Nineteenth-century vicar John Stock wrote many sermons and inspiring works that have been preserved for future generations of Christians. Stock was passionate about the wisdom of Scripture and deeply inspired by the riches he found therein. He wanted listeners and readers to appreciate it as well. In this collection, Stock shares his insights on the book of Proverbs and how it relates to the way we live our lives, and he also offers a thorough and detailed review of revealed theology.
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I rejoice to see [my desire] accomplished in the present handbook by my respected brother, Mr. Stock. He undertook the labor at my earnest request . . . [and] the book has my cordial approval, which I have shown in the most practical manner by purchasing 500 copies for the use of the young men in the Theological Institute at the Tabernacle. Go forth, thou unpretending teacher of the gospel of the grace of God, and may the Spirit of the Lord go with thee!
—Charles H. Spurgeon, the “Prince of Preachers”
John Russell Stock was a nineteenth-century vicar who served in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, and Finchingfield, Essex. He was also incumbent of Cornish Hall End. He wrote An Exposition of the First Epistle General of St. John. Many of his sermons have also been published as volumes, including The Frailty of Human Greatness and Church and State.