Reformation Press – 2017. lfpb. 77pp.
Aged only 35, John Gordon must come to terms with a terminal illness and a burden of guilt. This is the powerful account of a man with a troubled conscience being counselled in the face of death. In these conversations, Samuel Rutherford lovingly and faithfully administers the conviction and consolation the young nobleman needs. True peace and assurance are carefully distinguished from false hope.