All Things for Good

All Things for Good

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In this fine study of Romans 8:28, Thomas Watson explains how both the best and the worst experiences work for the good of God's people.

Title:All Things for Good
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780851514789
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  • 7jane

    Originally titled, in 1663: "A Divine Cordial", and it's a book to strenghten and cheer the believers. After reading it, I believe it's a neat little book that does what it says it aims to be, to moti...

  • Kofi Opoku

    Splendid. I love Watson for his theological warmth. And no, that’s not an oxymoron. ...

  • Jim Becker

    Nothing better than to take the medicine straight. Good slap in the face for me....

  • Emily Stem

    In the realm of a classic. I was pleasantly surprised with how good and easily applicable the content was. Highly recommend. I felt happy in Christ every time i read it. ...

  • Sarah

    I've decided that Thomas Watson is not for me. I liked this book better the last one I read by him, but I still had trouble following at times. Also, I just don't love his style. Not a horrible writer...

  • Scott

    What a book. I've heard frequently that people who read Puritans typically refer to the general body of work produced during this period as a "feast". If the Puritans as a whole be a feast, then this ...

  • John Brackbill

    A thorough exposition of Romans 8:28 that is well worth your time. The language is a bit dated of course, but all said it is very readable. He is a master illustrator. One illustration that has really...

  • Liam

    Very good and encouraging old book. Watson is always a joy to read.The book’s main strengths are its details of what God may be up to in seasons of suffering or trials of various kinds. God’s hear...

  • Becky Pliego

    Very convicting and encouraging, both at the same time.2nd time read April 20153rd time read April 20164rd time read March 2019 ...

  • Bill

    Here's my book review in sermon form (28 minutes): Thomas Watson and the Way Afflictions Work for Good...