John Conran

John Conran

Until his mid 30’s, John Conran (1739-1827) was a zealous member of the Church of England, but longing after inward purity and a real transformation of soul, he began to attend meetings of the Society of Friends, and there was powerfully confronted by the Spirit of God. Being awakened to his true spiritual condition, and his need for Christ’s baptism in the Holy Spirit and fire, he “denied himself, picked up his cross, and followed Christ,” and so became a vessel of honor in the Lord’s house. His struggles were many and arduous, both with the enemies of his own soul, and with the declining condition of the Society of Friends. But John Conran kept the faith, and finished his race as a testimony to the heart-cleansing power of grace.

Yet those things which I had suffered were only as a beginning of sorrows; the ground of the heart was not to be lightly turned up, the gospel plough was to be introduced, and the fallow ground broken up, and I was to sow no more among thorns. The terrors of God’s judgments were often set before my mind, and made such deep impressions as I believe will never be erased. It is a truth past all contradiction with me, that the Divine Spirit will not dwell in a temple which He has not previously cleansed in a great degree.

- John Conran

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Until his mid 30’s, John Conran (1739-1827) was a zealous member of the Church of England, but longing after inward purity and a real transformation of soul, he began to attend meetings of the Society of Friends, and there was powerfully confronted by the Spirit of God. Being awakened to his true spiritual condition, and his need for Christ’s baptism in the Holy Spirit and fire, he “denied himself, picked up his cross, and followed Christ,” and so became a vessel of honor in the Lord’s house. His struggles were many and arduous, both with the enemies of his own soul, and with the declining condition of the Society of Friends. But John Conran kept the faith, and finished his race as a testimony to the heart-cleansing power of grace.

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The Journal of John Conran

John Conran

Until his mid 30’s, John Conran (1739-1827) was a zealous member of the Church of England, but longing after inward purity and a real transformation of soul, he began to attend meetings of the Society of Friends, and there was powerfully confronted by the Spirit of God. Being awakened to his true spiritual condition, and his need for Christ’s baptism in the Holy Spirit and fire, he “denied himself, picked up his cross, and followed Christ,” and so became a vessel of honor in the Lord’s house. His struggles were many and arduous, both with the enemies of his own soul, and with the declining condition of the Society of Friends. But John Conran kept the faith, and finished his race as a testimony to the heart-cleansing power of grace.

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.

Download this and other books for free at www.friendslibrary.com.

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The Journal of John Conran

John Conran

The Journal of John Conran

The Journal of John Conran, giving an account of his remarkable conversion from nominal Christianity to become an unreserved follower of Christ, his powerful experiences of the Lord’s judgments mixed with mercy, and his travels and trials in the work of the ministry.

  • 174 pages
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Until his mid 30’s, John Conran (1739-1827) was a zealous member of the Church of England, but longing after inward purity and a real transformation of soul, he began to attend meetings of the Society of Friends, and there was powerfully confronted by the Spirit of God. Being awakened to his true spiritual condition, and his need for Christ’s baptism in the Holy Spirit and fire, he “denied himself, picked up his cross, and followed Christ,” and so became a vessel of honor in the Lord’s house. His struggles were many and arduous, both with the enemies of his own soul, and with the declining condition of the Society of Friends. But John Conran kept the faith, and finished his race as a testimony to the heart-cleansing power of grace.

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.

Download this and other books for free at www.friendslibrary.com.

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Selection from the Journal of John Conran

John Conran

Until his mid 30’s, John Conran (1739-1827) was a zealous member of the Church of England, but longing after inward purity and a real transformation of soul, he began to attend meetings of the Society of Friends, and there was powerfully confronted by the Spirit of God. Being awakened to his true spiritual condition, and his need for Christ’s baptism in the Holy Spirit and fire, he “denied himself, picked up his cross, and followed Christ,” and so became a vessel of honor in the Lord’s house. His struggles were many and arduous, both with the enemies of his own soul, and with the declining condition of the Society of Friends. But John Conran kept the faith, and finished his race as a testimony to the heart-cleansing power of grace.

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 John Conran

John Conran

Selection from the Journal of John Conran

A selection from the Journal of John Conran, giving an account of his remarkable conversion from nominal Christianity, his powerful experiences of the Lord’s judgments mixed with mercy, and his travels and trials in the work of the ministry.

  • 49 pages
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