It has been said that many of those in mental hospitals could leave quickly if they could feel that they were forgiven. Who knows the damage done by a sense of guilt or unresolved conflict? In this rare Puritan treatise, available only in lithograph form from the 1691 edition, and now available in modern reprint for the first time, Timothy Cruso deals with what it is to have a tender heart, how God brings it about, the evidences of it, and why it finds favor with God. Also appendixed are five additional sermons by this Puritan preacher. Acquaint yourself with Cruso. He is well worth knowing!
Timothy Cruso (1656-1697) was a presbyterian minister. He was a close friend of Daniel Defoe, author of The Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, who allegedly named his character after his dear friend. He dies at the young age of 41 and his funeral sermon was preached by Matthew Mead, author of The Almost Christian Discovered.