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The J. D. Jones Collection (23 vols.)
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Overview

“That is the church’s business—to preach the Christ who died upon that Cross to reconcile men to God and to reconcile them to one another. Language divides, nationalism divides, political allegiance divides, trade interests divide—but Jesus Christ unites. In a common love to Him, men learn to love one another.” Earning the nickname “Archbishop of Congregationalism,” J. D. Jones was one of England’s most popular preachers at the turn of the century. Although he traveled the world and preached alongside friends such as D. L. Moody and P. T. Forsyth, Jones remained a minister at his Richmond Hill Church for almost 40 years. It is at that pulpit where the bulk of his most popular sermons were delivered.

The J. D. Jones Collection contains over 20 of his most important works, including his most popular sermon collections Paul’s Certainties, The Glorious Company of the Apostles, If a Man Die, The Hope of the Gospel, Richmond Hill Sermons, and more. It also contains his highly-lauded four-volume devotional commentary The Gospel According to St. Mark—a commentary which the Bible reader can take up day-by-day and find that it aids him in applying the words of Holy Scripture to the needs of his own personal character and life.

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Key Features

  • Over 200 sermons from J. D. Jones
  • Jones’ four-volume commentary The Gospel According to St. Mark
  • Completely searchable content linked to the other resources in your Logos library

Individual Titles

The Gospel According to St. Mark, vol. 1

  • Author: J. D. Jones
  • Publisher: Religious Tract Society
  • Publication Date: 1913
  • Pages: 249

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The aim of this commentary is to simply and solely help the spiritual life of those who use it. J. D. Jones provides commentary on the Gospel of Mark, treating the most perplexing passages and drawing out the general character and lessons from the book. But The Gospel According to St. Mark remains primarily and distinctively a devotional volume—a book which the Bible reader can take up day-by-day and find that it aids him in applying the words of Holy Scripture to the needs of his own personal character and life. Volume one covers Mark 1–6:6.

His commentary is homiletical rather than explanatory or doctrinal, but I still think it is one of the best.

Warren Wiersbe, 50 People Every Christian Should Know: Learning from Spiritual Giants of the Faith

The Gospel According to St. Mark, vol. 2

  • Author: J. D. Jones
  • Publisher: Religious Tract Society
  • Publication Date: 1914
  • Pages: 313

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The aim of this commentary is to simply and solely help the spiritual life of those who use it. J. D. Jones provides commentary on the Gospel of Mark, treating the most perplexing passages and drawing out the general character and lessons from the book. But The Gospel According to St. Mark remains primarily and distinctively a devotional volume—a book which the Bible reader can take up day-by-day and find that it aids him in applying the words of Holy Scripture to the needs of his own personal character and life. Volume two covers Mark 6:7–10:31.

The Gospel According to St. Mark, vol. 3

  • Author: J. D. Jones
  • Publisher: Religious Tract Society
  • Publication Date: 1919
  • Pages: 221

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The aim of this commentary is to simply and solely help the spiritual life of those who use it. J. D. Jones provides commentary on the Gospel of Mark, treating the most perplexing passages and drawing out the general character and lessons from the book. But The Gospel According to St. Mark remains primarily and distinctively a devotional volume—a book which the Bible reader can take up day-by-day and find that it aids him in applying the words of Holy Scripture to the needs of his own personal character and life. Volume three covers Mark 10:32–13:37.

The Gospel According to St. Mark, vol. 4

  • Author: J. D. Jones
  • Publisher: Religious Tract Society
  • Publication Date: 1913
  • Pages: 356

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The aim of this commentary is to simply and solely help the spiritual life of those who use it. J. D. Jones provides commentary on the Gospel of Mark, treating the most perplexing passages and drawing out the general character and lessons from the book. But The Gospel According to St. Mark remains primarily and distinctively a devotional volume—a book which the Bible reader can take up day-by-day and find that it aids him in applying the words of Holy Scripture to the needs of his own personal character and life. Volume four covers Mark 14–16:20.

