The Christ-Centered Preaching of Martyn Lloyd-Jones
Classic Sermons for the Church Today
Throughout history, there have been certain figures who have stood the test of time and had an enduring impact on the church at large. One such person was the famed Welsh preacher Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones.
In this carefully curated collection of sermons, contemporary readers are introduced to one of the most influential pastors of the 20th century. Compiled and expertly edited by his daughter and grandson, this powerful anthology will help you learn from “the Doctor’s” prophetic preaching—even today.
Table of Contents
- No Substitute
- From Preaching and Preachers
- The Narrowness of the Gospel (Matthew 7:13–14)
- From Evangelistic Sermons at Aberavon
- The Final Answer to All Our Questions (Romans 8:28)
- From Why Does God Allow War?
- Is the Gospel Still Relevant?
- From Truth Unchanged, Unchanging
- Practicing the Sermon on the Mount (Matt 7:28–29)
- From Studies in the Sermon on the Mount
- Mind, Heart, and Will (Rom 6:17)
- From Spiritual Depression
- My Purpose and Method (Deut 29:29)
- From Great Doctrines of the Bible
- The Christian Message to the World (Eph 2:4)
- From God’s Way of Reconciliation
- The Purpose of Revival (Joshua 4:21–24)
- From Revival
- The Spirit Himself Bears Witness (Rom 8:16)
- From Romans: Exposition of Chapter 8:5–17
- The Only Hope (1 Cor 6:9–11)
- From The Kingdom of God
- He Is Our Peace (Gal 6:14)
- From The Cross
- Where Art Thou? (Genesis 3:9)
- From The Gospel in Genesis
- Seeking the Face of God (Psalm 27)
- From Seeking the Face of God
- Why Christ Had to Suffer (Acts 8:30)
- From Acts: Chapters 1–8
- With Him in the Glory (John 17:24)
- From The Assurance of Our Salvation
- More Than Conquerors (John 4:28–30)
- From Living Water
About the Authors
Christopher Catherwood (PhD, University of East Anglia) is a fellow of the Royal Historical Society and member of both Churchill and St. Edmund’s Colleges at Cambridge University. He was a fellow of the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust in 2010 and medalist in 2014. Christopher lives in a village near Cambridge with his wife, Paulette.