What is the most well-known book written by Jonathan Edwards? You might be surprised to know some feel this book The Life and Diary of David Brainerd is one of Edward’s most influential contributions. Without Edward’s efforts, we may have been deprived of knowing this amazing young missionary to the American Indians, who suffered greatly, yet God used in incalculable ways. Through Brainerd’s trials and discouragements, God created in Brainerd a deep abiding faith in Christ that still inspires the most mature of Christians. I highly recommend this book for both laypersons and pastors who desire to be challenged in what true, genuine, and humble Christ-dependency looks like in the soul of one who endured unceasing physical suffering. You can find this book on sale here.
Any additional comments from those, like me, who have read this book and have never been same since?