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The Mystics

Jean de Labadie
(1610-1674 A.D.)
  Diligently studied the New Testament. Believed the restoration of the church consists in a return to the pattern of the initial church life and that meeting should be conducted according to the principle of First Corinthians 14. Maintained Gospel ia the only rule of faith and piety; that power for outward reform and godly living lies in an inward life of communion with God. Wrote instructions as to prayer and meditation. Showed that it is only a company of those who are really born again that can be considered a true church; one where all members of the assembly are led by the Spirit of Christ.
Miguel de Molinos
(1640-1697 A.D.)
  His Spiritual Guide taught men the way to deny themselves and die with Christ. The book affected large numbers at that time.
Madame Guyon
(1648-1717 A.D.)
  In her lifetime, being purified through God's carving and pruning experienced the cross. Her books A Short, Easy Method of Prayer and Sweet Smelling Myrrh are tremendously helpful for the development of spiritual life of the saints. Deeply knowledge in the matter of the union with God's will and the denial of the self.
Father Fenelon
(1651-1715 A.D.)
  Worked together with Madame Guyon. Very willing to suffer for the Lord. Released many spiritual revelations.
Brother Lawrence
(1605-1691 A.D.)
  Wrote The Practice of the Presence of God, a classic of mysticism, stressing the experience of the presence of God in living and at work.
William Law
(1686-1761 A.D.)
  Improved the mystic teachings to be applicable. His treatise A Serious Call to a Devout and Holy Life had a great influence on the lives of John Wesley and Whitefield.

The Moravian Brothers

(1700-1760 A.D.)
  Originally an aristocrat. His father was a good friend of Spener. Deeply affected by the Pietists. Set aside his estate for the Lord's sake to receive all kind of persecuted believers. Also devoted himself to the work of Spiritual guidance. Through him the Moravian brethren were raised up, who created the trend of sending missionary bodies overseas. The number of those sent out exceeds that sent from any other group and ranks highest in terms of percentage.
John Wesley
(1703-1791 A.D.)
  Got saved and saw the truth of justification by faith through the help of a Moravian brother. Also profoundly influenced by the mystics of Madame Guyon and William Law to further recover the truth concerning sanctification, realizing a man is not only justified by faith, but also sanctified by faith. Began meetings in Oxford in 1729 for the purpose of discussing the saving of souls and living to the glory of God. Later founded the Methodist Church.
Charles Wesley
(1707-1771 A.D.)
  Fully shared his brother John Wesley's labors. As a master hymn-writer, his works exceeded six thousand in number. Of a high spiritual value, most of the hymns contain expositions of many of the principal doctrines taught in Scripture and express worship and the inward experiences of the spirit which give utterance to the longings and praises of hearts touched by the Spirit of God.
George Whitefield 1714~1770AD  Began to hold open-air meetings with the Wesley brothers and bring people to the Lord in this way. Later worked in America for most of his time. Recovered the gospel of grace. Advocated a receiving of the peace of Christ by faith and a life of glad devotion as a result of salvation. Once said: "Let all other names be abandoned; let the name of Christ be exalted."

The British Brethren

The British Brethren  Also known as the Plymouth Brethren, recovered the two matters of the heavenly call of the church and the oneness of the church. Saw the error of denominational organizations. Realized there is only one Body of Christ; the church should not be formed by human opinions but should be under the direct leading of the Holy Spirit. The Brethren were the most prominent expositors of the various types in the Old Testament, who also made a clear separation between the biblical prophecies concerning the Jews and those concerning the church. Abounded in publications. Till today, their theology still ranks the highest among the Christianity.
Anthony Norris Groves
(1795-1853 A.D.)
  Began the meetings of the Brethren. Saw the error of ordination by denominations. Preached the gospel in the Middle East and India.
John Nelson Darby
(1800-1882 A.D.)
  Published The Nature and Unity of the Church of Christ, which was the first among thousands of books published by the Brethren. Proficient in Greek and Hebrew. Translated the Bible into German, French and English. His Synopsis of the Books of the Bible is the authority in its category. Preached the gospel widely for the Lord's sake. Remained single all his life.
John Giffrod Bellett
(1795-? A.D.)
  A classmate of Darby at Trinity College in Dublin. Saw the error of the teaching of the Nicolaitans. Recovered the meetings of mutual fellowship and spiritual pursuit among the believers.
George Muller
(1805-1898 A.D.)
  Learned many excellent lessons concerning prayer and concerning faith in God's word. Established an orphanage and lived by faith in relation to financial needs. Recovered the truth concerning claiming God's promises through prayer and the testimony of living by faith. In his life had answers to prayer millions of times.
C. H. Mackintosh
(1820-1906 A.D.)
  Wrote the notes on the Pentateuch, which recovered the knowledge of the types. It is the authority in its category.
William Kelly
(1821-1906 A.D.)
  Darby's teachings and practice received the best explanation and application through Kelly. Described by Spurgeon as one of the best theologists among the Brethren and one whose mind was as big as the universe.
Robert Govett
(1813-1901 A.D.)
  Saw the matter of Christian reward. Discovered that while it is true that a man is saved by faith, he is rewarded according to his works before God. Salvation is a master of life, while reward is a matter of living. Recovered two crucial items of truth. First, there is the possibility that Christians will be excluded from the millennium. Therefore, a believer must be faithful and diligent. Second, not all believers will be raptured before the tribulation. Only those overcoming and faithful believers will participate in this rapture.
G. H. Pember
(1703-1791 A.D.)
  His Great Prophecies, Earth's Earliest Ages, and Two Babylons are all acknowledged as extraordinary expositions of the Bible.
David Morrison Panton
(1870-1955 A.D.)
  Established the Dawn magazine, which is an authority on the studies of types and prophesies.
Andrew Miller
(1810-1883 A.D.)
  The Church History written by him is one of the most spiritual among many church histories.
George Cutting  Wrote Safety, Certainty, and Enjoyment, telling people they can have the assurance of salvation and recovering the assurance of salvation. The truths concerning the gospel were fully recovered.

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