Introduction To The Works Of Jonathan Edwards.
Advertisement respecting the First Sermon.
- Sermon I. God glorified in Man's Dependence.
- Sermon II. Sinners in the Hands of an angry God..
Five Sermons. On Different Occasions.
- Sermon I. A Divine and Supernatural Light.
- Sermon II. The Church's Marriage.
- Sermon III. True Saints.
- Sermon IV. God's Awful Judgment.
- Sermon V. True Grace.
Fifteen Sermons. On Various Subjects.
- Sermon I. Manner of Salvation of Souls.
- Sermon II. THE UNREASONABLENESS OF INDETERMINATION IN RELIGION.
- Sermon III. UNBELIEVERS CONTEMN THE GLORY AND EXCELLENCY OF CHRIST.
- Sermon IV. THE FOLLY OF LOOKING BACK IN FLEEING OUT OF SODOM.
- Sermon V. THE FOLLY OF LOOKING BACK IN FLEEING OUT OF SODOM..
- Sermon VI. THE WARNINGS OF SCRIPTURE ARE IN THE BEST MANNER ADAPTED TO THE AWAKENING AND CONVERSION OF SINNERS.
- Sermon VII. HYPOCRITES DEFICIENT IN THE DUTY OF PRAYER.
- Sermon VIII. HYPOCRITES DEFICIENT IN THE DUTY OF PRAYER..
- Sermon IX. THE FUTURE PUNISHMENT OF THE WICKED UNAVOIDABLE AND INTOLERABLE..
- Sermon X. THE FUTURE PUNISHMENT OF THE WICKED UNAVOIDABLE AND INTOLERABLE..
- Sermon XI. THE ETERNITY OF HELL TORMENTS..
- Sermon XII. THE PEACE WHICH CHRIST GIVES HIS TRUE FOLLOWERS..
- Sermon XIII. THE PERPETUITY AND CHANGE OF THE SABBATH..
- Sermon XIV. THE PERPETUITY AND CHANGE OF THE SABBATH..
- Sermon XV. THE PERPETUITY AND CHANGE OF THE SABBATH..
Seven Sermons. On Important Subjects.
- MISCELLANEOUS DISCOURSES. MEN NATURALLY GOD'S ENEMIES.
- SECTION I. In what respects, enemies.
- SECTION II. The degree of natural enmity.
- SECTION III. Why enemies to God.
- SECTION IV. That natural men are unconscious of enmity, answered.
- SECTION V. That they show respect to God, answered.
- SECTION VI. Restraining grace a privilege.
- SECTION VII. Why unwilling to come to Christ.
- SECTION VIII. Mercy, justly withheld.
- SECTION IX. Practical improvement.
THE WISDOM OF GOD DISPLAYED IN THE WAY OF SALVATION. Introduction.
- SECTION I. Wonderful things done.
- SECTION II. God greatly glorified.
- SECTION III. The good attained wonderfully various.
- SECTION IV. Angels benefit by salvation.
- SECTION V. Wonderful glory redounds to God.
- SECTION VI. The manner of obtaining salvation.
- SECTION VII. The overthrow of Satan.
- SECTION VIII. Superiority of this wisdom to that of angels.
- SECTION IX. The subject improved.
- SECTION X. The misery of unbelievers.
- SECTION XI. Exhortation to come to Christ.
- SECTION I. What is intended by divinity, as the object of this knowledge.
- SECTION II. What kind of knowledge in divinity is intended in the doctrine.
- SECTION III. The usefulness and necessity of the knowledge of divine truth.
- SECTION IV. Why all Christians should make a business of endeavouring to grow in the knowledge of divinity.
- SECTION V. An exhortation that all may diligently endeavour to gain christian knowledge.
- SECTION VI. Directions for the acquisition of christian knowledge.
- SECTION I. The words explained.
- SECTION II. Of the obligations of Christians to perform the duty of charity to the poor.
- SECTION III. An exhortation to the duty of charity to the poor.
- SECTION IV. Objections which are sometimes made to the exercises of charity answered.
- SECTION I. The necessity of self-examination.
- SECTION II. Why many living in sin, know it not.
- SECTION III. Directions for self-examination.
- SECTION IV. Examination about the Lord's day, &c.
- SECTION V. Examination about secret sins, &c..
- SECTION VI. Our temper of mind, &c. towards our neighbour.
- SECTION VII. Our charity, &c. towards our neighbour.
- SECTION VIII. Self-examination respecting our families.
- SECTION IX. Awakening considerations.
A WARNING TO PROFESSORS.
- SECTION I. The ordinances of God are holy.
