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O Love That Will Not Let Me Go

February 16, 2011

Justin Taylor interviews Nancy Guthrie on facing death as a believer.  This is the subject of a new book she has edited called O Love That Will Not Let Me Go: Facing Death With Courageous Confidence in God.  Here is a list of chapters and their contributors:

Part One: A Reality That Will Not Be Denied

1 Only When You Know How to Die Can You Know How to Live
J. I. Packer

2 Death’s Sting Is Removed but Its Bite Remains
Michael S. Horton

3 He Called Death Sweet Names
John Piper

4 Not of the World
Martyn Lloyd-Jones

5 Is Christ Our Sickness-Bearer?
B. B. Warfield

6 Our Faith Is in God, Not in Healing
Joseph Bayly

Part Two: An Aim That Keeps Me Pressing On

7 Finishing with Few Regrets
Randy Alcorn

8 My Father Taught Me How to Die
R. C. Sproul

9 Spiritual Light Shining from Your Deathbed
Abraham Kuyper

10 A Witness in the Way We Die
John Eaves

11 Sickness: The Soul’s Undressing
Jeremy Taylor

Part Three: A Hope That Saves Me From Despair

12 Rubbing Hope into the Reality of Death
Timothy Keller

13 Hope Is a Glorious Grace
John Owen

14 Directions for a Peaceful Departure
Richard Baxter

15 What More Should God Do to Persuade You to Accept Death Willingly?
Martin Luther

16 Comfort against Fears of the Dying Hour
Thomas Boston

Part Four: A Future That Will Not Disappoint

17 Suffering Hurries the Heart toward Heaven
Joni Eareckson Tada

18 To Despise This Present Life
John Calvin

19 The Day of a Godly Man’s Death
Jonathan Edwards

20 Let Us Say in Dying, “Lord Jesus, Receive My Spirit”
R. L. Dabney

21 Those Who Die Daily Die Easily
Charles Haddon Spurgeon

22 God Reserves the Best for the Last
Richard Sibbes

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