God At Work [Jonathan Edwards]
Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758) stands as a giant in Christian history and literature. He was ordained to the ministry of the Congregational Church, at Northampton, Massachusetts in 1727. His ministry was blessed by a remarkable religious revival, which led to his writing several books on the subject analyzing the experience. Among them was the work "Distinguishing Marks of a Work of the Spirit of God" offered here in abridged form and easy to contemporary English. In some ways this book is an historical account, highlighting the movement of God among people he pastored and walked with daily. More importantly this is Edwards work on what revival meant to him, practically and theologically.
This work is very helpful in describing what biblical revival looks like, especially for 21st Century Christians who have forgotten the meaning of revival and can often misinterpret the workings of the Holy Spirit in our churches today.
Publisher: Alethia Publication