3 edition of A sermon preached at Hubbardston, Lord"s Day, July 5, 1812 found in the catalog.
A sermon preached at Hubbardston, Lord"s Day, July 5, 1812
|Statement||by Samuel Gay|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 25501|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||12|
The following vision was printed in a book called The Hope of Zion in about the year for freedom must be given for the Gospel to be preached in the Holy Land. The Lord took the best blood of the nations and planted them on the small islands now called England and Great Britain, and gave them great power in the nations for a thousand. Footnotes. 1. See, for example, the following letters from Missouri church leaders: “The Elders in the Land of Zion to the Church of Christ Scattered Abroad,” The Evening and the Morning Star, July , ; and [William W. Phelps], “To the Elders of the Church of Christ, Who Preach Good Tidings to the World,” The Evening and the Morning Star, July , .
The sermon was preached by Bishop Potter, and the hymn before it was number "The Saints of God." (J. Stainer.) The Holy Communion was administered by Bishop Nichols and the Rev. Louis French; and the Rev. Samuel Hart, D. D., and the Rev. Henry Ferguson. The Recessional was hymn number "For all Thy Saints." (J. Barnby.). On his way to Massachusetts in , preaching as he traveled, George Whitefield on the day before he died, prayed a prayer which said, “Lord Jesus, I am weary in Thy work, but not of Thy work. If I have not yet finished my course, let me go and speak for Thee once .
This sermon is taken from Volume 10 of SWRB's 34 volume set entitled, Puritan (Westminster, Covenanter) Fast Sermons ().. Concerning the complete 34 volume set of Puritan Fast Sermons (), republished by SWRB, Dr. Joel Beeke and Randall Pederson write, "This is a collection of sermons preached to England's Parliament during the glory days of the Puritan preaching . Sermon – Eulogy – Samuel Stillman () was ordained into the ministry in He preached in a Baptist church on James Island, SC shortly after his ordination then in various congregations in New Jersey for a time before becoming the pastor of a .
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