1831 JOHN HOWE. The Outpouring of the Holy Spirit. Rare Puritan on Revival
1831 JOHN HOWE. The Outpouring of the Holy Spirit. Rare Puritan on Revival
1831 JOHN HOWE. The Outpouring of the Holy Spirit. Rare Puritan on Revival
1831 JOHN HOWE. The Outpouring of the Holy Spirit. Rare Puritan on Revival

1831 JOHN HOWE. The Outpouring of the Holy Spirit. Rare Puritan on Revival

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Howe, John. The Outpouring of the Holy Spirit; or, the prosperous State of the Christian Interest before the End of Time, by a plentiful Effusion of the Holy Spirit Considered in fifteen sermons on Ezekiel xxix. 29. London: The Religious Tract Society, 1831 [from the 1726 edition]. 247pp.

Good quarter leather edition of a classic Puritan on revival. Leather spine & corners, "Howe on the Holy Spirit" in gilt with rules to spine, rubbed marbled paper boards, 

Roberts, Revival Literature no. 2847.

John Howe (1630-1705), was an eminent Non-conformist divine, chaplain to Oliver Cromwell, who was, with 2,000 others, ejected for non-conformity, 1662. "He was a man of profound learning, eminent piety, and unwearied zeal.” – Allibone. “He seems to have understood the gospel as well as any uninspired writer, and to have imbibed as much of its spirit. There is the truest sublime to be found in his writings, and some of the strongest pathos…He has a vast number of and variety of uncommon thoughts, and is, on the whole, one of the most valuable writers in our language, or, I believe, in the world.” – Dr. Doddridge. “Possessed of the learning of Cudworth, the evangelical piety of Owen, and the fervor of Baxter, with a mind of larger dimensions than what belonged to any of these distinguished individuals, everything which fell from his pen is worthy of immortality. He delights while he instructs, and impresses while he enlightens.” – Orme. “For depth of originality of thought, John Howe has never been surpassed by any theological writer whatever. His principles were strictly evangelical, and his spirit eminently catholic and devout.” – Dr. E. Williams.