George Whitefield

George Whitefield George Whitefield (1714 - 1770), was a minister in the Church of England and one of the leaders of the Methodist movement.

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Christ the Believer's Husband

By: George Whitefield

Isaiah 54:5

Volume 15, Number 20 (5/12/2013, to 5/18/2013)

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Topics: Biblical TheologySalvationChrist

The Wise and Foolish Virgins

By: George Whitefield

Matthew 25:13

Volume 15, Number 33 (8/11/2013, to 8/17/2013)

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Topics: Gospels and ActsBiblical Theology

The Potter and the Clay

By: George Whitefield

Jeremiah 18:1-6

Volume 15, Number 21 (5/19/2013, to 5/25/2013)

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Topics: ProphetsGodBiblical Theology

The Lord our Righteousness

By: George Whitefield

Jeremiah 23:6

Volume 15, Number 43 (10/20/2013, to 10/26/2013)

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Topics: ProphetsBiblical Theology

The Folly and Danger of Being Not Righteous Enough

By: George Whitefield

Ecclesiastes 7:16

Volume 15, Number 17 (4/21/2013, to 4/27/2013)

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Topics: Poetry and WisdomChristian LivingSalt and Light

Marks of a True Conversion

By: George Whitefield

An Article

Volume 15, Number 29 (7/14/2013, to 7/20/2013)

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Topics: Biblical TheologySalvation

A Penitent Heart, the Best New Year's Gift

By: George Whitefield

Luke 13:3

Volume 15, Number 34 (8/18/2013, to 8/24/2013)

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Topics: Gospels and ActsBiblical Theology

The Necessity and Benefits of Religious Society

By: George Whitefield

Ecclesiastes 4:9-12

Volume 15, Number 16 (4/14/2013, to 4/20/2013)

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Topics: Biblical TheologyPastoral MinistryChristian Living

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