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Ripe for Damnation: Sermons on the Book of Revelation By C. Matthew McMahon & Jonathan Edwards
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Jonathan Edwards (1703–1758) was one of the greatest reformed preachers of the Gospel of Christ. From the book of Revelation Edwards draws six texts, four to teach the plight of the wicked in... More > hell, and two to teach the strengthening and bliss of the saints in heaven: Ripe for Damnation, from Rev. 14:18-19 on God’s vintage winepress of wrath against the wicked. The Dangers of Decline, from Rev. 2:4-5 concerning the saint’s leaving their first love. Cold Nor Hot, from Rev. 3:15 concerning the manner in which wicked men profess to be Christian but live like heathen. Approaching the End of God’s Grand Design, from Rev. 21:6 concerning the God’s plan to glorify himself in the wicked and the just. Serving God in Heaven, from Revelation 22:3 concerning the saint’s service to Christ for eternity. And, The Lamb’s Book of Life, from Rev. 6:15-16 concerning the plight of the wicked before Christ's wrath. This is not a scan or facsimile and has been updated in modern English for easy reading.< Less
Christ Inviting Sinners to Come to Him for Rest By C. Matthew McMahon & Jeremiah Burroughs
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Jeremiah Burroughs (1599-1646), was a brilliant Reformed preacher of the Gospel, and an astute theologian. Every now and again, an old work will be published that is of such great spiritual worth,... More > that it is hard to put into words the incalculable and infinite good that it is to the Christian soul. This book is one of those works. Burroughs expounds Matthew 11:28, “Come unto me all ye that labor, and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.” Christ invites sinners to come to Him for rest. Sinners, in this way, can be either Christians or unbelievers. He shows the burden of sin, the burden of the Law, the burden of legal performances with the misery of those that are under them, the burden of corruption, and the burden of outward affliction. This is a life-transforming work which will enable Christians to inwardly examine themselves as they consider how the Law of God correlates to their abiding in the Lord Jesus, and what steps they must take to come to Christ in a saving and sanctifying manner.< Less
Gospel Music: or the Singing of David’s Psalms By Nathaniel Holmes
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Nathaniel Holmes (or Homes) D.D. (1599–1678), was a Calvinistic puritan divine, and a Reformed Preacher of the Gospel. This famous tract is a demonstration of the nature and necessity of... More > singing the Psalms of David in private (at home) and in corporate worship (with the congregation). Holmes covers six areas that teach the church how to think about Psalm singing: 1) the warrant that we have coming from the word of God to do so; 2) its unquestionable nature through the history of the church; 3) the ancient use of singing; 4) the usefulness of singing the Psalms of David, and 5) the objections of unjust men against psalm singing. He also adds in as an appendix the manner in which the New England churches sang Psalms. This is a very helpful introductory work to aid the Christian to think soberly about how Psalmody is handled in the word of God. This is not a scan or facsimile, and has been updated in modern English for easy reading. It also has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
The Excellency of Holy Courage in Evil Times By Jeremiah Burroughs
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As Christians we must fear God instead of men, and we ought to live a life of holy courage daily. Jeremiah Burroughs takes us on a journey through the doctrines that he lifts from Hebrews 11:27 in... More > dealing with Moses forsaking Egypt. He teaches us that wicked men (especially when they have power) are very fierce and outrageous in their wrath when anything crosses them. And then secondly, true faith will keep a gracious heart from immoderate fear of men in the world, regardless of how great they are, or how much power they think they have. God is on the side of His people, and He will be with them. It is a masterful treatise that applies to every Christian in every age. Christians should have godly faith which exemplifies HOLY COURAGE glorifying the LORD JESUS CHRIST in the sight of all men.< Less
The Pride, Fall and Restitution of King Nebuchadnezzar By Henry Smith
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Henry Smith (ca. 1550–1591) was an English clergyman, widely regarded as "the most popular Puritan preacher of Elizabethan London." His sermons at St. Clement Danes drew enormous... More > crowds, and earned him a reputation as the "Silver Tongued Preacher". In this work Henry Smith explains Daniel 4:29-34 concerning the life and actions of king Nebuchadnezzar. Though this work is insightful into the manner of kings and magistrates, it is also extremely helpful on the sin of pride, which every Christian struggles to overcome. Nebuchadnezzar boasts, and demonstrates his pride over the "city he built" and then is brought low like a beast until God graciously delivers him. His deliverance is marked with looking up to heaven while spending time in the wilderness among the animals as a beast, and acknowledges that God is the one true Most high above all men. This is a classic work that will humble the Christian. This is not a scan or facsimile, and contains an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
The Pride, Fall and Restitution of King Nebuchadnezzar By Henry Smith