Paul’s Certainties and Other Sermons

  • Author: J. D. Jones
  • Publisher: Fleming H. Revell Company
  • Pages: 253

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Paul’s Certainties and Other Sermons contains 15 signature sermons from J. D. Jones. Drawing from the Old and New Testaments, Jones’s sermons are thoroughly biblical and eminently practical. Sermons included:

  • Paul’s Certainties
  • The Unaccountable Man
  • The Son of Man
  • The Death of Christ
  • Sin and Grace
  • Temptation
  • Hindrances
  • Spiritual Shortsightedness
  • Walking without Fainting
  • Lengthening and Strengthening
  • The Elms of Life
  • The Divine Judgment
  • The Man with the Measuring Line
  • The Incomplete Biography
  • John Mark
Direct, suggestive, evangelical, these sermons reveal the secret of Doctor Jones’ power; those qualities which have made him so effectual in his own English work and in his Northfield addresses. Like all the best of his English brethren he is a textual preacher; getting his text first, his topic out of the text, and his sermon directly and immediately out of them both.

Record of Christian Work

The Glorious Company of the Apostles

  • Author: J. D. Jones
  • Publisher: James Clarke & Co.
  • Publication Date: 1904
  • Pages: 260

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The sermons contained in this volume were originally delivered on consecutive Sabbath mornings in the regular course of J. Jones’ ministry at Richmond Hill. They have been printed exactly as they were spoken. “By studying the characters of the men whom Christ selected to be His intimates and chief associates, we are certain to learn something about the character and aims of our Lord himself.” The 12 sermons include:

  • The Apostles
  • Peter
  • James
  • John
  • Andrew
  • Philip
  • Bartholomew
  • Matthew
  • Thomas
  • Simon the Zealot
  • The Unknown Apostles
  • Judas Iscariot
These studies show keen perception.

Record

The treatises are masterly in conception and eloquent in language.

Bristol Mercury

Things Most Surely Believed

  • Author: J. D. Jones
  • Publisher: James Clarke & Co.
  • Pages: 224

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The sermons in this volume were preached on Sunday evenings in the regular course of J. D. Jones’ ministry at Richmond Hill. It contains 11 sermons on the Apostles’ Creed, preached in the hope that they might prove to be aids to the faith of the hearers during troubling and perplexing times. Sermons include:

  • The Existence of God
  • The Divinity of Christ
  • The Divinity of Christ (Continued)
  • The True Humanity of Jesus
  • The Resurrection
  • The Second Advent and Judgment
  • The Holy Ghost
  • The Holy Catholic Church
  • The Communion of Saints
  • The Forgiveness of Sins
  • The Life Everlasting
The statements of the Apostles’ Creed expounded in a practical and edifying way.

Pittsburg Christian Advocate

To anyone who desires either edification or stimulus, the volume may be unhesitantly commended.

Sheffield Independent

Another volume of Mr. Jones’ ever welcome, because ever suggestive, discourses.

Expository Times

The Lord of Life and Death

  • Author: J. D. Jones
  • Publisher: Hodder and Stoughton
  • Pages: 316

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The sermons in this volume were preached on Sunday evenings in the regular course of J. D. Jones’ ministry at Richmond Hill. The Lord of Life and Death contains 15 sermons which make a continuous and thorough exposition of John 11:1–45, the raising of Lazarus. Sermons include:

  • The Raising of Lazarus
  • The Bethany Household
  • The Delays of Love
  • The Twelve-Hour Day
  • Providential Absences
  • Thomas
  • Jesus and Martha
  • Resurrection and Life
  • Jesus and Mary
  • The Tears of Jesus
  • Jesus and the Jews
  • Jesus at the Grave
  • The Prayer of Jesus
  • The Miracle
  • The Effect of the Miracle
The minister who buys this book will make no mistake. He will in so doing add a valuable book to his library and will find the hours spent in reading it, hours of profit and delight.

Union Seminary Review

Here is a volume the like of which we have been told we should never again see.

Expository Times

If a Man Die

  • Author: J. D. Jones
  • Publisher: George H. Doran Company
  • Publication Date: 1918
  • Pages: 180

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There is no question to which the human soul more eagerly desires a clear and sure answer than this one: If a man die, shall he live again? If a Man Die contains eight sermons on life after death. Sermons include:

  • If a Man Die
  • If It Were Not So
  • The Banished Fear
  • Spirit with Spirit Can Meet
  • With What Body Do They Come?
  • Shadow and Substance
  • At the Long Last
  • The Open Door
It is frankly scriptural and religious in its tone and content. This book is full of consolation and courage for the bereaved and should bind up many broken hearts.

