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- JONATHAN EDWARDS 3 PACK
JONATHAN EDWARDS 3 PACK
Grace and Truth
When Jonathan Edwards died in 1758 he left behind nearly 1100 sermon manuscripts. Many of those are housed at the Beinecke Rare Book Room at Yale University. The two-volume edition with which most people are familiar contains only sixty-six of those sermons.
Here are fifteen sermons by this great New England preacher, thirteen of which have never been published before. His sermon on John 3:16 is a masterpiece. Drink deeply from this Puritan’s well.
Wrath Against the Day of Wrath
Jonathan Edwards is known as a ‘‘hellfire and brimstone’’ preacher. Actually, his favorite theme was the beauty and excellency of Jesus Christ. In fact, only about 41 of his 1100 sermons were about hell and judgment. Here are 16 of those sermons, most have never been published before. This material was made available in 2018 as an ebook. It is finally available in a printed edition.
Every revival of note has had two common themes preached from the pulpit—justification by faith alone and God’s pending punishment for the impenitent. If we are to see revival in our day, those themes need to be brought to the forefront once again. May it please the Lord to use these rare sermons by this great Puritan preacher to spark the flames of revival among us.
Jonathan Edwards, Evangelist, by John Gerstner
In my opinion, this is the finest treatment of the Puritan doctrine of "seeking salvation" or "preparation for salvation." Edwards did not originate this teaching, but he was a strong and capable advocate of it. Most of the English Puritans taught it, as did Edwards' grandfather, the great Solomon Stoddard, whose book "A Guide To Christ" was called by Dr. Gerstner "a classic."
This teaching was once the heart of Reformed evangelism, but it is largely unknown today, even in Reformed circles. You can find it in Thomas Watson's "Heaven Taken by Storm." Edwards' most well-known sermon on this topic is "Pressing Into the Kingdom."