John Griffith

John Griffith

From a wild and thoughtless youth, John Griffith (1713-1776) was made a wise and careful minister of the gospel. His journal is filled with heavenly wisdom gained from personal experience of both the Lord’s goodness and guidance, and the enemy’s snares and deceptions. Together with a remnant of bright, shining lamps in his generation, Griffith warred against a sad degeneracy into formality, tradition, and lifeless words amongst a people once distinguished by their adherence to the inward power and purity of the Holy Spirit. Doubtless his life and experiences will be read with great interest by every sincere seeker of God.

Very gross is the deception of those who imagine the whole work of regeneration to be instantaneous. This can be nothing else but a delusion of Satan, to settle people at rest in a state of self-security as soon as he can. Oh! what a length of time it takes to work out that rebellious, stiff-necked, backsliding nature, which was born in Egypt, before the new generation is raised up that is fit to enter the promised land!

- John Griffith

Books by John Griffith

From a wild and thoughtless youth, John Griffith (1713-1776) was made a wise and careful minister of the gospel. His journal is filled with heavenly wisdom gained from personal experience of both the Lord’s goodness and guidance, and the enemy’s snares and deceptions. Together with a remnant of bright, shining lamps in his generation, Griffith warred against a sad degeneracy into formality, tradition, and lifeless words amongst a people once distinguished by their adherence to the inward power and purity of the Holy Spirit. This instructive portion of his lengthy journal deals with his conversion, spiritual growth, and call to the ministry.

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Selection from the Journal of John Griffith

John Griffith

From a wild and thoughtless youth, John Griffith (1713-1776) was made a wise and careful minister of the gospel. His journal is filled with heavenly wisdom gained from personal experience of both the Lord’s goodness and guidance, and the enemy’s snares and deceptions. Together with a remnant of bright, shining lamps in his generation, Griffith warred against a sad degeneracy into formality, tradition, and lifeless words amongst a people once distinguished by their adherence to the inward power and purity of the Holy Spirit. This instructive portion of his lengthy journal deals with his conversion, spiritual growth, and call to the ministry.

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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John Griffith

Selection from the Journal of John Griffith

A selection from the journal of the life, travels, and labors in the work of the ministry of John Griffith, providing great insight into the nature of true Christianity, the work of the ministry, and the present condition of the church.

  • 44 pages
  • journal
  • Audio Book
From a wild and thoughtless youth, John Griffith (1713-1776) was made a wise and careful minister of the gospel. His journal is filled with heavenly wisdom gained from personal experience of both the Lord’s goodness and guidance, and the enemy’s snares and deceptions. Together with a remnant of bright, shining lamps in his generation, Griffith warred against a sad degeneracy into formality, tradition, and lifeless words amongst a people once distinguished by their adherence to the inward power and purity of the Holy Spirit. Doubtless his life and experiences will be read with great interest by every sincere seeker of God.

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 Journal of John Griffith

John Griffith

From a wild and thoughtless youth, John Griffith (1713-1776) was made a wise and careful minister of the gospel. His journal is filled with heavenly wisdom gained from personal experience of both the Lord’s goodness and guidance, and the enemy’s snares and deceptions. Together with a remnant of bright, shining lamps in his generation, Griffith warred against a sad degeneracy into formality, tradition, and lifeless words amongst a people once distinguished by their adherence to the inward power and purity of the Holy Spirit. Doubtless his life and experiences will be read with great interest by every sincere seeker of God.

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 Journal of John Griffith

John Griffith

The Journal of John Griffith

A journal of the life, travels, and labors in the work of the ministry of John Griffith, providing great insight into the nature of true Christianity, the work of the ministry, and the present condition of the church.

  • 293 pages
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This treatise, written by John Griffith in 1762, contains insightful commentary and valuable counsel on the subjects of parenting, the new birth, the nature of true worship, true and false ministry, and the right understanding and practice of discipline in the Church.

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 Ancient Path

John Griffith

This treatise, written by John Griffith in 1762, contains insightful commentary and valuable counsel on the subjects of parenting, the new birth, the nature of true worship, true and false ministry, and the right understanding and practice of discipline in the Church.

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The Ancient Path

John Griffith

The Ancient Path

This treatise, written by John Griffith in 1762, contains insightful commentary and valuable counsel on the subjects of parenting, the new birth, the nature of true worship, true and false ministry, and the right understanding and practice of discipline in the Church.

  • 125 pages
  • treatise
  • Audio Book
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