The Year of Grace - William Gibson - ebook

The Year of Grace - William Gibson - ebook

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This is a very useful work, written fairly early in this revival, which was initially ignited by a cable from the revival that had already broken out in America.

There were tens of thousands of Irish-Americans in America at this time and it is no surprise that the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland sent two of its most prominent and trusted ministers to visit the scenes of awakening.

Professor William Gibson (the author) and Rev William McClure returned with wonderful stories of a 'Pentecost,' a quickening of believers and the evangelising of sinners. More reports, sermons on Revival and prayer meetings for Revival sprung up everywhere.

The first known was begun in Kells near Ballymena by a young man named James McQuilkin who had been strongly affected reading the testimony of George Muller, the man of great faith, as well as hearing of the American outpouring.

He said to himself: 'Why may we not have such a blessed work here?' Then the revival began.u

Upwards of a hundred thousand converts were won to Christ in this great revival. Gibson here records the early period of this tremendous move of God.

Format: Completely re-typed, original pagination, Word.doc, 256pp

Book Title The Year of Grace - William Gibson - ebook
Author Revival Library Books
Type eBook
Date Published Jan 02, 2019
This is a very useful work, written fairly early in this revival, which was initially ignited by a cable from the revival that had already broken out in America.

There were tens of thousands of Irish-Americans in America at this time and it is no surprise that the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland sent two of its most prominent and trusted ministers to visit the scenes of awakening.

Professor William Gibson (the author) and Rev William McClure returned with wonderful stories of a 'Pentecost,' a quickening of believers and the evangelising of sinners. More reports, sermons on Revival and prayer meetings for Revival sprung up everywhere.

The first known was begun in Kells near Ballymena by a young man named James McQuilkin who had been strongly affected reading the testimony of George Muller, the man of great faith, as well as hearing of the American outpouring.

He said to himself: 'Why may we not have such a blessed work here?' Then the revival began.u

Upwards of a hundred thousand converts were won to Christ in this great revival. Gibson here records the early period of this tremendous move of God.

Format: Completely re-typed, original pagination, Word.doc, 256pp

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