- SECTION II. Ordinances, by whom profaned.
- SECTION III. A call to self-examination.
- SECTION IV. Address to profaners of ordinances.
THE FINAL JUDGMENT.
- SECTION I. God is the supreme judge.
- SECTION II. Publicity of final judgment.
- SECTION III. Jesus will be the judge.
- SECTION IV. Christ's coming, the resurrection, &c..
- SECTION V. All will be done in righteousness.
- SECTION VI. Immediate consequences of judgment.
- SECTION VII. The uses of this doctrine.
SINNERS IN ZION TENDERLY WARNED.
- SECTION I. Who are sinners in Zion.
- SECTION II. How fearfulness will surprise them.
- SECTION V. An earnest exhortation to sinners.
THE END OF THE WICKED CONTEMPLATED BY THE RIGHTEOUS.
- SECTION I. Saints not grieved, &c..
- SECTION II. Why the sufferings of the wicked, &c..
- SECTION III. An objection answered.
- SECTION IV. The ungodly warned.
- SECTION I. How evil of all kinds has prevailed and highly exalted itself in the world.
- SECTION II. How Jesus Christ, in the work of redemption, appears gloriously above all these evils.
- SECTION III. The subject improved and applied.
- SECTION I. Sinners flatter themselves with the hope of impunity.
- SECTION II. Some of the various ways wherein sinners flatter themselves in their own eyes.
- SECTION III. The subject applied.
: OR THE SIN OF THEFT AND INJUSTICE.
- SECTION I. The dishonesty of withholding what is our neighbour's.
- SECTION II. The dishonesty of unjustly taking a neighbour's property.
- SECTION III. Dishonest excuses.
- SECTION IV. The subject appliedâ*”The dishonest warned.
- SECTION V. An exhortation to honesty.
TEMPTATION AND DELIVERANCE.
- SECTION I. Why we should avoid what tends to sin.
- SECTION II. What things lead and expose to sin.
- SECTION III. A serious warning to all, and especially young people.
THE PRECIOUSNESS OF TIME.
- SECTION I. Why time is precious.
- SECTION II. Reflections on time past.
- SECTION III. Who are chiefly deserving of reproof from the subject of the preciousness of time.
- SECTION IV. An exhortation to improve time.
- SECTION V. Advice respecting the improvement of time.
- SECTION I. Needful precautions.
- SECTION II. The precept explained.
- SECTION III. When men act as though they depend on another day.
- SECTION IV. Why we ought not to boast of to-morrow.
- SECTION V. Serious inquiries.
- SECTION VI. How to spend every day.
THE CHRISTIAN PILGRIM.
- SECTION I. That this life ought to be so spent by us.
- SECTION II. Why the Christian's life is a journey, or pilgrimage.
- SECTION III. Instruction afforded by the consideration, that life is a journey, or pilgrimage.
- SECTION IV. An exhortation, so to spend the present life, that it may only be a journey towards heaven.
MAN'S NATURAL BLINDNESS IN RELIGION.
- SECTION I. Introductory observations.
- SECTION II. From men's open profession.
- SECTION III. From men's experience and practice.
- SECTION IV. Practical inferences and applications.
- SECTION V. Address to sinners.
VI. DISTINGUISHING MARKS OF A WORK OF THE SPIRIT OF GOD. Mr. Cooper's Preface.
- SECTION I Negative signs of a spiritual work.
- SECTION II. Positive signs.
- SECTION III. Practical inferences and application.
VII. AN HUMBLE ATTEMPT TO PROMOTE EXPLICIT AGREEMENT.
- Preface by a former English editor.
- Preface by the American editors.
- PART I. The Text opened, and in Account of the Affair proposed.
- PART II. Motives to Compliance with what is proposed.
- PART III. Objections answered.
VIII. LIFE AND DIARY OF THE REV. DAVID BRAINERD.
- PART I. From his birth to the time when he began to study for the ministry.
- PART II. From his beginning to study, till his being examined and licensed to preach.
- PART III. From his being licensed to preach, till he was appointed Missionary to the Indians.
- PART IV. From his appointment, to his entrance on the mission at Kaunaumeek.
- PART V. From his beginning to instruct the Indians, to his ordination.
- PART VI. From his ordination, till he began to preach to the Indians at Crossweeksung, where he had his most remarkable success.
- PART VII. Return from his last journey to Susquehannah in a consumption, whereof he died.
- PART VIII. From his return to Susquehannah, till his death.
MR. BRAINERD'S JOURNAL, IN TWO PARTS.
- PART I. The Rise and Progress of a remarkable Work of grace, &c. From A.D. 1745, June 19 to Nov. 4, at Crossweeksung and Forks of Delaware.
