In his sermon Glorious Grace, Jonathan Edwards uses a powerful image to show why rejecting saving grace is such a major insult to God. He asks how his listeners would feel if they sought to help a poor and needy […]
Taken from his message Christian Knowledge, Jonathan Edwards explains the main difference between man and beast. I’ve updated this quote into a more readable format. Why did God give people the faculty of reasoning? What is its purpose? The simple […]
One of the clearest gospel voices of the twentieth century belonged to Dr Martyn Lloyd-Jones, pastor of Westminster Chapel, London, where he served from 1939 to 1968. Though ML-J entered heaven in 1981, I have had the great privilege of […]
The pastoral side of Jonathan Edwards is seldom highlighted when we study his life. But every now and then in one of his sermons, we get a glimpse of it.
Jonathan Edwards made this point in Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God, and it is a point well worth contemplating: Unconverted people are never safe.
“In no other act did Christ appear more like the glorious, enemy-destroying Lion than when he was brought as the Lamb to the slaughter. It was when he was most weak that he was actually most strong.” Below is a […]
English Puritan, John Owen (1616-1683), is well known for his teachings on how a believer can be victorious over sin. His best known work on this topic is The Mortification of Sin, which continues to be popular today. What makes Owen so […]