Inner Peace, Inner Power! (IPIP)
October 27-29, 2017
We neeed to nourish our soul..
As a young man – a teenager, really – Jonathan Edwards set down on paper a series of thoughts and practices to help cultivate growth in grace. (See 2 Peter 3.18) Edwards then re-read this list at least once a week to keep his mind focused and renewed. The result: A man of humble godliness, who was to become a significant spark used to ignite one of the greatest revivals known to history. Even many unbelieving scholars admit Edwards may have been the greatest mind to have been born on the North American continent.
The Resolutions of Jonathan Edwards are still a practical and beneficial tool for spiritual cultivation. But one problem for many is that the early 18th Century language makes it sometimes difficult to grasp what Edwards wrote. I have taken it upon myself to attempt to translate Edwards’ meaning in hopes that these resolutions might be…
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