O that unbelievers would learn of faithful Abraham, and believe whatever is revealed from God, though they cannot fully comprehend it! Abraham knew God commanded him to offer up his son, and therefore believed, notwithstanding carnal reasoning might suggest may objections.
It is a poor sermon that gives no offense; that neither makes the hearer displeased with himself nor with the preacher.
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|Birth:||27th December, 1714|
|Death:||30th September, 1770|
George Whitefield was born in Gloucester, England. He was an English preacher who helped spread the Great Awakening in Britain and, especially, in the American colonies. He educated at Pembroke College, Oxford University. In 1740, he traveled to America, where he preached a series of revivals that came to be known as the "Great Awakening". He was probably the most famous religious figure of the 18th century. He exercised influence over thousands in Great Britain and America by his oratory. He wrote several books include: Sermons of George Whitefield, George Whitefield's Journals, The Method of Grace, The Lord Our Righteousness, A Sermon on Regeneration, and Amity in the Middle East.
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