. Detective inspector john bunyan was suspended in august of nineteen ninety eight. Hey faced five charges including two counts of discreditable conduct and three charges of neglect of judy. The leda three charges would draw top. After a lengthy disciplinary hearing inspected bunion was only two guilty of the to lesser offenses of discreditable conduct. Detectives rub beverage the officer. Who planted the hannah in. The habits kitchen was transferred out of the criminal investigation department as was another sajjan. The cases full laid investigator. Detective superintendent jim. Winning avoided disciplined by retiring from the force aged in his forties with cited health reasons. He's early departure. Central scotland police attempted to block his retirement. But were unsuccessful. Larry hagit voice tease families disappointment telling the press. We have been fighting to get a bit of justice for our family for years. I just feel we haven't got it there. Is somebody answerable to the way we were traded. And as far as i'm concerned nobody has come up with the answer yet in two thousand three. Brian baby lost an appeal against his conviction. He was denied. Parole in two thousand twelve. Andrew remains incarcerated as if the release of this episode in october. Two thousand fifteen. One of babies nephews came forward to accuse his uncle of molesting him markle. Not he's real name told the sun that beatty started abusing him in nineteen ninety four. When michael was thirteen years old he would serve markle alcoholic beverages known as alcopops then rypien markle told the sun quote it was so traumatic blocked it out. It was horrific. There were hundreds of incidents verse spell of threes. All would regularly wake up some days with no clothes on and him lying next to me. There were times where ought be upstairs doing my homework and he just come into my room and start doing stuff to me. Markle was scared that if he fought back baby might start abusing his brothers. Instead after lawrence was murdered in march nineteen ninety six beatty took markle for a walk past the haggard house. He told his nephew that hey had killed lawrence and diffa michael ever told anyone then he would kill him as well. According to michael bady threatened. He's law on multiple occasions. He once held a rise out. Markle's throat another time. He claimed to have a gun hidden under a bridge that he would use to kill him off. The baby was convicted for murder. He sent markle aleta in it. He said he had a naked photos of markle. Hey blackmailed markle into staying silent but threatening to release the images. He's friends and family. Michael became a royal logistics corps soldier but struggled with post traumatic stress disorder anxiety and maintaining employment as a consequence of the abuse. He's personal relationships. Also suffered he told the sun. Hey his turned me into a nervous person of made bad decisions and away my family. My worry is now that he gets off. Think he'll try and kill me. I'm trying to move on with my life but it's so difficult..

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"john bunyan" Discussed on The Dictionary

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04:08 min | 6 months ago

"john bunyan" Discussed on The Dictionary

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"john bunyan" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History

5 Minutes in Church History

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"john bunyan" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History

"Welcome to five minutes in churches hosted by Dr Stephen. Nicholson where we take a little break from the presence to go exploring. The past asked traveled back in time as we look the people events and even the places that have shaped the story of Christianity. This is our story family history. Let's get started Welcome back to another episode five minutes in Church history on this episode. We're wrapping up our great time here at the Van encamping collection and the script Him here in Orlando Florida and we are standing in a jail cell while it's a replica of jail cell and and it is a jail cell for someone who is very crucial one of those towering figures in church history. None other than John Bunyan and here in this room that this may be like bunions jail cell complete with a very primitive bed or a number of artifacts and books related to John Bunyan. I there is an early edition of Pilgrim's progress with an engraving. It's interesting that these early editions of Pilgrim's progress progress were so read. They were just literally devoured by people as they passed from hand to hand and so copies. Just don't exist. They we're literally read out of existence as people just gobbled up this beautiful taxed that so well portrays vividly portrays the the pilgrimage of the Christian life. Well so here there's a would fragment from the L.. Stowe house there is a key to the Bedford furred prison and actual key from the Bedford. Prison reminds me of that scene in. Pilgrim's progress where Christian is just so despondent despondent and they're in the castle of giant despair. And they're locked deep deep down in dungeon and they're just absolutely despondent and then all of a sudden Christian remembers that he is a key and he reaches into the folds of his cloak and he pulls out the key of promise anti he with a shaking hand tries it in the lock and it opens the door and they come to another lock and opens that lock in another gate and it opens that lock and they escape and what a beautiful portrayal is of the promise. That is God's word and that's quite a key. Maybe bunion had that particular key in mind. When he wrote his text? You know Bunyan wrote other books. Right beyond the pilgrim's progress and one of them in true bunion scholars. Say that they. I think it's a better book than Pilgrim's progress. It's the Holy War and here too is a copy of the Holy War from sixteen eighty. Two and Bunion also knew a thing or two about suffering. Didn't he lost his first wife is oldest daughter was born blind and also he himself himself suffered in prison and saw the death of friends and also just personally suffered so in sixteen eighty four. He published advice to sufferers. And here. In this bunion room there is a copy of that as well. So all of these testament to the author John Bunyan and his wonderful classic. The pilgrim's progress all of that is here and the script Oria in Orlando well continuing our journey through bibles and texts related to the reformation. There is Fox's acts and monuments since I'm looking at a fifteen ninety six edition of course this book. Chronicles the MARTYRDOMS. Most of them happening under bloody Mary. Harry but Fox begins his story actually back. In the days of the apostles as the New Testament was coming to a close and Fox records forged the many centuries of martyrdoms and especially those martyrdoms related to the British reformation and next to it is a Bible. That is a stirring testament to one of those martyrdoms. It's in that great English tradition of Bible translations ends than that line from wickliffe. All the way up to King James. It's a Matthew's Bible at dates to fifteen thirty seven. It is opened the two pages and John and the reason it's open to pages and John is that they're on those pages. There's actually the blood stains means of a martyr of the British reformation. And I'm Steve Nichols and thanks for listening to five minutes in Church history for more ordination or to listen to past episodes. Please visit five minutes in Church. History.

