There are some interesting and helpful parts as well, but it's a tough field to work through. My first exposure to this book was a spoken version on a Christian radio station. I think it wou I can't like it for its style too In short, if you enjoyed Pilgrim's Progress, give Holy War a read. King Shaddai was greatly grieved at the rebellion of the city of Mansoul.
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The attack shook the city of Mansoul and the people continued to look within their walls for traitors as well as prepare their weaponry for battle. The eyes of "Understanding", the mayor, are hidden from the light.
It's not surprising to me that this work from John Bunyan has somewhat fallen to the wayside, while The Pilgrims Progress has remained popular. I like the role that Emmanuel played in the rescue of the city of ManSoul - not one that is often heard in even today's Christian literature. Be careful little ears what you hear Maybe I should give it another try.
Instead of an outright attack, it was decided that they would convince the people that it would be best if they followed Diabolus as their prince. Once conquered, the city of Mansoul sought out criminals during the easy times as well as the difficult.
Here is a quote from what we read last night. It's a book full of truth, but it tends to drag on in sections. Then the Prince leaves and the town battles back and forth with the forces of Diabolus, being strengthened by the Holy Spirit to not fall back into their old ways - they would rather die than submit.
The end is the Prince returning in Glory to a faithful town, although with tares. No one can enter the town of Mansoul unless the city opens the gates from the inside. Any text you add should be original, not copied from other sources. Of course, the inner workings of the town of Mansoul are related to the Great King Shaddai and his Son Emmanuel as well as the cunning Diabolous himself and his hostile armies.
At this length, with so many characters thrown into the mix but never developed, it comes off as messy.
Sign up for our Demystified newsletter and get this free guide. I also liked the description of Lustfulness: The city, however, was not at peace with Diabolus. But the ruler of darkness - Prince Diabolus - has other plans. I missed a number of important points at first and had to go back through in group ear.
But Bunyan creates an interesting scenario in which the city of Mansoul is usurped by Diabolus, and Emmanuel makes war on his own town to regain it. Bunyan does a great job describing the battle that goes on in the soul of Man going back and forth between the personal battle as well as the corporate struggle of the saints to follow after Jesus.
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Armour for you I have, and by me it is; yea, and it is sufficient for Mansoul from top to toe; nor can you be hurt by what his force can do, if you shall keep it well girt and fastened about you. Paperbackuoly. The book includes many lessons. There are some interesting and helpful parts as well, but it's a tough field to work through. Its style is antiquated and a bit overdone for the modern reader, but the message and the truths it portrays are still valid and relevant. Sep 18, Matt Pitts bnyan it really liked it.
Somewhere I read that in The Holy WarBunyan represents not only the individual through the metap A little hard to read, mainly because there is no stopping point. It is a dreary and insufferably boring book.
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