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Lectures on Revivals of Religion

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ISBN 9780674333925

Publication Date: 01/01/1960

470 pages


Belknap Press


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  • Introduction and Notes by William G. McLoughlin
  • I. What a Revival of Religion Is
  • II. When a Revival Is to Be Expected
  • III. How to Promote a Revival
  • IV. Prevailing Prayer
  • V. The Prayer of Faith
  • VI. Spirit of Prayer
  • VII. Be Filled with the Spirit
  • VIII. Meetings for Prayer
  • IX. Means to Be Used with Sinners
  • X. To Win Souls Requires Wisdom
  • XI. A Wise Minister Will Be Successful
  • XII. How to Preach the Gospel
  • XIII. How Churches Can Help Ministers
  • XIV. Measures to Promote Revivals
  • XV. Hindrances to Revivals
  • XVI. Necessity and Effect of Union
  • XVII. False Comforts for Sinners
  • XVIII. Directions to Sinners
  • XIX. Instructions to Converts
  • XX. Instruction of Young Converts
  • XXI. Backsliders
  • XXII. Growth In Grace

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