George Whitehead

George Whitehead

George Whitehead (1636-1723) was one of the most well-known and influential ministers in the early Society of Friends. He was convinced of the Truth when only 17 years old, and through faithfulness grew quickly in the life and power of Christ. In his services for the gospel he was frequently abused and persecuted by unreasonable and wicked men. He was imprisoned many times and once publicly whipped for his testimony to the Truth, but through all he clung to the cross, and became a pillar and elder in the church of God, constantly laboring for the advancement of Truth and many times appearing before kings and magistrates to plead the cause of his persecuted brethren.

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George Whitehead (1636-1723) was one of the most well-known and influential ministers among the early Society of Friends. He was convinced of the Truth when only 17 years old, and through faithfulness grew quickly in the life and power of Christ. In his services for the gospel he was frequently abused and persecuted by unreasonable and wicked men. He was imprisoned many times and once publicly whipped for his testimony to the Truth, but through all he clung to the cross, and became a pillar and elder in the church of God, constantly laboring for the advancement of Truth and many times appearing before kings and magistrates to plead the cause of his persecuted brethren.

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Selection from the Journal of George Whitehead

George Whitehead

George Whitehead (1636-1723) was one of the most well-known and influential ministers among the early Society of Friends. He was convinced of the Truth when only 17 years old, and through faithfulness grew quickly in the life and power of Christ. In his services for the gospel he was frequently abused and persecuted by unreasonable and wicked men. He was imprisoned many times and once publicly whipped for his testimony to the Truth, but through all he clung to the cross, and became a pillar and elder in the church of God, constantly laboring for the advancement of Truth and many times appearing before kings and magistrates to plead the cause of his persecuted brethren.

Friends Library Publishing exists to freely share the writings of early members of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers), believing that no other collection of Christian writings more accurately communicates or powerfully illustrates the soul-transforming power of the gospel of Jesus Christ.

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Selection from the Journal of George Whitehead

George Whitehead

Selection from the Journal of George Whitehead

An excerpt from the Journal of George Whitehead, relating his honest pursuit of virtue and the true knowledge of God from his youth, the inward experience of the Lord’s sanctifying work in his heart, and the beginning of is ministerial labors, being sent out by the Lord to preach the gospel in the demonstration and power of the Spirit.

  • 61 pages
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George Whitehead (1636-1723) was one of the most well-known and influential ministers in the early Society of Friends. He was convinced of the Truth when only 17 years old, and through faithfulness grew quickly in the life and power of Christ. In his services for the gospel he was frequently abused and persecuted by unreasonable and wicked men. He was imprisoned many times and once publicly whipped for his testimony to the Truth, but through all he clung to the cross, and became a pillar and elder in the church of God, constantly laboring for the advancement of Truth and many times appearing before kings and magistrates to plead the cause of his persecuted brethren.

Friends Library Publishing exists to freely share the writings of early members of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers), believing that no other collection of Christian writings more accurately communicates or powerfully illustrates the soul-transforming power of the gospel of Jesus Christ.

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The Christian Progress of George Whitehead

George Whitehead

George Whitehead (1636-1723) was one of the most well-known and influential ministers in the early Society of Friends. He was convinced of the Truth when only 17 years old, and through faithfulness grew quickly in the life and power of Christ. In his services for the gospel he was frequently abused and persecuted by unreasonable and wicked men. He was imprisoned many times and once publicly whipped for his testimony to the Truth, but through all he clung to the cross, and became a pillar and elder in the church of God, constantly laboring for the advancement of Truth and many times appearing before kings and magistrates to plead the cause of his persecuted brethren.

Friends Library Publishing exists to freely share the writings of early members of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers), believing that no other collection of Christian writings more accurately communicates or powerfully illustrates the soul-transforming power of the gospel of Jesus Christ.

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The Christian Progress of George Whitehead

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The Christian Progress of George Whitehead

The Journal of George Whitehead, relating his pursuit of the living God from a child, his growth in grace and usefulness to the church, and his many appearances before kings and magistrates to plead the cause of his persecuted brethren.

  • 292 pages
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