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If I then, your Lord and Master, have washed your feet; ye also ought to wash one another’s feet – John 13:14

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Thomas Boston (1676-1732) was a remarkable Scottish theologian and pastor. This little book is a pastoral masterpiece, in which Boston reflects on the words of Ecclesiastes 7:13, ‘Consider the work of God: for who can make that straight which he hath made crooked?’

By ‘lot’, Boston means our ‘lot in life’, the shape of our lives as they are styled by God’s many providences. By ‘crook’, he means those unforeseen troubles that afflict, unsettle, or disturb us in any way.

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