Volume 8 contains Manton’s sermons on Psalm 119:98–141, in which the Psalmist wrestles with the love of the law and the help of God needed to keep it. Manton also explores the themes of justice and mercy.
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How hard and successful a student he was, and how frequent and laborious a preacher, and how highly and deservedly esteemed; all this, and more, is commonly known.
Ministers who do not know Manton need not wonder if they are themselves unknown.
The fertility of his mind seems to have been truly astonishing. Every page in his books contains many ideas . . . I regard Manton as a divine of singularly well-balanced, well-proportioned, and scriptural views. . . . As an expositor of Scripture, I regard Manton with unmingled admiration.
Perhaps few men of the age in which he lived had more virtues and fewer failings.