Jonathan Edwards

Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God

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Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God by Jonathan Edwards

Are we still sinners in the hands of an angry God?

"There is no lack of power in God to cast wicked men into hell at any moment. Men's hands cannot be strong when God rises up. The strongest have no power to resist Him, nor can any man escape from His hands. He is not only able to cast wicked men into hell, but He can most easily do it."
Jonathan Edwards, Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God

Christ has thrown the door of mercy wide open, and He stands crying out to all to accept His call. 

In the most famous sermon ever given, Jonathan Edwards presents a clear picture of the predicament of every sinner and lukewarm Christian. Through his words, you can discover much about what it means to follow God.

Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God shows how you can

  • Know you have God's favor
  • Avoid the tricks of the Devil
  • Understand more about what sin really is
  • Avoid the destruction that awaits sinners
  • Realize the need for immediate action
  • Be an intercessor
  • Find your reward in heaven

With compelling words and imagery, Edwards describes the shaky position of those who do not follow Christ and God's urgent call to receive His love and forgiveness today.

"Sometimes an earthly ruler finds it very difficult to subdue a rebel who has found means to fortify himself and has made himself strong by having great numbers of followers. However, it is not so with God. There is no fortress that is any defense from the power of God. Though hand join in hand, and vast multitudes of God's enemies combine and associate themselves, they are easily broken into pieces. They are as great heaps of chaff before the whirlwind (see Isaiah 17:13), or large quantities of dry stubble before devouring flames (See Nahum 1:10).
Jonathan Edwards, Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God


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    Often Referenced, Never Read

    Posted by LowerAlabamaMom on 15th Jun 2016

    This sermon has often been referenced in materials I've read; however I've never read it myself so when I saw this title in the for such a minimal price, I decided to invest in reading it myself. Whether I misunderstood or not, I've had the impression that Jonathan Edward's famous sermon was directed towards those who were non-church goers--openly adulterous, drunken gamblers. Not at all--his sermon was directed towards the church going congregation of a Connecticut town. These people were unmoved by the Holy Spirit in the Great Awakening and their pastor had invited Edwards to preach in hope of bringing them to repentance. Worth reading now.