Posted by on Aug 21, 2019 in George Whitfield Sermon

Sermons by George Whitefield Sermon 59. – The Good Shepherd (A Farewell Sermon – The last sermon which Whitefield preached in London, on Wednesday, August 30th, 1769, before his final departure to America.) John 10:27-28, “My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me. And I give unto them eternal life, and they shall never perish,...

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Posted by on Aug 21, 2019 in George Whitfield Sermon

Sermons by George Whitefield Sermon 58. – The Method of Grace. Jeremiah 6:14, “They have healed also the hurt of the daughter of my people slightly, saying, Peace, peace, when there is no peace. As God can send a nation or people no greater blessing than to give them faithful, sincere, and upright ministers, so the greatest curse that God can possibly...

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Posted by on Aug 21, 2019 in George Whitfield Sermon

Sermons by George Whitefield Sermon 57 – Georgia Sermon (Preached before the Governor, and Council, and the House of Assembly, in Georgia, on January 28, 1770.) Zech. 4:10, “For who hath despised the Day of small things?” Men, brethren, and fathers, at sundry times and in diverse manners, God spake to the fathers by the prophets, before he spoke to...

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Posted by on Jul 24, 2019 in George Whitfield Sermon

Sermons by George Whitefield Sermon 48. – Satan’s Devices 2 Corinthians 2:11, “Lest Satan should get an advantage over us; for we are not ignorant of his devices.” The occasion of these words was as follows: In the church of Corinth there was an unhappy person, who had committed such incest, as was not so much as named among the Gentiles, in...

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Posted by on Jul 24, 2019 in George Whitfield Sermon

Sermons by George Whitefield Sermon 47. – The Great Duty of Charity Recommended. 1 Corinthians 13:8, “Charity never faileth.” Nothing is more valuable and commendable, and yet, not one duty is less practiced, than that of charity. We often pretend concern and pity for the misery and distress of our fellow-creatures, but yet we seldom commiserate...

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