Unless You Repent (Edwards)

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Soli Deo Gloria Publications

This volume contains fifteen sermons on the judgment awaiting the impenitent. Edwards spoke of divine judgment because of his desire to see many come to Christ and be spared from God’s wrath. We know of no more solemn volume ever published than this.


Table of Contents:

  1. ‘Tis Unreasonable to Think that God Will Take no Care to Punish the Wickedness That There Is in the World
  2. Vengeance for Sin Properly Belongs to God
  3. It Is One Design That God Has Upon His Heart to Show How Terrible His Wrath Is
  4. God Has Sworn That He Will Be Revenged on Wicked Men
  5. Wicked Men Answer the End of Their Beings in No Other Way But in Their Suffering
  6. All Wicked Men Shall Go to Hell
  7. The Punishment and Misery of Wicked Men in Another World Will Be in Proportion to Sin that They Are Guilty of
  8. The Wicked Hereafter Will Be Cast into a Furnace of Fire
  9. The Bodies of Wicked Men, as Well as Their Souls, Will be Punished Forever in Hell
  10. The Torments of Hell are Exceedingly Great
  11. The Torments of Hell Will Be Eternal
  12. Wicked Men in hell Will Remember How Things Were With Them Here in this World
  13. Wicked Men Will Hereafter Have This to Aggravate Their Woe, that They Shall see Many of All Kinds and Nations Admitted into Glory, While They Themselves are Thrust Out
  14. The Wicked in Hell Will Be Sensible What a Happy State the Saints are in Heaven
  15. When God’s Time Comes to Take Vengeance on His Enemies, He Will Not Meet Them as a Man



Jonathan Edwards (1703–1758) served the Northampton Congregational Church in Massachusetts for twenty-three years, then missionary outpost to the Mohawk and Mohican tribes. In 1758, he became president of the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University). Edwards "is widely acknowledged to be America's most important and original philosophical theologian," and one of America's greatest intellectuals.