Entire book of Luke:

Individual passages (organized by chapter, click to expand):


Boston, Thomas. Of Christ’s Incarnation. (Luke 1:35) – pdf, 15 pp.

Flavel, John. Containing the second motive to enforce the general exhortation, from a second title of Christ. (Luke 1:72) – pdf, 13 pp.

Boston, Thomas. Serving the Lord in Holiness. (Two sermons on Luke 1:74-75) – pdf, 14 pp.


Sibbes, Richard. Angels’ Acclamations (Luke 2:13–14) – pdf, 42 pp.

Howe, John. The General and Special Grace of God, in Order to the Recovery of Apostate Souls. (Three lectures on Luke 2:14) – pdf, 36 pp.

Udall, John. Obedience to the Gospel. (Two sermons on Luke 2:15-20) – txt, 105 pp.

Flavel, John. Opening the sixth motive to come to Christ, contained in the sixth and last title of Christ. (Luke 2:25) – pdf, 9 pp.

Watson, Thomas. How Must We Make Religion Our Business? (Luke 2:49) – pdf, 12 pp.

Manton, Thomas. A sermon on Luke 2:52pdf, 8 pp.


Cole, Thomas. How We May Steer an Even Course Between Presumption and Despair (Luke 3:4–5) – pdf, 20 pp.

Gouge, William. An Exposition Upon the Third of Luke (Luke 3:19–20) – pdf, 2 pp.


Watson, Thomas. The Soul’s Malady and Cure. (Luke 5:31) – pdf, 18 pp.


Vinke, Peter. Protestants Separated for Christ’s Name’s Sake (Luke 6:22) – pdf, 26 pp.

Boston, Thomas. The Sinfulness and Hazard of Profession of Religion Without a Corresponding Practice (Luke 6:46) – pdf, 25 pp.


Boston, Thomas. How the Word is to Be Read and Heard. (Luke 7:18) – pdf, 8 pp.

Sibbes, Richard. The Success of the Gospel (Luke 7:31–35) – pdf, 8 pp.


Clarkson, David. Hearing the Word. (Luke 8:18) – pdf, 19 pp.

Whitefield, George. Directions How to Hear Sermons (Luke 8:18) – pdf, 10 pp.


Baxter, Richard. A Treatise of Self-Denial. (Luke 9:23-24) – pdf, 380 pp.

Boston, Thomas. The Necessity of Self-Denial (Luke 9:23) – pdf, 13 pp.

Whitefield, George. The Extent and Reasonableness of Self-Denial (Luke 9:23) – pdf, 12 pp.

Manton, Thomas. The Transfiguration of Christ (Matthew 17:1-8; Luke 9:28-33) – pdf, 75 pp.

Whitefield, George. Christ’s Transfiguration (Luke 9:28-36) – pdf, 16 pp.

Manton, Thomas. The Faithful Followers of Christ Must Expect Troubles in This World (Luke 9:57-62) – pdf, 27 pp.


Adams, Thomas. Lycanthropy, or, The Wolf Worrying the Lambs. (Luke 10:3) – pdf, 14 pp.

Henry, Matthew. The Work and Success of the Ministry (Luke 10:5-6) – pdf, 13 pp.

Baxter, Richard. Right Rejoicing, or, The Nature and Order of Rational and Warrantable Joy. (Luke 10:20) – pdf, 37 pp.

Mead, Matthew. A Name in Heaven the Truest Ground of Joy. (Luke 10:20) – pdf, 92 pp.

Sibbes, Richard. Mary’s Choice (Luke 10:38–40) – pdf, 10 pp.

Baxter, Richard. The One Thing Necessary. (Luke 10:41) – pdf, 72 pp.

Whitefield, George. The Care of the Soul Urged as the One Thing Needful (Luke 10:42) – pdf, 19 pp.


Henry, Matthew. Forgiveness of Sin as a Debt (Matthew 6:12, Luke 11:4) – pdf, 15 pp.

Watson, Thomas. Of the Fifth Petition of the Lord’s Prayer. (3 sermons on Matthew 6:12; Luke 11:4) – pdf, 53 pp.


Bromhall, Andrew. How is Hypocrisy Discoverable and Curable? (Luke 12:1) – pdf, 19 pp.

