Jonathan Edwards

Jonathan Edwards - Born in S. Windsor, Connecticut, the fifth of 11 children in a strict Puritan home, he entered Yale College at 13. In 1727 he was named a pastor at his grandfather's church in Northampton, Massachusetts. His most famous sermon, "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God," vividly evokes the fate of unrepentant sinners in Hell. Bio of Jonathan Edwards


1 Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God

2 Absent from the Body

3 God Glorified In Man's Dependence

4 The Future Punishment Of The Wicked

5 God's Sovereignty in the Salvation of Men

6 The Justice of God in the Damnation of Sinners

7 The Manner in Which the Salvation of the Soul is to be Sought

8 Many Mansions

9 Pardon For The Greatest Sinners

10 Wicked Men Useful in Their Destruction Only


11 True Saints When Absent From The Body Are Present With The Lord


12 Bear With One Another


13 But God


14 God Glorified in Man's Dependence


15 The End of the Wicked Contemplated by the Righteous


16 The Eternity of Hell Torments


17 The Nature and End of Excommunication


18 Hypocrites Deficient in the Duty of Prayer


19 The Peace Which Christ Gives His True Followers


20 Pressing into the Kingdom of God


21 The Most High - A Prayer Hearing God


22 Safety, Fulness, and Sweet Refreshment in Christ


23 The Future Punishment of The Wicked


24 The Folly of Looking Back in Fleeing out of Sodom


25 Glorious Grace


26 Humility


27 Heaven A World of Love


28 The Pure In Heart Blessed


29 The Vain Self Flatteries of the Sinner



Jonathan Edwards

Revival Sermons of Jonathan Edwards

Edwards, Jonathan (1703-1758)






A Treatise Concerning Religious Affections

A Treatise on Grace



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