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        John Flavel

 

John Flavel (1628-1691) was a Presbyterian minister at Dartmouth in Devon, England, whose teaching is still highly valued as most helpful and strengthening. The son of a minister who died in prison for his noncomformity, John Flavel knew what it was to suffer hardship, and in his life he showed the evangelical graces of a strong man of God. Under his influence, a union of the Presbyterian and Congregational (Independent) churches in his area was accomplished.

 

 

Life of the late Rev. Mr. John Flavel

 

The effectual Application of Christ to the soul

 

How to Support the Heart under Zion's Troubles

 

Infant Baptism and the Covenant of Grace

 

Of the Sabbath (part 1)

 

Of the Sabbath (part 2)

 

Poem from John Flavel's "Navigation Spiritualized"