Whitefield was impulsive, and pre-eminently a man of action.
He was an equally active opponent of Whitefield and of Episcopacy.
That England needed such a ministry as that of Whitefield and the Wesleys, no one doubts.
Across the narrow street to the north is the tabernacle of Whitefield.
The pamphlets published, for and against Whitefield, were more than ordinary people had time to read.
But what a pity it is that Mr Whitefield did not find it out sooner!
The year after Mr. Whitefield returned from Georgia, 1739, was a wonderful year for the Methodists.
There was more talk about Mr Whitefield this morning at breakfast.
Howell Harris was the first that Whitefield invited to supply his place in London.
Some of the people of Whitefield thought the world was coming to an end.