William Gadsby

WILLIAM GADSBY

1773 - 1844

Table of Contents

Completed Sermons (by Date Preached)

Sermon 1: The Great Things God Has Done for His People— Sept. 13, 1838

Sermon 2:      God’s People Led By Him In His Paths—May 21, 1839

Sermon 3:      The Scriptures Rule for Trying The Spirits That Are In the World—May 31, 1840

Sermon 4:      The Sacrifice of Thanksgiving— Nov. 1, 1840

Sermon 5:      The Sentence of Death in Ourselves—May 9, 1841

Sermon 6:      Sanctification in Christ—May 9, 1841

Sermon 7:      The Peculiar People—May 13, 1841

Sermon 8:      The Soul’s Death Unto Sin—May 25, 1841

Sermon 9:     The True Joseph—May 26, 1841

Sermon 10:    The Benediction—June 1, 1841

Sermon 11:    The Church Commended to the Word of God’s Grace—May 31, 1842

Sermon 12:    The Acceptable Year, and Day of Vengeance—June 1, 1842

Sermon 13:    Doing the Will of God, and the Need of Patience—June 15, 1842

Sermon 14:    The Lord’s People Hidden—Aug. 24, 1842

Sermon 15:    The Church Remembered In Her Low Estate—May 25, 1843

Sermon 16:    The Wrestlings of Naphtali—May 28, 1843

Sermon 17:    The Tongue Speaking of Righteousness—June 1, 1843

Sermon 18:    The Mystery of Christ—June 4, 1843

Sermon 19:    Doing All Things In the Name of the Lord Jesus—June 6, 1843

Sermon 20: God Our Salvation—June 14, 1843

Fragmented Sermons (FS) by Date Preached (If available).

These are notes from William Gadsby Sermons, some being nothing more than an accumulation of scrapes, and may give an inadequate representation of the full intent and/or context of the sermon.

FS 1: The Poor and the Needy Seeking Water—Aug. 3, 1823

FS 2: Now Are We the Sons of God—Sept. 19, 1827

FS 3: A Holing Calling—1835

FS 4: Christ and His Church, One—Feb. 1835

FS 5: No Guile in the Spirit, And Keeping Silence—July 18, 1835

FS 6: On Sanctification—Nov. 1835

FS 7: The Wilderness and the Highway—Dec. 13, 1835

FS 8: The Love of God—July 3, 1836

FS 9: Is It Nothing To You? —Aug. 2, 1836

FS 10: Paul and James—1837

FS 11: Brought Through the Fire—Oct. 1837

FS 12: Another—1838

FS 13: A Godly Man—1838

FS 14: The Lord’s People Righteous—1838

FS 15: A Brand Out Of the Fire—Mar. 1839

FS 16: The Faithful God—Jan. 5, 1840

FS 17: God’s People Dwelling Alone—Jan. 26, 1840

FS 18: Who Hath Believed Our Report—Feb. 2, 1840

FS 19: Not Willing That Any Should Perish—Feb. 9, 1840

FS 20: Gather Up the Fragments That Remain, That Nothing is Lost—Mar. 22, 1840

FS 21: To Know Christ—Apr. 19, 1840

FS 22: On Christian Liberty—1842

FS 23: The Cloud of Witnesses—Jan. 9, 1842

FS 24: The Fall of Peter—Aug. 9, 1842

FS 25: At That Time Ye Were Without Christ—Nov 17, 1842

FS 26: The Breaker Passed Before Them—Apr. 18, 1843

FS 27: An Exposition—ca. 1849

No Dates Available:

FS 28: A Rest for the People of God

FS 29: God in Our Nature

FS 30: Going From Jerusalem to Jericho

FS 31: The Body Sown and the Body Raised

FS 32: Threshing the Mountains

FS 33: The Lord Leading and Instructing His People

FS 34: God Is Love

FS 35: Comfort for Spiritual Mourners

FS 36: The Foundation of God Standeth Sure

FS 37: Come and Let Us Reason Together

FS 38: God’s Glory Connected with His People’s Good

FS 39: God A Father

FS 40: The Lord’s Supper

FS 41: Happy Israel

FS 42: The Nature and Ground of Faith

FS 43: Christ’s Invitation to His People

Other Writings (OW’s):

OW’s 1: An Everlasting Task for Arminians

OW’s 2: Gadsby’s Catechism

OW’s 3: The Glory of God’s Grace

OW’s 4: Gadsby’s Questions About the Law

OW’s 5: The Lamentation of a New Born Soul

Selections:

Selection 1: The Pool of Bethesda

Selection 2: The Application of Scripture to the Mind

Selection 3: Strong Faith

Selection 4: The New Law

Selection 5: Why Did Christ Die?

Letters by William Gadsby (By Date Written)

Letter 1: To A Brother Minister—March 1809

Letter 2: To An Aspirant for the Ministry—Oct. 14, 1814

Letter 3: The Pastor to His Flock—Jan. 29, 1829

Letter 4: None Like the God of Jeshurun—Oct. 14, 1829

Letter 5: This God Is Our God For Ever and Ever—Nov. 3, 1829

Letter 6: Faithful and Industrious—Mar. 9, 1830

Letter 7: Love Is Better Than Wine—Nov. 1830

Letter 8: Only God Before—Aug. 8, 1831

Letter 9: The Blessedness of An Everlasting Covenant—Feb. 7, 1832

Letter 10: The Voice of the Truth—Feb. 9, 1833

Letter 11: A Feeling Religion, Not A Brain Religion—June 1834

Letter 12: Hard Work Made Easy—Aug. 12, 1834

Letter 13: Christ Only—Aug. 14, 1834

Letter 14: Hope Maketh Not Ashamed—Feb. 20, 1835

Letter 15: God's College—Jan. 13, 1836

Letter 16: Last Letter to Mr. H. Fowler—July 11, 1838

Letter 17: True Wisdom—Oct. 11, 1838

Letter 18: Reason Baffled—Dec. 10, 1839

Letter 19: Salvation From the Curse—1840

Letter 20: The Two Deeps—1840

Letter 21: Life From A Living Head—Apr. 6, 1840

Letter 22: To Mr. Tiptaft—Dec. 14, 1840

Letter 23: The Malady and the Remedy—April 1841

Letter 24: Ministry Blessed—Aug. 19, 1842

Letter 25: True Benevolence—Oct. 1842

Letter 26: A Frowning Providence—Oct. 14, 1842

Letter 27: The Last Epistle—Oct. 31, 1843




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