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“When the glorious morning comes” by Jonathan Edwards.

“When the glorious morning comes” by Jonathan Edwards.

“Is Christ Jesus the light of the world? What glorious times will those be when all nations shall submit themselves to Him, when this glorious light shall shine into every dark corner of the earth, and shall shine much more brightly and gloriously than ever before. 110 more words

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Words Have Meaning And Stuff

Name and Place for Tuesday, November 25 (’14)

Many times amid the hubbub circulating on the Internet these days concerning man’s autonomous freewill and ability to choose God, we forget to look to past brothers who have eloquently smashed that concept of “freewill” with such grace and fervor. 452 more words

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Jonathan Edwards and Thanksgiving

“A man must first love God, or have his heart united to Him, before he will esteem God’s good his own, and before he will desire the glorifying and enjoying of God as his happiness.” 592 more words

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Why Are People Worth So Much?

Tuesdays with Edwards!

Jonathan Edwards saw people as being of infinite value because every human being was personally, intentionally, and thoughtfully created by God. In this selection from a sermon he delivered at the ordination of Jonathan Judd titled… 633 more words


Jonathan Edwards: Preacher, Theologian, and Writer

In the 16th Century, England underwent several theological reforms. They switched from Catholicism to Anglicanism. This movement won the hearts of many, but not all. There was a group of people intermingled in this reformation called the Puritans. 1,794 more words


What Does Revival Look Like?

When the First Great Awakening occurred in the 1730s and 1740s, Americans experienced a great outpouring of the Spirit of God. Many cried out in terror from a deep awareness of their sins. 928 more words


The Trinitarian Dependence of Man Upon God

That no flesh should glory in his presence. But of him are ye in Christ Jesus, who of God is made unto us wisdom, and righteousness , and sanctification, and redemption : that, according as it is written, He that glorieth, let him glory in the Lord. 115 more words