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89561: Grace: God's Unmerited Favor Grace
By C.H. Spurgeon

In these classic sermons on Grace, Charles Spurgeon reveals the provisions God has made for His children, including unconditional love, everlasting life, a sense of belonging, purpose for living, spiritual guidance, pardon for sin, and unshakable faith.

636104: Spurgeon's Sermons on the Death and Resurrection of Jesus Spurgeon's Sermons on the Death and Resurrection of Jesus
By C.H. Spurgeon

Spurgeon's Sermons on the Death and Resurrection of Jesus includes forty-eight sermons that together explore every event of Holy Week including the Last Supper, Jesus' Passion and Death and His glorious resurrection. This collection of Spurgeon's sermons will guide you through the season of Lent and inspire as well as encourage you throughout the year.

560549: Spurgeon's Sermons on Jesus and the Holy Spirit Spurgeon's Sermons on Jesus and the Holy Spirit
By C.H. Spurgeon

When these sermons were first delivered, the pulpits of Victorian London shook with Spurgeon's Christ-centered passion and power! Featuring 48 messages on Christmas, Christ's love, the second coming, and the Holy Spirit, this collection is an ideal introduction to the keen intellect, scriptural truth, zeal, insight, and gifted exposition of the Prince of Preachers.

1516114: Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit Volume 38 Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit
By Charles Spurgeon

Leading these fifty-two sermons (exactly half from the Old Testament) are the last which C. H. Spurgeon personally prepared for the press before his death at the age of fifty-seven on January 31, 1892. His last letters, printed with the sermons, give them special poignancy. From the best unpublished sermons of the closing years of Spurgeon's life, J. W. Harrald (his faithful assistant) put the rest of this volume together.

33040: Spurgeon's Sermon Notes - 1 Volume Spurgeon's Sermon Notes
By C.H. Spurgeon

These 250 sermon outlines from the Prince of Preachers are lean and concise, yet rich with Spurgeon's characteristic eloquence. They are arranged by Scripture from Genesis to Revelation with main points and subpoints clearly outlined. Also features scores of anecdotes, commentary notes, and illustrations.

8415X: Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God
By Jonathan Edwards

Heaven or Hell? Christ has thrown the door of mercy wide open, and He stands crying out to all to accept His call. Jonathan Edwards presents a clear picture of the predicament of every sinner and lukewarm Christian. Through his words, you can discover much about what it means to follow God. With compelling words and imagery, Edwards describes the shaky position of those who do not follow Christ and God's urgent call to receive His love and forgiveness today.

1513514: Charity & Its Fruits Charity & Its Fruits
By Jonathan Edwards

Sermons on 1 Corinthians 13 which give a rich insight into Edwards' regular pulpit ministry. The concluding chapter is on heaven as a world of love.

09496: Jonathan Edwards: His Greatest Sermons, Sinners in the  Hands of an Angry God and 11 More Classic Messages Jonathan Edwards
By Jonathan Edwards

For more than two centuries, Jonathan Edwards' messages have brought conversion, hope and spiritual awakening to the generations. Updated and revised, these classic sermons will bring a fresh awakening to today's generations seeking God.

581585: The Puritan Pulpit: Jonathan Edwards The Puritan Pulpit: Jonathan Edwards
By Jonathan Edwards

When Jonathan Edwards died in 1758, he left nearly 1100 sermon manuscripts behind in addition to his other writings. In this volume are 16 sermons, 14 of which are here presented for the first time ever in print form.

581615: The Puritan Pulpit: Thomas Watson (c. 1620-1686) The Puritan Pulpit: Thomas Watson
By Thomas Watson

Thomas Watson was one of the premier English Puritan preachers. His sermons are pastoral and easy to understand, rich with illustration and bounding in application. Here are 10 sermons that can be found in no other work of Watson's in print today.

1510663: Sermons to the Nation: Works of John Owen- Volume VIII Sermons to the Nation: Works of John Owen- Volume VIII
By John Owen

This volume contains 16 sermons, all published during Owen's lifetime. While they are eminently bibical in character and bristling with scriptural reference, they are at the same time of historical importance.

1510655: Sermons to the Church: Works of John Owen- Volume IX Sermons to the Church: Works of John Owen- Volume IX
By John Owen

This volume contains 83 sermons, including 14 which resolve 'Practical Cases of Conscience' and 25 intended as preparation for the Lord's Table. The remainder are on such subjects as 'Gospel Charity', 'Christ's Pastoral Care', 'The Duty of a Pastor', and 'The Excellancy of Christ'.

0351X: Sermons I, Works of Luther #51 Sermons I, Works of Luther #51
By Martin Luther

This volume contains a selection of forty-three sermons arranged in chronological order. Beginning with what may be Luther's earliest extant sermon and ending with the last he delivered before his death, this collection of sermons can give the reader a glimpse into the Reformer's development as a preacher. The power of the gospel, if it was to accomplish its task of creating and sustaining faith, had to be proclaimed with simplicity and directness. Luther's preaching is characterized by its concentration upon the gospel as well as the listeners.

