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 Petitions of the Insincere Unavailing (Psalm 66:18)
Sermon 2: The Absolute Necessity of Salvation Through Christ (Acts 4:12)
Sermon 3: An Inquiry into the Scripture meaning of Charity (Acts 4:12)
Sermon 4: The Trial of Religious Truth by its Moral Influence (Matthew 7:20)
Sermon 5: The Charge of Sedition and Faction Against Good Men, Especially Faithful Ministers, Considered and Accounted for (Acts 17:6)
The Charge: This charge is to the newly ordained minister
The Exhortation: This exhortation is to the people receiving the new minister
Sermon 6: Prayer for National Prosperity and for the Revival of Religion Inseparably Connected (Isaiah 51:9)
Sermon 7: Seasonable Advice to Young Persons (Psalm 1:1)
Sermon 8: Ministerial Fidelity in Declaring the Whole Counsel of God (Acts 20:26, 27)
Sermon 9: Ministerial Character and Duty (2 Corinthians 4:13)
Sermon 10: The Success of the Gospel Entirely of God (1 Corinthians 3:5-7)
John Witherspoon (February 5, 1723 – November 15, 1794) was a Scottish-American Presbyterian minister and a Founding Father of the United States.
“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