In 1640 he prepared for the press and published the collected sermons of Dr John Stoughton (died 1639), which were entrusted to him for the purpose by Stoughton's widow, Jane, daughter of John Browne of Frampton.
He published various separate sermons, including a funeral sermon on Thomas Blake, and:
The Difficulty of, and the Encouragements to a Reformation; a Sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons at the publike fast, Septem. 27. 1643, 1643
Romes Cruelty and Apostacie Declared, in a Sermon Preached on the Fifth of November, 1644, before the Honourable House of Commons, 1645
Vindiciae Legis, a Vindication of the Moral Law . . . (against Antinomians) in twenty-nine lectures at Lawrence Jury,' 1646.
The True Doctrine of Justification Asserted and Vindicated from the Errors of Papists, Arminians, Socinians, and Antinomians, in thirty lectures at Lawrence Jury, (1st edition), 1648.
The True Doctrine of Justification... or, A Treatise of Justification, Including On the Natural Righteousness of God, and Imputed Righteousness of Christ (2nd and 3rd editions), 1651/1654
Spiritual Refining, or, a Treatise of Grace and Assurance (120 sermons), 1652.
CXLV (145) Expository Sermons on the whole 17th chapter of the Gospel according to St. John, 1656
The Scripture Directory for church-officers and people, or, A Practical Commentary upon the whole third chapter of the First Epistle of St. Paul to the Corinthians, to which is annexed the Godly and Natural Man's Choice, &c., 1659.