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Overview

Gain a deeper biblical perspective on the spiritual disciplines, Christian living, and the Davidic psalms with timeless teaching from Matthew Henry—one of the most influential Bible teachers of all time. This collection combines some of his most sought after works with a stirring account of his ministry at Chester Chapel and the legacy he left behind. Highly influential in his own time and still very popular today, Matthew Henry dedicated his life to explaining the Bible so that people could live in light of its teaching.

The Select Life and Works of Matthew Henry Collection equips you for better study with cutting-edge functionality and features. Citations link directly to English translations and original-language texts, and important terms link to dictionaries, encyclopedias, and a wealth of other resources in your digital library. The Topic Guide lets you perform powerful searches to instantly gather relevant biblical texts and resources. Tablet and mobile apps let you take the discussion with you. With Logos Bible Software, the most efficient and comprehensive research tools are in one place, so you get the most out of your study.

Want more from Matthew Henry? Pick up his classic Commentary on the Bible.

Key Features

  • Features Matthew Henry’s teaching on the spiritual disciplines and Christian living
  • Provides worship material crafted from the Psalms
  • Recounts the legacy of Matthew Henry and the Chester Chapel

Product Details

Individual Titles

The Miscellaneous Works of the Rev. Matthew Henry, V.D.M., vol. 1

  • Author: Matthew Henry
  • Publisher: Joseph Ogle Robinson
  • Publication Date: 1833
  • Pages: 781

Sample Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7

Explore a variety of topics with essays, sermons, and eulogies by famous biblical commentator Matthew Henry. You’ll get biblically based expositions on spiritual disciplines and Christian living plus insightful commentary on perennial theological questions. Henry dedicated his life to pastoring the church, and this volume provides the opportunity to draw on his wisdom and insight for Christian living in the modern world.

    Contents
  • Life of Mr. Philip Henry
  • On the Death of Mrs. Katherine Henry
  • The Pleasantness for Religious Life
  • Concerning Meekness and Quietness
  • Christianity Is Not a Sect
  • Communicant’s Companion
  • Direction for Daily Communion with God
  • Discourses against Vice and Profaneness
  • Folly of Despising Our Own Souls
  • Folly of Despising Our Own Ways
  • Sober-Mindedness Recommended to the Young
  • Right Management of Friendly Visits
  • A Church in the House: Family Religion
  • Reformation of Manners
  • Popery, A Spiritual Tyranny
  • Method for Prayer
  • Essay on Psalmody, with Family Hymns

The Miscellaneous Works of the Rev. Matthew Henry, V.D.M., vol. 2

  • Author: Matthew Henry
  • Publisher: Joseph Ogle Robinson
  • Publication Date: 1833
  • Pages: 705

Sample Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7

Explore a variety of topics with essays, sermons, and eulogies by famous biblical commentator Matthew Henry. You’ll get biblically based expositions on spiritual disciplines and Christian living plus insightful commentary on perennial theological questions. Henry dedicated his life to pastoring the church, and this volume provides the opportunity to draw on his wisdom and insight for Christian living in the modern world.

    Contents
  • England’s Joys
  • England’s Hopes
  • Work and Success of the Ministry
  • On the Promises of God
  • Disputes Reviewed
  • Faith in Christ Inferred from Faith in God
  • Forgiveness of Sin
  • Hope and Fear Balanced
  • On the Catechising of Youth
  • Commemoration of the Fire of London
  • Inquiry into the Nature of Schism
  • Layman’s Reason for Communing with Dissenters
  • Catechism for Children
  • Scripture Catechism in the Method of the Assembly’s
  • Christ’s Favor to Children
  • Memoirs of Mrs. Radford
  • Memoirs of Mrs. Hulton
  • Account of Dr. John Tylston
  • Sermon at Mr. Atkinson’s Ordination
  • Exhortation at Mr. Clark’s Ordination
  • Funeral Sermon on Mr. Owen
  • Funeral Sermon on Dr. Benion
  • Life of Dr. Benion
  • Funeral Sermon on Mr. Tallents
  • Life of Mr. Tallents
  • Funeral Sermon on Mr. Stretton
  • Life of Mr. Lawrence
  • Funeral Sermon for Mr. Stretton
  • Life of Mr. Stretton
  • Funeral Sermon on Mr. Burgess
  • Life of Mr. Burgess
  • Life of Lieut. Illidge
  • Separation without Rebellion
  • A Treatise on Baptism
  • Preface to the Life of the Rev. Thomas Beard
  • Preface to Murray’s Closet Devotions
  • Six Sermons on the Worth of the Soul
  • Sermons and Charges
  • Funeral Sermons
  • Fast Sermons
  • Funeral Sermons on Mr. Matthew Henry

Psalms of David in Metre

  • Author: Matthew Henry
  • Publisher: W. Barnes
  • Publication Date: 1797
  • Pages: 366

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Examine the poetic structure of the Davidic psalms and glean spiritual insights from commentary by Matthew Henry. Read each psalm attributed to David, and learn its meaning and application with—devotionally useful—commentary. Experience the emotional heights and spiritual depth of David’s psalms with this classic exposition.

Family-Hymns: Gathered out of the Best Translations of David’s Psalms

  • Author: Matthew Henry
  • Publisher: Tho. Parkhurst
  • Publication Date: 1702
  • Pages: 122

Sample Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7

Worship God using the Psalms as Matthew Henry arranged them for use in his congregation’s homes. The Psalms are the Bible’s worship manual, and this volume allows you to draw on their poetry and beauty to create an atmosphere of worship and reverence in your mind and in the homes of believers.

Matthew Henry and His Chapel (1662–1900)

  • Author: H.D. Roberts
  • Publisher: The Liverpool Bookseller’s Company
  • Publication Date: 1901
  • Pages: 314

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Get the full story of Matthew Henry’s chapel in Chester, England—an institution to which he dedicated his life. Cover the church’s entire history, from the role of Philip Henry, Matthew’s father, to its bi-centenary at the beginning of the twentieth century.

H.D. Roberts was an early-twentieth-century historian who commented on religious, social, and environmental issues of the day. Among his many works are The Tragedy of the Woman Worker: Wages and the White Slave Traffic, The Story of the Royal Pavilion, Brighton, Including a Description of it as a Hospital for Indian Wounded Soldiers, and The Milling of Cypress Pine in Queensland.

About Matthew Henry

Matthew Henry (1662–1714) was an English Presbyterian minister. His father, also a minister, was ejected under the Act of Uniformity of 1662. Matthew Henry abandoned legal studies for theology and became the minister of a congregation in Chester. He founded the Presbyterian Chapel in Trinity Street. He is best known for his Commentary on the Bible.