Stephen Charnock – The Fool Hath Said in His Heart, There is No God!

From the Existence and Attributes of God, Practical Atheism. The noblest faculty of man, his understanding, wherein the remaining lineaments of the image of God are visible; the highest operation of that faculty, which is wisdom, is, in the judgment of the Spirit of God, devilish, whilst it is earthly and sensual; and the wisdom of … Continue reading Stephen Charnock – The Fool Hath Said in His Heart, There is No God!

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Stephen Charnock – The Removal of the Gospel (Candlestick) From the Church

God hath no other intention in the removing the gospel, and unchurching a nation, but the utter ruin and destruction of that nation. Other judgments may be medicinal ; this is killing. Other judgments may lance and let out the corrupt matter ; this opens a passage for life, soul, and happiness. Other judgments are … Continue reading Stephen Charnock – The Removal of the Gospel (Candlestick) From the Church

Stephen Charnock – The Removal of the Gospel (Candlestick) From the Church

God hath no other intention in the removing the gospel, and unchurching a nation, but the utter ruin and destruction of that nation. Other judgments may be medicinal ; this is killing. Other judgments may lance and let out the corrupt matter ; this opens a passage for life, soul, and happiness. Other judgments are … Continue reading Stephen Charnock – The Removal of the Gospel (Candlestick) From the Church

Richard Adams – Of Hell – Puritan Morning Exercises May 1659

Richard Adams, English Puritan (c. 1626 – February 7, 1698), was a Presbyterian minister. Formerly fellow Brazen Nose College, Oxford. He was ejected from his pulpit for nonconformity in 1662. He assisted Edward Veale in editing and publishing Stephen Charnock’s Discourse of Divine Providence. He contributed four of the Cripplegate Sermons: 1) What are the … Continue reading Richard Adams – Of Hell – Puritan Morning Exercises May 1659

Richard Adams – Of Hell – Puritan Morning Exercises May 1659

Richard Adams, English Puritan (c. 1626 – February 7, 1698), was a Presbyterian minister. Formerly fellow Brazen Nose College, Oxford. He was ejected from his pulpit for nonconformity in 1662. He assisted Edward Veale in editing and publishing Stephen Charnock’s Discourse of Divine Providence. He contributed four of the Cripplegate Sermons: 1) What are the … Continue reading Richard Adams – Of Hell – Puritan Morning Exercises May 1659

Benjamin Grosvenor – The Temper of Jesus

This sermon is mentioned in the introduction to Stephen Charnock’s Existence and Attributes of God. The Temper of Christ.Go into all nations and offer this salvation as you go; but lest the poor house of Israel should think themselves abandoned to despair, the seed of Abraham, mine ancient friend; as cruel and unkind as they have … Continue reading Benjamin Grosvenor – The Temper of Jesus