Andrew Gray has often been known as an author whose works are thoroughly readable, and the content in The Works of Andrew Gray is no exception. In Gray’s work, the messages included are practical for everyday life and encourage believers in their dedication to being one of Christ’s followers. Gray’s sermons were filled with great detail and the content was so powerful that, in the words of one observer, the listeners’ "hair did stand on end."
Sanctification was a topic of importance for Gray, and he devoted more than 200 pages to explaining its relevance in a Christian’s life. Prayer, salvation, faith, spiritual warfare and communion are just a few of the topics covered in this valuable resource. Reading just one of Gray’s sermons, you can tell his heart for the lost and the desire to see people come to Christ.
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- Preface written by William K. Tweedie
- Detailed list of Sermon topics covered
- The Mystery of Faith Opened
- On the Great Salvation
- On Death
- The Great and Precious Promise
- On the Usefulness of Faith in Advancing Santification
- On the Assurance of Faith
- Directions and Instigations to the Duty of Prayer
- Concerning the Way How A Christian Ought to Keep His Heart
- Arguments for Hearing God's Threatening Rod
- The Spiritual Warfare
- Spiritual Contentment
- Communion Sermons
- Exhortation, before the Communion at Glasgow
- A Speech, before the Communion at Kirklistoun
- A Word of Exhortation, at Serving some Tables at Kirklistoun
- A Letter sent by Mr. Andrew Gray, when on his death-bed, to Lord Warristoun
- Title: The Works of Andrew Gray
- Authors: Andrew Gray and William K. Tweedie
- Publisher: George King
- Publication Date: 1839
- Pages: 508
About the Author
Andrew Gray was born in 1633 and was one of 19 children. At the age of 19 he was declared a candidate for the ministry and was called by the Outer High Kirk in Glasgow in 1653 and remained there until his death in 1656.