Table of Contents

Preface

Sermons Published During the Lifetime of John Owen

Sermon I. A vision of unchangeable, free mercy, in sending the means of grace to undeserving sinners. Acts xvi. 9.

Sermon II. Ebenezer: A memorial of the deliverance of Essex county, and committee. Habakkuk iii. 1–9.

Sermon III. Righteous zeal encouraged by divine protection. Jeremiah xv. 19, 20

Sermon IV. The steadfastness of the promises, and the sinfulness of staggering. Romans iv. 20.

Sermon V. The shaking and translating of heaven and earth. Hebrews xii. 27.

Sermon VI. The branch of the Lord the beauty of Zion; or the glory of the church in its relation unto Christ. Isaiah lvi. 7.

Sermon VII. The advantage of the kingdom of Christ in the shaking of the kingdoms of the world. Ezekiel xvii. 24.

Sermon VIII. The labouring saint’s dimission to rest. Daniel xii. 13.

Sermon IX. Christ’s kingdom and the magistrate’s power. Daniel vii. 15, 16.

Sermon X. God’s work in founding Zion, and his people’s duty thereunto. Isaiah xiv. 32.

Sermon XI. God’s presence with a people the spring of their prosperity. 2 Chronicles xv. 2.

Sermon XII. The glory and interest of nations professing the gospel. Isaiah iv. 5.

Sermon XIII. How we may bring our hearts to bear reproofs. Psalm cxli. 5.

Sermon XIV. The testimony of the church is not the only nor the chief reason of our believing the scripture to be the word of God. Luke xvi. 29.

Sermon XV. The chamber of imagery in the church of Rome laid open. 1 Peter ii. 3.

Sermon XVI. A humble testimony unto the goodness and severity of God in his dealing with sinful churches and nations. Luke xiii. 1–5.

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Posthumous Sermons: Part II. Sermons Published 1721

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Prefatory note.

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Sermon I. The strength of faith. Romans iv. 20.

Sermon II. The strength of faith. Romans iv. 20.

Sermon III. The nature and beauty of gospel worship. Ephesians ii. 18.

Sermon IV. The nature and beauty of gospel worship. Ephesians ii. 18.

Sermon V. Of walking humbly with God. Micah vi. 8.

Sermon VI. Of walking humbly with God. Micah vi. 8.

Sermon VII. Of walking humbly with God. Micah vi. 8.

Sermon VIII. Of walking humbly with God. Micah vi. 8.

Sermon IX. Of walking humbly with God. Micah vi. 8.

Sermon X. Providential changes, an argument for universal holiness. 2 Peter iii. 11.

Sermon XI. Providential changes, an argument for universal holiness. 2 Peter iii. 11.

Sermon XII. Providential changes, an argument for universal holiness. 2 Peter iii. 11.

Sermon XIII. Providential changes, an argument for universal holiness. 2 Peter iii. 11.

Sermon XIV. The sin and judgment of spiritual barrenness. Ezekiel xlvii. 11.

Sermon XV. The sin and judgment of spiritual barrenness. Ezekiel xlvii. 11.

Sermon XVI. Human power defeated. Psalm lxxvi. 5.

Sermon XVII. The divine power of the gospel. Romans i. 16.

Sermon XVIII. The divine power of the gospel. Romans i. 16.

Sermon XIX. God the saint’s rock. Psalm lxi. 2.

Sermon XX. God the saint’s rock. Psalm lxi. 2.

Sermon XXI. Gospel charity. Colossians iii. 14.

Sermon XXII. Christ’s pastoral care. Micah vii. 14.

Sermon XXIII. A Christian, God’s temple. 2 Corinthians vi. 16–18.

Sermon XXIV. God’s withdrawing his presence, the correction of his church. Isaiah lxiii. 17.

Sermon XXV. The beauty and strength of Zion. Psalm xlviii 12–14.

Sermon XXVI. Perilous times. 2 Timothy iii. 1.

Sermon XXVII. The Christian’s work of dying daily. 1 Corinthians xv. 31.

Sermon XXVIII. The Christian’s work of dying daily. 1 Corinthians xv. 31.

Sermon XXIX. The Christian’s work of dying daily. 1 Corinthians xv. 31.

Sermon XXX. The evil and danger of offences. Matthew xviii. 7.

Posthumous Sermons: Part III. Sermons Published 1756

Posthumous Sermons: Series Published for the First Time 1854

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