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Scriptorium: John Bunyan & Persecution

5 Minutes in Church History

04:21 min | 1 year ago

Scriptorium: John Bunyan & Persecution

"Welcome back to another episode five minutes in Church history on this episode. We're wrapping up our great time here at the Van encamping collection and the script Him here in Orlando Florida and we are standing in a jail cell while it's a replica of jail cell and and it is a jail cell for someone who is very crucial one of those towering figures in church history. None other than John Bunyan and here in this room that this may be like bunions jail cell complete with a very primitive bed or a number of artifacts and books related to John Bunyan. I there is an early edition of Pilgrim's progress with an engraving. It's interesting that these early editions of Pilgrim's progress progress were so read. They were just literally devoured by people as they passed from hand to hand and so copies. Just don't exist. They we're literally read out of existence as people just gobbled up this beautiful taxed that so well portrays vividly portrays the the pilgrimage of the Christian life. Well so here there's a would fragment from the L.. Stowe house there is a key to the Bedford furred prison and actual key from the Bedford. Prison reminds me of that scene in. Pilgrim's progress where Christian is just so despondent despondent and they're in the castle of giant despair. And they're locked deep deep down in dungeon and they're just absolutely despondent and then all of a sudden Christian remembers that he is a key and he reaches into the folds of his cloak and he pulls out the key of promise anti he with a shaking hand tries it in the lock and it opens the door and they come to another lock and opens that lock in another gate and it opens that lock and they escape and what a beautiful portrayal is of the promise. That is God's word and that's quite a key. Maybe bunion had that particular key in mind. When he wrote his text? You know Bunyan wrote other books. Right beyond the pilgrim's progress and one of them in true bunion scholars. Say that they. I think it's a better book than Pilgrim's progress. It's the Holy War and here too is a copy of the Holy War from sixteen eighty. Two and Bunion also knew a thing or two about suffering. Didn't he lost his first wife is oldest daughter was born blind and also he himself himself suffered in prison and saw the death of friends and also just personally suffered so in sixteen eighty four. He published advice to sufferers. And here. In this bunion room there is a copy of that as well. So all of these testament to the author John Bunyan and his wonderful classic. The pilgrim's progress all of that is here and the script Oria in Orlando well continuing our journey through bibles and texts related to the reformation. There is Fox's acts and monuments since I'm looking at a fifteen ninety six edition of course this book. Chronicles the MARTYRDOMS. Most of them happening under bloody Mary. Harry but Fox begins his story actually back. In the days of the apostles as the New Testament was coming to a close and Fox records forged the many centuries of martyrdoms and especially those martyrdoms related to the British reformation and next to it is a Bible. That is a stirring testament to one of those martyrdoms. It's in that great English tradition of Bible translations ends than that line from wickliffe. All the way up to King James. It's a Matthew's Bible at dates to fifteen thirty seven. It is opened the two pages and John and the reason it's open to pages and John is that they're on those pages. There's actually the blood stains means of a martyr of the British

