"Whosoever Will"

Herman Hoeksema

Copyright 1945 by Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company.

Assigned to Homer C. Hoeksema. All rights reserved. No part of this book may be used or reprinted in any form without permission from the publisher, except in the case of a brief quotation used in connection with a critical article or review.

For information, address the Reformed Free Publishing Assoc., 4949 Ivanrest Avenue, Grandville, MI 49418-9709.

Library of Congress Catalog Card No. 77-189070 ISBN 0-916206-04-1

First Edition 1945. Reprinted 1972, 1973, 1977, 1980.


As the title of this book may suggest to those that understand, the following pages are intended to set forth the inseparable connection between the certainty that "whosoever will may come," and the truth of God's sovereign grace: the former is based on and rooted in the latter. That it may please the God of our salvation to use this book as a means to comfort those that come to Jesus, to strengthen the weak, to instruct the simple, and to establish those that are tossed to and fro by many winds of doctrine, is the prayer of the author.

H. Hoeksema


  1. Whosoever Will May Come
  2. Coming to the God of our Salvation
  3. Coming to Find Rest
  4. Coming to Drink
  5. Coming to Eat the Bread of Life
  6. Coming to the Liberator
  7. Coming to the Light
  8. Coming to the Resurrection
  9. The Act of Coming
  10. Man's Coming and God's Drawing
  11. Coming and Preaching
  12. God's Drawing and Man's Responsibility
  13. Coming Ever Nearer
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