Puritans Sermons

Just click on any Puritan’s name and you would get all their sermons, they are wonderful. Sermons like these are so rare in this 21st century, so take your time to read through and be blessed, you can also freely copy and share with friends, God bless you.

Archibald Alexander

Timothy Shay Arthur

Richard Baxter

Andrew Bonar

Horatius Bonar

Archibald Brown

Samuel Davies  *Most faithful author

Jonathan Edwards 

Edward Griffin

Newman Hall

John Angell James  *Most practical author

John MacDuff  *Best devotional author

J. R. Miller  *Best author on practical Christian living

George Mylne

William Nicholson

John Newton

Edward Payson

J. C. Philpot  *Most experimental & insightful author

Arthur W. Pink  *Best modern author

J. C. Ryle  *Simplest author to read

James Smith

Charles Spurgeon  *Best evangelistic author

William Bacon Stevens

Thomas Watson  *Sweet Puritan author

Octavius Winslow  *Most comforting author

Wilhelmus A’Brakel “The Fear of God”

Thomas Adams, “The Passion of Christ”

American Tract Society

John Abbott, “The Christian Mother”

James Alexander, “The Cultivation of Personal Piety”

James Alexander, “Uses of Chastisement”

Henry Alford, “May Your will be done”

Joseph Alleine, “The Gospel in a Map”

Edward Bickersteth, “Christian Parenting”

David Black, “The Deceitfulness of the Heart”

David Black, “Seeking the Things Which Are Jesus Christ’s”

Robert Bolton, “Heart-Surgery”

Archibald Bonar, “Genuine Piety”

Andrew Bonar, “The Cup of Wrath!”

Thomas Boston, “Death”

Thomas Boston, “The Resurrection”

Thomas Boston, “Hell”

Thomas Bradbury, “Comfort My People”

Thomas Brooks, “Christ’s Love for us”

John Bunyan, “Visions of Heaven and Hell”

Joseph Caryl, “Confession of Sin”

Thomas Charles, “Affliction, Its Use And Benefits”

David Clarkson, “Soul Idolatry”

Milburn Cockrell, “The Master of the World!”

Theodore Cuyler, “God often removes our children!”

Theodore Cuyler, “Christian Recreation and Unchristian Amusement”

Theodore Cuyler “Prevailing Prayer”

R.W. Dale “AMUSEMENTS”

Thomas Doolittle, “Motives to Love Jesus”

Thomas Doolittle, “Eternity”

Anne Dutton’s Letters on Spiritual Subjects  *Best female author

John Eadie, “The Love of God”

John Eadie, “The Ultimate Purpose of Christ’s Love and Death”

John Eadie, “The Savior’s Sympathy with the Afflicted”

Ebenezer Erskine, “The Groans Of Believers Under Their Burdens”

Darryl Erkel, “Practical Wisdom for Calvinists”

John Flavel, “Christ Altogether Lovely”

John Flavel, “The Christian View of Death”

Gadsby, “Waiting at Wisdom’s Gates”

Gospel Standard, “Deliverance from Prison”

Andrew Gray, “A Door Unto Everlasting Life”

A. Hall, “Distress of Mind”

Newman Hall, “The Voice of Jesus in the Storm”

Joseph Hart’s Spiritual Autobiography

Nathaniel Hawthorne, “The Celestial Railroad”

John Kershaw, “Spiritual Blessings in Christ”

F. W. Krummacher, “The Crucifixion”

F. W. Krummacher, “The Abuse of the Doctrine of Free Grace”

Henry Law, “I Am That I Am”

George Lawson, “God’s Agency in War”

Robert Leighton, “Practical Commentary on 1 Peter”

Lachlan MacKenzie, “Once Upon a Time”

C. H. Mackintosh, “God in Everything”

Manning, “Christ, Our Only Rest”

Manning, “Worldly Affections Destructive of Love to God”

Thomas Manton, “Mortified Eyes”

Hugh Martin, “Joyous Spirituality of Christian Pilgrimage”

Robert Murray M’Cheyne, “Conviction of Sin”

Charles McIlvaine, “Preaching Christ”

Matthew Mead, “The Power of Grace in Weaning the Heart from the World”

Matthew Mead, “A Name in Heaven, the Truest Ground of Joy”

F. B. Meyer, “The Blessed Life”

F.C. Monfort, “Mysteries Made Plain Hereafter”

Hannah More, “The Pilgrims” (an allegory)

George Muller, “The Benefits of Meditation”

George Muller, “Convictions and Teachings”

Thomas Murphy, “The Real Power of the Pastor Is in His Earnest Godliness”

Harvey Newcomb, “A Guide to Bible Study”

John Newton, “The Present and Future Rest of True Believers”

John Newton, “The imminent danger and the only sure resource of this nation”

John Newton, “More than a Calvinist”

John Newton, “The School Of Suffering”

John Philip, “The Burden of Sorrow”

John Philip, “The Sorrows of Care”

William Plumer, “Job’s Trials and Mercies”

William Plumer, “The Mystery of Sanctification”

William Plumer, “How God’s people may make great attainments”

William Plumer, “A Sad but Instructive History”

Philip Bennett Power, “The Shadowed Face”

Philip Bennett Power, “Divine Guidance”

Phillip Bennett Power, “Self-Denial”

Elizabeth Prentiss, “Thoughts Concerning the King”

Legh Richmond, “The Dairyman’s Daughter”

Legh Richmond, “The Young Cottager”

William Romaine, “Humility”

Philip Schaff, “Immortality”

William Sprague, “Treatment Due to Young Converts”

Gardiner Spring, “Human Sinfulness”

Gardiner Spring, “Discriminating Grace”

Gardiner Spring, “The Mission of Sorrow”

Gardiner Spring, “Death and Heaven”

Thomas Spurgeon, “Spiritual Worship”

DeWitt Talmage, “The Ministry Of Tears”

William Thompson, “Habit, and the Formation of Character”

William Thoseby, “Foot-prints on the Sands of Time”

William Thoseby, “Heavenly Dew Drops”

Robert Trench, “The Beneficent Design of Affliction”

Thomas Vincent, “Fire and Brimstone in Hell, to Burn the Wicked”

Thomas Vincent, “The Only Deliverer from the Wrath to Come!”

Thomas Vincent, “Christ’s Manifestation of Himself”

Thomas Vincent, “The Vain Securities of the Wicked”

William Walters, “The Theater”

Jared Waterbury, “Joy in God’s Providence”

Thomas Wilcox, “Honey Out of the Rock”

Henrietta Wilson, “Little Things”

Whitmore Winslow, “The Hidden Life”


The reading of good sermons is the most underrated kind of Christian literature on the market today. In former centuries, the reading of sermons was the bulk of the mature Christian’s reading diet. Most Puritan books, for example, are sermons edited for print. Sermon reading keeps believers in the Word, matures the soul, and whets the appetite for good preaching. It promotes Christ-centered thinking, healthy self-examination, and godly piety in every sphere of life. Though nothing can replace the Word preached, sermon reading has one advantage over preaching—the sermons that made it into print are usually the minister’s best! Tolle Lege—”pick up and read” great sermon books, especially those of past centuries that are packed with spiritual meat.” —Joel Beeke

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