The Works of John Witherspoon, Volume 3

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The richness of John Witherspoon’s ministry of the Word of God can be enjoyed even today through the legacy of the sermons preserved for us and presented again to the public.

 

Table of Contents:

Sermon 1: The Object of a Christian’s Desire in Religious Worship (Exodus 33:18)

Sermon 2: The Glory of Christ in His Humiliation (Isaiah 63:1)

Sermon 3: The Deceitfulness of Sin (Hebrews 3:13)

Sermon 4: The Believer Going to God as His Exceeding Joy (Psalm 43:4)

Sermon 5: The Christian’s Disposition Under a Sense of Mercies Received (Psalm 116:7)

Sermon 6: A View of the Glory of God Humbling to the Soul (Job 42:5, 6)

Sermon 7: Man in His Natural State (Revelation 3:17)

Sermon 8: An Inducement to Come to Christ (Revelation 3:17)

Sermon 9: Trust in God (Isaiah 50:10)

Sermon 10: Trust in God (Isaiah 50:10)

Sermon 11: On the Purity of the Heart (Proverbs 30:7-9)

Sermon 12: Seeking a Competency in the Wisdom of Providence (Proverbs 30:8)

Sermon 13: The Danger of Prosperity (Proverbs 30:9)

Sermon 14: The Danger of Adversity (Proverbs 30:9)

Sermon 15: On the Religious Education of Children (Mark 10:13-16)

Sermon 16: Devotedness to God (Psalm 116:16)

Sermon 17: The Righteous Scarcely Saved, and the Wicked Certainly Destroyed (1 Peter 4:18)

Sermon 18: The Yoke of Christ (Matthew 11:30)

Sermon 19: The Glory of the Redeemer in the Perpetuity of His Work (Psalm 72:17)

 

Author

John Witherspoon (February 5, 1723 – November 15, 1794) was a Scottish-American Presbyterian minister and a Founding Father of the United States.

 

Endorsement

“Witherspoon’s sermons were distinguished for their judicious and perspicuous divisions – for mingling profound remarks on human life, along with the illustration of divine truth – and for the lucid order that reigned through the whole. In his discourses, he loved to dwell chiefly on the great doctrines of divine grace, and on the distinguishing truths of the gospel.” – John Rodgers