The Way of Salvation

By Charles Finney

Preface

Sermon I - The Rule by Which Guilt of Sin is Estimated

Sermon II - The Self-Hardening Sinner's Doom

Sermon III - The Loss When a Soul is Lost

Sermon IV - God's Anger Against the Wicked

Sermon V - Men Invited To Reason Together With God

Sermon VI - Conscience and the Bible in Harmony

Sermon VII - Salvation Difficult to the Christian, Impossible to the Sinner

Sermon VIII - The Salvation of Sinners Impossible

Sermon IX - Any One Form of Sin Persisted In is Fatal to the Soul

Sermon X - The Wrath of God Against Those Who Withstand His Truth

Sermon XI - The Doom of Those Who Neglect So Great Salvation

Sermon XII - All Things For Good To Those That Love God

Sermon XIII - All Things Conspire For Evil to the Sinner

Sermon XIV - God Has No Pleasure in the Sinner's Death

Sermon XV - The Rich Man and Lazarus

Sermon XVI - The Wants of Man and Their Supply

Sermon XVII - On Believing With The Heart

Sermon XVIII - On Being Holy

Sermon XIX - On Self Denial

Sermon XX - On Following Christ

Sermon XXI - Conditions of Prevailing Prayer

Sermon XXII - An Approving Heart Confidence in Prayer

Sermon XXIII - On Praying Always

Sermon XXIV - On Prayer for the Holy Spirit

Sermon XXV - Afflictions of the Righteous and the Wicked Contrasted