Revisiting Letters of Robert Murray M'Cheyne

As John and Teddy will be continuing the series discussing Puritans and the 18th Century Revivals, we thought it would be a good idea to reach into our archives and remind you about some of the men we have talked about on the podcast who were also deeply influenced by the Puritans. This week we present you with the first episode from our series about Robert Murray M'Cheyne.

This week we wanted to point you to one of our favorite pastors, Robert Murray M’Cheyne. M’Cheyne was a 19th century pastor in the rough city of Dundee, Scotland. His diary reveals a constant reading of Puritan authors. As you listen to a podcast focusing on some of his letters, let us encourage you to listen to how carefully these men guided a person to Christ, from their earliest questions about their sin to the task of granting a biblical assurance. It ought to be apparent that the passage of centuries has not changed humanity’s most basic spiritual needs, nor has it changed the cure we offer them.

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Show Notes

Memoirs and Remains of Robert Murray M’Cheyne by Andrew Bonar

Notes from John Snyder regarding M'Cheyne's letters

Letter I: Seek to know your corruption

Letter II: Seek the righteousness of Christ

Letter III: Joy in believing

Letter IV: Taste and see that Christ is precious

Letter V: Be found in Christ

Letter VI: Go up, leaning on Christ


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