Advance

The arguments for a life beyond the grave are very clearly stated, and the whole book will bring strong comfort to mourners.

London Quarterly Review

Written by one of the leading British preachers out of a rich experience of life, personal sorrow, and profound knowledge of the Scriptures.

Expositor

Our Life Beyond

  • Author: J. D. Jones
  • Publisher: The Pilgrim Press
  • Publication Date: 1914
  • Pages: 48

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Our Lord never attempted any detailed description of heaven. He threw light on the fact of the immortal life, He left the nature of it very much in the shadow. A veil still hides the heavenly life from our curious and inquisitive eyes. In Our Life Beyond, J. D. Jones peaks behind the veil to show “that those who have passed from our earthly fellowship are really and truly alive.”

The Gospel of the Sovereignty

  • Author: J. D. Jones
  • Publisher: Hodder and Stoughton
  • Publication Date: 1914
  • Pages: 328

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This volume contains 23 of J. D. Jones’ signature sermons, these containing the central theme of the sovereignty of God. “For to believe in the Sovereignty, the active Sovereignty of God, is to believe in the strength and supremacy of righteousness.” Sermons include:

  • The Sovereignty of God
  • The Zeal of the Lord
  • The Benefits of Limitation
  • “When the Half-Gods Go, the Gods Arrive”
  • The Faith Delivered to the Saints
  • The Originality of Jesus
  • The Vision and Compassion of Jesus
  • In Another Form
  • Authority and Freedom
  • The Reserve of Jesus
  • The Sanguine Jesus
  • The Fellowship of Christ’s Sufferings
  • How Can We Be Sure of Jesus?
  • The Grasp of Christ
  • The Sermon on the Mount
  • The True Ground of Rejoicing
  • The Divided Heart
  • Drifting
  • Character and Circumstances
  • On the Slope
  • The Upward Call
  • The Perils of the Middle Passage
  • The Ministry of Memory
The sermons are strong and clear, dealing with great themes in a straightforward, manly, scriptural fashion.

Princeton Theological Review

They compel thought and diffuse light.

Congregationalist

J. D. Jones is an expert in handling such mighty themes.

Union Seminary Review

The Gospel of Grace

  • Author: J. D. Jones
  • Publisher: J. Clarke
  • Publication Date: 1907
  • Pages: 283

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The 17 sermons in this volume were preached on Sunday mornings in the regular course of J. D. Jones’ ministry at Richmond Hill. They contain the central theme of grace and are filled with Jones’ customary compassion and biblical insight. Sermons include:

  • The Optimism of Jesus
  • The Testimony of Christ’s Works
  • Christ’s Method with Individuals
  • The Springs of Christ’s Authority
  • The Brevity of Our Lord’s Life
  • The Lion and the Lamb in the Cross of Christ
  • The Sacrificing of God
  • Easter Triumph
  • The Ascension
  • The Kingship of Christ
  • Christ’s Triumphal Procession
  • The Ministry of the Mountain
  • Past and Present
  • The Blessing of Unrealized Aims
  • The Marks of the Lord Jesus
  • Enrichment By Faith
  • God’s Greatness—A Warning and Comfort
The man who gets a glimpse into the book will want to procure and preserve it.

The Dundee Advertiser

Plain and practical, full of apt illustration, and pervaded throughout by an earnest evangelical spirit.

Aberdeen Journal

The Inevitable Christ

  • Author: J. D. Jones
  • Publisher: Doran & Company
  • Publication Date: 1929
  • Pages: 316

The 16 sermons in this volume were preached on Sunday mornings in the regular course of J. D. Jones’ ministry at Richmond Hill. Focused on the life and ministry of Jesus, The Inevitable Christ is filled with Jones’ customary compassion and biblical insight. Sermons include:

  • The Difficulty of Escaping Jesus
  • The Unexpectedness of Jesus
  • The Formidableness of Jesus
  • Christ’s Question to the Young Ruler
  • Christ’s View of Death and Afterwards
  • As One That Serveth
  • The World Drama
  • Christ and the Universe
  • Sacrifice and Empire
  • The Unity of God and the Unity of the Race
  • The Simplicity That Was in Christ
  • Christ’s Life in St. Paul
  • The Need of the Interpreter
  • Seeking and Striving
  • The Passivity of the Christian Life
  • Cheerful Mercy

