Out of His Fulness: Sacramental Sermons of a Notable Covenanter

Out of His Fulness: Sacramental Sermons of a Notable Covenanter

Scottish Highlands Reformed Book Trust

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Sacramental Sermons of  a Notable Covenanter

James Webster was a Scottish covenanting minster who made his mark both as a preacher and as an earnest contender for the faith, taking a leading role in defending the church against falsehood.

The thirteen sermons contained in this volume were taken down by his hearers on sacramental occasions around the turn of the 18th century. They are deeply spiritual sermons consistent with the reputation of Webster, who according to Ebenezer Erskine, was an eminent light that shone with such lustre from his pulpit. Three of the sermons are accompanied by his several addresses to the Lord’s Table on those occasions.

These sermons and accompanying Lord’s Table addresses were captured by hearers of the Rev James Webster, and what they may lack in literary polish, is more than compensated for by their liveliness and unction. Manifestly, they came from lips which had been touched with a live coal from off the divine altar, and a heart aflame with the praises of redeeming love. They were preached in connection with the remembrance of the death of Christ, and set forth the riches of the Covenant of Grace, the glorious person and work of Christ, and the heights and depths of true spiritual experience. 

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