A Walk with Puritans

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350 pages

A Puritan era holds an absorption of noteworthy Christians’ discomforts and demands.  Joseph Alleine and others were within a setting that could have very well been named “Somerset,” because of the beauty and twilit sunsets that charmed it’s rolling fields.  The prettiness was there but the strict laws, threats, and ejections overpowered nature’s splendor.  Citizens seek rights for “Christian Independence” and expose a large manifestation of stern, selfless preachers. Later, Joseph’s procession acquired much pain and distress, although his faith did not allow the oppressors to break him. People ached over the absence of scriptures; whilst, craved:  peace, joy, and realness for the Lord.