THREE MOST IMPORTANT BOOKS
J. C. Philpot
There are three books which, if a man will read and study, he can dispense with most others.
1. The book of Providence–and this he reads to good purpose, when he sees written down line by line the providential dealings of God with him, and a ray of Divine light gilds every line.
2. The Word of God–and this he reads to profit, when the blessed Spirit applies it with power to his soul.
3. The book of his own heart–and this he studies with advantage, when he reads in the new man of grace the blessed dealings of God with his soul– and in the old man of sin and death, enough to fill him with shame and confusion of face, and make him loathe and abhor himself in dust and ashes.