|Statement||by Jonathan Edwards....|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 426 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||426|
The Diary and Journal of David Brainerd () is of much more than merely historical interest. The first internationally recognized biography to be printed in America, the first full missionary biography ever to be published, it has had a profound impact on successive generations of Christians around the world/5(9). The Life And Diary Of David Brainerd (eBook) by David Brainerd As Prefaced by Jonathan Edwards In ePub, in the journal he kept by order of the society in Scotland, for their information. That account, I am of opinion, would be more entertaining and more profitable, if it were published as it is written in his diary, in connection with his. On the other, there is Edwards’ Life of the Late Rev David Brainerd ( to the present). That is to say, there is the actual life of Brainerd but there is also Edwards’ An Account of the Life of the Late Rev David Brainerd published in and subsequent versions of the story that have continued to have an impact down to the present day. Internet Archive BookReader The life of Rev. David Brainerd, chiefly extracted from his diary Internet Archive BookReader The life of Rev. David Brainerd, chiefly extracted from his diary The life of Rev. David Brainerd, chiefly extracted from his diary.
The Life of Rev. David Brainerd, Chiefly Extracted from His Diary: Embracing, in the Chronological Order, Brainerd's Public Journal of the Most Successful Year of His Missionary Labors by David Brainerd. The Life and Diary of the Rev. David Brainerd. – Jonathan Edwards 'In twenty-nine years David Brainerd () made a deeper and more lasting impression on the world in which he lived than most men make in a long lifetime. This compilation, taken from Jonathan Edwards's edited versions of David Brainerd's Diary and Journal, offers a highly readable account of the life and labors of David Brainerd, an early American missionary to the American Indians in New York, New Jersey, and eastern Pennsylvania. Diary of David Brainerd. Lord's day, Oct. "In the morning I felt my soul hungering and thirsting after righteousness. While I was looking on the elements of the Lord's Supper, and thinking that Jesus Christ was not "set forth crucified before me", my soul was filled with light and love, so that I was almost in an ecstacy; my body was so weak I could scarcely stand.
David Brainerd (Ap – October 9, ) was an American missionary to the Native Americans who had a particularly fruitful ministry among the Delaware Indians of New his short life he was beset by many difficulties. As a result, his biography has become a source of inspiration and encouragement to many Christians. Memoirs of Rev. David Brainerd, missionary to the Indians of North America is an unchanged, high-quality reprint of the original edition of Hansebooks is editor of the literature on different topic areas such as research and science, travel and expeditions, cooking and nutrition, medicine, and other genres. The Life and Diary of David Brainerd by David Brainerd Book Resume: This compilation, taken from Jonathan Edwards's edited versions of David Brainerd's Diary and Journal, offers a highly readable account of the life and labors of David Brainerd, an early American missionary to the American Indians in New York, New Jersey, and eastern Pennsylvania. David Brainerd dedicated much of his short life to preaching the gospel to Native American peoples. Josiah Pratt's biography uses Brainerd's own journal and letters to examine the character of an extraordinary man and expose the discrepancy between Brainerd's self-lacerating writings and the exceptional fortitude made evident by his deeds.