Scougal explains the four essential characteristics of the divine life, the excellence and advantages of having them, and the practical steps to be undertaken in realizing them as your personal experience. This book provided much of the stimulus for the Wesleyan Revival in England and the Great Awakening in America. It has power, practicality, and the taste of revival.
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Review 1 for The Life of God in the Soul of Man
Date:February 16, 2008
This is the book that inspired John Piper to write his book "The Pleasures of God". Scougal's book is not for the casual Christian. But if you are one who is hungry for depth in your spiritual life, than this book is an excellent resource!
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Review 2 for The Life of God in the Soul of Man
Date:February 24, 2004
This book has changed my profession of religion to a true life of religion. Henry Scougal writes with such elegance and humility and fervor. Well one of my favorites, it is a shame he is not known abroad the christian community. If you like the puritans, you'll love this book!