Adams, Thomas. The Cosmopolite, or, The World’s Favorite (Luke 12:20) – pdf, 22 pp.

Sibbes, Richard. The Christian’s Watch (Luke 12:37) – pdf, 8 pp.

Boston, Thomas. Readiness for our removal into the other world opened up, urged, and enforced (Luke 12:40) – pdf, 31 pp.

Manton, Thomas. Two sermons on Luke 12:48pdf, 24 pp.

Adams, Thomas. The Fire of Contention, or, The Trouble That Follows the Gospel (Luke 12:49) – pdf, 21 pp.


Clarkson, David. Of Repentance. (Luke 13:3) – pdf, 47 pp.

Whitefield, George. A Penitent Heart, the Best New Year’s Gift (Luke 13:3) – pdf, 17 pp.

Boston, Thomas. The Necessity of Repentance (Luke 13:5) – pdf, 73 pp.

Dent, Arthur. A Sermon of Repentance. (Luke 13:5) – pdf, 31 pp.
An edited version of this sermon was published in The Digital Puritan, Vol.III, No.1.

Clarkson, David. Of Christ Seeking Fruit, and Finding None. (Luke 13:6) – pdf, 69 pp.

Bunyan, John. The Barren Fig-tree. (Luke 13:6-9) – pdf, 36 pp.

Adams, Thomas. The Barren Tree (Luke 13:7) – pdf, 20 pp.

Boston, Thomas. Unfruitful Professors Cut Down as Cumberers of the Ground. (Luke 13:7) – pdf, 6 pp.

Howe, John. Christ’s Compassion in Curing Diseases. (Luke 13:16) – pdf, 27 pp.

Bunyan, John. The Strait Gate. (Luke 13:24) – pdf, 37 pp.


Boston, Thomas. Present Room for Sinners in Christ’s House. (Luke 14:22) – pdf, 13 pp.

Whitefield, George. The Gospel Supper (Luke 14:22-24) – pdf, 16 pp.

Bates, William. The Marriage Feast, part 1. (Luke 14:23) – pdf, 14 pp.

Bates, William. The Marriage Feast, part 2. (Luke 14:23) – pdf, 14 pp.

Bates, William. The Marriage Feast, part 3. (Luke 14:23) – pdf, 8 pp.

Bates, William. The Marriage Feast, part 4. (Luke 14:23) – pdf, 15 pp.

Bates, William. The Marriage Feast, part 5. (Luke 14:23) – pdf, 21 pp.

Boston, Thomas. Gospel-Compulsion (Luke 14:23) – pdf, 15 pp.

Boston, Thomas. The statute law of discipleship (two sermons on Luke 14:26) – pdf, 17 pp.

Clarkson, David. Of Taking up the Cross. (Luke 14:27) – pdf, 64 pp.


Sedgwick, Obadiah. The Parable of the Prodigal. (Luke 15:11-24)
– pdf, 384 pp.

Gouge, William. A Recovery from Apostasy. (Luke 15:32) – pdf, 96 pp.


Edwards, Jonathan. Pressing into the Kingdom of God. (Luke 16:16)txt.

Bunyan, John. Some Sighs from Hell. (Luke 16:19-31) – pdf, 74 pp.

Manton, Thomas. A sermon on Luke 16:25pdf, 11 pp.

Owen, John. The Testimony of the Church is Not the Only Nor the Chief Reason of Our Believing the Scripture to Be the Word of God (Luke 16:29) – pdf, 43 pp.

Manton, Thomas. Two sermons on Luke 16:30-31pdf, 19 pp.

Edwards, Jonathan. The Warnings of Scripture are in the Best Manner Adapted to the Awakening and Conversion of Sinners. (Luke 16:31) – txt.


Lye, Thomas. No Works of Super-Erogation (Luke 17:10) – pdf, 30 pp.

Adams, Thomas. Faith’s Encouragement (Luke 17:19) – pdf, 23 pp.

Wilkinson, Henry. Wherein Are We Endangered by Things Lawful? (Luke 17:27–29) – pdf, 10 pp.

Bridge, William. A Warning to Apostates (Luke 17:32) – pdf, 16 pp.

Edwards, Jonathan. The Folly in Looking Back in Fleeing out of Sodom (Luke 17:32) – pdf, 13 pp.

Manton, Thomas. A sermon on Luke 17:32pdf, 10 pp.


Howe, John. The Parable of the Unjust Judge. (Luke 18:1-8) – pdf, 11 pp.

Boston, Thomas. The Happy Issue of Praying Always and Not Fainting (Luke 18:8) – pdf, 12 pp.

Boston, Thomas. The Necessity of Praying Always and Not Fainting (Luke 18:8) – pdf, 14 pp.

Bunyan, John. The Pharisee and the Publican. (Luke 18:10-13) – pdf, 78 pp.

Whitefield, George. The Pharisee and Publican (Luke 18:14) – pdf, 13 pp.


Boston, Thomas. The Distinguishing Characters of True Believers in Relation to the Happy Effect of Christ’s Good-will in the Word of Grace (Luke 19:5) – pdf, 9 pp.

Whitefield, George. The Conversion of Zaccheus (Luke 19:9-10) – pdf, 15 pp.

Adams, Thomas. The Lost Are Found (Luke 19:10) – pdf, 12 pp.

Manton, Thomas. Two sermons on Luke 19:10pdf, 16 pp.

Manton, Thomas. A sermon on Luke 19:14pdf, 12 pp.

Gray, Andrew. Christ’s Mournful Visit to Obstinate Sinners (Luke 19:41-42) – pdf, 13 pp.

Howe, John. The Redeemer’s Tears Wept Over Lost Souls. (Luke 19:41-42) – pdf, 78 pp.


Tuckney, Anthony. Two sermons on Luke 21:19 – (pdf, 37 pp.)


Manton, Thomas. A Sacrament Sermon (Luke 22:20) – pdf, 12 pp.

Bridge, William. Satan’s Power to Tempt and Christ’s Love to and Care of his People under Temptation (Two sermons on Hebrews 2:18 and three on Luke 22:31-32) – pdf, 94 pp.

Manton, Thomas. A sermon on Luke 22:31-32pdf, 11 pp.

Flavel, John. The third preparative act of Christ for his own death. (Luke 22:41–44) – pdf, 13 pp.

Edwards, Jonathan. Christ’s Agony. (Luke 22:44) – txt.

Udall, John. Peter’s Fall (Two sermons on Matthew 26:34 and Luke 22:56) – txt, 100 pp.


Flavel, John. The second and third preparatives for the death of Christ, by his illegal trial and condemnation. (Luke 23:23–24) – pdf, 13 pp.

Flavel, John. Christ’s memorable address to the daughters of Jerusalem, in his way to the place of his execution. (Luke 23:27–28) – pdf, 13 pp.

Flavel, John. Of the instructiveness of the death of Christ, in his seven last words; the first of which is here illustrated. (Luke 23:34) – pdf, 14 pp.

Manton, Thomas. A sermon on Luke 23:34pdf, 15 pp.

Flavel, John. Of the signal providence, which directed and ordered the title affixed to the cross of Christ. (Luke 23:38) – pdf, 11 pp.

Boston, Thomas. The Extraordinary Case of the Thief on the Cross, No Argument for Delaying Repentance (Luke 23:42) – pdf, 14 pp.

Flavel, John. The third of Christ’s last words upon the cross, illustrated. (Luke 23:43) – pdf, 15 pp.

Bates, William. Richard Baxter’s funeral sermon (Luke 23:46) – pdf, 50 pp.

Bridge, William. Soul-Resignation Into the Hands of God (Luke 23:46) – pdf, 15 pp.

Flavel, John. The seventh and last word which Christ breathed out his soul, illustrated. (Luke 23:46) – pdf, 13 pp.


Charnock, Stephen. A Discourse of the Necessity of Christ’s Death. (Luke 24:26) – pdf, 46 pp.

Charnock, Stephen. A Discourse of the Necessity of Christ’s Exaltation. (Luke 24:26) – pdf, 42 pp.

Flavel, John. The second branch of Christ’s prophetical office, consisting in the illumination of the understanding. (Luke 24:45) – pdf, 13 pp.

Bunyan, John. The Jerusalem Sinner Saved. (Luke 24:47) – pdf, 48 pp.
or, Good News for the Vilest of Men.