Revivalist and preacher George Whitefield's sermons helped launch the Great Awakening in the American colonies, from New Hampshire to Georgia. This collection of sermons bears witness to Whitefield's zeal for the Gospel and his God-given gift of preaching. Whitefield was an astounding preacher from the beginning. Though slender of build, he stormed in the pulpit as if he were a giant. It was said that his voice startled England like a trumpet blast. His messages were gospel-focused, simple and clear, bold, descriptive, earnest, and filled with pathos and emotion. Some calculate that he preached more than 18,000 sermons - and fewer than ninety have survived in any form. Among those, most notable are The Seed of the Woman and the Seed of the Serpent (Genesis 3:15); Walking with God (Genesis 5:24); Christ, the Believer's Wisdom, Righteousness, Sanctification, and Redemption (1 Corinthians 1:30); The Potter and the Clay (Jeremiah 8:1-6); and The Temptation of Christ (Matthew 4:1-11).