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DIVINE LOVE: A Series of Doctrinal, Practical and Experimental Discourses
John Eadie

John Eadie (1810-1876) was not only a brilliant professor and author of outstanding commentaries of Pauline Epistles, but he was first and foremost a Pastor. In this long-buired volume of sermons we see Eadie at his pastoral best, as he expounds the glorious theme of Divine Love. These twelve messages touch on the very height and depth of the love of the Triune God for His underserving, indeed, ill-deserving people.

"The Apostle Paul tells us that it was his prayer that believers would be 'rooted and grounded in love' and would 'know the love of Christ which surpasses knowledge,' (Ephesians 3:18-19) and yet a robust experiential knowledge of the love of the Father, in the Son, by the Spirit eludes many a Christian. Even though we have heard 'Yes, Jesus loves me' from childhood, and have heard of the Father's great love in sending his Son from the time we first memorized John 3:16, it is difficult for us to take in this surpassing love. And thus all the more important for us to hear God's clear overtures of love to us in his Word. It is the experience of this love that matures us.

John Eadie, the respected nineteenth-century Scottish Secession minister-theologian, takes the reader on an edifying journey through this vital biblical theme. - Ligon Duncan


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Table of Contents
The Author's Preface
Sermon on John 3:16 — "God's Love to the World"

The Author's Preface

The Discourses contained in this Volume are in no sense nor aspect critical, but are meant for ordinary readers--for the domestic circle, or the Lord's-day evening. The one effort of the Writer has been, to exhibit clearly and enforce earnestly the mind of the Spirit on this precious and delightful theme. No uniform style of composition has been followed, but the common form of Lectures has been adopted, as best fitted to bring out most naturally and fully the instruction contained in the verses or paragraphs selected for exposition. Some have not the accredited shape of public addresses, as they have never been delivered from the pulpit. But Love is the unvarying text, and who can ever weary of it? It is, in fine, the prayerful hope of the Author, that his readers may be stimulated to adore, with renewed ardor, the manifestations of the DIVINE LOVE towards them, and to feel more powerfully its influence within them, as they strive to obey the first and great command of the law.