An Autobiography of Charles Finney - Charles Finney - ebook

An Autobiography of Charles Finney - Charles Finney - ebook

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The name of Charles Finney is legendary amongst students of Revival. After experiencing a thorough Christian conversion he received a powerful infilling of the Holy Spirit and subsequently became an unusually gifted itinerant evangelist.

It is claimed (not by himself) that over half a million people came to Christ through his ministry. He had a keen mind, always preached extemporaneously, often without any preparation, and emphasized man's responsibility in salvation.

His ministry was largely conducted in local revival campaigns in New York State in the years of 1824-1832. They were in small towns by today's standards, most being less than a thousand in population. T

he Revival in Rochester in 1842 was the exception. In a population of 10,000 people, around 1,200 were converted, mostly from the educated classes.

Revival phenomena like conviction of sin, crying out to God, and prostrations frequently accompanied his labours.

Later, ill health caused him to travel less and he became a lecturer to ministry candidates and wrote his famous book, 'Lectures on Revival,' which has probably ignited more fires of revival than any other single piece literature in history.

Format: Completely re-typed, original pagination.  400pp
Book Title An Autobiography of Charles Finney - Charles Finney - ebook
Author Revival Library Books
Type eBook
Date Published Jan 02, 2019
The name of Charles Finney is legendary amongst students of Revival. After experiencing a thorough Christian conversion he received a powerful infilling of the Holy Spirit and subsequently became an unusually gifted itinerant evangelist.

It is claimed (not by himself) that over half a million people came to Christ through his ministry. He had a keen mind, always preached extemporaneously, often without any preparation, and emphasized man's responsibility in salvation.

His ministry was largely conducted in local revival campaigns in New York State in the years of 1824-1832. They were in small towns by today's standards, most being less than a thousand in population. T

he Revival in Rochester in 1842 was the exception. In a population of 10,000 people, around 1,200 were converted, mostly from the educated classes.

Revival phenomena like conviction of sin, crying out to God, and prostrations frequently accompanied his labours.

Later, ill health caused him to travel less and he became a lecturer to ministry candidates and wrote his famous book, 'Lectures on Revival,' which has probably ignited more fires of revival than any other single piece literature in history.

Format: Completely re-typed, original pagination.  400pp

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