Life Of John Howe, A.M, By The Rev. W. Urwick D.D., Dublin.
TREATISES AND DISCOURSES
The Redeemer's Tears - One of the most famous of Howe's discourses. Often re-printed.
Union Among Protestants - "That their hearts, might be comforted, being knit together in love, and unto all riches of the full assurance of understanding, to the acknowledgment of the mystery of God and of the Father, and of Christ." - Col. 11:2.
Man's Enmity Against God - "And you, that were sometime alienated and enemies in your mind by wicked works, yet now hath he reconciled." Col. 1:21. and the logical next sermon?...
God's Reconciliation to Man - We have, from the former words of this text, shewn the fearful, horrid state of unconverted sinners; that as such they are alienated and enemies in their mind, by wicked works.......
Of Patience, in Expectation of Future Blessedness - Hebrews x. 36.
"For Ye Have Need of Patience, That After Ye Have Done The Will Of God, Ye Might Receive The Blessing."
Funeral Sermon for Rev. William Bates D.D. deceased July 14th 1699. 'Then said Thomas, whch is called Didymus, unto his fellow disciples,"Let us also go, that we may die with him."' . . . The William Bates site can be seen here.
Funeral Discourse for Death of Queen Mary - Hebrews xii. 23. "And To The Spirits Of Just Men Made Perfect" with a four-line Epigram, composed by Mr. Howe, concluding the sermon.
Sermon on the Death of Margaret, wife of Richard Baxter - preached at Baxter's request, (see dedication). 2 Cor. v. 8. 'We are Confident, I say, and Willing Rather to be Absent from the Body, and to be Present with the Lord'
The Devil's Malice in Inflicting, and Christ's Compassion in Curing, Diseases - Luke 13:16 "And ought not his woman, being a daughter of Abraham, whom Satan hath bound these 18 years, be loosed from her bond on the Sabbath?"
There is one appended here - at least two more in the "Memoir" of Howe's life.
Letter to the Duke of Bedfordshire - re. "punishing debauchery"
EPISTLE DEDICATORY - to Thomas Manton's Sermons on Ephesians. (Second link is to the Manton Website)
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