"Robert Bruce... was one of the most distinguished men whom Scotland has ever produced, and rendered invaluable services to his Church and country... Andrew Melville, his illustrious coadjutor in that great struggle in which they both suffered so much, describes him as a 'hero adorned with every virtue, a constant confessor, and almost martyr of the Lord Jesus.' Livingstone says, 'Mr Robert Bruce I several times heard, and, in my opinion, never man spake with greater power since the Apostles' days' (Preface). The subtitle also notes that these sermons were "Reprinted from the original edition of 1590 and 1591 with collections for his life by Robert Wodrow." The print is reset in the common times font of the nineteenth century and the text "Englished" for easy reading.
Bruce was truly a "Presbyterian prophet" and the power of these 17 sermons (as well as the story of Bruce's life) will not be lost upon the present day reader.
This book is part of SWRB's Rare Hardcover Photocopy Collection. It is also available in a rare cerlox bound photocopy edition at a lower price for US$19.99. This book is also available on Reformation Bookshelf CD 29 at: