A Basket of Fragments
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This selection of sermons was first published five years after McCheyne’s death. They were compiled from notes taken down by hearers ‘without the least view to publication’, and they bring before us the extemporaneous pleadings with sinners in which few so greatly excelled as did Robert Murray McCheyne. These sermons are stamped with eternity, they are the expression of one upon whose heart the weight of perishing sinners pressed and who earnestly longed for their conversion.
Robert Murray M‘Cheyne was widely regarded as one of the most saintly and able young ministers of his day. Entering Edinburgh University in 1827, he gained prizes in all the classes he attended. In 1831 he commenced his divinity studies under Thomas Chalmers at the Edinburgh Divinity Hall.