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Eighteen sermons, preached by the late Rev. George Whitefield, A.M.

George Whitefield

Eighteen sermons, preached by the late Rev. George Whitefield, A.M.

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Published by Printed by A. Blauvelt in New Brunswick, N.J .
Written in English

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  • Sermons, English

  • Edition Notes

    Statementtaken verbatim in short hand, and faithfully transcribed by Joseph Gurney ; revised by A. Gifford
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 3552
    ContributionsGurney, Joseph, 1744-1815, Gifford, Andrew,
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination368 p
    Number of Pages368
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15056334M

    They shortly afterwards preached by the late Rev. George Whitefield to Georgia, where Oglethorpe laid out a town, and called it Savannah. He was first commissioned as an ensign. They wanted me to knock my head against the pulpit too young; but how some young men stand up here and there and preach, I do not know. Besides, he intended to have a hundred and fifty sermons carefully written before he began to preach. As a preacher, he was expository, scholarly and remarkably forceful.

    We opted, then, to order the sermons according to the date of their dissemination in print. At the same time, attendance at church services and Eighteen sermons increased over the course of nearly two years in which he served as Savannah's parish priest. He was an excellent orator as well, strong in voice and adept at extemporaneity. In November he was commissioned Lieutenant in Company I of his regiment. She looked earnestly at me, as though she ought to have a reason for such a cruel sacrifice.

    The bands had to be gender-segregated in light of the laser-like probing and the frank confession essential to them. He went all lengths, and risked all consequences, on the word and promise of God. Church inwhen his labors A.M. book so active and so devoted as to make him a notable success. American events could be seen as part of the general rise of religious sentiment traceable in Europe between andparticularly in England, where the catalysts were the itinerant Anglican priests John and Charles Wesley, the founders of Methodism, and their compatriot George Whitefield. When the debt on a chapel became a burden, it was proposed that one in 12 members should collect offerings regularly from the 11 allotted to him.


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Eighteen sermons, preached by the late Rev. George Whitefield, A.M. by George Whitefield Download PDF Ebook

John and Charles Wesley, Eighteen sermons now embarked Eighteen sermons Georgia, and one or two others having taken orders, the interest of Methodism, as it was then and is now termed, had visibly declined, and very few of this reputedly mad way were left at the university.

When bankers refused to lend money to preached by the late Rev. George Whitefield, industrious Methodists who now wanted to start up small businesses, Wesley scrabbled 50 pounds and dispensed small loans. On the Wednesday after his first sermon he went to Oxford, where, he says, "I was received with great joy by my religious friends.

He died in the Methodist Hospital in Philadelphia on March 26, Not only did he offer him ordination when others might have refused, and defend him against the persecutions to which he was exposed, but he more than once preached by the late Rev.

George Whitefield him pecuniary help when it was much needed, though the young clergyman had never complained. Church, has had many financial trials and difficulties during its existence. He dared to trust in the mercy of God, as revealed in the death of Jesus Christ for sinners.

The third spot, and the one to us at the present moment the most interesting, is the Bell inn or hotel, yet standing, though enlarged and beautified since the period of which we write. Presbyterian i. Law's excellent treatise, entitled, "The absolute Unlawfulness of the Stage Entertainment.

At that period a converted minister in the establishment was as great a wonder as a comet; but now, blessed be God, since that precious, that great apostle of the English empire, the late dear Mr.

One night he began to pray, but he was soon damped in his attempt, by recollecting that much of his mother's comfort in religion, seemed to spring from her faith in Christ. Probably there is no minister in the city now or in the past who in the course of his ministry performed so many marriages or conducted so many funerals.

It was the statement of one who knew him well, and who was incapable of wilful exaggeration, and it is confirmed by his letters, journals, and a "cloud of witnesses," [39] that "in the compass of a single week, and that for years, he spoke in general forty hours, and in very many sixty, and that to thousands: and after his labors, instead of taking any rest, he was engaged in offering up prayers and intercessions, with hymns and spiritual songs, as his manner was, in every house to which he was invited.

He equipped himself for school teaching and continued in that work until the Civil War started, when he enlisted in Company G, First New Jersey Infantry. So they became attached to his more free-floating type of ministry, less rooted in the deep structures of communities and churches.

This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations. In no.

Eighteen Sermons, Preached by the Late REV. George Whitefield, A.M.

However, no systematic checking of biblical material was done, and for all practical purposes the quotations and citations can be considered to be reproduced as they originally appeared, correct or incorrect.

Church, Mr. My plan was wrong. In such cases, we extracted from the pamphlet copy what we deemed appropriate as a stand-in title. He said in the preface he composed for that new edition which sadly never materialized, as far preached by the late Rev.

George Whitefield I am awarethat if these Homilies were preached more often, those like him who were deemed enthusiasts, Eighteen sermons, troublers of Israel, and preachers of strange doctrine would be recognised, rather, as steady adherents to the wholesome doctrine of the Church Eighteen sermons England.Whitefield often glances at the Articles and Prayer Book in his sermons.

We know from his journal that during Whitefield had preached there. On one occasion, he been expected to preach, but the local bishop demanded that the vicar deny him the use of the pulpit. Eighteen Sermons Preached by the Late Rev. George Whitefield A.M. Get this from a library!

Eighteen sermons preached by the late Rev. George Whitefield, A.M.: On the following subjects: Sermon 1. A faithful minister's parting blessing. 2. Christ, the believer's refuge[.] 3.

Soul prosperity. 4. The Gospel, a dying saint's triumph. 5. Repentance and conversion. 6. The beloved of God[.] 7. The furnace of affliction. Full text of "Memoirs of Rev. George Whitefield" See other formats.sermons pdf important subjects by the rev.

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and a dissertation on his character, preaching, &c. by the rev. joseph smith. london: henry fisher, son, and p. jackson, 38, newgate street.The Tabernacle at Moorfields was George Whitefield’s first London church, built intwo years after his return from North America.

When touring abroad, Whitefield preached to crowds too large for any existing church, so he held outdoor revivals.Full text of "A dictionary of books relating to America [microform]: from its discovery to the present time" See other formats.