2 edition of A Poem, occasioned by hearing the late Reverend George Whitefield preach. found in the catalog.
A Poem, occasioned by hearing the late Reverend George Whitefield preach.
by Sold [by John Green and Joseph Russell] over the auction-room in Queen-Street. in [Boston]
|Other titles||There does the human seraph preaching stand.|
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George Whitefield ( - ) Read freely text sermons and articles by the speaker George Whitefield in text and pdf format. Also known as George Whitfield, was an English Anglican preacher who helped spread the Great Awakening in Britain, and especially in the British North American colonies. In this poem, Wheatley gives the description of the man and his contributions that she felt he had given to the world. She explains through the poem the joy Reverand Whitefield had given to others. She gives her respect to him for his sacrifice to the church and the witness he provided to many.
The Life of the Reverend George Whitefield LUKE TYERMAN Quinta Press The book is neither artistic nor philosophic. I have merely done my utmost to collect information concerning Whitefield, and have related the facts as clearly, concisely, and honestly Schools—“Lecture Churches”—Charles Wesley—Poem on White-. eighteen sermons preached by the late rev george whitefield Series: Unknown Year: Unknown Raiting: 5/ 5 Purchase of this book includes free trial access to where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: SERMON IV. The Gofpel a dying Saint's Triumph. ' i, A Funeral Sermon.
Excerpt from The Life and Times of the Reverend George Whitefield, M.A In regard to the style of this work 1 have nothing to say; except that it is my own way of telling the facts of personal history. The time is not yet come, for the philosophy of Whitefield's s: 1. whitefield at cambuslang. chapter whitefield itinerating. chapter whitefield itinerating in america. chapter whitefield in bermudas. chapter whitefield ranging. the life and times of the reverend george whitefield.
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A Poem, occasioned by hearing the late Reverend George Whitefield preach. Publisher: [Boston]: Sold [by John Green and Joseph Russell] over the auction-room in Queen-Street., . A Poem, occasioned by hearing the late Reverend George Whitefield preach Published: () An Elegy on the much lamented death of the Reverend Mr.
George Whitefield, who died at New-berry-port in New-England, on the 1st day of October, An Elegiac Poem, On the Death of that Celebrated Divine, and Eminent Servant of Jesus Christ, the Late Reverend, and Pious George Whitefield by Phillis Wheatley () Boston: Russell and.
Whitefield had visited America on a number of occasions. This cut appeared on a Boston broadside containing A Poem, occasioned by hearing the late Reverend George Whitefield preach, which both Winslow and Ford date as although Evans dates it A Select Collection of Letters of the Late Reverend George Whitefield: Written to His Most Intimate Friends, and Persons of Distinction, in England, Scotland, Ireland, and America, from the Yearto With an Account of the Orphan-house in Georgia, to the Time of His Death.
In Three Volumes, George Whitefield Eighteenth Century. Find This Book › Find signed collectible books: 'Britain's mercies, and Britain's duty; represented in a sermon preach'd at the new-building in Philadelphia, on Sunday Aug Occasioned by late unnatural rebellion The second edition.'.
Whitefield's Sermons George Whitefield The Seed of the Woman, and the Seed of the Serpent Genesis — “And I will put Enmity between thee and the Woman, and between thy Seed. George Whitefield (). “The Works of the Reverend George Whitefield : Containing All A Poem Sermons and Tracts which Have Been Already Published ; with a Select Collection of Letters Written to His Most Intimate Friends, and Persons of Distinction, in England, Scotland, Ireland, and America, from the Yearto ; Including the Whole Period of His Ministry ; Also, Some Other Pieces.
Early eighteenth-century crowds came to hear George Whitefield by the tens of thousands. When this traveling minister came to town, his meetings were not to be missed. In Philadelphia, a crowd cheered and yelled for George as he stood on a hill outside the central part of the city, mesmerizing the audience with his dynamic message.
A Poem, occasioned by hearing the late Reverend George Whitefield preach Published: () Some reasons given by the Western Association Upon Merrimack River, why they disapprove of the Reverend Mr.
George Whitefield's preaching in the New-England churches. eighteen sermons preached by the late rev george whitefield Purchase of this book includes free trial access to where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. 13 quotes from George Whitefield: 'Lord, help me to begin to begin.', 'If you are going to walk with Jesus Christ, you are going to be opposed.
In our days, to be a true Christian is really to become a scandal.', and 'People want to recommend themselves to God by their sincerity; they think, 'If we do all we can, if we are but sincere, Jesus Christ will have mercy on us.'.
The Online Books Page. Online Books by. George Whitefield (Whitefield, George, ) An online book about this author is available, as is a Wikipedia article. Whitefield, George, A Letter from the Reverend Mr. George Whitefield, to the Reverend Mr. John Wesley, In Answer to His Sermon, Entitled Free Grace (HTML at Evans TCP) Help with reading books-- Report a bad link.
Be aware that THIS BOOK IS NOT THE COMPLETE WORKS OF GEORGE WHITEFIELD. It is a photocopy of only Volume 5 of the Edinburg edition of Whitefield's works. This book does NOT contain "All His Sermons and Tracts", as the title clearly claims. If you are looking for a complete set of Whitefield's sermons and writings, this is NOT s: 3.
The Works of the Reverend George Whitefield, M.A: Containing All His Sermons and Tracts which Have Been Already Published: with a Select Collection of Letters Also, Some Other Pieces on Important Subjects, Never Before Printed; Prepared by Himself for the Press; to which is Prefixed, an Account of His Life, Compiled from His Original Papers and Letters.
"Works. Works. A man get to heaven by works. I would as soon think of climbing to the moon on a rope of sand!" With these words the Rev. George Whitefield summed up his teachings during a. 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. “An Elegiac Poem On the Death of that celebrated Divine, and eminent Servant of Jesus Christ, the Reverend and Learned Mr.
George Whitefield”. Posted in:. On the Death of the Rev. George Whitefield, AN ELEGIAC POEM, On the DEATH of that celebrated Divine, and eminent Servant of JESUS CHRIST, the late Reverend, and pious GEORGE WHITEFIELD, Chaplain to the Right Honourable the Countess of Huntingdon, &c &c.
Rev. George Whitefield () * Benjamin. Franklin. Rev. George Whitefield. It is not hyperbole to describe George Whitefield, the English clergyman who riveted colonists with his dramatic evangelical preaching, as a star celebrity. In our day he would have appeared on the covers of.
People. and. Time. and been interviewed on. Full text of "Memoirs of the life and character of the late Rev.
George Whitefield [microform] of Pembroke College, Oxford, and chaplain to the Right Hon. the Countess of ully selected from his original papers, journals, and letters, illustrated .Other articles where An Elegiac Poem, on the Death of the Celebrated Divine George Whitefield is discussed: Phillis Wheatley: until the publication of “An Elegiac Poem, on the Death of the Celebrated Divine George Whitefield” (), a tribute to Whitefield, a popular preacher with whom she may have been personally acquainted.
The piece is typical of Wheatley’s poetic oeuvre both.The Works of the Reverend George Whitefield, M.A., late of Pembroke-College, Oxford, and Chaplain to the Rt. Hon. the Countess of Huntingdon: containing all his sermons and tracts which have been alread published ; with a select collection of letters to which is prefixed, an account of his life, compiled from his original papers and letters.