The Revivals of the Eighteenth Century, Particularly at Cambuslang - D. Macfarlan - ebook

The Revivals of the Eighteenth Century, Particularly at Cambuslang - D. Macfarlan - ebook

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This book gives a vivid account of events in and around the small Scottish town of Cambuslang in the spring and summer of 1742.

Many hundreds of people came to faith after experiencing the power of God's Holy Spirit who revealed to them their condition before God and the saving work of Christ available through His death.

Although many of those saved were from a nominally Christian background others had lived previously in open rebellion to God.

The book's contents are drawn mainly from the diaries of the Rev. William McCulloch, the minister of the church in Cambuslang and contemporary letters written by many of those whom the revival touched, both lay persons and clergy.

Whilst the language is in places rather old fashioned the modern reader cannot fail to be struck particularly by the accounts of some the very ordinary people involved.

Chapters 10 and 11 tell often in their own words how the events in Cambuslang changed them completely.

Format: Completely re-typed, original pagination.   312pp
Book Title The Revivals of the Eighteenth Century, Particularly at Cambuslang - D. Macfarlan - ebook
Author Revival Library Books
Type eBook
Date Published Jan 02, 2019
This book gives a vivid account of events in and around the small Scottish town of Cambuslang in the spring and summer of 1742.

Many hundreds of people came to faith after experiencing the power of God's Holy Spirit who revealed to them their condition before God and the saving work of Christ available through His death.

Although many of those saved were from a nominally Christian background others had lived previously in open rebellion to God.

The book's contents are drawn mainly from the diaries of the Rev. William McCulloch, the minister of the church in Cambuslang and contemporary letters written by many of those whom the revival touched, both lay persons and clergy.

Whilst the language is in places rather old fashioned the modern reader cannot fail to be struck particularly by the accounts of some the very ordinary people involved.

Chapters 10 and 11 tell often in their own words how the events in Cambuslang changed them completely.

Format: Completely re-typed, original pagination.   312pp

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