Sermons on Important Subjects Volume 2

Samuel Davies
  • Sermon 27

    Life and immortality revealed in the gospel.

  • Sermon 28

    Jesus Christ the only foundation.

  • Sermon 29

    The necessity and excellence of family-religion.

  • Sermon 30

    The rule of equity.

  • Sermon 31

    Dedication to God argued from redeeming mercy.

  • Sermon 32

    The Christian feast.

  • Sermon 33

    The nature and blessedness of sonship with God.

  • Sermon 34

    A sermon on the new year.

  • Sermon 35

    An enrolment of our names in heaven the noblest source of joy.

  • Sermon 36

    The success of the gospel by the divine power upon the souls of men.

  • Sermon 37

    The divine perfections illustrated in the method of salvation, through the sufferings of Christ.

  • Sermon 38

    Religion the highest wisdom, and sin the greatest madness and folly.

  • Sermon 39

    Rejection of Christ a common, but most unreasonable iniquity.

  • Sermon 40

    The doom of the incorrigible sinner.

  • Sermon 41

    The nature of looking to Christ opened and explained.

  • Sermon 42

    Arguments to enforce our looking to Christ.

  • Sermon 43

    The vessels of mercy and the vessels of wrath delineated.

  • Sermon 44

    The nature and necessity of true repentance.

  • Sermon 45

    The tender anxieties of ministers for their people.

  • Sermon 46

    The wonderful compassions of Christ to the greatest sinners.

  • Sermon 47

    The nature of love to God and Christ opened and enforced.

  • Sermon 48

    The nature and author of regeneration.

  • Sermon 49

    The divine life in the souls of men considered

  • Sermon 50

    The divine life in the souls of men considered.

  • Sermon 51

    The ways of sin hard and difficult.

  • Sermon 52

    The characters of the whole and sick, in a spiritual sense, considered and contrasted.

  • Sermon 53

    A sight of Christ the desire and delight of saints in all ages.

  • Sermon 54

    The law and gospel.

  • Sermon 55

    The gospel invitation.

  • Sermon 56

    The nature of justification, and the nature and concern of faith in it.

  • Sermon 57

    The success of the ministry of the gospel, owing to a divine influence.

  • Sermon 58

    The rejection of gospel-light the condemnation of men.