A Textual Index of Puritan & Reformed Sermons
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Burroughs, Jeremiah, Commentary on the Prophesy of Hosea, (Ligonier, PA:  Soli Deo Gloria, n.d.), 699pp.

1:7

Spurgeon, C.H., "The Lord's Own Salvation,"  #2057, MTP 34.673-684.

2:5-7

Spurgeon, C.H., "The Backslider's Way Hedged Up,"  #590, MTP 10.521-532.

2:8-9

Spurgeon, C.H., "The Unknown Giver and the Misused Gifts,"  #2252, MTP 38.181-192.

2:15

Edwards, Jonathan, untitled, Works (BT; Tegg) ii.838-849.

2:19

Boston, Thomas, "The Everlasting Espousals,"  Works, vii.491-519.

2:23

Spurgeon, C.H., "God's People, or Not God's People," together with the text of Rom 9:25,  #2295, MTP 39.72-81.

3:5

Spurgeon, C.H., "The Silken Fetter,"  #888, MTP 15.481-492.

5:15

Edwards, Jonathan, untitled, Works (BT; Tegg) ii.830-838.

Spurgeon, C.H., "The Present Crisis,"  #1483, MTP 25.385-396.

6:1-2

Spurgeon, C.H., "Our Miseries, Messengers of Mercy,"  #400, MTP 7.417-424.

Spurgeon, C.H., "Reasons for Turning to the Lord,"  #1396, MTP 24.61-72.

6:3-4

Spurgeon, C.H., "Constancy and Inconstancy--A Contrast,"  #852, MTP 15.49-60.

6:3

Boston, Thomas, "A Rich Reward to Diligence in Religion,"  (in two sermons),  Works, ix.384-399.

Spurgeon, C.H., "The Blessings of Following On,"  #1246, MTP 21.421-432.

6:4-5

Spurgeon, C.H., "The Rough Hewer,"  #2134, MTP 36.145-156.

6:4

Boston, Thomas, "The Instability of Human Goodness,"  Works, iii.13-21.

6:7

Boston, Thomas, "Of the Breach of the Covenant of Works,"  Part II of "A View of the Covenant of Works from the Sacred Records,"  Works, xi.220-233.

7:9

M'Cheyne, Robert Murray, "Marks, Causes, and Cure of Backsliding,"  Additional Remains, pp. 425-431.

Spurgeon, C.H., "Grey Hairs,"  #830, MTP 14.505-516.

7:16

Whyte, Alexander, "Prayer to the Most High,"  Lord, Teach Us to Pray, pp. 183-193.

8:11

Renwick, James, untitled, Prefaces, Lectures and Sermons, pp. 78-84.

9:1

Case, Thomas, "Spiritual Whoredom,"  discovered in a Sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons Assembled in Parliament upon the Solemn day of Humiliation, May 26, 1647, (London:  Printed by J. Macock for Luke Favvne, 1657), 39pp.

9:3

Renwick, James, untitled, Prefaces, Lectures and Sermons, pp. 287-294.

10:12

Spurgeon, C.H., "Sow to Yourselves,"  #1261, MTP 21.601-612.

Spurgeon, C.H., "The Duty of the Present Hour,"  #1563, MTP 26.577-588.

Williams, Daniel, "What Repentance of National Sins Doth God Require, As Ever We Expect National Mercies?,"  The Morning Exercises, iv.585-616.

11:1

Spurgeon, C.H., see entry at Mt 2:14-15, "Out of Egypt,"  #1675, MTP 28.457-468.

11:3

Spurgeon, C.H., "Heaven's Nurse Child,"  #1021, MTP 17.637-648.

11:4

Spurgeon, C.H., "Bands of Love,"  #934, MTP 16.313-324.

11:8-9

Newton, John, "Motives to Humiliation and Praise,"  Works, v.273-301.

13:5-8

Spurgeon, C.H., "The Prosperous Man's Reminder,"  #1441, MTP 24.601-612.

13:9-10

Cameron, Richard, untitled, Sermons Delivered in Times of Persecution in Scotland, pp. 405-418.  Ed.:  "This sermon was preached on Friday, May 20, 1680, being a day of public fasting and humiliation."

13:9

Renwick, James, in two sermons, Prefaces, Lectures and Sermons, pp. 421-438.

Spurgeon, C.H., "Self-Destroyed, Yet Saved,"  #2425, MTP 41.373-382.

13:14

Spurgeon, C.H., "Consolation from Resurrection,"  #2046, MTP 34.541-552.

14:1-9

Sibbes, Richard, "The Returning Backslider,"  (in sixteen sermons), Works, ii.252-435.

14:1-3

Spurgeon, C.H., "The Joyous Return,"  #2192, MTP 37.121-132.

14:2

Reynolds, Edward, "Israel's Petition in Time of Trouble,"  July 27, 1642, (London:  Geo. Bishop & Robt. White, 1642), 44pp.

14:3

Spurgeon, C.H., "The Orphan's Father,"  #1695, MTP 28.693-700.

14:4

Spurgeon, C.H., "Grace Abounds,"  #501, MTP 9.169-180.

Spurgeon, C.H., "Backsliding Healed,"  #920, MTP 16.145-156.

14:8

Spurgeon, C.H., "Where to Find Fruit,"  #557, MTP 10.121-132.

Spurgeon, C.H., "Idols Abolished,"  #1339, MTP 23.97-108.

Vos, Geerhardus, "The Wonderful Tree,"  Grace and Glory, pp. 1-24  [1st ed.:  pp. 7-33.

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