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Jonathan Edwards Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God was one of the most revolutionary sermons of its day Mr Edwards style of preaching was very effective in getting these wicked people to repent of their evil Although Edwards form of teaching was very pessimistic and discouraging it got the message across to the people Since it was settled the United States has been slowly turning away from God and looking to themselves and to other religions for peace The time has come that this country is chastised for its sins and is turned back to God Edwards started out his sermon by telling the people about how evil they are and how they are going straight to hell He makes it sound as though there is no way out of this terrible mess that the people had gotten themselves into After making sure that all present were sure of eternal damnation Edwards mentions a light a hope Jesus Christ After hearing all that they had the people went running to Christ for salvation Although this Fire and Brimstone form of preaching was very dark and scary it did the job The people of the time were falling away from God and turning to other things Today just like back then the people of the world are falling away from God It seems like today more and more tings are becoming tolerable to our society There are a lot of preachers who do not preach with authority these days It is great that preachers are teaching the with Jesus everything is going be alright but more pastors need to preach the Fire and Brimstone method to if anything scare people into believing in Christ Lord knows that there is more than a multitude of things to reprimand our society on an this is a perfect opportunity to convert the people to Christ Now is the perfect time for people to be told about Jesus
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