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Harold Bloom: The Shadow of a Great Rock: A Literary Appreciation of the King James Bible

Bookworm

05:57 min | 1 year ago

Harold Bloom: The Shadow of a Great Rock: A Literary Appreciation of the King James Bible

"You know recently Harold Bloom died he was the figure of extrordinary controversy Oko Zinder other circumstances is he would have been just another professor but he was the professor who was defending the Western canon as he quoted which meant that he was talking about Shakespeare and Milton and of course his great of Shelley he studied how these writers in the Canon influenced each other he wrote a book called the Gang Society of influence he really became the writer of our time talking out that tradition now let's acknowledge that tradition is rarely taught in the university the way it was in the generation of Herald I had the pleasure and I would say the honor of talking to her world boom at his own apartment in New York I will say that I disagreed with him about many things things when we aired these interviews people wrote in Yes harold bloom was an elitist yes he was but we should have one of everything and there are leaders and there are populous and there are ever very kind of response that you can have two good richer this is harold boom from our conversation on bookworm unlike his book the Anatomy of influence literature is a way of life which seems a settled and masterful book the shadow of a great rock is audacious and I would like to say even dangerous which tells us that a great mind doesn't settle into somnolence or eternity it's always at work work and always making trouble this is the nature of the mind Harold Bloom my wife would appreciate how do you how do you feel you've spoken of the many controversies you've causes mentioned some of them in this book it's never going to see aw both well hated and well loved and particularly with I have to say about the New Testament here has already started Israel fury I've got nasty email nasty letters and even a couple of nasty anonymous phone calls you say that the ten handle translation of the old the New Testament is the breakthrough in Boston since they burned I mean he's both a great model a great writer and the Grand Bigot with that it's not full they were all bigots of goals they would all I'm very glad to see you and myself crucified angry anti-semites but it went with the territory as it were Tindale was martyred burned alive before he could finish his translation of what he called the Old Testament as you will notice throughout this look the shadow of a great rock I insist upon referring to it as the original testament Tomahawk the Hebrew Bible and what is called the New Testament by its proper name the belated testament which is also beginning to get into the usual difficulties but that's fun Tindale was burned alive before he could translate the prophets and most of the great writings and that's how a loss because tremendous writer in every way you compare to Shakespeare and Milton I would say that the greatest writer certain in English paps in any language I'm able to read is of course we shakespeare indeed have now reached a point where I've totally infuriated but I like doing that of course with them the horrible shakespeare establishment these dryers dust moldy fix calls by simply saying there is no God but God his name is William Shakes sure of course after Shakespeare you have to put chaucer stunning extraordinary writer without really Shakespeare did not have been possible then tindale and Milton I would say of almost equal imminence the English novel sales of Daniel Defoe and John Bunyan at its very beginning wouldn't have been possible without Tindale he was not a lyrical writer but a very great narrative genius I of course New Testament which was complete is the entire basis if the King James New Testament and is major writing is largely preserved in the Geneva Bible and subsequently in the King James Bible and various scholars who have said that it would be very difficult to think of the style of certain moments in King Lear without the Tim Daly an element in the Geneva Bible our I think basically justified you say that the two greatest works in the English language are composed really within a decade need

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"john bunyan" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"john bunyan" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress

