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A Basket of FragmentsNotes for Revival

A Basket of Fragments

Notes for Revival

R. M. McCheyne
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Robert Murray McCheyne lived only until his thirtieth year, and yet his preaching continues to impact generations of believers. In the years following his death, his congregation compiled a collection of his sermons from their own personal notes, so eager were they to preserve his writings.

The result is a collection of bite–size sermons characterised by Christ–centred exposition, that testifies to McCheyne’s trust in the Word of God. A Basket of Fragments overflows with wisdom stemming from a love of Scripture and a passionate desire to see people saved. Each portion of clear yet poetic teaching, when savoured, will produce lasting spiritual nourishment.

R. M. McCheyne

About R. M. McCheyne

Robert Murray McCheyne (1813 – 1843) has had a tremendous impact not only on the people of his generation but through his writings ever since. He died in his thirtieth year and in the seventh year of ministry while he was the pastor of St Peter’s Free Church. His epitaph describes him as a man who ‘was honoured by his Lord to draw many wanderers out of darkness into the path of life’.


  • Author: R. M. McCheyne
  • Release Date: March 2019
  • Pages: 336
  • Format: Trade hardback
  • Dimensions: 198 x 130
  • ISBN: 9781527102699
  • Imprint: Christian Heritage
  • Category: Bible Study > Biblical Studies > Biblical Studies General


Do read these pages for the remarkable concern of a pastor for his people and for his intense awareness of eternal realities. The lost person will find the Way here, the disciple will find some fire that is easily lost, and the pastor will find a balance of tender care and uncommon courage for ministry. There are sentences in this book to chase careless and casual ideas far away – like his warning to some ‘you often told me of Christ but you did not tell me enough about my danger’ (P.171) . McCheyne tells both.

Simon Manchester, Former Minister, St Thomas’ Anglican Church, Sydney, Australia

… a banquet of gospel truth. … McCheyne masterfully presents unseen and eternal realities as vividly plain and vitally present. … The Scottish “Ah!” punctuates throughout (some 437 times!) as a token of McCheyne’s own wonder, joy, and gratitude in the gospel, as well as his heartfelt pleading for his hearers to be saved and to grow in the grace and knowledge of Christ.

Matt Kingswood, Pastor, Russell Reformed Presbyterian Church, Ontario, Canada
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