Remarks upon Mr. George Whitefield proving him a man under delusion

by George Gillespie

Publisher: Printed by B. Franklin, for the author in Philadelphia

Written in English
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  • Whitefield, George, 1714-1770.

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Statementby George Gillespy.
ContributionsBenjamin Franklin Collection (Library of Congress)
LC ClassificationsBX9225.W4 G4
The Physical Object
Pagination24 p. ;
Number of Pages24
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Open LibraryOL6958418M
LC Control Number05024704

Full text of "The life of the Rev. George Whitefield, B.A., of Pembroke College, Oxford" See other formats. The Printer and the Preacher: Ben Franklin, George Whitefield, and the Surprising Friendship that Invented America by Randy Peterson is a book that attempts to explore the friendship of George Whitefield and Benjamin Franklin and how that relationship affected the coming united American states/5. Full text of "Father Chiniquy's dying confession [microform]: made on 16th January, , in presence of Mr. George Lighthall, notary, and Mr. William Grant Stewart, Doctor of Medicine, to which is appended a brief sketch of his life" See other formats IMAGE EVALUATION TEST TARGET (MT-3) V ^ A.// y. (/j /.   George Whitefield kept up a nearly unbelievable pace, speaking in public about one thousand times a year for thirty years. He loved to preach, and one biographer wrote of him, “His whole life may be said to have been consumed in the delivery of one continuous, or scarcely interrupted sermon” (Arnold Dallimore, George Whitefield, ).

  "The Indwelling of the Spirit: The Common Privilege of All Believers" - George Whitefield John –39 — “In the last day, that great [day] of the feast, Jesus stood and cried, saying, If any man thirst, let him come unto me, and drink. A Letter from George Whitefield to John Wesley (Election vs. Free Will) ^ | Dec. 24, I shall only make a few remarks upon your sermon, entitled Free Grace." And before I enter upon the discourse itself, give me leave to take a little notice of what in your Preface you term an indispensable obligation to make it public to. George Whitefield () Matthew - "Then was Jesus led up of the Spirit into the wilderness to be tempted of the devil. And when he had fasted forty days and forty nights, he was afterward an hungered. And when the tempter came to him, he said, If thou be the Son of God, command that these stones be made bread.   In , Whitefield suffered an onslaught of pamphlets aimed against him. This was no new experience to him, for in the six years he had been a minister there had possible been as many as pamphlets directed at him in England and America, in addition to the sermons, magazine articles and news reports attacking him and his work.

Description The Man Who Preached Outside George Whitefield. In The Man Who Preached Outside, follow the great evangelist George Whitefield as he preaches the gospel in Great Britain, crosses the Atlantic in a tall ship to America, and then returns home to preach again. Look out for a man blowing a trumpet, someone fishing, and lots more in this retelling of Whitefield. These things Isaiah said when he saw his glory and spoke of him. Nevertheless even among the chief rulers many believed in him, but because of the Pharisees they did not confess him, lest they should be put out of the synagogue; for they loved the praise of men more than the praise of God. [The people answered, etc.   Asking someone to define Jonathan Edwards' historical and theological legacy can vary from person to person. There is no denying that Edwards was a towering force of intellectual influence in his day. Sadly our public schools have not been kind or fair to him. They greatly underplay his contributions to science and philosophy and wrongly.   The poem that really launched Wheatley to prominence was an elegy, "On the Death of the Rev. Mr. George Whitefield, " The elegy became Phillis' poetic trademark. Twenty of the 46 poems published in her lifetime are about death. Whitefield was a well known minister and evangelist in America and Britain.

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Be the first. A letter to the Reverend Mr. George Whitefield, publickly calling upon him to vindicate his conduct or confess his faults. The Trial Of Mr. Whitefield's Spirit: In Some Remarks Upon His Fourth Journal, Publish'd When He Stay'd In England On Account Of The Embargo [Weller, Samuel] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Trial Of Mr. Whitefield's Spirit: In Some Remarks Upon His Fourth Journal, Publish'd When He Stay'd In England On Account Of The EmbargoAuthor: Samuel Weller. George Whitefield was one such man. On this day, October 14th, inthe Rev.