"You you and for your children and for all the ones at a distance as many as the Lord our God will call that you and may we were at the distance. We were called but I want you to notice the baptism for the removal movable of sins is not the same as being baptized in the Holy Spirit the not the same there are two different events so believing Jesus repenting these are all separate things being baptized in the water then being baptized in the Holy Spirit Spirit these Peter in the Peter Package are he's saying these are all the necessary elements to be sealed for your salvation. Oh my saying that without being baptized in water or baptized appetizing in the Holy Spirit. You can't be saved not going to say that. I don't know to be very frank with you. I don't know I believe that a man who cries out to the Lord who surrenders his life who gives himself to Jesus Christ. I believe that man is saved but there are a pieces of that process that we need to not bypass so I'm saying to you. Inefficiencies in the first chapter being sealed in the Holy Spirit is the baptism of the Holy Spirit Spirit. Now I always thought of being sealed that happened baptism but obviously I was wrong. Just just read the scripture. The Holy Spirit came one time he came as a baptism of the Holy Spirit he didn't didn't walk in silently on cats feet and surprise everybody he came boldly and you know when you've been baptized in the Holy Spirit. It's it's like getting the flu. You know when you have the flu you know when you were plunged under the water. I have a vivid memory of being plunged under the water her in water baptism. Oh please. I'm not saying you have to do this. I'm seeing this Mrs. I'm reading you. The scriptures that say this is the process. This is the road. It's not a vertical line where we pass that line we we we say a sinner's prayer. We passed the line now. We've got our ticket and we're good to go to heaven and we'RE NOT GONNA go to hell. That's foolishness. It's not in scripture John John Bunyan and that's why I chose this this name Pilgrim's progress as he wrote that allegory back in the sixteen early sixteen eighteen hundreds in his prison cell. He saw even as I do that. It's a journey. It's a vertical line fine. It's a journey to the Jordan River where you die and you enter into the kingdom into the glory of Heaven with Jesus so am I saved. I'm in the process of being saved. I stand by faith. I'm saved in Jesus Jesus but I'm not there yet so according to efficient visions I need to be sealed in the Holy Spirit and warned not to grieve the Holy Spirit by bitterness and wrath and anger and clamor and evil speaking malice..

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"john bunyan" Discussed on James MacDonald Podcast

James MacDonald Podcast

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"john bunyan" Discussed on James MacDonald Podcast

"This is Paul's message for which I am suffering. You don't hear a lot of sermons on that be faithful to the gospel? So you can suffer. But true words were never spoken and all live godly in Christ will suffer persecution Paul told Titus as priest in my gospel for which I am suffering bound with chains as a criminal. This the apostle Paul we're talking about here like numero Uno disciple after two thousand years, and he's imprison in chains for following Jesus. If that doesn't negate forever the notion that getting it right means life is easier. You're not paying attention. Getting it, right. Sometimes means suffering. He says for which I am suffering bound with chains as a criminal underlying this second underlining the passage for you. But the word of God is not bound, isn't that awesome? If what you really want is the message of the word to go out have no fear, even when you're suffering. Sometimes the word of God is going out through us more powerfully when we're suffering Martin Luther great him. A mighty fortress is our God a bulwark never failing. And then this this phrase the body. They may kill Luther said God's truth abides still. She can't stop the word of God. John Bunyan, John Bunyan is you know. He is the author of what book tick tock tick tock, right pilgrim's progress and Bundy was imprisoned in Bedford England with a little window at the top of his cell and a brick wall outside it, and he would stand up as tall as he could imprison, and he would preach his heart out the wall, and on the other side of the wall crowds gathered and thousands were converted and bunion said I am in prison. But the word of God is not bound. And no matter what you're facing or feeling. Anticipate remember Jesus Christ risen from the dead and -ticipant the victory of God's word. We're going to win we're going to win. We're gonna win. We're gonna win. You came to church today to be reminded. We're gonna win. No weapon formed against you will prosper. What does it say in some twenty-five, no one whose hope is in you will ever be put to shame. That's where all this is going. And so to be strong in the grace eliminate the drain exalt. The Lord here's the last two. Endure the hardship and expect accountability. I'll let you study eleven through thirteen yourself. I'll just read verse ten. Endure hardship expect accountability. Under endure hardship verse ten therefore, I endure everything for the sake of the elect. It's remember this is for your children and grandchildren. This is for your extended family. This is for the people you love, you are enduring a lot, and you're absorbing a lot for the sake of the work of Christ. In your family. I endure everything for the sake of the elect that they may also taken the salvation that is in Christ Jesus with eternal glory. This is this saying is trustworthy. This was actually a little him in the early church. If we've died with him, we will also live with him. If we endure we will also reign with him. If we deny him he'll also deny us. There's the accountability. If we are faithless as we sometimes are he remains faithful for he cannot deny himself in In then. that, our hope and prayer is that today's message blessed you, and if it did there's a couple of things that we'd love for you to do. You can subscribe you can rate the podcast, and you can review it this podcast is.

