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The Whole Works of Thomas Boston, Vol. 9: Sixty-Six Sermons

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Thomas Boston was a gifted preacher, a master of the biblical languages, an astute theologian, and an enormously influential Presbyterian minister. Jonathan Edwards called him “a truly great divine,” and Joel Beeke writes that “Boston’s sermons are models of sound exegesis combined with experiential piety and admonition.” Boston’s theologically rich and deeply pastoral writings make him essential for thinking Christians today.

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  • Contains 66 sermons
  • Written by an influential Presbyterian minister
  • Infallible Antidotes Against Unbelieving Fears
  • Sin That Which Separates God and Men
  • The Folly of Resisting, the Wisdom of Complying With the Gospel-Call
  • The Nature and Effects of a Weaned Disposition of Soul
  • The Danger of Not Waiting on God After the Due Order
  • The Perfection of Providential Dispensations
  • Fear and Hope Objects of the Divine Complacency
  • Jesus Victorious Over Death
  • The Suitable Improvement of Saints’ Former Experiences
  • Christ, The Father’s Gift to His Chosen People
  • The Christian Weak, Yet Strong
  • The Interesting Inquiry
  • Christ’s Presence With Gospel Ministers
  • Christ’s Invititation to the Labouring and Heaven-Laden
  • Christ a Refreshful Shadow in a Weary Land
  • The Evil and Danger of Halting Between Two Opinions
  • Creation’s Groans Considered and Improved
  • Creation’s Travail and Delivery
  • Faithfulness Towards God Exemplified and Rewarded
  • The Christian Described, the Hypocrite Detected
  • The Statute-Law of Discipleship
  • A Rich Reward to Diligence in Religion
  • The Acceptable Manner of Drawing Near to God
  • The Saints God’s Servants, and His Property
  • God’s Gracious Call and Precious Promise Considered
  • The Nature and Source of Spiritual Life
  • The Folly of Turning Aside from the Lord
  • Jesus Completely Qualified for His Work
  • Jesus a Preacher of Good Tidings to the Meek
  • Jesus Binds Up the Broken-Hearted
  • Jesus Proclaims Liberty to the Captives
  • Jesus Opens the Prison Doors to the Prisoners
  • Title: The Whole Works of Thomas Boston, Vol. 9: Sixty-Six Sermons
  • Author: Thomas Boston
  • Publisher: Aberdeen: George and Robert King
  • Publication Date: 1851
  • Pages: 620

Thomas Boston (1676–1732) was born in Duns, Berwickshire to a devout Presbyterian family. Boston attended the University of Edinburgh and graduated in 1697. He was ordained in 1699 and became a minister in the Presbyterian Church at Simprin. In 1707, he moved from Simprin to Ettrick, Scotland, where he grew in popularity and became well-known for his preaching. Boston served for many years in Ettrick, and became enormously influential in Scottish Presbyterianism. Boston was a prolific author throughout this life, and by the end of the eighteenth century, his works had becoming standard reading for Presbyterian ministers. He is best-known for The Crook in the Lot and Human Nature in Its Fourfold State, based on a series of sermons preached at Simprin.