Matthew Newcomen (1610–1669) was a puritan minister, and was chosen one of the Westminster divines.
This volume is a compilation of Newcomen’s most rare sermons. The sermons reflect a life dedicated to experiencing and understanding the bible, spiritual truth, and experimental Christianity.
His first sermon, “The All-Seeing Unseen Eye Of God” is a fantastic exhortation to holiness from Hebrews 4:13, “But all things are naked and open unto the eyes of him, with whom we have to do.” It is one of the best puritan sermons in print on this subject. God knows every person who ever was or will be, all their works, all their speeches, and all their thoughts, and such things are always present in the mind of God.
Also included are “The Craft and Cruelty of the Church’s Adversaries,” “Jerusalem’s Watchman,” “Walking Worthy of the Gospel,” and a funeral sermon on Acts 13:36.
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