Persons Ought to Endeavor to Be Convinced of Sin
Persons Ought to Endeavor to Be Convinced of Sin by Jonathan Edwards. This sermon from Jeremiah 2:23 was first preached in January of 1734-1735 during the awakening which occurred in Northampton during those years. Edwards considered deep conviction of sin critical to the salvation of a sinner, referring to it repeatedly in his Faithful Narrative of the Surprising Work of God. It is a message which is desperately needed today, when large numbers profess to be Christians without ever having had any sensible conviction of sin. 100 copies.
Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God
Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God by Jonathan Edwards. Perhaps the most famous of all of Edwards' sermons, preached at Enfield, Connecticut in 1741 during the Great Awakening. Graphically details the plight of unrepentent sinners ready to drop into the pit of hell. 100 copies.
The Narrow Road that Leads to Life
The Narrow Road that Leads to Life by William C. Nichols. A presentation of the gospel of Jesus Christ consistent with Lordship salvation and Puritan and Reformed evangelism. Emphasizes the character of God; sin and the depravity of the heart; the use of the Law; Jesus Christ presented as prophet, priest, and king; counting the cost; and instructions to the unconverted. 100 copies
The Terrors of Hell
The Terrors of Hell by William C. Nichols. An examination of the Biblical doctrine of hell including: the necessity of hell, a description of hell, the eternity of hell, and an application to believers and unbelievers. One of our most popular tracts. 100 copies.