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Heaven Opened: The Riches of God's Covenant (Alleine)

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Soli Deo Gloria Publications


In Heaven Opened, Richard Alleine discusses the nature and blessings of God’s gracious covenant with His people. He outlines in great detail the roles in this covenant of God, Christ, the Spirit, the earth, the angels of light, the powers of darkness, death, and the kingdom. Furthermore, he explains and admires the fruits of the covenant in the believer’s life as it manifests itself in a renewed heart. The book ends with an equally moving exhortation to sinners and saints. See how God graciously opens the vaults of heaven to bless the souls of all those who come to Him in faith.

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  1. God in the Covenant
  2. Christ in the Covenant
  3. The Spirit in the Covenant
  4. The Earth in the Covenant
  5. The Angels of Light in the Covenant
  6. The Powers of Darkness Delivered Over in the Covenant
  7. Death in the Covenant
  8. The Kingdom in the Covenant
  9. All the Means of Salvation in the Covenant
  10. A Heart to Know the Lord
  11. One Heart
  12. A Heart of Flesh
  13. A Heart to Love the Lord
  14. A Heart to Fear the Lord
  15. Obedient in the Covenant
  16. Perseverance in the Covenant
  17. God Speaking from Mount Gerizim, or, the Gospel in a Map, Being a Short View of the Exceedingly Great and Precious Promises
  18. A Soliloquy Representing the Believer’s Triumph in God’s Covenant, and the Various Conflicts and Glorious Conquests of Faith Over Unbelief
  19. An Exhortation to Sinners
  20. An Exhortation to the Saints


“In Heaven Opened, Richard Alleine appeals to God’s covenant of grace to enrich the spiritual lives of God’s people. Do you understand covenant theology? Read Alleine to see how it ought to shape your heart.” — Stephen Myers, associate professor of historical theology, Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids.

About the Author

Richard Alleine (1611-1691) ministered in the city of Batcomb for more than twenty years until he was ejected in 1662 for non-conformity.  After being ejected, he preached in private homes and was fined on several occasions for holding services not sanctioned by the Church of England. As a preacher and pastor, he was greatly respected and very well-known for his pious, practical writings.