George Whitefield – The True Way of Keeping Christmas

They cannot be said truly to celebrate this time, who spend their time eating and drinking to excess. This is a season when persons are apt to indulge themselves in all manner of luxury: iniquity now abounds apace; nothing is scarcely to be seen but things of the greatest extravagance imaginable; not only for the … Continue reading George Whitefield – The True Way of Keeping Christmas

George Whitefield – Don’t Be Discouraged by Scoffs and Contempt of Wicked Men

Let none of these things move you; for, though you are thus treated here, consider, you shall in heaven have no discouraging company, nor any but what will be an assistance to you; you will have no scoffer there, all will be ready to join with heart and voice in your everlasting joy and praises. … Continue reading George Whitefield – Don’t Be Discouraged by Scoffs and Contempt of Wicked Men

Letters of Anne Dutton 1692-1765 to George Whitefield

Michael Haykin wrote, ” While there were a number of first-class poetesses in the 18th century, female theological writers from that era are a distinct rarity. This makes the literary legacy of the Calvinistic Baptist, Anne Dutton (1692-1765) extremely significant. Anne Dutton, née Williams, was born in Northampton to godly Congregationalist parents. In her late … Continue reading Letters of Anne Dutton 1692-1765 to George Whitefield

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George Whitefield – The True Way of Keeping Christmas

This is a season when persons are apt to indulge themselves in all manner of luxury: iniquity now abounds apace; nothing is scarcely to be seen but things of the greatest extravagance imaginable; not only for the necessities of the body, but to pamper it in lust, to feed its vices, to make it go … Continue reading George Whitefield – The True Way of Keeping Christmas