The Marvelous Providences of God in the Conversion of Sinners

From John Flavel’s The Mystery of Providence (Works, IV:377-82) Now there be divers things in those providences, that are versant about this work, which are exceeding sweet and taking: As, [...]

A Welcome to the Plague?

In 1666 (it has been referred to as ‘that apocalyptical year 1666′) plague ravaged England. In London, 60,000 people–that’s one out of every five–died from this [...]

Obedience Flows out of Union with Christ

A brief quote from Dr. Michael Horton’s What’s Wrong and Right About the Imitation of Christ “Doing what Jesus did is different from bearing the fruit of Christ’s righteous life. In fact, [...]

Christ and His Brethren

From John Owen’s Commentary on Hebrews 3:15-19 This is a ground of unspeakable consolation unto believers, with supportment in every condition. No unworthiness in them, no misery upon them, [...]

Gems from Richard Sibbes

A few gems from the Meditations of Richard Sibbes. God bears not in vain the name of a Father; He fills it up to the full. It is a name of indulgence, of hope, of provision, —a name of [...]

The New Covenant and the Spread of the Gospel

From Owen, Vol 10 Continued: 2. A second thing to be considered is, the economy or administration of the new covenant in the times of the gospel, with the amplitude and enlargement of the kingdom [...]

William Perkins’ A Golden Chaine

Submitted by Prof. Renihan Many will know William Perkins’ (1558-1602) name–some will know of his fame. He was one of the great English Puritans, preaching in Cambridge and teaching a [...]

God Loves His Elect

Submitted by Prof. Renihan Years ago I endured (I don’t know a better verb to use) a discourse (it wasn’t a sermon) in a chapel service I attended while far from home. The speaker [...]

The More Knowledge, the More Holiness

Benjamin Beddome on the importance of knowing the truth, submitted by Prof. Renihan Is preaching important? Should ministers labor over the Word of God so that they proclaim it faithfully to [...]

Benjamin Keach on Justification (Part 1)

Benjamin Keach on Justification (Part 1) We say obedience supposeth a man justified; but these men say, that obedience concurs with faith to justify, or is part of our righteousness to [...]

page 1 of 2