Thomas Watson

Thomas Watson Thomas Watson was one of the non-conformists of the 1600s. He was educated at Emanuel College, Cambridge, and in 1646 was appointed to preach at St. Stephen's, Walbrook. He acquired fame as a preacher, but in 1662 was ejected at the Restoration. He continued, however, to exercise his ministry privately. In 1672 after the declaration of indulgence he obtained a license for Crosby Hall, where he preached for several years until his retirement to Barnston upon the failure of his health.

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The Lord's Prayer

By: Thomas Watson

The Second Petition in the Lord's Prayer: —Thy Kingdom Come—Matthew 6:10

Volume 14, Number 43 (10/21/2012, to 10/27/2012)

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The Lord's Prayer

By: Thomas Watson

The Sixth Petition in the Lord's Prayer—'And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.' Matt 6: 13.

Volume 14, Number 47 (11/18/2012, to 11/24/2012)

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The Lord's Prayer

By: Thomas Watson

The Fifth Petition in the Lord's Prayer—'And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors.' Matt 6: 12.

Volume 14, Number 46 (11/11/2012, to 11/17/2012)

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