To whom shall I speak, and give warning, that they may hear? behold, their ear is uncircumcised, and they cannot hearken.—Jer. 6.10

Select Writings



Minister of the Gospel

And Reformer of Christ's Church.


A Sermon on Deuteronomy 2:26-37, concerning God's sovereign Providence, and his Righteousness in Hardening the Hearts of Sinners by Effectual Error, as well as commanding the slaughter of nations rebelling against his will.

A Sermon on Deuteronomy 4:44-5:3, concerning the Holy Law of God, as it was given to the People of Israel in a Covenant, uniting them to him as his People, and standing to the present day as a most Perfect Doctrine to give Pure Light to all the children of God.

A Sermon on Deuteronomy 22:5-8, respecting Men's & Women's Apparel, Cruelty to Animals & Men, and Love to our Neighbours.

A Sermon Excerpt on Deuteronomy 23.18, explaining how nations come to be given over to prostitution and sodomy: Nations like the United States.

A Sermon on Job 32:4-10, concerning Elihu's prudence in listening unto his elders before presuming to speak his own thoughts, wherein are to be found sundry reproofs of young men, who, not minding to flee youthful lusts, are given over to an overgreat fondness of themselves and their own wisdom.

4 Sermons on Isaiah 38, upon the Song that Hezekiah made after he had been sick, and afflicted by the hand of God, useful to instruct those who are under affliction in how they ought to call upon the Lord for deliverance, as well as to instruct those who have been delivered in how they ought to give glory to God so as to make his mercies to be remembered for all time to come; With an Appendix containing a Meditation on Psalm 51, written by another author.

A Sermon on Luke 2.1-14, concerning the Birth of our Lord Jesus Christ. Shewing the great goodness of God to the Shepherds visited by the Angels, and to every one of us, in the sending of Christ into the world, to make known his good will torward men. Declaring also the blessedness of the Grace of Assurance, and why it is needful that we should know God's love to us in particular.

A Sermon on 1 Timothy 2.1-2, concerning the Duty of Civil Rulers to Enforce and Defend the True Religion and True Godliness in their Realms by drawing out the sword against all Heretics and others who trouble the Church, and by strictly punishing whoredom, drunkenness, dancing, stageplays, &c.

A Sermon on 1 Timothy 2:9-11, against Ambition and Pride, overturning the very order of nature in (1) the immodest appareling of men & women, especially the latter with their painting of their faces, decking themselves with gold & jewels, going about in public with their heads uncovered, and clothing themselves in all manner of gorgeous and over-brave apparel; as well as in (2) all usurping of authority without an express call from God, contrary to his very commandment, whether by men or women.

A Sermon on 1 Timothy 2:12-14, concerning (1) the right use of authority, and (2) the original sin of our first father & mother; all tending to promote that godly humility which ought to be exhibited in the life of every Christian man & woman.

A Sermon on 1 Timothy 2:13-15, concerning the true calling of women, the honourableness of housewifery before God, and the purity of God's ordinance of marriage; and likewise shewing the blasphemy and horrible sins into which those fall who despise this blessed vocation.

A Sermon on 1 Timothy 3:1-4, concerning the qualifications for Shepherds in the Church, wherein is discovered the difference between the Popish Clergy with their wicked Hierarchy, and the true Church of Jesus Christ with the faithful ministers thereof.

A Sermon on Titus 2:3-5, on how women ought to conduct themselves, and how all of us in general must take heed to live righteously that the Gospel be not blasphemed on account of our misconduct.


A Short Treatise on The Holy Supper of our Lord Jesus Christ.

The Best Method of Obtaining Concord, Provided the Truth be Sought without Contention. (Concerning the Lord's Supper.)

A Short Instruction for to arm all good Christian people against the pestiferous errours of the common sect of Anabaptists. (Treatise against Anabaptist Schleitheim Confession.)