- PART II. From A. D. 1745, Nov. 24, to June 19, 1746, do..
- SECTION I. The doctrine preached to the Indians.
- SECTION II. Morality, sobriety, and external duties promoted by preaching Christ crucified.
- SECTION III. Continuance, renewal, and quickness of the work.
- SECTION IV. But little appearance of false religion.
- SECTION I. His method of learning the Indian language.
- SECTION II. His method of instructing the Indians.
- SECTION III. Difficulties attending the christianizing of the Indians.
- SECTION IV. Second difficulty, To convey divine truths to their understanding, and to gain their assent.
- SECTION V. Third difficulty..
- SECTION VI. Fourth difficulty, The designs of evil-minded persons to hinder the work.
- SECTION VII. Attestations of divine grace displayed among the Indians.
THIRD APPENDIX--Containing his brief account of the endeavours used by the Missionaries of the Society in Scotland, for propagating Christian Knowledge, to introduce the Gospel among the Indians, on the borders of New York. &c. in a Letter to the Rev. Mr. Ebenezer Pemberton.
MR. BRAINERD'S REMAINS.
- I. Letter to his brother John, then a student.
- II. Letter to his brother John, then a student.
- III. Letter to his brother Israel.
- IV. Letter to a special friend.
- V. Letter to a minister of the Gospel.
- VI. Letter to his brother John.
- VII. Letter to Israel.
- VIII. Letter to Israel.
- IX. Letter to a young gentleman, a candidate for the ministry.
- X. Letter to his brother John, at Bethel.
- I. Scheme of a Dialogue in the Godly Soul.
- II. Thoughts of a Soul under Conviction.
- III. Some signs of Godliness. A Sermon preached in Newark at the Ordination of Mr. David Brainerd, by E. Pemberton, A. M.. Reflections and Observations.
IX. MISCELLANEOUS OBSERVATIONS ON IMPORTANT THEOLOGICA.
- PART I. Observations on the Facts & Evidences of Christianity, & the Objections of Infidels.
- PART II. Observations concerning the Mysteries of Scripture.
X. REMARKS ON IMPORTANT THEOLOGICAL CONTROVERSIES.
- CHAPTER I. Of God's Moral Government.
- CHAPTER II. Of Endless Punishment.
- CHAPTER III. Concerning the Divine Decrees.
- CHAPTER IV. Concerning Efficacious Grace.
- CHAPTER V. Of Satisfaction for Sin.
- CHAPTER VI. Concerning Faith.
- CHAPTER VII. Of the Perseverance of Saints.
XI. MISCELLANEOUS OBSERVATIONS.
- I. Angels.
- II. Fall of the Angels.
- III. The Devil.
- IV. Confirmation of the Angels.
- V. Heaven.
XII. TYPES OF THE MESSIAH.
XIII. NOTES ON THE BIBLE.
Pentateuch. Genesis. Exodus. Leviticus to Deuteronomy. Joshua. Judges to 2 Chronicles. Nehemiah-Esther. Job. Psalms. Proverbs to Canticles. Isaiah. Jeremiah. Ezekiel. Daniel. Minor Prophets. Matthew. Mark. Luke. John. Acts. Romans. 1-2 Corinthians. Galatians to 2 Timothy. Hebrews to Revelation.
XIV. SEVENTEEN OCCASIONAL SERMONS.
- SERMON I. Natural Men in a dreadful Condition.
- SERMON II. God makes Men sensible of their Misery before he reveals his Mercy and Love.
- SERMON III. Hope and Comfort usually follow genuine Humiliation and Repentance.
- SERMON IV. God's Sovereignty in the Salvation of Men.
- SERMON V. The Character of Paul an Example t.
- SERMON VI. Christ's Agony.
- SERMON VII. The Portion of the Wicked.
- SERMON VIII. The Portion of the Righteous.
- SERMON IX. The Pure in Heart blessed.
- SERMON X. Praise, one of the chief Employments of Heaven.
- SERMON XI. Wicked Men inconsistent with themselves.
- SERMON XII. Safety, Fullness, and sweet Refreshment, to be found in Christ.
- SERMON XIII. Christians a chosen Generation, a royal Priesthood, a holy Nation, a peculiar People.
- SERMON XIV. Jesus Christ the same yesterday, to-day, and for ever.
- SERMON XV. The true Excellency of a gospel minister.
- SERMON XVI. Christ the Example of ministers.
- SERMON XVII. The Sorrows of the Bereaved spread before Jesus. Indexes. Index of Scripture References.
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