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Henry Smith (ca. 1550–1591) was an English clergyman, widely regarded as "the most popular Puritan preacher of Elizabethan London." His sermons at St. Clement Danes drew enormous... More > crowds, and earned him a reputation as the "Silver Tongued Preacher". In this work Henry Smith explains Daniel 4:29-34 concerning the life and actions of king Nebuchadnezzar. Though this work is insightful into the manner of kings and magistrates, it is also extremely helpful on the sin of pride, which every Christian struggles to overcome. Nebuchadnezzar boasts, and demonstrates his pride over the "city he built" and then is brought low like a beast until God graciously delivers him. His deliverance is marked with looking up to heaven while spending time in the wilderness among the animals as a beast, and acknowledges that God is the one true Most high above all men. This is a classic work that will humble the Christian. This is not a scan or facsimile, and contains an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
The Christian's Duty to Forsake All for Jesus Christ By C. Matthew McMahon & Thomas Mockett
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Thomas Mockett (or Mocket) (1602-1670), was a puritan theologian and scholarly Reformed preacher of the Gospel. What does it mean to be a Christian who has forsaken the world for Jesus Christ? From... More > various texts in Matthew 13 concerning the Kingdom of God and the incomparable excellency of Jesus Christ, Mockett teaches that every Christian should, and the wise Christian will, willingly part with all for Christ and the grace of the Gospel. He shows what it means to “part with all for Jesus Christ”, and what Christians “are to part with” for Jesus Christ. Anyone who does not forsake the world cannot be a disciple of Christ. This teaching is of utmost importance to the contemporary church, especially in today’s intolerant culture where status, goods and relations are often more important than the Gospel of grace, or the God of all grace, Jesus Christ. This is not a scan or facsimile, has been updated in modern English for easy reading and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
The Christian's Duty to Forsake All for Jesus Christ By C. Matthew McMahon & Thomas Mockett
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Thomas Mockett (or Mocket) (1602-1670), was a puritan theologian and scholarly Reformed preacher of the Gospel. What does it mean to be a Christian who has forsaken the world for Jesus Christ? From... More > various texts in Matthew 13 concerning the Kingdom of God and the incomparable excellency of Jesus Christ, Mockett teaches that every Christian should, and the wise Christian will, willingly part with all for Christ and the grace of the Gospel. He shows what it means to “part with all for Jesus Christ”, and what Christians “are to part with” for Jesus Christ. Anyone who does not forsake the world cannot be a disciple of Christ. This teaching is of utmost importance to the contemporary church, especially in today’s intolerant culture where status, goods and relations are often more important than the Gospel of grace, or the God of all grace, Jesus Christ. This is not a scan or facsimile, has been updated in modern English for easy reading and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
Instructions for the Art of Divine Meditation By Thomas White
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Thomas White (d. 1672) was a Calvinistic Presbyterian divine and Reformed preacher of the Gospel. Edmund Calamy said, it is "one of the best books we have on the subject." White uses... More > Psalm 1:2 as his primary text, "...and on his law doth he meditate day and night." He gives an explanation of the words together with some short observations, and shows the nature, kinds, and differences of solemn, divine meditation. He clearly demonstrates that meditation is a duty, and then lays out directions, rules and preparations for mediation. He then gives the reader forty-six meditations to read, and then discusses rules given for meditating on scriptural passages. He ends the work with seven meditations on key doctrinal subjects like the mercies of God, sin, death, and the excellencies of Christ. This is not a scan or facsimile, has been updated in modern English for easy reading and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.< Less
How Faith Works: Rescuing the Biblical Gospel from Contemporary Evangelicalism By C. Matthew McMahon
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What is the Biblical Gospel? Are you content to call yourself an “Evangelical?” Is the Evangelical Gospel the same Gospel of the Protestant Reformation? Is an Evangelical today the same... More > as an evangelical during the time of Luther, Calvin or the Puritans? If the magisterial Reformers suddenly walked into your church today, would they be pleased with the Gospel that is being preached from its pulpit? These questions are not insignificant. It is of eternal importance to have a sound view of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the teachings of the Bible. Today evangelicalism is equated with Arminianism. But Arminianism is not the Gospel no matter what form it comes in. So asking, “What does it mean to believe the Gospel?” is of grave importance. How is a person saved by the work of Jesus Christ? How does true “Gospel Faith” actually work? Does it “work” at all? This book exists to correct some of those views and explain the basics of true biblical and Reformed Theology.< Less

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