Monthly Archives: October 2011

Revival Books to Enflame You for Street Preaching

JOHN WESLEY (Wesleyan Revival Preacher, from 1738 to 1741) 1. Albert Outler’s John Wesley’s Sermons – I will list the sermons Wesley was writing in his study, and preaching from his heart without notes on the streets, during the Wesleyan … Continue reading

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There is a Way That Seems Right to a Man – John Boruff

As I reflected on the various kinds of atheism and agnosticism–both secular and religious–I went to bed sort of disturbed in my mind. I prayed in tongues and felt God’s presence, and then fell asleep. After several hours of sleep, … Continue reading

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Three Great Moves of the Devil Today – John Boruff

The devil is very active these days. From what I see in the Bible, in my theology studies, my dreams and visions, street preaching, and my daily experiences–I’m going to draw some conclusions here. But I think that they are … Continue reading

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A Prophet’s Decree

By the grace of God: I will uphold sound doctrine, love God and man, and live a righteous life. I will repent when I fall, plead the blood of Jesus, and preach the Gospel to every creature. I will put … Continue reading

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A Response to Erik Raymond’s Article: “What I meant by ‘Evangelical Mystic’” (Part 3) – John Boruff

In the comments one person mentioned Edwards as a guy who may have followed this type of thinking. I disagree. And perhaps the comment was not directed at what I am referring to here. In my reading of Edwards he … Continue reading

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The “I’ll Be Honest” Revival – John Boruff

Because I use YouTube regularly to post videos about the Christian life, and open air preaching of the Gospel, I came across a video outreach called “I’ll Be Honest.” It is part of Grace Community Church in San Antonio, Texas, led … Continue reading

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A Response to Erik Raymond’s Article: “What I meant by ‘Evangelical Mystic’” (Part 2) – John Boruff

My emphasis is upon what has become so common today in evangelicalism. What I am referring to is this constant reference to God communicating with people through what seems like every way imaginable with the exception of the Scripture. Often … Continue reading

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