Here is the remastered version of a series I narrated 5 1/2 years ago. I boosted the audio, so it can be heard clearly.
Sometimes, in our walk, we find ourselves feeling as if God has abandoned us. Rev. Symonds shows us that this isn't always the case. This portion covers the Forward, Author's Preface, and the first 16 chapters.
FOREWORD AUTHOR'S PREFACE CHAPTER ONE Sometimes the godly suffer desertion. CHAPTER TWO In what sense the godly are said to be deserted. CHAPTER THREE Four other considerations about desertions. CHAPTER FOUR The withholding of God's assisting grace. CHAPTER FIVE A man may be deserted and not know it. CHAPTER SIX When a man is deserted, his spiritual activity decreases. CHAPTER SEVEN When a man is deserted, the light of his mind is darkened by obscurity. CHAPTER EIGHT When a man is deserted, the light of his mind is darkened by inefficacy. CHAPTER NINE When a man is deserted, the light of his mind is more vain and vacuous. CHAPTER TEN When a man is deserted, the light of his mind is darkened by incredulity. CHAPTER ELEVEN When a man is deserted, his affections are diminished. CHAPTER TWELVE When a man is deserted, there is an increase of sin. CHAPTER THIRTEEN When a man is deserted, his means of grace suffers. CHAPTER FOURTEEN One purpose of desertion is to instruct us concerning the sinfulness and weakness of our nature, and the freeness and necessity of God's grace. CHAPTER FIFTEEN Desertions are also meant to correct us for our pride and carelessness. CHAPTER SIXTEEN Grieving the Spirit with dishonor often causes desertion.
Symonds, Joseph. The Case and Cure of a Deserted Soul . Digital Puritan Press. Kindle Edition. Narrated By Duane Linn