James Sproat brought a memorial address occasioned by the then recent death of Rev. Whitefield. While Whitefield was himself an Anglican, his influence among Presbyterians in the American colonies was extensive.

(Note: This sermon is in the book Select Sermons of George Whitefield) as though he would have said, “man was made in honor, God make him upright, may do us much service, under God, to make some remarks upon it.

4 “Now the serpent (says the sacred historian). About “On The Death Of The Rev. George Whitefield. ” Phillis Wheatley wrote this for an English Methodist evangelist (), one of the most famous revivalists in America and.

George Whitefield was probably the most famous religious figure of the eighteenth century. Newspapers called him the 'marvel of the age'. Whitefield was a preacher capable of commanding thousands on two continents through the sheer power of his mater: Pembroke College, Oxford. Here is a great list of quotes and sayings from George Whitefield.

There are very few that ever gave this Book of God, the grand charter of salvation, one fair reading through. The reason why the Son of God took upon him our nature was, the fall of our first parents. - George Whitefield. demonstrated that, whatever the significance of Barack Obama’s two terms as our first African American president, we have hardly moved beyond national struggles over race and class.

Failures to indict white policemen accused of the unjust killings of black men precipitated protests and online shouting matches about racial inequality, or just how to talk. Upon my coming home, I was laid on a bed upon the ground near the fire, and I heard them say, ‎ Appears in 25 books from Page - I RECKON that the fufferings of this prefent time are not worthy to be compared with the glory that fhall be revealed in us.

George Whitefield () ' cursed is that man, be he what he may, that continueth not in all things that are written in the book of the law to do them. We are not only to do some things, but we are to do all things, and we are to continue so to do; so that the least deviation from the moral law, according to the covenant of works.

George Whitefield. Whitefield became close friends with Benjamin Franklin. Franklin once estimated that Whitefield, without any amplification, could be heard by more t people.

George Whitefield. In his lifetime, Whitefield preached at le times. He addressed perh, hearers. George Whitefield was born in in Gloucester, England.

His father died when George was just two years old, leaving his mother to keep their inn running and support her family as best as she could. As a young man, Whitefield considered becoming a preacher and spent hours studying his Bible, often reading late into the night.

Shortly before entering Oxford. Quotes › Authors › G › George Whitefield › Left to himself, man is half Left to himself, man is half beast and half devil. Favorite. ← Prev George Whitefield Quotes Next →. Such was George Whitefield's religion.

Comment, I hope, is needless upon it. Time, at any rate, forbids me to dwell on it a moment longer. But surely I think I have shown enough to justify me in expressing a wish that we had many living ministers in the Church of England like George Whitefield.

By Dr, Robert Morey (Submitted by reader) Faithful men of God have always been the object of vicious attacks from hateful and malicious people. They have always been maligned, slandered, denounced, called every evil name in the book, and accused of all wickedness.

Yet, biblical history and Church history remembers these great men of God. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. 1 The Promise of the Eternal Covenant: God's Profound Providence as Revealed in the Genealogy of Jesus Christ (Postexilic Period) (Book 5).

George Whitefield to John Wesley: "No, dear Sir, you mistake." A Letter from George Whitefield to the Rev. John Wesley IN ANSWER TO MR. WESLEY'S SERMON ENTITLED "Free Grace" "But when Peter was come to Antioch, I withstood him to the face, because he was to be blamed" (Gal.

Then, to have respect to God's everlasting covenant, and to throw himself upon the free distinguishing love of that God who changeth not, will make him lift up the hands that hang down, and strengthen the feeble knees.

