"What the heart liketh best, is a fresh roast that warms the chest."
Being indwelt by the Holy Spirit brings spiritual comfort and peace to a believer. Being able to have a sip of Sibbes in the morning will Calvinate you for the day ahead. This distinctive blend of African and Central American coffees promises to help you persevere to be the means whereby God accomplishes His eternal decree.
Richard Sibbes 157- 1635, was one of the earlier Puritans along with William Perkins who some have called main-line" Puritans. Unlike many later Puritans, Sibbes never left the Church of England and he remained in good standing with the church until his death A well known and prominent Puritan, some of Sibbes most widely read works are The Bruised Reed and Smoking Flax' published in 1631 which is an exegesis of Isaiah 42:3 and is still very popular today. He also Wrote "The Soules Conflict" published in 1635 and "The Saint's Cordial published in 1629.