... for why should I be as one that turneth aside by the flocks of thy companions?—Canticles 1.7.
Minister of the Gospel
And Martyr for King Jesus.
The Life of JAMES RENWICK as related in John Howie's Biographia Scoticana.
Traditions of the Covenanters: Chapter 20 by Robert Simpson of Sanquhar.
Preface, Lecture 1, Sermon 1, & Sermon 2 - his first public day work, 1683.11.23.
Preface, Lecture 2, Sermon 3, & Sermon 4.
Sermon 37 - Head 3 - Warning against Hearing Christ’s Competitors. On Canticles 1.7: For why should I be as one that turneth aside by the flocks of thy companions?
Sermon 42 - preached in the shire of Fife, 1688.01.24. On Psalm 45.10: Hearken, O daughter, &c.
Sermon 43 - preached in the shire of Fife, 1688.01.27. On Luke 12.32: Fear not little flock, &c.
Sermon 44 - his last sermon, preached at Borrowstonness, 1688.01.29. On Isaiah 53.1.
The Form and Order of the Admission of Elders.
A Testimony to the Truths of God and to His Cause.
A Testimony Against the Antichristian Toleration, 1688.01.17.
Mr. Renwick's Predictions, in a Letter to Mrs. Jean Hamilton, dated Nov. 18th, 1685.
A Reply to Mr. Robert Langlan's Letter to Gavin Witherspoon, dated Dec. 13th, 1685.
His Testimony & Martyrdom:
The Last Speech & Testimony of Mr. James Renwick as related in the "Cloud of Witnesses," with a Letter to his Christian Friends and Short Account of his Last Words.