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Studying in a monastery.
Lying in prison.
Serving as a soilder in the Parliamentary army.
Living in a cave as a hermit.
His righteousness and his sins.
His neighbours and his family.
His possessions and his house.
His strengths and his weaknesses.
He wanted to set out on an adventure and see the world.
He was fed up with them and did not love them anymore.
He received a call to become a missionary and a preacher.
He had a burden on his back that he wanted to get rid of.
His work and money.
Friends and comforts.
The moment he decides to leave the City of Destruction.
As he passes near Mount Sinai.
When he beholds the cross.
Immediately after he enters the gates of the Celestial City.
He was attacked by Apollyon.
He stopped because of two lions that were guarding the road.
He met Timorous and Mistrust running back the wrong way.
He slept and lost his roll.
They had discovered that the Celestial City did not exist.
The further they went, the more danger they met with.
Apollyon had convinced them to return back.
They had no map and so had lost their way.
In the Valley of the Shadow of Death.
In the Valley of Humiliation.
Doubting Castle and Giant Despair.
The Hill Lucre and Demas.
A cave where two giants, Pope and Pagan, dwelt.
A door on the side of the a hill called a by-way to Hell.
He was returning to the City of Destruction because he did not find the Celestial City.
He was more attractive when seen from at a distance than from near.
He only talked about spiritual matters.
He had a personal knowledge of the work of God’s grace in his own soul.
He loves the world more than he loves holiness.
His faith was real but it was still very weak.
He talks about religion without practicing it.
He owned religion when it was wearing silver slippers and not when it was clothed in rags. And stood by it when it was applauded and not when it was in irons.
Ignore him completely and after a while he will get frustrated and leave.
Listen to all that he says and every time refute all his arguments showing him that he is wrong in all that he says.
Tell him bluntly that he is a liar and a hypocrite and is on his way to Hell, then pray for him.
Enter into some serious discourse about the power of religion and whether this is present in his heart, house or everyday living.
The road to the Celestial City passed right through the town.
Out of curiosity. They wanted to see what was in the town and fair.
They had a mission to preach to the people of the town.
They had left the King’s Highway and chose an easier path which then led them there.
The pilgrims were clothed differently than the people of the fair.
The people at the fair could not understand the pilgrims’ speech.
The people of the fair had a burden on their backs while the pilgrims had none.
The pilgrims were not interested in the goods that were being sold at the fair.
Beelzebub, Apollyon, and Legion.
Flatterer, Atheist, and Diffidence.
Money-Love, Save-All and Hold-the-World.
Envy, Superstition, and Pickthank.
He used a key named promise to escape.
A host of angels, on a chariot, were sent to deliver him.
Evangelist returns and helps him again.
God, who overrules all things, brought it about.
He was sent by the people of Vanity Fair to capture Christian and bring him back.
He was impressed by the words and behaviour of Christian and Faithful in their suffering.
He too had a burden and wanted to be rid of it.
The pilgrims had spoken to him before they were tried and convinced him to join them.
Ignorance - He was not willing to learn anything from anyone.
Little-Faith – he was controlled by doubts and fears.
By-Ends – he was religious only when it was convenient.
Demas – he loved the riches of the world more than he loved God.
By-Ends and his companions slowed their pace and staggered behind.
Christian and Hopeful quickened their pace and started running.
By-Ends and his companions stopped to rest at the arbour.
The pilgrims took a different road that that which By-Ends and his companions took.
It is filled with many snares and pits into which pilgrims easily fall.
It is the dwelling place of various fiends who continuously shoot their arrows at the pilgrims.
It’s air naturally tended to make one drowsy, and if one sleeps, he will never awake again.
It holds a treasure that hinders in their pilgrimage those pilgrims who seek it out.
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