The Works of Thomas Hooker
The Soulís Preparation for Christ
The Soul's Preparation for Christ by Thomas Hooker A Puritan treatise on conviction of sin and contrition first published in 1632. In this classic work, Thomas Hooker details the process by which God breaks the heart of a sinner preparatory to His giving of life to him. Modernized spellings, newly typeset, paperback. 222 pages. Volume 1 in the Works of Thomas Hooker series.
The Soul's Humiliation
The Soul's Humiliation by Thomas Hooker. The humbling of the pride of man's heart is a deep subject. Most of those who profess Christ today know nothing of it. Divines of old thought it a necessity that a man be driven out of self before he came to Christ≠that a sinner must be humbled before he could be saved. In this work Thomas Hooker lays out the case for the necessity of the humbling of the soul and the abasing of a man's pride before salvation can take place. 182 pages. Hardback. Volume 3 in The Works of Thomas Hooker series.
The Christian's Two Chief Lessons
The Christian's Two Chief Lessons: Self-Denial & Self-Trial by Thomas Hooker. This classic work by Thomas Hooker lays out the necessity of Self-Denial if one is to be considered a genuine Christian. Then Hooker analyzes the false states in which men rest securely: the states of the civil man, the formalist, and the temporary professor and then answers the question What graces are of the essense and being of a Christian? He concludes with a look at the doctrine of adoption. 188 pages. Hardback. Volume 2 in the Works of Thomas Hooker series.