3 edition of A century sermon, or, Sketches of the history of the eighteenth century found in the catalog.
Shaw & Shoemaker, 1439Microfiche. New Canaan, CT : Readex. microfiches. (Early American imprints.Second series ; no. 1439)
|Statement||Printed by Read and Morse|
|Publishers||Printed by Read and Morse|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 116 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
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English Preaching in the Late Middle Ages Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1993• Although it is often called athe original distinction between a sermon and a homily was that a sermon was delivered by a clergyman licensed preacher while a homily was read from a printed copy by a.
Dilly page images at HathiTrust•by Samuel Taggart page images at HathiTrust• In his published Journal, John Wesley not only records his extensive travels, but also details the sermons he preached — many in the open air to thousands of listeners.
Daniel Rowlands was born in the year 1713, at Pant-y.
Simpson, John Wesley and others. For example, the instructions of the Directorate-General of Islamic Guidance contained guidelines for the use of loudspeakers in mosques, and other smaller Islamic places of worship like mushalla and langgar. By thus appropriating these forms in print, early eighteenth century conversion narrative writers like novelists began to develop a complex internal subjectivity that was both rooted in internal experience but oriented towards a public space.
That the bishop afterwards bitterly repented of what he did, is very poor consolation indeed.
The prodigal son had no thought of returning to his father's house till he had been humbled by adversity. The very air seemed to breathe sweetness, and my soul glowed with love divine! The Jacobins of this county, I very much fear, are, at this moment making a tool of Methodism 19-20.
Each issue of Representations captures pivotal developments in a surprising variety of fields and makes them available to a wide community of readers. He was content, when journeying in his Master's service, with very poor fare and very indifferent lodgings, he says himself, "We used to travel over hills and or, on our little nags, without anything to eat but the bread and cheese we carried in our pockets, and without anything to drink but water from the springs.
I have some presentiment that my heavenly Father will soon release me from my labours, and bring me to my everlasting rest But I hope that he will continue his gracious presence with you after I am gone. Stuart Holden page images at HathiTrust; US access only• Whitefield had no patience for ecclesiastical polity, no aptitude for pastoral details, Wesley, with a leader-like propensity for building, was always constructing societies, and with a king-like craft of ruling, was most at home when presiding over a class or a conference.
No one understood better than he did, that souls require almost as much attention after they are awakened as they do before, and that in spiritual husbandry there is need of watering as well as planting. Let us keep close to these good old unfashionable doctrines, or many soever contradict and blaspheme. The printed text that results is dangerous and destabilizing to the ruling hierarchy precisely because the prophetic message has found voice in the printed word.
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, by Edward Young page images at HathiTrust• After two years he had paid back his indenture and was able to devote all his energy to preaching.
Spurgeon page images at HathiTrust• Farrar page images at HathiTrust• I dare not go further.
It may suffice to say, that, for any good he seems to have done, his mission was almost useless.