“From the text, Matthew 26:41, Owen considers three topics educed from it: (1) temptation, (2) the means by which it prevails, and (3) the way of preventing it. Most of the treatise is occupied with the last topic—the means of prevention. It is subdivided into inquiries—as to the evidence by which a man may know that he has entered into temptation, the directions requisite to prevent entering into it, and the seasons when temptation may be apprehended. The discussion of this last inquiry merges very much into an illustration of the Christian duty of watchfulness, and the treatise is closed by a general exhortation to this duty. Slight defects in the arrangement, the renewed discussion of a point after it had been quitted, and the disproportionate space accorded to some parts of the subject, are explained, perhaps by the circumstance that the treatise was originally a series of discourses.” —from the Prefatory Note
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