But without the belief of the doctrine of election, and the immutability of the free love of God. But to proceed: By the seed of the woman, we are here to understand the Lord Jesus Christ, who, though very God of very God, was, for us men and our salvation, to have a body prepared for him by the Holy Ghost, and to be born of a woman who never knew man, and by his obedience and death make an atonement for man's transgression, and bring in an.

A Letter To the Reverend Mr John Wesley: In Answer to his Sermon entitled, Free-Grace. 61 A Vindication and Confirmation of the Remarkable Work of GOD in New-England Being Some Remarks on a late Pamphlet, entitled, “The State of Religion in New-England, since the Rever end Mr George Whitefield’ s Arrival there.”File Size: KB.

Rev. GEORGE WHITEFIELD: and now and then, looking upon him, loving him, and then turning aside to weep. HARRY S. STOUT, Historian. We were warmed by reading George Whitefield’s Journal. Charles Wesley, MS Journal entry Saturday, Aug In fact, the love that George Whitefield expressed toward Charles was sometimes bewildering to Wesley.

Dined at Friend Keen’s, a Quaker and a Christian, and read George Whitefield’s account of God’s dealings with him.

On the death of that celebrated divine, and eminent servant of Jesus Christ, the reverend and learned George Whitefield, Chaplain to the Right Honourable the Countess of Huntingdon, &c. &c.: Who made his exit from this transitory state, to dwell in the celestial realms of bliss, on Sunday, 30th of Septemberwhen he was seized with a fit of the asthma, at Newbury.

George Whitefield, evangelist and leader of Calvinistic Methodists, who has been called the Demosthenes of the pulpit, was born at Gloucester, England, in that if there were no other arguments to prove original sin, the rising of wolves and tigers against man, nay, the barking of a dog against us, is a proof of original sin.

Man is nothing; he hath a free will to go to hell, but none to go to heaven, till God worketh in him" and "you dishonour God by denying election. You plainly make salvation depend, not on God's 'free grace' but on Man's 'free will.'. Issue George Whitefield: 17th c.

Preacher & Revivalist. George Whitefield: From the Editor - The Original Christian History. Kevin A. Miller. When George Whitefield preached his first sermon, at someone complained to the bishop that Whitefield (pronounced WlT-field) had driven 15 people Size: KB.

George Müller--A man who grew up in the faith fast, but not all at once (Part Three) Novem One of my favorite sections of the biography is when A.T.

Pierson presents a list of 24 important steps, steps that he believes were essential in the spiritual formation of George Müller. He left Ireland for England, and notes, “It was during my protracted residence in this city, that the celebrated Mr.

George Whitefield arrived there, upon a visit. Of Mr. Whitefield I had heard much, and I was delighted with an opportunity of seeing, hearing, and conversing with so great a man.5/5(6).

GEORGE WHITEFIELD A CONTINUATION OF THE REVEREND Mr. WHITEFIELD’s JOURNAL, FROM HIS Arrival AT LONDON, TO HIS Departure FROM THENCE ON HIS WAY TO GEORGIA. Third Journal Text v. :Text v2 14 08 Page i. T/F The catalyst of the Great Awakening in America was the English preacher George Whitefield.

True T/F The verdict in the John Peter Zenger trial, a landmark case about freedom of the press, was that Zenger had told the truth and was therefore not guilty of fostering an ill opinion of the government.Whitefield returned to Oxford in March of and on JBishop Benson ordained him.

He placed his hands upon his head -- whereupon George later declared, "My heart was melted down, and I offered my whole spirit, soul and body to the service of God's sanctuary." Whitefield preached his first sermon the following Sunday.A letter from the Reverend Mr.

George Whitefield, to the Reverend Mr. John Wesley, in answer to his sermon, entituled Free grace. and that the rest of Mankind are lest to perish under the Imputation of instead of talking of sinless Perfection as you have done in the Preface of that Book, and making Man's Salvation depend on his own Free.