0352X: Sermons II, Works of Luther #52 Sermons II, Works of Luther #52
By Martin Luther

This volume includes selections from the Christmas Postil, specifically sermons on the gospel lessons for Christmas Eve, the Early Christmas Service, the Main Christmas Service, St. Stephen's Day, the Sunday after Christmas, New Year's Day, and the Festival of the Epiphany.

44457X: Grace and its Fruits Grace and its Fruits
By John Calvin

As relevant today as they were when they were first preached to a congregation of French refugees in Geneva, these selections from Calvin's ministry on the Pastoral Epistles come from a heart aflame with devotion to God and love for the people of God. Their theme is the grace of God revealed in Jesus Christ and applied to God's children by the Holy Spirit.

8956: Sermons on Ephesians Sermons on Ephesians
By John Calvin

This is the first publication of an entire series of Calvin's sermons in the present century. Calvin's Ephesian Sermons, preached on Sundays in 1558-59, were first printed in French in 1562, then in English in 1577. Calvin was a preacher in a very real and authentic way. Because he was the first great modern preacher this material is basic to the history of preaching.

519342: Sermons on the Beatitudes Sermons on the Beatitudes
By John Calvin

This collection of recently translated material contains five sermons from Calvin on the Beatitudes.

346751: Seeking the Face of God: Nine Reflections on the Psalms Seeking the Face of God
By Martyn Lloyd-Jones

In this book, Martyn Lloyd Jones unpacks nine passages from the Psalms and weaves them together with the everyday life of the world in which we live. His reflection are practical, powerful, and profound. For those just beginning to study the Psalms as well as those who know them well and wish to consider them from a new angle, this collection of sermons from one of the greatest preachers of the twentieth century will move your mind to greater understanding and your heart to deeper worship.

519083: The All-Sufficient God: Sermons on Isaiah 40 The All-Sufficient God
By D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones

These mighty sermons from Isaiah chapter 40 will help you know our God as He really is. They show that the God of the Bible is not only the great Creator and Judge but the Father of mercies and the God of all comfort who meets us at the point of our deepest need. This all-sufficient God has already met and answered all our problems, doubts, and difficulties, in the gospel of His Son, Jesus Christ.

53825: The Cross The Cross
By Martyn Lloyd-Jones

These time-tested sermons about the redemptive act of Christ's crucifixion, from one of this century's greatest preachers, combine deep theological insight with a warm, personal devotion to Jesus Christ. Lloyd-Jones's classic expository style will encourage clergy, exhort believers, and challenge new Christians.

56484: The Kingdom of God The Kingdom of God
By Martyn Lloyd-Jones

Jesus proclaimed the good news of the kingdom of God---yet nothing that He said has been more misunderstood. Was he simply a moral teacher, helping people get along better? Or was he a revolutionary, preaching a fiery message of political conflict? In these 12 sermons, Lloyd-Jones shows from Scripture that the message of the kingdom of God is far more radical: it is Jesus himself, His cross, and His resurrection.

5097472: Tozer Speaks to Students Tozer Speaks to Students
By A.W. Tozer

This volume consists of never-before-published chapel messages and sermons preached during 1952 and 1954 at Wheaton College. Tozer's messages are just as timely today as they were a generation ago. It is my prayer that he will speak to you with the same life-changing power that he spoke to his generation.

3906: Jesus, Our Man in Glory Jesus, Our Man in Glory
By A.W. Tozer

This book is the first of two volumes compiled from a series of 40 sermons on Hebrews that Tozer preached shortly before his death in 1963. These 12 chapters are a thorough examination and exploration of the Scriptures as the revealed and inspired Word of God.

4066: Jesus, Author of Our Faith Jesus, Author of Our Faith
By A.W. Tozer

Tozer was known for his dynamic sermons and profound insights. Experience his wisdom for yourself as you read these 12 messages drawn from the Letter to the Hebrews. Tozer's thoughts on faith will encourage both young and mature believers.

5992: Who Put Jesus on the Cross? Who Put Jesus on the Cross?
By A.W. Tozer

A. W Tozer's words are being heard and read by millions today. The chapters of this book were originally some of the sermons Tozer's congregations listened to so eagerly. What once made good preaching now makes good reading.

7760380: The Christian Race & Other Sermons The Christian Race & Other Sermons
By J.C. Ryle

This collection of Ryle's sermons were written to be preached, and accordingly, their form is unlike a typical Ryle essay. While style and composition may be wanting, these sermons make clear Ryle's own axiom: "If you want to heat a church, put a stove in the pulpit."

37404: The Bruised Reed The Bruised Reed
By Richard Sibbes

Richard Sibbes (1577-1635), one of the most influential figures in the Puritan movement during the earlier years of the seventeenth century, was renowned for the rich quality of his ministry. This collection of sermons shows why he was known among his contemporaries as the "sweet dropper."

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