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"john bunyan" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"john bunyan" Discussed on Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

"It's always great to be here. Gary. This is perhaps the million dollar question. I'm not sure we may have a few million dollar questions in here, but is it really possible to change a husband? Let's go there. I like to use the word influence your husband, but we have to put it in the right context. Let me put it as a husband with his wife. If I try to turn my wife into a love, Gary, like he wants to be loved machine. That's the height of narcissism. But if I want to influence her so that she becomes all that God has called her to be in Christ, that's a holy pursuit. It says, the Christ loved the church, and part of that was wanting to make her holy. So it is a good desire to see your spouse grow into the person guide created them to be. It can be an. Evil desire. If you're trying to turn them into that, love me. Like I wanna be loved machine motivation is everything here, right? The difficulty in that though is we are born in this world as selfish creatures. That's the second nature that we all possess whether your husband or a wife. So how how do you get to the point where you can overlook or put asunder, though selfish attitudes and really look out for the best interest of your spouse. That's the other million dollar. I think it begins by dreaming with God about who he wants our spouse to be. So it's not just us, but we're sitting at the feet of Jesus and saying, who do you want him or her to be as a worker as a husband or as a wife as a friend as a son, or as a daughter and saying, how do I participate with what you're already doing in their life? And you might be surprised. God may take it into a direction. One of the things I mentioned here to just kind of give some perspective because some wise say with my husband was just a more committed Christian life would be so much easier. It'd be more fun. It would be better now you're taking off the list if it was, you know, spiritually leading in our family, pick up after himself. But, but then I use the story of John Bunyan who when he married his wife, his first wife died, so he married her and had several children already. He was put in jail for preaching the gospel without a license. And in those days, when you were in jail, they didn't feed you and they didn't clothes if you didn't have family that came and took care of you and tell us, oh, here's a young wife, barely married having to bring his food to the prison every day having to care for his kids. And in fact, because he wouldn't stop preaching the gospel, he was in prison as much as he lived with her outside of prison. So it's possible that supporting our spouse and who they would be in Christ can make life more difficult. That's why. Again, we want to look at the motivations. It's not about us. It's narcissism. It's about them being released to be the person that God created them to be. Let's go back to the changing versus the influencing. What is the difference? Let's be really clear about that. What is the attitude. I'm going to change my husband versus the attitude of I'm going to influence him. I believe biblical influence, and here's the challenge and the rub comes from setting the example pulses. The stronger gives way to the weaker. He says, follow me as I follow Christ throughout the bible. You see that the best way to influence someone is to be what you want them to be. Let that be contagious, let it invite them into a new way of thinking. The best way for me to stop. Gossiping is when I see a person in a very holy way, turn a conversation toward encouragement and blessing..

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"john bunyan" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"john bunyan" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Chapter thirteen. We'll be looking at the first seventeen verses of this amazing tax than this amazing chapter. What would you talk about if you had less than one day to live in one thousand nine hundred fifty seven Jonathan Edwards, one of the most influential preachers preach in America was called to be president of Princeton college just a week after his inauguration? He was inoculated for smallpox and fever hit Edwards. He died on March twenty seconds seventeen fifty eight at the age of fifty five. Shortly before he died. He knew he was dying. He had an opportunity to say goodbye to each of his family members. And then is brands and one of his family said his final words were this. Where is Jesus might never failing friend. He went home to be with the Lord with that on his lips deal moody, the great evangelist and preacher, the former shoe salesman that God used Iraq two continents. When he was dying people described it as a very triumphant moment. His final words were. I see earth receding heaven is opening and God is calling me. And with that he shut his eyes and went home to be with the Lord John Bunyan who was in prison for his faith and wrote pilgrim's progress in sixteen twenty eight have become very estranged from his son and bunion went to London on a mission of reconciliation on the way home. He got caught in a violent storm and contract that a very mysterious disease, which would end his life ten days later. His last words recorded by those were. With him at his bedside. When he died were these we not for me, but for yourselves, I go to the father of our Lord Jesus Christ. Who will no doubt through the mediation of his blessed? Son receive me though a center when I hope we shall air long. Meet the sing a new song and remain ever lastingly happy in the world without in men in bunion died. Those were the last words of faithful people who knew they were going to die. That's what they said before they died. John chapters thirteen to seventeen is a critical tax because it gives us in great detail Christ final instructions to his disciple on the very ninety was arrested in less than one day from this instruction in less than one day from this conversation Jesus Christ will be hanging on a cross dying for sins. His public ministry is over. And we come now to what many believe is one of the most sacred series of chapters and all of the bible. There are no chapters like these anywhere else in scripture, the gospel of John gives us much more of the content of Christ final instruction to the disciples than all the other gospels do. Now, the context of this is that there were many who had believed on the Lord, but they were not following the Lord, they were secret believers who would not be highly honored in heaven, nor would they be really happy here on earth as a believer. You cannot be happy until you decide you're going to obey the word of God. And do what God wants you to do. And never is that more evident than when you come to this text tonight. Now before we analyze what's actually in the text. There are three observations I wanna.

