Govett was a brilliant English pastor, born in 1813 and died in 1901.
Govett wrote a hundred years before his time, and the day will come
when his works will be treasured as sifted gold." Charles H.
writings are extensive, of varying quality, and often marked by a high
level of scholarship, a superbly logical approach, extraordinary
originality, and complete faithfulness to biblical revelation.
Much concerned with eschatology (Apocalypse, 1864, and other
works), he held that much of the Book of Revelation is to be
understood literally." R. E. D. Clark, The New
International Dictionary of the Christian Church, J. D. Douglas,
general editor, page 426.
about the author
- Romans 4
- Romans 5
- Romans 6: Connection of
Justification and Sanctification
- Romans 6:6-11: The Believer's
Death and Resurrection with Christ
- Romans 6:12-19: The Exhortation
and The Promise
- Romans 6:14: The Encouragement
- Romans 6:17: Exhortation
Arising out of Past Sinful Life
- Romans 6:18: Show the Same Zeal
for Christ as Once for Satan
- Romans 6:21: Comparison of the
Old Life's Results with the New
- Romans 7:1-13: Deliverance from
- Romans 7:14-25: The Inward
Struggle of the Old Man and the New
- Observations of P. Smith's and
J. N. Darby's Views of Romans 7
- Romans 8:1-17: No Condemnation