John Strickland (1601-1670) was a faithful pastor, a Covenanter, and a member of the Westminster Assembly of Divines. Strickland's sermons have a common, unifying theme: the need for further reformation in the church. He first teaches from Psalm 46:7, that in times of the church's opposition, God sides with his church, and takes part with his people against their enemies. As a result, God’s presence with his church secures her in time of danger, and makes her forever invincible (a powerful theme for today's Christian). During times of distress, God would have his people calmly wait on him in his deliverance, and be neither too hasty, nor hopeless concerning it, taken from Jeremiah 29:11. Although such times might be difficult, God is not hasty to redeem his people in an improper time, and he waits to be gracious at the right time, taken from Isaiah 30:18. This is not a scan or facsimile, has been updated in modern English for easy reading and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.
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