"There is a happy union of sound doctrine, heart-searchingexperience and practical wisdom throughout all his works." -CharlesSpurgeon
Thomas Watson, vicar at St. Stephen's Walbrook, wasone of England's most popular preachers of the mid 17th Century-despitebeing imprisoned for a year for his refusal to conform toecclesiastical pressures of his day. Watson left behind a legacy ofwritings-including The Art of Divine Contentment, The Body of Divinity, and The Happiness of Drawing Near to God-thathave influenced both theologians and common people for centuries. NowPatti Hummel has pulled together a year of readings from the man builtaround his favorite theme that "man's chief aim is to glorify God andenjoy him forever."