Morning and Evening

  • Author: J. D. Jones
  • Publisher: Harper & Brothers
  • Publication Date: 1934
  • Pages: 319

Morning and Evening is an anthology of some of the most beloved and popular sermons preached by J. D. Jones at the Richmond Hill Congregational Church of Bournemouth. Drawing from the Old and New Testaments, these sermons are packed with spiritual insight and practical application. Sermons include:

  • Morning and Evening
  • How to Behave in Life’s Inevitabilities
  • Advancing and Abiding
  • Christ’s Easy Yoke
  • Jesus as the Champion of the Individual
  • The Cross as the Disclosure of Love
  • After Easter
  • Terah
  • I Go a Fishing
  • Nevertheless
  • The Relevancy of the Example of Jesus
  • God’s Thoughts and Ours
  • Light and Darkness
  • The Vision of the Great Sheet (A Missionary Sermon)
  • Things Jesus Would Like to Have Done and Couldn’t
  • The Challenge of Christ
  • Nor Life
  • The Christian Facts and the Christian Experience
  • The Procrustean Bed
  • Despairing of No Man

The Great Hereafter: Questions Raised By the Great War Concerning the Destiny of Our Dead

  • Author: J. D. Jones
  • Publisher: James Clarke & Co.
  • Publication Date: 1915
  • Pages: 48

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World War I, with its sacrifice of millions of lives, created a new and poignant interest in the question of survival after death. In The Great Hereafter, J. D. Jones addresses the war and the Christian doctrines concerning the afterlife.

The Greatest of These: Addresses on the Thirteenth Chapter of First Corinthians

  • Author: J. D. Jones
  • Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
  • Publication Date: 1926
  • Pages: 249

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The sermons contained in this volume were originally delivered on consecutive Sabbath mornings in the regular course of J. Jones’ ministry at Richmond Hill. They have been printed exactly as they were spoken. “The 13th chapter of 1 Corinthians—Paul’s great hymn on love—is, like the 23rd Psalm, one of those passages of Scripture which the preacher hesitates to touch lest by clumsy handling he should impair its beauty,” writes Jones in the first sermon. “And yet, while it daunts the preacher it also fascinates him and challenges him.” Readers will be fascinated too as Jones expounds on 1 Corinthians 13 in the following 10 sermons:

  • The Hymn of Love
  • Love’s Excellence
  • The Qualities of Love (1)
  • The Qualities of Love (2)
  • The Qualities of Love (3)
  • The Qualities of Love (4)
  • The Qualities of Love (5)
  • The Permanence of Love
  • The Partial and the Complete
  • The Supremacy of Love

The Model Prayer: A Series of Expositions on “The Lord’s Prayer”

  • Author: J. D. Jones
  • Publisher: George H. Doran Company
  • Publication Date: 1899
  • Pages: 174

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The nine sermons in this volume were preached on Sunday mornings in the regular course of J. D. Jones’ ministry at Richmond Hill. Focused on the Lord’s Prayer, The Model Prayer is filled with biblical insight and practical application. Sermons include:

  • The Disciples’ Request
  • “Our Father”
  • “Hallowed Be Thy Name”
  • The Second Petition
  • The Third Petition
  • “Daily Bread”
  • “Forgiveness”
  • “Temptation”
  • The Model Prayer
Mr. Jones brings a cultured mind, a well-stored memory, and a gift of spiritual insight to the illustration of the Lord’s Prayer.

Sunday School Chronicle

Richmond Hill Sermons

  • Author: J. D. Jones
  • Publisher: Hodder and Stoughton
  • Publication Date: 1933
  • Pages: 285

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Richmond Hill Sermons is an anthology of some of the most beloved and popular sermons preached by J. D. Jones at the Richmond Hill Congregational Church of Bournemouth. Drawing from the Old and New Testaments, these sermons are packed with spiritual insight and practical application. Sermons include:

  • The Repairer of the Breach
  • The Foolishness of God
  • The Christ of the New Testament and the Christ of Today
  • The Full Christ
  • The Barred Gate and the Open Door
  • The “Establishing” of the Love of God
  • God’s Arithmetic
  • Softness
  • The Cross as Challenge
  • Equipment and Task
  • The Incompleteness of Life
  • Will He Come to the Feast?
  • The Missionary Call of the Old Testament
  • The Spirit and Joy
  • The Drooping Wing
  • On the Road
  • Judas (Not Iscariot)

