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Summary

A time-honored Puritan classic, Precious Remedies Against Satan's Devices is a must-listen for every Christian, especially those who feel consumed by sin. Precious Remedies Against Satan's Devices exposes Satan's devious methods and offers biblical strategies to help Christians avoid and overcome temptation. The messages contained in this classic work are as useful today as they were when the book was first published in 1652. Whether you are downhearted, are unsure about spiritual warfare, or want to successfully battle pride, unbelief, or lust, Precious Remedies Against Satan's Devices has it all.

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  • Savvy Shopper
  • 03-05-17

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This is a very difficult book to listen to. However, there are many valuable insights and discussions presented that make it worth listening to. Maybe pace yourself. Also, most people should expect to take much longer finishing it then an average audiobook.

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  • 27-08-17

May be better to read rather than listen.

When stopping the story and coming back I had trouble remembering which devise of Satan pertained to the remedy being discussed.

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