The Works of Thomas Manton(1620-1677) present an outstanding example of what was most characteristic in the ministry of the English Puritans: careful,solid, warm-hearted applicatory exposition of the scriptures. All of these works are are composed of Sermons-the legacy of a lifetime devote d to the patient and systematic teaching of the application of God's Word. Characterised by great pastoral concern and wisdom, Manton was regarded as one of the greatest of all the Puritan expositors. VOLUME 1-Memoir(a biography of Manton written by William Harris), A Practical Exposition of the Lord's Prayer, The Temptations and Transfiguration of Christ, Christ's Redemption and Eternal Existence. VOLUME 2-An Estimate of Manton(by J.C. Ryle), Sermons on various text including:Farewell Sermon following the Act of Uniformity, Funeral Sermon following the execution of the Reverend Christopher Love, VOLUME 3-Sermons on 2 Thessalonians 2, A practical Exposition of Isaiah 53.