The King of Love

  • Author: J. D. Jones
  • Publisher: Fleming H. Revell Company
  • Publication Date: 1922
  • Pages: 158

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The six expositions in this volume were originally preached on Sunday mornings in the regular course of J. D. Jones’ ministry at Richmond Hill. Revised and lengthened for publication, The King of Love contains six studies on the 23rd Psalm. “I am going to speak about this exquisitely beautiful little Psalm in the hope and with the prayer that as the result of patient examination it may shine for us with a beauty more transcendent yet.” Expositions include:

  • The Shepherd Psalm
  • The Shepherd’s Leading
  • Restoration and Guidance
  • The Valley
  • The Full Table
  • Goodness and Mercy

Three Score Years and Ten: The Autobiography of J. D. Jones

  • Author: J. D. Jones
  • Publisher: Hodder and Stoughton
  • Publication Date: 1940
  • Pages: 327

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J. D. Jones tells his own life-story by sharing the memories of people who had a deep impact on his life. From his mentors during his student years and first ministry, friends met abroad during missionary trips, to well-known theologians such as P. T. Forsyth, D. L. Moody, and J. H. Jowett, these stories help shape the over-arching narrative of Jones’ life and ministry.

The Power to Endure

  • Author: J. D. Jones
  • Publisher: Hodder and Stoughton
  • Publication Date: 1940
  • Pages: 31

One of the most frequently quoted verses in the whole of the Bible is that verse in which the prophet Isaiah speaks of the results of waiting upon God. “That they wait upon the Lord,” he says, “shall renew their strength.” In this pamphlet, published after the first year fighting in World War II, Jones’ reiterates the need for Christian ministers and churches to remember that strength, to “endure”—to keep the faith and the work of the faithful going strong—during times of hardship.

Reasons Why for Congregationalists

  • Author: J. D. Jones
  • Publisher: Bright’s Stores
  • Publication Date: 1904
  • Pages: 111

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These three lectures were delivered with the object of helping J. D. Jones’ students attain an intelligent belief in the Protestant and Free Church position as to make them valiant in the defense of it. As he states in the preface, “I feel it is worthwhile to contend earnestly for the faith of the Reformers and the Puritans, which, as I believe, is also the faith of the New Testament.” The lectures include:

  • Why We Are Protestants
  • Why Are We Free Churchmen?
  • Why Are We Congregationalists?

The Hope of the Gospel

  • Author: J. D. Jones
  • Publisher: Hodder and Stoughton
  • Publication Date: 1922
  • Pages: 312

The Hope of the Gospel is an anthology of some of the most beloved and popular sermons preached by J. D. Jones at the Richmond Hill Congregational Church of Bournemouth. Drawing from the Old and New Testaments, these sermons are packed with spiritual insight and practical application. Sermons include:

  • A Root Out of a Dry Ground
  • The Sound of the Trumpet
  • The Place of Christian Experience in Christian Thinking
  • The Immediacy of Religion
  • The Law of Indirectness
  • The Rainbow
  • The Stars in Their Courses
  • The Making of a Soul
  • The Work of Grace
  • Nicodemus
  • Prejudice and Its Cure
  • Immanuel
  • The Positivism of John
  • To See the End
  • A Study in Depression
  • The Whitening Harvest
  • The Glorification of Christ
  • Individuality
  • The Beauty of the Lord
  • John and Jesus
  • The Christian Life as a Partnership
  • Christ as Mediator
  • Speech to the Weary
Here the great Bournemouth preacher leads the way unfalteringly to a personal religion of certainty and quietness.

Expositor

Product Details

  • Title: The J. D. Jones Collection
  • Author: J. D. Jones
  • Volumes: 23
  • Pages: 5,361

About J. D. Jones

John Daniel Jones (1865–1942) was a Congregational minister, preacher, and popular author. He earned his MA from Owen’s College, Manchester, and his BD from St. Andrews in 1889. He was later awarded honorary DD degrees from the universities of St. Andrews, Manchester, and Wales. In 1888 he became minister of Richmond Hill Church, Bournemouth, where he remained until his retirement. It was from that pulpit where most of his popular sermons were delivered and where he earned the nickname “Archbishop of Congregationalism.” His church at Richmond Hill was considered to be one of the most renowned of nonconformist congregations in the whole country of England.