All of the above sermons were preached during The Great Awakening by Jonathan Edwards and are available in tract form from International Outreach, Inc.
Additonal sermons by Jonathan Edwards are being added at this location:
One of the best accounts of the beginnings of the Great Awakening was written by Edwards in 1736. He entitled it:
We have reproduced A Faithful Narrative here in its entirety, believing that it is one of the most helpful pieces ever written to understand both the nature of true revival and of genuine conversion. We have also added testimonies from people in our time who were converted in a manner very similar to those in the Great Awakening.
Following the Great Awakening Edwards wrote one of his greatest masterpieces Religious Affections. In it Edwards detailed what he believed were and were not signs of those who had been truly converted. In this day of prolific false conversion, we believe it is critical to re-examine the words of Edwards regarding this all important subject. You may download the entire text of Religious Affections by clicking on the pdf icon below.
Edwards also authored a short piece on Directions for Judging of Persons' Experiences to help pastors in discerning the true work of God in the hearts of men as opposed to legal conviction.
These resolutions were made by Edwards during the years
of 1722-1723 when he was about 20 years of age.
written in Stockbridge, Massachusetts and published in 1757.
We invite you to return to this site on a regular basis,
as we will be continually adding additional materials written by Jonathan
Please visit our other web sites The Terrors of Hell, The Torments of Hell, The Narrow Way, and Heaven and Hell.
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