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A sermon preached at the ordination of the Reverend John Eliot, A.M.
|Statement||By his brother, Andrew Eliot, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Fairfield.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 16769.|
|Contributions||Howard, Simeon, 1733-1804., New North Church (Boston, Mass.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||35,  p.|
|Number of Pages||35|
Of course a great many members of the Church were unsound, whilst the sound membership was small. Nor could it have been a hasty, patched-up preparation; for he held his place as a leader still, and when his college life was ended, stood first among his fellows. In a Harvard College graduate, year-old Oliver Peabody, was assigned to the Natick congregation, and a third church structure was built to replace the meetinghouse that was in ruin, with shattered siding and broken windows. He was well dressed, and had altogether a gentlemanly aspect. But I shall try to observe such reticence as the case demands, though not, perhaps, what he would have imposed upon me.
Bell, with the girls, to sewing or other employments. The daughters still live--one in Mississippi, the other in Texas. Bell's advancement in the ministry, which were in the way of others. Thomas Drury under the command of Col.
Fuller is noted today for making a significant contribution to the revitalization of Particular Calvinist Baptist life in late eighteenth century England as well as for being a key figure in the historic turn toward a proliferation of free Protestant missionary societies at the beginning of the Great Century. Bellof Mississippi, A sermon preached at the ordination of the Reverend John Eliot "He was a close student through life, and a careful reader even in his old age. On 7 November the trial of Anne Hutchinson began, and Wilson was there with most of the other ministers in the colony, though his role was somewhat restrained. How many are there who remember yet, the gentle ways in which he won the turbulent and the perverse, to better things; the even gentler ways, in which he led on those whose steps were ordered rightly; the many whom he lifted up when they were down, and cheered when they desponded. Such were the marks of his early years; how full of promise for, how exactly answered by, his future ones.
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Were I able to write, I would move, if I could, the whole Cumberland Presbyterian Church, especially its ministry, by his example, to redoubled diligence in the cause of God. Details of the event are lacking, because the great Boston journalist, John Winthrop was dead, and the next generations of note takers, Increase Mather and Cotton Mather had not yet emerged.
This report was made to the Cumberland Board of Missions, or rather at that time to the General Assembly. For historical context, Kathryn N.
He served in the company of Capt. Nor was all this labor lost. So, perhaps, he thought.
His convictions, as has already been said, pointed him to our own Church, as the home of his rest; but he had never yet come in contact with it, nor had it been presented to him as a living reality.
Donnell says that he was licensed inand ordained in The sentiments of Wilson are not specifically expressed in the letter, though several writers have inferred that his sentiments were the same as A sermon preached at the ordination of the Reverend John Eliot.
By the same authority it was also ordered, that Wilson's salary, until the arrival of his wife, should be 20 pounds a year. He discusses the influence of the Puritan preaching on the rise A.M. book the Great Evangelical Awakening: Look at the next century, the eighteenth century, and the great Revival, the great Evangelical Awakening, associated in the country with people like Whitefield and the Wesleys, Daniel Rowland and Howell Harries, and others, and in America with Jonathan Edwards….
This sermon provided the impetus for the Fundamental Orders adopted in Januarythe frame of government for the colony until There were several full sisters, besides a number of half brothers and sisters.
Also the morning before he died he urged my son, who did not wish to leave him, to fill his place at one of his stated appointments for preaching about three miles off, and when my son returned and reported to him that he had done so, it seemed to relieve and satisfy him.
The daughters still live--one in Mississippi, the other in Texas. Joseph Paugenit Jr. Murray states that the Puritan movement in England believed so firmly in revivals of religion as the great means by which the Church advances in the world. In a year or two they moved to the neighborhood of what is now Nashville, and settled there.
I know that ordinarily one shrinks from it, and would veil such sacred things from view. How many are there who remember yet, the gentle ways in which he won the turbulent and the perverse, to better things; the even gentler ways, in which he led on those whose steps were ordered rightly; the many whom he lifted up when they were down, and cheered when they desponded.
So we should think. He was an unusually thoughtful and conscientious man. Eastern Connecticut State University in Willimantic, Connecticutalso named a residence hall for upperclassmen after Occom.
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