Christians today are woefully ignorant of the most essential doctrines, particularly those dealing with the Person and work of Christ, justification, sanctification, and what it means to be saved from sin. In this book, out of print since 1886, the great Scottish preacher John Colquhoun deals specifically with those grand themes. Here are sermons on Christ as a servant, Christ as our substitute, Christ as our righteousness, and how we are brought into union with Him. These matters are never out of date or style and we can never have enough instruction on such important topics.
John Colquhoun (1748–1827) was a minister in the Church of Scotland whose sermons and writings reflect those of the Marrow brethren of the Secession church. Colquhoun’s writings are theologically astute and intensely practical. He wrote on the core doctrines of the gospel, particularly on experiential soteriology.