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Religious Affections (Classics of Faith & Devotion)

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Book Description

Jonathan Edwards was one of the few truly great theologians of the English-speaking world, an intellectual and spiritual giant. When he began his ministry at Northampton, Massachusetts, New England had drifted from the Puritanism of its founders. 2,924 more words


Blessed Struggle - Genesis 32:24-26

” ‘Jacob was greatly afraid and distressed.’ (Gen. 32:7)
What made Jacob desire a blessing from this person? The extraordinary excellency, wisdom and holiness that appeared in him made Jacob value a blessing from him very much. 212 more words

Michael Stohlmeyer

George Whitefield Sermons, Walking With God.2

Continued, from here

Whitefield then sets forth the outline for the remainder of the sermons
First, What the phrase “walked with God” implies.
Second, The means to “walk with God”. 1,490 more words


False Positive 6—that Religious Affections have an Appearance of Love in Them.

Tuesdays with Edwards!

A Treatise Concerning
Religious Affections is one of Edwards’ most widely read and influential works, and has come to be viewed as a classic in Christian literature; its popularity and influence attested to by the fact that since its original publication in 1746 it has never been out of print. 986 more words


Life Is Worship

How can you expect to dwell with God forever, if you so neglect and forsake Him here?

Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758)

HT: @Thru_The_Word


Sinners in the Hands of An Angry God, a Redux Memory

As a boy I remember hearing my father preach that great sermon, Sinners in the Hands of An Angry God by Jonathan Edwards; Edwards’ text for this quote was Deuteronomy 32:35. 297 more words


"No Continuing City"

“For here have we no continuing city, but we seek one to come.” (Hebrews 13:14, KJV 1900)

I like the KJV translation of this verse.  As follower’s of Jesus Christ, this world is not our home, we consider ourselves strangers and only pilgrims here.  115 more words