The Influential Words of Richard Sibbes

Richard Sibbes was one of Puritan England’s most influential theologians. He was ordained in the Church of England, lectured at Holy Trinity Church in Cambridge, and served as the preacher at Gray’s Inn, one of the most well-known pulpits in London.

While serving at Gray’s Inn, Sibbes grew as a preacher and became very influential among other preachers and theologians.

Sibbes’ thoughts, which influenced the writings of Thomas Goodwin, John Cotton, and others, can be found in The Works of Richard Sibbes (7 vols.). On Pre-Pub now, The Works of Richard Sibbes includes over 3,700 pages of his writings including a commentary on 1 and 2 Corinthians, expositions on the Pauline epistles, sermons, a biography on Sibbes, and more.

Here’s what others have said about Richard Sibbes’ writings:

“Sibbes never wastes . . . time. He scatters pearls and diamonds with both hands.”—C. H. Spurgeon

“I shall never cease to be grateful to Richard Sibbes, who was balm to my soul at a period in my life when I was overworked and badly overtired, and therefore subject in an unusual manner to the onslaughts of the devil. . . . I found at that time that Richard Sibbes. . . was an unfailing remedy. His books The Bruised Reed and The Soul’s Conflict quieted, soothed, comforted, encouraged, and healed me.”—Martyn Lloyd Jones

“A ‘soul of goodness’ informs every fiber and filament of his thinking…there is not a page without food for the spiritually hungry.”—Rev. Alexander Ballock Grosart

Be sure to take advantage of this great deal while The Works of Richard Sibbes is on Pre-Pub for just $79.95—that’s under $12 per volume!

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