Puritan Paperbacks

The Puritan Paperbacks Series includes some of the most classic Puritan works published by the Banner of Truth. These books are selections of larger works from the Puritans, published in small paperbacks to make them more accessible and affordable. These books highlight some of the finest works of the Puritans who were well known for their robust theology, pastoral warmth, and love for God’s Word. Notable titles include Precious Remedies Against Satan’s Devices by Thomas Brooks, Communion with God by John Owen, and The Doctrine of Repentance by Thomas Watson. Other notable Puritan writers in this series include Thomas Goodwin, Richard Sibbes, John Flavel, Richard Baxter, and John Bunyanet al.

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Brings together Bunyan’s works Praying in the Spirit and The Throne of Grace. 176pp.

The Mystery Of Providence
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Based on Psalm 57:2, shows how providence works for us in every stage and experience of our lives. 224pp.

The Love of Christ

The Love of Christ

Expository Sermons on Verses from Song of Solomon Chapters 4-6

by Richard Sibbes


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A series of sermons preached by Richard Sibbes (1577-1635) on Song of Solomon 4:16-6:3, demonstrating and setting forth the love of Christ to his church, and the love of the church to Christ. 376pp.


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Watson’s fine exposition shows the rich provision made in the Supper for all believers, and lays bare the emptiness of mere sacramentalism. 96pp.

Lifting Up For The Downcast
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A choice book giving rich encouragement for the depressed. 288pp.

Letters Of Samuel Rutherford
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Contains 69 of Rutherford’s letters while suffering for the gospel. 208pp.

Justification Vindicated
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With brevity and clarity, refutes false charges against, and movingly affirms the biblical doctrine of justification by faith alone. 96pp.

The Jerusalem Sinner Saved
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The fruit of Bunyan’s thinking on the grace of forgiveness—‘Good News for the Vilest of Men’. 144pp.

Indwelling Sin in Believers
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Based on Romans 7:21, shows that sin is a powerful inward principle at enmity with God, but that the grace of Christ is all-sufficient. 176pp.

The Holy Spirit
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A modernized abridgement of Owen’s Discourse dealing with the name, nature, personality and operations of the Holy Spirit. 216p.

Heaven On Earth

Heaven on Earth

A Treatise on Christian Assurance

by Thomas Brooks


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Explains the nature of assurance and how it can be experienced. 320pp.

The Heart of Christ
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Shows from Scripture that, in all his heavenly majesty, Christ is not now aloof from believers and unconcerned, but has the strongest affections for them. 176pp.

The Great Gain of Godliness

The Great Gain of Godliness

Practical Notes on Malachi 3:16-18

by Thomas Watson


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A lightly-edited version of Watson’s exposition of Malachi 3:16–18. 176pp.

The Glory Of Christ
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Towards the end of his life, the great Puritan pastor and theologian meditates upon Jesus Christ, the heart of the gospel, with biblical insight and understanding that is at times overwhelming. 184pp.

Glorious Freedom

Glorious Freedom

The Excellency of the Gospel Above the Law

by Richard Sibbes


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Declares the transforming liberty which comes from seeing Christ in the gospel. An exposition of 2 Corinthians 3:17–18. 208pp.

Facing Grief

Facing Grief

Counsel For Mourners

by John Flavel


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A meditation on Luke 7:13, based upon advice Flavel gave to a woman who had lost her only son. Full of Scripture, counsel, warning and wisdom gained from personal experience of affliction. 136pp.

Dying Thoughts
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In this exposition of Philippians 1:23, Baxter provides much needed counsel, strength and comfort. 144pp.


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Watson shows that knowing what repentance is, and actually repenting, are essential to true Christianity. 128pp.


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In this outstanding book, Owen explains the nature of the Christian’s communion with God and describes the many privileges it brings. 240pp.

Come and Welcome to Jesus Christ
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In a thorough exposition of John 6:37, Bunyan expresses his delight and joy in the free and gracious welcome given to sinners by Christ. 240pp.

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In a clear and attractive style, describes what it means to be a Christian, and how to become one. 208pp.

Christian Love

Christian Love

With an extract from 'The Sinners Sanctuary'

by Hugh Binning


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The Scottish Covenanting minister Hugh Binning shows how Christians should love one another (John 13:35) and describes the excellence of Christian love from 1 Corinthians 13. Includes 3 sermons from The Sinner’s Sanctuary, an exposition of Romans 8:1–15. 112pp.

The Bruised Reed
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In this famous exposition of Isaiah 42:3, Sibbes unfolds the tender ministry of Christ. 138pp.

The Art Of Prophesying

The Art of Prophesying

And the Calling of the Ministry

by William Perkins


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Basic guidance to help all Christians read and use the Bible intelligently, with a powerful message to those who lead and preach. 208pp.

Apostasy From The Gospel

The Nature and Causes

by John Owen


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An abridgement of Owen’s powerful teaching on the possibility that not all ‘professing’ Christians may prove to be true Christians. 184pp.


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Watson explains, from Romans 8:28, how the best and worst experiences work for the good of God’s people. 128pp.

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