The Surprising Work of God

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Thousands of hearts transformed, daily miracles and revelations, an entire town experiencing insuppressible joy at the mention of Jesus’s name.
Do you think it’s impossible? It has happened before and it can happen again. Here, Jonathan Edwards outlines the miraculous events of the Great Awakening. Learn how revival can start in one town and spread like wildfire to an entire country. See how people are convicted of sin and prompted to accept Christ, opening the way for glorious events in their lives.
This is not just the history of one revival. It is a powerful account of the Holy Spirit’s working in people’s lives. Is the Holy Spirit calling you to the same sort of revival in your heart?
Learn how you can…

  • Find the source of truth spiritual healing
  • Witness the untapped, life-changing power of the Holy Spirit
  • Walk with confidence, assured of your salvation
  • Surrender all your cares and lean on only God’s provision
  • Discern and understand the Spirit’s leading

As you grow closer to God, anticipate His surprising work in your life.

Born in East Windsor, Connecticut, Jonathan Edwards (1703–1758) was the only son of the Reverend Timothy Edwards and Esther Stoddard Edwards. He was a dedicated student and scholar from his early youth, well before he entered Yale University at the age of thirteen. In addition to his scholarly bent, he was philosophical, and he had an appetite for the divine. In 1729, after earning a Master of Divinity from Yale, Edwards succeeded his grandfather, the famed ...Read More

Born in East Windsor, Connecticut, Jonathan Edwards (1703–1758) was the only son of the Reverend Timothy Edwards and Esther Stoddard Edwards. He was a dedicated student and scholar from his early youth, well before he entered Yale University at the age of thirteen. In addition to his scholarly bent, he was philosophical, and he had an appetite for the divine. In 1729, after earning a Master of Divinity from Yale, Edwards succeeded his grandfather, the famed Solomon Stoddard, as full pastor of the First Church of Northampton, Massachusetts. In the twenty-four years that he lived in Northampton, Edwards was deeply concerned with the nature of true religion. He was keenly aware of the fact that true religion had to be lived out, and he set forth to transform his congregation, as well as congregations throughout New England, from believers who only understood Christian doctrine to converted Christians who were truly moved by their beliefs.

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