Ridding the Conscience of Pain – A Conscience Void of Offence

Ridding the Conscience of Pain – A Conscience Void of Offence: Journal Entry Dec. 3rd, 1739

“Monday, Dec. 3. Came to North East in Maryland, where I had appointed to preach to-day. Little notice having been given, there were not above fifteen hundred people; but God was with us, and many were deeply affected. Several repeated invitations were sent me to preach at other places. Immediately after sermon, we passed over Susquehannah Ferry, about a mile broad, Continue reading “Ridding the Conscience of Pain – A Conscience Void of Offence”

Personally and Private

I want you to think about the great difference we have in ministers such as Henry Scougal of the late 1600’s and that of today, especially regarding of the concern of people’s souls. What if pastors and elders today cared to practice this (see below)? Would sin be as rampant in the professing Church? Would … Continue reading Personally and Private

God Will Hear Me

My God will Hear Me (Micah 7:7)   Friends may be unfaithful, but the Lord will not turn away from the gracious soul; on the contrary, He will hear all its desires. The prophet says, “Keep the doors of your mouth from her that lies in your bosom. A man’s enemies are the men of his … Continue reading God Will Hear Me