PAUL WASHER (HeartCry Missionary Society) writes, 'In the history of extra-biblical study and research tools there has never before been a resource as useful as the Puritan Hard Drive. The Puritan Hard Drive is a tremendous blessing... the KnowledgeBase software on the Puritan Hard Drive provides an effective road map to access the material in ways that are easy-to-use, organized and highly productive. With the click of a button, you can easily do ten hours worth of research in just seconds!
Having the Puritan Hard Drive is like owning the largest Puritan and Reformed Library in the world along with a full time research assistant with his Ph.D in Puritan Studies from Oxford or Cambridge. Imagine not only owning the largest Puritan and Reformed library, but having a full-time team of world-class research assistants at your beck and call.
It is almost as if God is saying, 'Here is a tool that will lead you to more truth faster than ever before. Make the best possible use of it and bring much glory to My Name.' (2 Timothy 2:15, Ephesians 5:16).'
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One Quote from this Book It has been no uncommon thing for the subjects of the work, whose chief distress and anxiety antecedently arose from a sense of their being in the hands of God, unexpectedly to find them
selves rejoicing in that very consideration ‚ÄĒ contemplating the glory and happiness of God, as an object of higher consequence, and more precious than their personal salvation ; and all this, while as yet, they have had no idea of having experienced any saving change of heart. The impressions were such on the minds of the CHILDREN, as led them to lay aside their customary diversions, and sometimes to pass their intermissions in prayer, reading, or religious conversation among themselves.
Such as were capable, requested it as a privilege, that they might be allowed at school to read in their Bibles. Several of the scholars obtained hope respecting themselves ‚ÄĒ some under twelve years of age ; but the greatest number between twelve and eighteen. (Samuel Mills - 1798)