John Gill Tracts and Sermons
GOD'S WORD: THE SCRIPTURES
- The Scriptures: the Only guide in Matters of Religion.
- The Agreement of the Old and New Testament.
- The Sure Performance of Prophecy.
- The Words of David, the Words of Jehovah, Father, Son, and Spirit.
- Faith in God and His Word, the Establishment and Prosperity of His People.
GOD AND GOD'S SOVEREIGNTY
- Jehovah's Prerogative, and His alone, to put away the Sins of His People.
- The Doctrine of Predestination Stated, and Set in the Scripture Light: In Opposition to Mr. Wesley's Predestination Calmly Considered, with a Reply to the Exceptions of the said Writer to The Doctrine of the Perseverance of the Saints.
- Truth Defended, Being an Answer to an Anonymous Pamphlet, Entitled, Some Doctrines in the Supralapsarian Scheme Impartially Examined by the Word of God.
- The Doctrines of God's Everlasting Love to His Elect, and Their Eternal Union with Christ: Together with some other Truths, Stated and Defended, in a Letter to Dr. Abraham Taylor.
- The Love of God, Considered.
GOD'S EVERLASTING COVENANT
The Stability of the Covenant of Grace, the Support of a Believer under Outward and Inward Troubles. Part I The Stability of the Covenant of Grace, the Support of a Believer under Outward and Inward Troubles. Part II
- The Eyes of the Lord Upon, and His Power Engaged on the Behalf of Those Whose Hearts are Upright Towards Him.
MAN'S FALL AND DEPRAVITY
- The Character and End of the Wicked, Considered.
- Jehovah's Declaration, Behold the Man is Become as One of Us, Considered.
- The Plague of a Man's Own Heart, what it is; to Whom Discovered; and the Encouragement given to such Persons to expect the Pardon of all their sins.
THE LORD JESUS CHRIST
- A Dissertation concerning the Eternal Sonship of Christ; Shewing by Whom it has been Denied and Opposed, and by Whom Asserted and Defended in all Ages of Christianity.
- The Fullness of the Mediator.
- Christ a Priest After the Order of Melchizedek.
- a. The Appearance of Christ in Human Nature, and His Discoveries of Himself to His People, Comparable to the Light of the Morning. b. The Appearance of Christ in Human Nature, and His Discoveries of Himself to His People, Comparable to the Light of the Morning, and to the Tender Grass Springing out of the Earth, by Clear Shining after Rain.
- The Infinite Condescension of Jehovah, Manifested in Dwelling on the Earth.
- The Character of a Ruler over Men: Just, Ruling in the Fear of God; Found with Christ.
- Christ the Ransom found.
- Christ the Savior From the Tempest.
- David a Type of Christ.
- Levi's Urim and Thummim Found with Christ.
- The Meat-Offering Typical both of Christ, and of His People.
- The Table and Shew-Bread, Typical of Christ and His Church.
- The Wave-Sheaf Typical of Christ.
- Paul's Farewell Discourse at Ephesus.
- The Law Established by the Gospel.
- The Law in the Hand of Christ.
- The Glory of God's Grace Displayed in its Abounding Over the Aboundings of Sin.
- A Good Hope through Grace.
- The Free Grace of God exalted in the Character of St. Paul.
- Who shall lay anything to the charge of God's Elect? It is God that justifieth.
- The Doctrine of Justification, by the Righteousness of Christ, Stated and Maintained.
- The Doctrine of Imputed Righteousness without works, Asserted and Proved.
- The Necessity of Christ's Making Satisfaction for Sin, Proved and Confirmed.
- The Elect of God, Chosen Vessels of Salvation, Filled with the Oil of Grace.
- A Principle of Grace in the Heart, a Good Thing, Always Tending Toward the Lord God of Israel.
- The Manifestation of Christ, as a Savior to His People, a Cause of Great Joy.
- A Knowledge of Christ, and of Interest in Him, the Support of a Believer in Life and in Death, A Discourse Occasioned by the Decease of Mr. Joshua Hayes.
- The Doctrine of Grace Cleared from the Charge of Licentiousness.
- The Necessity of Good Works unto Salvation, Considered; Occasioned by some Reflections and Misrepresentations of Dr. Abraham Taylor, in a Pamphlet of his lately published, called, An Address to young Students in Divinity, by way of Caution against some Paradoxes, which lead to Doctrinal Antinomianism.
- The Doctrine of the Saints Final Perseverance, Asserted and Vindicated: In Answer to a late Pamphlet, called Serious Thoughts on that Subject.
THE N. T. CHURCH AND PUBLIC WORSHIP
- The Dissenter's Reasons for Separating from the Church of England.
- The Doctrine of the Wheels, in the Visions of Ezekiel, Opened and Explained.
- Solomon's Temple a Figure of the Church; and the Two Pillars, Jachin and Boaz, Typical of Christ.
