2 edition of Count Zinzendorf found in the catalog.
Elizabeth H. Zorb
Written in English
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Xulon Press introduces COUNT ZINZENDORF AND THE SPIRIT OF THE MORAVIANS by author Paul Wemmer. The Xulon Press bookstore provides an easy way to purchase this book using the link below, or you can. Under Zinzendorf's leadership they set the stage for the modern missionary movement as we know it today. The four programs: (1) Prophet of the Heart — Follows the young Count during his early years and when he first allowed religious refugees from neighboring Moravia and Bohemia to settle on his lands, leading up to the Moravian Renewal of
Paul Wemmer wrote this book from his heart, and it touched my heart. I cried. I rededicated my life to God, wanting to serve Him as passionately as Count Zinzendorf did. In my opinion, this is the best biography available for Count Zinzendorf, because it presents a powerful spiritual message as well as historical facts. I highly recommend it/5(19). Der Christozentrismus des sp?ten Zinzendorf: Eine Studie zu dem Begriff?t?glicher Umgang mit dem Heiland? (Europ?ische Hochschulschriften / European. Universitaires Europ?ennes) (German Edition) by Meyer, Dieter and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at
A solemn call on Count Zinzendorf: the author, and advocate of the sect of Herrnhuters, commonly call'd Moravians, to answer all and every charge brought against them in the Candid narrative &c ; . Count Zinzendorf. Throughout the history of the Church, it has always been the most ardent lovers of Jesus who have felt the greatest need for more of His presence. Surely it is with this class of saints that Count Zinzendorf belongs. For Zinzendorf, loving fellowship with Christ was the essential manifestation of the Christian life.
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Paul Wemmer wrote this book from his heart, and it touched my heart. I cried. I rededicated my life to God, wanting to serve Him as passionately as Count Zinzendorf did. In my opinion, this is the best biography available for Count Zinzendorf, because it presents a powerful spiritual message as well as historical facts.
I highly recommend it/5(23). Count Zinzendorf Firstfruit As the narrow trail led them back alongside the Susquehanna River, Ludwig thought back to his privileged life in Saxony.
If his grandmother could see him now, in his muddy buckskins, with uncombed hair, and with only a few meager rations in his knapsack. She had preened and prepared him for life in the royal court in /5(31). Nevertheless, during Zinzendorf’s lifetime the Lord was able to recover much concerning the enjoyment of Christ, hymn-writing, and the practice of the church life.
This website is a reproduction of the book entitled Count Zinzendorf: A Brief History of the Lord’s Recovery, which was authored by James Reetzke and published by Chicago Bibles. Born into German nobility inCount Zinzendorf could have lived a life of ease and comfort. Instead he reached out to persecuted Christians from Moravia and Bohemia, letting them settle on his land.
The Moravian Renewal ofwould come to be known as one of the great revivals in Europe, which sparked a prayer movement and missions work that continues to this day.5/5(1). Nikolaus von Zinzendorf born. Nikolaus von Zinzendorf dies. The count was still a devout Lutheran and tried to keep the refugees within the parish church.
His goal was to form. Count Zinzendorf opened his estate to persecuted Moravian Christians, and under his leadership this vibrant community launched the modern missions movement. Beginning at Herrnhut and traveling as far as Africa, America, and Russia, the bold believers of the Moravian Church planted seeds that continue to bear fruit even today/5.
Nikolaus Ludwig, count von Zinzendorf, (bornDresden, Saxony [Germany]—died May 9,Herrnhut), religious and social reformer of the German Pietist movement who, as leader of the Moravian church (Unitas Fratrum), sought to create an ecumenical Protestant movement.
Life. Zinzendorf was the son of a Saxon minister of state of Austrian noble descent. Count Zinzendorf and the Moravian and Indian Occupancy of the Wyoming Valley, (Pa.), (Paperback or Softback) Johnson, Frederick C.
Published by Andesite Press 8/21/ (). Count Nicholas Ludwig von Zinzendorf. Nicholas Ludwig, Count Zinzendorf, was born in Dresden in He was very much a part of the Pietist movement in Germany, which emphasized personal piety and an emotional component to the religious life.
InZinzendorf was allowed to return to Saxony and spent the last years of his life () in Herrnhut where he died May 9th. With his death the original friend of the Moravian history regarding their hymn books ends.
Notes from the Little Flock Hymn book by Adrian Roach. Count Zinzendorf And The Spirit Of The Moravians book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Some have heard about the Moravians /5. Second, it is a biography of the Count Nikolaus Ludwig von Zinzendorf, (his full name with titles, is even longer) a very highly placed lord in one of the oldest aristocracies close to the Austrian emperor, who, therefore, had large estates, which played /5(19).
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In fact, after reading a Moravian missionary journal (first published in ), Carey exclaimed, 'See what these Moravians have done.
ZINZENDORF, NIKOLAUS LUDWIG VON (–), poet, preacher, theologian, and religious leader. Count Zinzendorf was a controversial figure within German Pietism in the first half of the eighteenth century. He advocated a nonrational approach to Christianity that he called "religion of the heart.
An unusually mature Christian at a very young age, Count Nicolaus Ludwig von Zinzendorf () did not follow the course dictated by his noble birth but followed God's call even to the point of being banned from his native Saxony.
Once destined for the royal court, the count instead became a spiritual father to millions. Count Zinzendorf opened his estate to persecuted Moravian Christians 5/5(2). Buy a cheap copy of Count Zinzendorf: First Fruit book by Janet Benge. Written for readers age 10 and up -- enjoyed by adults!Six-year-old Ludwig was sitting at the table, reading his Bible and praying, when Swedish soldiers stormed Free shipping over $/5(2).
Count Zinzendorf opened his estate to persecuted Moravian Christians, and under his leadership this vibrant community launched the modern missions movement. Beginning at Herrnhut and traveling as far as Africa, America, and Russia, the bold believers of the Moravian Church planted seeds that continue to bear fruit even today.
Zinzendorf, Nikolaus Ludwig von () German nobleman, Pietist leader, and theologian of Moravian missions. Zinzendorf was born in Dresden. At the age of ten, following tutoring at home, he attended a boarding school in Halle conducted by August Hermann Francke.
From he traveled and studied law at the University of Wittenberg. Zinzendorf, Count Nicolaus Ludwig, the founder of the religious community of Herrnhut and the apostle of the United Brethren, was born at Dresden It is not often that noble blood and worldly wealth are allied with true piety and missionary zeal.
Such, however, was the case with Count Zinzendorf. Count Zinzendorf opened his estate to persecuted Moravian Christians, and under his leadership this vibrant community launched the modern missions movement.
Beginning at Herrnhut and traveling as far as Africa, America, and Russia, the bold believers of the Moravian Church planted seeds that continue to bear fruit even : Ywam Publishing.
Count Zinzendorf was a godly Christian leader who inspired many other heroes of the faith, including John and Charles Wesley and William Carey. Reading his story was inspiring, even for my eight-year-old son, and I hope all these lessons deeply penetrate his heart.
This was another excellent book in this series!Nikolaus Ludwig von Zinzendorf und Pottendorf, Imperial Count of Zinzendorf and Pottendorf ( – May 9, ), German religious and social reformer and bishop of the Moravian Church, was born at Dresden.
Zinzendorf had a naturally alert and active mind, and an enthusiastic temperament that made his life one of ceaseless planning and executing.