Guarding Your Heart

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  • 51 pages
  • Guarding Your Heart
  • Arthur W. Pink
  • English
  • 23 June 2017

About the Author: Arthur W. Pink

book with by the author s initials, A.W Pink s book are also listed here.Arthur Walkington Pink was born in Nottingham, England on April 1, 1886 and became a Christian in his early 20 s Though born to Christian parents, prior to conversion he migrated into a Theosophical society an occult gnostic group popular in England during that time , and quickly rose in prominence within their ranks His

Guarding Your Heart Do You Think You Came Into This World To Spend Your Whole Time And Strength In Your Employments, Your Trades, Your Pleasures, Unto The Satisfaction Of The Will Of The Flesh And Of The Mind Have You Time Enough To Eat, To Drink, To Sleep, To Talk Unprofitably It May Be Corruptly In All Sorts Of Unnecessary Societies, But Have Not Enough Time To Live Unto God, In The Very Essentials Of That Life Alas, You Came Into The World Under This Law It Is Appointed Unto Men Once To Die, But After This The Judgment Heb , And The End Purpose Why Your Life Is Here Granted Unto You, Is That You May Be Prepared For That Judgment If This Be Neglected, If The Principal Part Of Your Time Be Not Improved With Respect Unto This End, You Will Yet Fall Under The Sentence Of It Unto Eternity John Owen,

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10 thoughts on “Guarding Your Heart

  1. Bambi Moore says:

    Highly recommend Ordered copies to give to friends Exposition of Proverbs 4 23 Keep thy heart with all diligence, for out of it are the issues of life It is in the heart that all backsliding begins Observe closely your affections and see whether God or the world is gaining ground in them Watch whether you experience increasing profit and pleasure in reading God s Word, or whether you have to force yourself to it in order to discharge a duty Observe the same thing in connection with prayer whether you are finding increased or decreased liberty in pouring out your heart to God whether you are having freedom in so doing, or whether it is becoming an irksome task Examine well your spiritual graces, and ascertain whether your faith be in lively exercise, feeding upon the precepts and promises of God whether your hope is lively, anticipating the glorious future whether your love be fervent or cold whether patience, meekness, self control be greater or less p 8 Christians have both spiritual blessings and temporal mercies, the one abiding, the other movable since God has eternally secured the former, never let thy heart be troubled at the loss of the latter p 22 The true comfort of our souls much depends upon this, for he that is negligent in the keeping of his heart, is generally a stranger to spiritual assurance and the sweet comforts flowing from it p 35

  2. Lorrany carvalho says:

    Picked this book up because who has never questioned the HOW s of guarding your heart I read this at a very slow pace because this book although simple is sooo meaty It makes you at every step want to step back and really search your heart and bend down in prayer I think this is going to be one of the books I recommend to everyone and probably read it over and over again Praise God for this great exposition of what it means to keep our hearts pure and in watch before God.

  3. Jeanne Harrison says:

    Wonderful read Loved this quote, it s my heart s prayer Oh Lord, thou requirest me to keep my heart with all diligence, and I feel utterly incompetent for such a task such a work lies altogether beyond my poor feeble powers therefore, I humbly ask Thee in the name of Christ to graciously grant unto me supernatural strength to do as Thou hast bidden me Lord, work in me both to will and to do of Thy good pleasure.

  4. Jim Johnson says:

    Great TruthMuch needed discipline for all true believers Bring glory to God with your heart that is guarded at all times As a deputy sheriff on TV used to say nip it in the bud In regards to temptation.

  5. Davidus1 says:

    Excellent You can tell that Pink is not trying to pass on his opinion or earthly wisdom but is rightly dividing scripture He gives great advice on how to live closely in obedience Something I needed to read Highly recommended

  6. Daniel A. Mast says:

    Read this Christian Arthur Pick loves the Lord Jesus Christ and it shines in this short book If you re struggling or not, this book expounds on the life of the true Christian mind If you would be a true follower of the blessed Savior, this may open your heart.

  7. Brian says:

    It is in the heart that all backsliding begins Observe closely your affections and see whether God or the world is gaining ground in them.Most every question about knowing God in a intimate fashion will be answered in this thin book If you struggle with your sanctification this may well put an end to the failed past Application of the wisdom herein should be a enough for significant change in every ones life These are things God has spoke of many times through out scripture but many, myself included, have not had eyes to see, nor ears to hear I feel blessed to have come upon this book and can hopefully get this into the hands of many in my church Read without hesitation.

  8. History7teacher says:

    My heart has been affectedif you are serious about loving God and living for Him, then this book will do you good Sound, practical, scriptural advice and encouragement about keeping your heart right and close to God Dr Pink certainly covers all the bases, but does so in a winsome manner I especially liked the section on keeping your heart calm in trouble I highly recommend this book.

  9. Walter Price says:

    A good treatment of a much needed topic.I m not a big fan of A W Pink, but found this book both enjoyable and worthwhile His discussion on guarding the heart shows both the need and the how to If pastors preached sermons like this the spiritual character of the church would greatly increase.

  10. Nicholas says:

    An amazing read Keep thy heart with all diligence Pro 4 23 Guard it jealously as the dwelling place of Him to whom you have given it Guard it with the utmost vigilance, for not only is there the enemy without seeking entrance, but there is a traitor within desirous of dominion.