- The Glory of the Church in the Latter Day.
- Attendance in Places of Religious Worship, Where the Divine Name is Recorded, Encouraged - Morning Sermon. Attendance in Places of Religious Worship, Where the Divine Name is Recorded, Encouraged - Evening Sermon.
- A Discourse on Singing of Psalms as a Part of Divine Worship.
- Views on the Sabbath Question.
- A Declaration of the Faith and Practice of the Church of Christ, in Carter Lane, Southwark, Under the Pastoral care of Dr. John Gill, Read and Assented to at the Admission of Members.
- A Dissertation Concerning The Rise and Progress of Popery.
BAPTISM: A PROFESSION OF THE FAITH OF THE GOSPEL
- Baptism, A Divine Command to be Observed.
- Baptism, A Public Ordinance of Divine Worship.
- The Ancient Mode of Baptizing by Immersion, Plunging, or Dipping into Water, Maintained and Vindicated.
- A Defence of a Book entitled, The Ancient Mode of Baptizing by Immersion, Plunging, or Dipping into Water, &c.
- The Divine Right of Infant-Baptism, Examined and Disproved.
- The Argument From Apostolic Tradition, In Favor of Infant-Baptism, Considered.
- An Essay on Scripture Baptism . . . Infant-Baptism is Destitute of Proof . . . To which is prefixed an address to Micaiah Towgood.
- An Answer To A Welsh Clergyman's Twenty Arguments in Favor of Infant-Baptism.
- Antipedobaptism; or Infant-Baptism, an Innovation.
- A Reply to a Book, entitled, A Defense of the Divine Right of Infant-Baptism.
- Some Strictures on a late Treatise, called, A Fair and Rational Vindication of the Right of Infants to the Ordinance of Baptism.
- Infant Baptism: A Part and Pillar of Popery
- A Dissertation concerning the Baptism of Jewish Proselytes.
- The Duty of a Pastor to his People.
- The Work of a Gospel-Minister recommended to Consideration.
- The Doctrine of the Cherubim Opened and Explained.
- The Form of Sound Words to be held fast.
- The Faithful Minister of Christ Crowned.
THE CHRISTIAN'S DEATH, RESURRECTION, AND FINAL STATE IN HEAVEN
- The Quiet and Easy Passage of Christ's Purchased People Through Death to Glory.
- Job's Creed or Confession of Faith.
- The Head of the Serpent Bruised by the Seed of the Woman.
- A Sermon Occasioned by the Death of Elizabeth Gill.
- A Sermon Occasioned by the Death of Mrs. Mary Fall.
- A Sermon Occasioned by the Death of Mr. Aaron Spurrier, Baptist Minister.
- A Sermon Occasioned by the Death of Mr. Samuel Wilson, Baptist Minister.
- A Sermon Occasioned by the Death of Mr. Benjamin Seward, Esquire.
- The Mutual Gain of Christ and Christians in Their Life and Death.
- The Superior Happiness of the Righteous Dead to that of Living Saints.
- The Saints Desire after Heaven and a Future State of Happiness.
- The Doctrine of the Resurrection, Stated and Defended. In Two Sermons, Preached at a Lecture in Lime-Street.
- The Glorious State of the Saints in Heaven.
- Dying Thoughts: Consisting of A Few Unfinished Hints, Written by Dr. Gill a little before his decease.
- The Moral Nature and Fitness of Things Considered, Occasioned by some passages in the Rev. Mr. Samuel Chandler's Sermon, lately preached to the Societies for the Reformation of Manners.
- The Watchman's Answer to the Question, What of the Night?
- The Practical Improvement of the Watchman's Answer.
- An Essay on the Original of Funeral Sermons, Orations, and Odes.
- An Answer to the Birmingham Dialogue-Writer (Mr. Samuel Bourne, Presbyterian Minister in Birmingham), Part 1.
- An Answer to the Birmingham Dialogue-Writer (Mr. Samuel Bourne, Presbyterian Minister in Birmingham), Part 2.
- To Remember all the Way in which the Lord hath led the Believer, both in Providence and Grace, a Duty Incumbent on him.
- The Presence of God, What it is, and the Means by Which it May be Enjoyed.
- The Dejected Believer's Soliloquy. A Discourse Occasioned by the Decease of Mrs. Ann Button.
- SERMONS PREACHED AT JOHN GILL'S DEATH OR IN VINDICATION OF HIS FAITH & PRACTICE
- A Vindication of the Reverend Mr. John Gill, from the cavils, and insults of an ignorant and impertinent scribbler, about the importance of Rabbinical learning.
- A Grain of Gratitude.
- An Elegy on the Death of the Rev. John Gill, D. D.
- A Elegy on the Death of the Rev. John Gill.
- The Victorious Christian Receiving the Crown
- Dr. Gill and Mr. Brine Vindicated from the charge of Error and Mistake with Respect to Faith in Christ.