Baptist Sermons

England's Baptist Preachers
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The Nineteenth Century

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Alexander McLaren - F.B. Meyer - C.H. Spurgeon
F. W. Grant - J.C. Ryle -Clovis Chappell
H.P. Liddon - John Bunyan - John Boston
Horatius Bonar - John Newton - Thomas Wilcox
Early Creeds - E. M. Bounds - John Milton

Charles Spurgeon
 Book "All Of Grace"
Job 29
Adoption
Revival
Job 8:7
Ezekiel 16:1-2
Now and Then
Full Redemption
Possessing Possessions
God's Care Of Elijah
Sons Of God
Profit and Loss
The Mustard Seed
Christian Sympathy
Everybodies Sermon
Waiting Upon God
Amos 9:13
The Waterer Watered
David's Dying Song
Compel Them
What Are The Clouds?
Where The If Lies
The Devil's Last Throw
Psalm One (The Chaff Blown Away)
Treasury Index Widow At Zarephath
Healing For Broken Hearted
Quaint Sayings
Small Things
Christ Our Substitute
Christ Exalted
King's Highway
Abijah
High Doctrine
True Prayer Begats True Power
Struggles Of Conscience
Rose Of Sharon
To Sunday School Teachers
Susannah Spurgeon
Going Home For Christmas

 PDF Format
1. Third John - 9 Pages
2. Assurance - 9 Pages
3. Beginning - Job 8
4. Contentment - Phil. 3
5. Genesis - 818 Pages
6. Haggai - 38 Pages
7. James - 219 Pages
8. Job - 749 Pages
9. Joel - 54 Pages
10. Jude - 108 Pages
11. Kingly Priesthood - 637 Pages
12. Luke - 2008 Pages
13. Malachi - 102 Pages
14. Mark - 785 Pages
15. Leviticus - 133 Pages
16. Revelation - Part one -642 Pages
17. Revelation - Part two - 637 Pages
18. Ruth - 46 Pages
19. Song Of Solomon - 519 Pages
20. Elijah - 1 Kings 17:4
21. Startling - 2 Kings 8:12
22. Obadiah - 8 Pages
23. Amos - Revival
24. A Watered Watered
25. Christ Our Subsitute
26. Psalm 133 - Unity
27. Vile Ingratitude
28. Zachariah - 339 Pages

HTML Files
Job's Knowledge
Carried By Four
First Christmas
Christmas Question
Good Cheer For Christmas
David's First Victory
Gems
Patriarchs (4 Chapters)
A Greater Than Solomon
Ear Muffs

Alexander MacLaren
1826-1910

Messages and Sermons
The Last BeAttitude
Putting Christ First
Infuence The World
When A Brother Sins Against You
The Pattern Of Service
The World And The Church
The Lamp and The Bushel
Life A Transfiguration
Depths To Heights
Simon The Cyrenian
Grace, Mercy and Peace
Growth
Hope Perfectly The Bride
God's Peacemakers
Faith
Glorious Conversion
One Saying Two Meanings
Purifying Hope
Zion's Joy and God's
The Guiding Pillar
A Confession and A Warning
Jehovah Jireh
The Cross
Love and Fear
The Guilding Pillar

61 commentaries in the PDF format

 
Alexander MacLaren was a Baptist minister. Born in Glasgow to Baptist parents, he was baptized in 1840 and trained at Stepney ,College. He ministered successfully at Portland Chapel, Southampton (1846-58), and Union Chapel, Manchester (1858-1903), where he acquired the reputation of "the prince of expository preachers." He was rarely active in denominational or civic affairs, but invested his time studying the Word in the original and sharing its truths with others in sermons that are still models of effective expository preaching. Maclaren published a number of books of sermons and he climaxed his ministry by publishing his monumental Expositions of Holy Scripture. His sermons drew vast congregations and his methods of subdivision and analogies drawn from nature and life have been widely imitated ever since. In the pulpit he expounded evangelical certainties, yet his writings and private conversations show him prepared to accept a critical position. His attitudes are thus ambiguous, though Spurgeon excepted him from the "Downgraders." MacLaren was twice president of the Baptist Union and chairman of its Twentieth Century Fund and the first president of the Baptist World Alliance (1905). He strove unsuccessfully to unite the Baptist and Congregational denominations, but saw the establishment of many "Union" churches at a local level."

Besides Hall and Spurgeon, the Baptist pulpit of England produced other great preachers during the last century, two of whom at least are still living—Alexander McLaren, the eloquent Manchester divine (born at Glasgow, 1825), and John Clifford (born 1836), everywhere known as one of the most scholarly, able, and polished preachers of his time. Nor have there been lacking laymen of equal eminence—to mention three examples only—Major-General Havelock, the hero of the Indian Mutiny (1795-1857); Thomas Spencer Baynes, LL. D. (1823-1887), long professor of logic and metaphysics at the University of St. Andrews, and a writer of worldwide repute; and Sir Robert Lush (1807-1881), one of the foremost men at the bar, and Lord-Justice of the High Court of Appeals. It would be easy, but also unprofitable, to make a long catalogue of distinguished names, only less worthy of mentioning than these. Enough has been said, however, to show that Baptists have been by no means an obscure and feeble folk in England for the last hundred years or more.

