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First Principles: Happiness and Dignity Rest On Virtue

“The happiness and dignity of man I admit consists in the practice of private virtues, and to this he is stimulated by the rewards promised to such conduct. 94 more words

First Principles

Amos Munson: A Puritan Preacher and Troublemaker

There have been four “Great Awakenings” in American Protestant religious history. Amos Munson, son of Stephen Samuel and Lydia (Bassett) Munson, and the great-grandson of… 420 more words


Do You really want to see Revival?

It is a waste of time for a group of believers to spend long hours begging God for revival. If we ourselves do not intend to reform then we may as well not pray. 36 more words

Natasha's Study: The American Evangelical Story

Today for “Natasha’s Study” I am reviewing the book, The American Evangelical Story: A History of the Movement by Dr. Douglas A. Sweeney.

Why I picked up this book: 1,030 more words

Natasha's Study

Marks of An Authentic Work of the Holy Spirit

From the fourth chapter of First John, Jonathan Edwards established five things as essential in a genuine work of God’s Holy Spirit.

First, a true work of the Spirit raises the “esteem of Jesus that was born of the Virgin, and was crucified outside the gates of Jerusalem; and seems more to confirm and establish believer’s minds in the truth of what the Gospel declares to us of his being the Son of God, and the Savior of men. 267 more words

Devotional Thoughts

People are Religious

I find that when people haven’t found God and do not know the new birth and the Spirit is not on them, yet they have the ancient impulse to worship something.

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Do you Truly Follow The Christ

What’s closest to your heart is what you talk about, and if God’s close to your heart, you’ll talk about Him.

If you never mention the Lord in conversation with each other, isn’t that proof that you aren’t concerned about Him?

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