The God of All Grace – by Henry Newcome (1627-1695)


It is one thing for Christians to believe God is gracious. It is another for them to understand that God is the God of ALL grace. What does that mean? This extremely encouraging work by Newcome (one of the most popular puritans in his day) will lift your hearts to soar closer to Jesus Christ. It is by way of God’s covenant that he shows himself to be the God of all grace.


The God of All Grace
by Henry Newcome (1627-1695)

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Henry Newcome (1627-1695) was known as the Prince of Preachers in Puritan England. He was one of the most famous pastors in his day, and droves of people came out to hear him preach the word of Christ.

In this mighty work concerning the Covenant of Grace, Newcome centers in on God being the, “God of all grace,” from his main text in 1 Peter 5:10. He shows that we have a description of what God is in and of himself, he is the God of all grace; and what he has done for us, he, “hath called us unto eternal glory by Christ Jesus.” The doctrine he teaches is that it is the great comfort and advantage of a true Christian, in all his addresses to God, to look upon him and go to him as, “the God of all grace.” The Christian, in understanding this central biblical doctrine, will find a deeper understanding of favor with God, and that God bears a special favor to his own people above all others through the Savior Jesus Christ.

An appendix has been annexed to this work concerning the true manner in which Christians ought to conduct themselves in their sickness, stemming from Isaiah 38:22, “What is the sign that I shall go up to the house of the Lord?” Here Newcome demonstrates from Scripture that the chief thing of which a good man accounts in his recovery from sickness, is, that he may, “go up to the house of the Lord,” and give thanks to God for his recovery.

This work is not a scan or facsimile, has been carefully transcribed by hand being made easy to read in modern English, and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.