The Colour of the Fields, and their Fitness for the Sickle

William Huntington (1745-1813) "Behold, I say unto you, lift up your eyes, and look on the fields, for they are white already to harvest,"? John 4:35. Beloved of God, I AM more and more convinced of the necessity of seeking wisdom, knowledge, and understanding with fresh life, and a supply of every needful grace, from … Continue reading The Colour of the Fields, and their Fitness for the Sickle

(Mostly) #Puritan treatises and #sermons during times of #plague and pestilence. 

NOTES beside the links were added by a poster on PB. Joseph Hall — Comforts Against Public Calamities https://quod.lib.umich.edu/e/eebo/A...oup;rgn=div1;view=fulltext;xc=1;q1=pestilence Samuel Shaw — A Welcome to the Plague and Farewell to Life https://archive.org/details/sufferingchristi00vint/page/258/mode/2up Edward Reynolds — Being a Day of Solemn Humiliation for the Continuing Pestilence https://ota.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/repos...024/A57156/A57156.html?sequence=5&isAllowed=y Thomas Doolittle — A Spiritual Antidote Against Sinful Contagion in Dying Times, a … Continue reading (Mostly) #Puritan treatises and #sermons during times of #plague and pestilence. 

The Great Litany

Just try it, trust me...this is the Great Litany according to the Book of Common Prayer 2019. It's Protestant! Yes, it really is, and perfect for Lenten devotions. The portions in bold italics are responses but I normally pray the entire section including the Supplication on my own. Just a suggestion when praying this Litany, … Continue reading The Great Litany

The Trinity

In the first chapter of Genesis we are taught this truth in the loftiest way possible, and elsewhere, too, it is expressed most gloriously in word and song. He speaks, and it is done; He commands, and it stands fast (Ps. 33:9). He sends out His word, and melts the morsels of ice (Ps. 147:18). … Continue reading The Trinity

Andrew Fuller Deciphered

"Andrew Fuller, who was born in Cambridgeshire in 1754, became a Baptist minister, and is best known for founding the Baptist Missionary Society. Such was his international standing, he was offered honorary doctorates by both Yale and the College of New Jersey - now Princeton - although he turned them down." FULL ARTICLE HERE

The Cross of Calvary

"Here we commemorate the greatest and deepest demonstration of true love the world has ever known. For God looked down upon sorrowing, struggling, sinning humanity and was moved with compassion for the contrary, sheep-like creatures He had made. In spite of the tremendous personal cost it would entail to Himself to deliver them from their … Continue reading The Cross of Calvary