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"john bunyan" Discussed on In Our Time

In Our Time

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"john bunyan" Discussed on In Our Time

"She it's very religious one to be the mo something until religious what your view on that i think it's a religious novel but it demonstrates religion of a very particular kind it's intensely hostile to religious hypocrisy we've already mentioned brocklehurst is an example of that and it is hostile to to the notion of the institutional power of the church it's a protestant model of religious experience that will offered in jane eyre an it's closely allied to the old tradition of the spiritual autobiography john bunyan's pilgrim's progress and important novel to the children in the passages they grow up i think is a vivid presence in jana that journey them pilgrimage through testing experiences it's an inward ness of a relation with gold but is a dynamic relationship which really guides jane that she will be until say so explicit at one point she will be guided by the laws given by god and sanctioned by minutes warm of her motives for rejecting the prospect of becoming rochester's mistress but you could say o'brien at the at the point at pitcher point where she is thinking of marrying john john going to india the voice of rochester comes across the third and says he's in trouble and she goes back him so that kind of love conquers religion it does but also i think religion that kind of religion that sinjin rivers embodies is a religion of total self denial i kind of ruutel ambitious denial of one's passionate brother two sisters is the cousin what she's the man she subsequently discovers his cousin who is this missionary whose characterized as cold to her hot so i think the idea of a religious sensibility that's enabling that allows you to flourish it's very important to charlotte bronte the either religious sensibility which is about selfdenial and translates in that way to sort of persecution of others is not attractive to it is worth remembering i think that's absolutely right about sinjin rivers he'd seen as in a sense one of the male tyrants but the conclusion of the novel its final page which is old takes you back to send john rivers and in a sense also remind you helen some when we haven't mentioned that that the the girl at at low would who had a kind of self denial which parallel to guys yes that's right but syndrome rivers has the final words in the novel and even so come lord jesus it's a biblical reference and it securite echo of that moment where rochester in jane communicate it's joan rivers communicating with jesus and the final word of the novel is actually jesus so it's it's it's it's such a double mobile this so on the one hand that very self denying you might to life denying model of religious experience offered by rivers is rejected by jane eyre but on the other hand she concedes its power going to do is.

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"john bunyan" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"john bunyan" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Can be a man a woman a boy a girl a jewish gentile you can be any kind of center that has ever existed on this planet if you will believe on the lord jesus christ you are the work of the father being brought to christ and he'll never cast you out a child once asked him i too young to believe in christ the response was you're old enough to sin you're old enough to die so you're old enough to personally believe in jesus christ and this is the verse right here that caused the pharisee john bunyan the finally stop trying to be right with god on his own and simply rely upon jesus christ to be right with god before mr bunyan wrote pilgrim's progress he was a religious fanatic who became a kooky legalist he struggled and struggled and finally came to terms with this verse and he believed that by believing in christ he would never be cast the way by god it didn't matter what he'd done or what he would do afterwards if he would believe on christ he would never be cast the way because he would be a gift from the father to the son which brings us to the six point jesus christ was honored doing the will of the father verse thirty eight now the will of the father was that jesus go to that cross and shed his blood so that the father might bring the electives son see this is critical christ is not going to die on that cross because he's gonna die as a good martyr or good example he's dying there by the wheel of god the father he's going to that cross to make it possible for god the father to draw centers to a relationship with him and jesus will not lose one person who believes in him and what that means is our eternal security does not lie in us it lies in him the will of the father is that he lose nothing verse thirty nine tells us so.

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