Another quality eBook from Chapel Library! Jonathan Edwards gives a thorough exposition of biblical love as found in 1 Corinthians 13. One of Edward's best known works, it was preached as a series of... More > moving sermons in 1738 from the pulpit of his "Church at Northampton," Connecticut. It reveals Edward's insistence that Christian experience is highly supernatural and also inevitably practical at the same time.< Less
Another quality eBook from Chapel Library! This is the complete last chapter of Edward’s classic work, Charity and Its Fruits, an exposition of 1 Corinthians chapter 13. Here Jonathan Edwards... More > (1703-1758) explains the beauty of "charity," or Christian love, as it will be expressed in the world to come. Heaven will be a world of love!
God's love will fill us with love for Him and for His people, who will then be lovely in holiness and glory. The mutual love between God and His people, and each one of His people with each other, will be perfect and full. The glory of heaven will not be a little glittering gold but rather a community of saints given to loving God and each other in holy perfection!< Less
Another quality eBook from Chapel Library! This outstanding sermon was preached by Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758) at perhaps the hardest point in his ministry--his removal from the pastorate at... More > Northampton. Instead of focusing on how his rejection came about, he lays before his hearers a most solemn charge concerning how the pastor and church members must relate to one another, both while here in this world and at the Day of Judgment. Pastors and church members everywhere will find this book challenging and very instructive.< Less
Another quality eBook from Chapel Library about the sobering doctrine of hell; articles include:
The Greatest Loss, J. C. Ryle (1816-1900): the eternal loss of the never dying soul.
What Is Hell? by... More > Edward Donnelly: a survey of hell, the evil host, and the damned.
Eternal Torment for the Wicked: Unavoidable and Intolerable, by Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758).
The Resurrection of Damnation, Samuel Davies (1723-1761): Christ’s glory as He pronounces His sentence on sinners.
The Torments of Loss, Thomas Boston (1676-1732): what those in hell lose for eternity.
The Torments of Soul, Edward Payson (1783-1827): the misery of the damned soul.
The Torments of Sense, Thomas Boston (1676-1732): what unrepentant sinners will suffer forever.
Exhortation to Escape Hell, Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758): flee from eternal destruction to pardoning grace.
Christ Has the Keys of Hell and of Death, Charles H. Spurgeon (1834-1892): Jesus Christ rules over heaven and hell.< Less