F.B. Meyer

Besides Hall and Spurgeon, the Baptist pulpit of England produced other great preachers during the last century, two of whom at least are still living—Alexander McLaren, the eloquent Manchester divine (born at Glasgow, 1825), and John Clifford (born 1836), everywhere known as one of the most scholarly, able, and polished preachers of his time. Nor have there been lacking laymen of equal eminence—to mention three examples only—Major-General Havelock, the hero of the Indian Mutiny (1795-1857); Thomas Spencer Baynes, LL. D. (1823-1887), long professor of logic and metaphysics at the University of St. Andrews, and a writer of worldwide repute; and Sir Robert Lush (1807-1881), one of the foremost men at the bar, and Lord-Justice of the High Court of Appeals. It would be easy, but also unprofitable, to make a long catalogue of distinguished names, only less worthy of mentioning than these. Enough has been said, however, to show that Baptists have been by no means an obscure and feeble folk in England for the last hundred years or more.

The Hidings Of God
Resting Places
Living The Life Of Jesus
The Prayer Of Intercession Abraham
Seven Rules For Daily Living
Jonathan
The Lord Is My Shepherd

Plus 50 Sermons in the PDF format


F. W. Grant
Sermons by F. W. Grant
You Have Kept My Word
The Structure
Nicolaitanism
In Jesus
Perseverance
Divine Movement


J. C. Ryle
For more than a century, J. C. Ryle was best known for his clear and lively writings on practical and spiritual themes. His great aim in all his ministry was to encourage strong and serious Christian living. But Ryle was not naive in his understanding of how this should be done. He recognized that, as a pastor of the flock of God, he had a responsibility to guard Christ’s sheep and to warn them whenever he saw approaching dangers. His penetrating comments are as wise and relevant today as they were when he first wrote them. His sermons and other writings have been consistently recognized, and their usefulness and impact have continued to the present day, even in the outdated English of the author’s own day.

Why then should expositions already so successful and of such stature and proven usefulness require adaptation, revision, rewrite or even editing? The answer is obvious. To increase its usefulness to today’s reader the language in which it was originally written needs updating.

Though his sermons have served other generations well, just as they came from the pen of the author in the nineteenth century, they still could be lost to present and future generations simply because, to them, the language is neither readily nor fully understandable.

Sermons
Assurance
Calvary
Duty Of Parents
Christ Crucified
Looking Unto Jesus Christ Is All
The Fallible Of Ministers
The Sight, The City
Christian Zeal
The World
Second Advent

E. M. Bounds

1. Purpose of Prayer - 13 Chapters
2. Necessity of Prayer - Complete
"THE NECESSITY OF PRAYER"

  1. Prayer and Faith
    Continued
  2. Prayer And Trust
  3. Prayer And Desire
  4. Prayer And Fervency
  5. Prayer And Importunity
    Continued
  6. Prayer, Character and Conduct
  7. Prayer And Obedience
    Continued
  8. Prayer And Vigilance
  9. Prayer And The Word Of God
    Continued
  10. Prayer And The House Of God

 4. Weapons of Prayer - 5 Chapters
5. Preacher and Prayer - PDF 30 pages

 


And much more from other Great Preachers
John Milton - Paradise Regained - Complete Book

Thomas Wilcos - 1671 - "Honey out of the Rock" - Ps.81:16

John Bunyon's Last Sermon

H. P. Liddon - Created for the Creator

Early Creeds

John Boston - Regeneration

Clovis Chappell - The Lost Book 2 Chron 34:14


G. Campbell Morgan
1863 - 1945

"The Devil's methods of opposition are those of alliance and antagonism, and the only serious one is the first. Let us beware of it. Do not let us imagine that we can take into our fellowship and enlist under one banner men who simply affirm truth about Jesus, unless in their own lives there is an absolute loyalty to the Lord Christ. Antagonism is the creation of force for the kingdom of God. Put a man in prison for Christ's sake, and the earthquake will surely follow, and the work will spread."

"The most outstanding preacher that this country has heard during the past thirty years"-this was Dr. James M. Gray's estimate of Dr. G. Campbell Morgan whose ministry spanned the Atlantic and reached from the days of D. L. Moody to the era of World War II.

Born on a farm in England in 1863, he was brought up in a strict Puritanical home where he amused himself by preaching to his sisters' dolls. Although his first sermon before a responsive audience was delivered in a Wesleyan schoolroom at the age of thirteen, he was engulfed in doubt and confusion concerning his faith after preparing for the ministry.

Remembering those two chaotic years, Dr. Morgan later wrote, "The only hope for me was the Bible....I stopped reading books about the Bible and began to read the Bible itself. I saw the light and was back on the path." For seven years thereafter, his reading concerning the things of God was confined to the Word of God itself.

Ordained a minister of the Congregational Church in 1889, the young man became the leading preacher in England, holding several pastorates. Later he became widely known in the United States and Canada as a Bible conference speaker, lecturer, pastor and teacher before returning to England in 1935 to become the pastor of Westminster Congregational Church in London.

Dr. Morgan was a prolific but profound writer of books, booklets, tracts and articles. Among his best-known books are Parables of the Kingdom; the eleven volumes of the Westminster Pulpit; The Crises of the Christ; the ten-volume work, The Analysed Bible; the Triumphs of Faith series; and An Exposition of the Whole Bible.

His earthly life of testimony and ministry came to a close in May, 1945.

Sermons Listed
1. Romans - 232 Pages
2. God's Perfect Will - 100 Pages
3. Hosea - 154 Pages
4. Notes on Psalms - 134 Pages
5. Peter and The Church - 82 Pages
6. Preaching - 139 Pages
7. English Bible - 86 Pages
8. Corinthian - 167 Pages
9. Crisis of Christ - 339 Pages
10. Gospel of John - 321 Pages
11. Great Physcian - 392 Pages
12. Parable and Metaphors - 313 Pages
13. The Spirit Of God - 239 Pages
14. Triumph of Faith - 123 Pages
15. Voices of Twelve Hebrews - 146 Pages
16. Westminister Pulpit - 26 Sermon Chapters




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