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The happiness of the Church

A collection of sermons given by Thomas Adams. This edition was sold by John Grismond, who supplied books to William Corbett.

A Sermon Preached Before His Majestie At Whitehall, March 22, 1617

A sermon on Psalm 95, 'Touching Prostration and Kneeling before God. To which is added a Discourse concerning Kneeling at the Communion'. The practice of kneeling during communion was a controvercial one in the post-reformation period, because the…

Immediate address unto God alone. First delivered in a sermon before his Majesty at Windsor. Since revised and enlarged to a just treatise of invocation of saints.

Richard Montagu (1577-1641) was a controversial English writer. This work was a defense against a claim that he supported praying to saints and angels. Read the full text of this edition here.

The parable of the sower and the seed

An exposition of the parable of the sower in Luke 8. Read the full text of this edition here.

The Kings bath, Affording many sweet and comfortable observations from the baptism of Christ

An exposition of Christ's baptism in Matthew 3. Read the full text of this edition here.

[Jefford on the canticles]

"[Jefford] upon the canticles"

David's Cost

An extended sermon on 2 Samuel 24, 'Wherein euery one, who is desirous to serue God aright, may see what it must cost him'.

Fruitful Sermons Preached by the right Reverend Father, and constant Martyr of Jesus Christ, M. Hugh Latimer

A collection of sermons by Hugh Latimer, a Protestant reformer who was burned at the stake in 1555, during Mary I's reign. The edition pictured is from the St. Nicholas Cathedral Library, now held by Newcastle University.The full text of the less…

A cloud of faithful witnesses, leading to the heavenly Canaan

William Perkins (1558-1602) was a prolific and influential theologan. This text, a sermon on Hebrews 11, was published after Perkins' death by 'by Will. Crashawe, and Tho. Pierson, Preachers of Gods Word: who heard him preach it, and wrote it from…