Sermons on Several Occasions, Second Series cover

Sermons on Several Occasions, Second Series

John Wesley (1703-1791)

1. On Eternity
2. On the Trinity
3. God's Approbation of His Works
4. On the Fall of Man
5. On Predestination
6. God's Love to Fallen Man
7. The General Deliverance
8. The Mystery of Iniquity
9. The End of Christ's Coming
10. The General Spread of the Gospel
11. The New Creation
12. The Duty of Reproving Our Neighbour
13. The Signs of the Times
14. On Divine Providence
15. The Wisdom of God's Counsels
16. The Imperfection of Human Knowledge
17. The Case of Reason Impartially Considered
18. Of Good Angels
19. Of Evil Angels
20. Of Hell
21. Of the Church
22. On Schism
23. On Perfection
24. Spiritual Worship
25. Spiritual Idolatry
26. On Dissipation
27. On Friendship with the World
28. In What Sense We Are to Leave the World
29. On Temptation
30. On Patience
31. The Important Question
32. On Working Out Our Own Salvation
33. A Call to Backsliders
34. The Danger of Riches
35. On Dress
36. The More Excellent Way
37. An Israelite Indeed
38. On Charity
39. On Zeal
40. On Redeeming the Time
41. On Family Religion
42. On the Education of Children
43. On Obedience to Parents
44. On Obedience to Pastors
45. On Visiting the Sick
46. The Reward of the Righteous
47. On Pleasing All Men
48. The Duty of Constant Communion
49. Of Former Times
50. What is Man?
51. On Attending the Church Service
52. On Conscience
53. On Faith
54. On God's Vineyard
55. On Riches

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John Wesley, along with his brother Charles, are credited with founding the Methodist denomination. "The following Sermons contain the substance of what I have been preaching for between eight and nine years last past. Every serious man who peruses these, will therefore see, in the clearest manner, what these doctrines are which I embrace and teach as the essentials of true religion." This second series contains sermons concerning important Christian doctrines and practices.