Jonathan Edwards 
A Faithful Narrative of the Surprising Work of God

by Jonathan Edwards

  1. A General Introductory Statement
  2. The Manner of Conversions Various, Yet Bearing a Great Analogy
  3. This Work Further Illustrated in Particular Instances

Rev. and Honored Sir,

Having seen your letter to my honored Uncle Williams of Hatfield, of July 20, wherein you inform him of the notice that has been taken of the late wonderful work of God, in this and some other towns in this country, by the Rev. Dr. Watts, and Dr. Guyse, of London, and the congregation to which the last of these preached on a monthly day of solemn prayer; also, of your desire to be more perfectly acquainted with it, by some of us on the spot and having been since informed by my Uncle Williams that you desire me to undertake it, I would now do it, in a just and faithful a manner as in me lies.

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