Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God

Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God

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by Jonathan Edwards
     
 

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Note From The Editor Of Classic Domain Publishing:

This sermon is applicable to all Christians, Backsliders, and Non-Christians alike.
It is so easy to apply any given sermon to others and not realize that all sermons are meant for everyone. If you have any sin in your life then it is advisable to read the following sermon from Jonathan Edwards as applicable

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Note From The Editor Of Classic Domain Publishing:

This sermon is applicable to all Christians, Backsliders, and Non-Christians alike.
It is so easy to apply any given sermon to others and not realize that all sermons are meant for everyone. If you have any sin in your life then it is advisable to read the following sermon from Jonathan Edwards as applicable to you - Yes to you. For as you know,

"The wages of sin is death [Hell]." - Romans 6:23

Don't take your salvation for granted. And repent as soon as you see your sin.

"Work out your own salvation in fear and trembling." Philippians 2:12

Don't read this sermon merely for historical or literary purposes. Apply it to your own soul and life. Regardless of what others say - any unrepentant sin can drag you into hell. Don't trust your soul to any man or his teaching. Trust your soul only to God and what He says. Duration in Hell is forever. This is why you absolutely must trust only God's Word about where sin will lead you to.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781499551808
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
05/13/2014
Pages:
36
Sales rank:
431,708
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.07(d)

Meet the Author

Born in East Windsor, Connecticut, in 1703, Edwards was the only son of the Reverend Timothy Edwards and Esther Stoddard Edwards. He was a dedicated student and scholar from his early youth, well before he entered Yale University at the age of thirteen. Despite his scholarly bent, however, he was also philosophical, and he had an appetite for the divine. In 1729, after earning a Master of Divinity from Yale, Edwards succeeded his grandfather, the famed Solomon Stoddard, as full pastor of the First Church of Northampton, Massachusetts. In the twenty-four years that he lived in Northampton, Edwards was deeply concerned with the nature of true religion. Edwards was keenly aware of the fact that true religion had to be lived out, and he set forth to transform his congregation, as well as congregations throughout New England, from believers who only understood Christian doctrine to converted Christians who were truly moved by their beliefs.

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