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Journals of George Whitefield
If Jesus Christ is not God, of the same essence with God the Father and God the Holy Spirit, having all the attributes of the Trinity while on earth as well as while He reigned in Heaven, then we, of all men, are most miserable. And how do we know that He is, and always has been, God from eternity? It is written in the Holy Scriptures.
But what if the version of the Bible w...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published September 1st 1993 by Hodder & Stoughton
(first published January 1st 1960)
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It was fascinating to read the day-to-day Journals of George Whitefield, the Great Awakening minister and early friend of the Wesleys. I really enjoyed his trips to the American colonies and reading his descriptions of various points in New England, the midAtlantic, and Georgia. To have him writing about Lewes DE, and Faggs Manor, PA, and NewCastle, then his impressions of Boston and it's people were so very interesting. It is so difficult to imagine what the Revival he led, was like - with thou ...more
These journals cover the conversion and early ministry of George Whitefield. It was amazing to read about how God used him in his outdoor preaching ministry. He regularly preached to thousands at a time. He suffered from poor health, but even when he was very weak, he was often strengthened when he started to preach.
George Whitefield, also known as George Whitfield, was an English Anglican priest who helped spread the Great Awakening in Britain and, especially, in the British North American colonies. He was one of the founders of Methodism and of the evangelical movement generally. He became perhaps the best-known preacher in Britain and America in the 18th century, and because he travelled through all of the ...moreMore about George Whitefield...