A Faithful Narrative of the Surprising Work of God - Jonathan Edwards - ebook

A Faithful Narrative of the Surprising Work of God - Jonathan Edwards - ebook

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A Faithful Narrative of the Surprising Work of God is Jonathan Edwards' personal account of the extraordinary awakening that began in 1734 in Northampton, Massachusetts, New England, USA.

It was this revival, and Edwards' reporting of it, that provoked others on both sides of the Atlantic to seek God in prayer for a move of God in their days.

They were not disappointed. Under the leadership of men like Edwards, George Whitefield and John Wesley the church grew very rapidly.

In New England alone ten percent of the total population of 300,000 were added to the churches between 1740 and 1742.

During this time 150 new congregations were formed by Congregational pastors alone in twenty years.

One historian called the work 'the most glorious and extensive revival of religion and reformation of manners' the country had ever known (quoted in J. Edwin Orr's 'The Re-study of Revival and Revivalism' 1981.)

Format:Completely re-typed, original pagination, Word.doc, 20pp of original large, small print, two-columns; 78 A4 pages

Book Title A Faithful Narrative of the Surprising Work of God - Jonathan Edwards - ebook
Author Revival Library Books
Type eBook
Date Published Jan 02, 2019
A Faithful Narrative of the Surprising Work of God is Jonathan Edwards' personal account of the extraordinary awakening that began in 1734 in Northampton, Massachusetts, New England, USA.

It was this revival, and Edwards' reporting of it, that provoked others on both sides of the Atlantic to seek God in prayer for a move of God in their days.

They were not disappointed. Under the leadership of men like Edwards, George Whitefield and John Wesley the church grew very rapidly.

In New England alone ten percent of the total population of 300,000 were added to the churches between 1740 and 1742.

During this time 150 new congregations were formed by Congregational pastors alone in twenty years.

One historian called the work 'the most glorious and extensive revival of religion and reformation of manners' the country had ever known (quoted in J. Edwin Orr's 'The Re-study of Revival and Revivalism' 1981.)

Format:Completely re-typed, original pagination, Word.doc, 20pp of original large, small print, two-columns; 78 A4 pages

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