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great awakining

5th grade

years of colonial period 1607-1775
1734 great awakening begins, colonists wake up to calling of God, realized God had plan for them, changed into one nation under God
Johnathan Edwards pastor in Northampton
Northampton church named after town, where revival began
George Whitefield (where was he from? what did he do? describe his ministry from-England went back to England to raise $ for an orphanage in Georgia. preached. ministry-exciting
Whitefield's problems in England jealous preachers didn't accept him to preach at their churches
Whitefield's idea preach in open air like Jesus
Whitefield's experience in Bristol, England got many believers 2nd week-10,000 people came to listen 3rd week-20,000 people came to listen
Whitefield's experience in Philadelphia Pennsylvania 20,000 people came to listen to preaching. preached in center of town.
Ben Franklin- not a Christian, famous scientist, philosopher.
how many sermons did Whitefield preach? more than 18,000
Whitefield's last sermon quote "I am going to be with Jesus. I have lived to preach for him. Now I shall die and be with him. My body is failing, but my spirit is growing stronger."
what is meant by "The Great Awakening" ? people suddenly started to turn back to God. Whitefield was obedient to calling of God.
who were "Praying Indians" and what did they do? they were Christian Indians. they helped the English fight as Indians against King Phillip
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