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Count Zinzendorf

Count Zinzendorf (1700 - 1760)

Read freely text sermons and articles by the speaker Count Zinzendorf in text and pdf format. Was wonderfully used of the Lord to see a recovery of the Bohemian Brethren movement who were almost totally destroyed because of violent persecution. Under his leadership he encouraged great spiritual unity amongst believers and also showed the true Headship of Jesus Christ over His Church. In 1727 the Holy Spirit fell in their small Christian community and the started to send our workers into His harvest field. There was also a 100 year prayer meeting that started in that time praying for all the missionaries sent out.

You can hear the impassioned words of faith in this wonderful follower of the Lord in his writings: ‚ÄúThese wounds were meant to purchase me. These drops of blood were shed to obtain me. I am not my own today. I belong to another. I have been bought with a price. And I will live every moment of this day so that the Great Purchaser of my soul will receive the full reward of His suffering.‚ÄĚ

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A Prayer for Purity
      O Thou, to whose all-searching sight The darkness shineth as the light, Search, prove my heart; it pants for Thee; O burst these bonds, and set it free! Wash out its stains, refine its dross, Nail my affections to the Cross; Hallow each thought; ... read more

Biography of Count Zinzendorf, 1700-1760
      Notes from Dr. Julian's Hymnology: The Count of Zinzendorf was born on the 26th. May, 1700 in Dresden and was descended from one of the most ancient noble families of the Archduchy of Austria. His father, Saxon Minister of State, died six weeks after t ... read more

Christ Will Ga­ther in His Own
      Christ will gather in His own To the place where He is gone, Where their heart and treasure lie, Where our life is hid on high. Day by day the voice saith, Come, Enter thine eternal home; Asking not if we can spare This dear soul it summons there ... read more

Christian Hearts, in Love Unit­ed
      Christian hearts, in love united, Seek alone in Jesus rest; Has He not your love excited? Then let love inspire each breast; Members on our head depending Lights reflecting Him, our sun, Brethren His commands attending, We in Him, our Lord, are one ... read more

Eternal Depth of Love Di­vine
      Eternal depth of love divine, In Jesus, God with us, displayed; How bright Thy beaming glories shine! How wide Thy healing streams are spread! With whom dost Thou delight to dwell? Sinners, a vile and thankless race: O God, what tongue aright can ... read more

I Thirst, Thou Wound­ed Lamb of God
      I thirst, Thou wounded Lamb of God, To wash me in Thy cleansing blood, To dwell within Thy wounds; then pain Is sweet, and life or death is gain. Take this poor heart, and let it be For ever closed to all but Thee! Seal Thou my breast, and let me ... read more

Jesus, Still Lead On
      Jesus, still lead on, till our rest be won, And, although the way be cheerless, We will follow calm and fearless, Guide us by Thy hand to our fatherland. If the way be drear, if the foe be near, Let no faithless fears o‚Äôertake us, Let not faith ... read more

Jesus, Thy Blood and Right­eous­ness
      Jesu, Thy blood and righteousness My beauty are, my glorious dress: ‚ÄôMidst flaming worlds, in these arrayed, With joy shall I lift up my head. Bold shall I stand in Thy great day; For who aught to my charge shall lay? Fully through these absolve ... read more

O Thou to Whose All Search­ing Sight
      O Thou to whose all searching sight The darkness shineth as the light, Search, prove my heart; it pants for Thee; O burst these bonds, and set it free! Wash out its stains, refine its dross, Nail my affections to the cross; Hallow each thought; le ... read more

Power from on High ‚Äď the Moravians and Count Zinzendorf
      ‚ÄúNo one present could tell exactly what happened on that Wednesday morning, 13 August 1727 at the specially called Communion service. They hardly knew if they had been on earth or in heaven‚ÄĚ. A modern Pentecost A Moravian historian wrote that Ch ... read more

Quotes by Count Zinzendorf
       Nikolaus Ludwig von Zinzendorf (1700-1760) ‚ÄúThese wounds were meant to purchase me. These drops of blood were shed to obtain me. I am not my own today. I belong to another. I have been bought with a price. And I will live every moment of this day s ... read more

The Church’s Prayer to the Holy Ghost (1759)
      1. Thou, who from the Father hast ¬ĎFore all Time proceeded, Spirit, by whom the Virgin Blest The Son here conceived! 2. Since the Lamb of God, so red, Is his People¬ís Brother, And Christ¬ís God their Father¬ís made, Thou¬írt the Church¬ís Mother ... read more

The Third Pennsylvania Sermon
      Held in the Reformed Church in Germantown, on February 4th, (new style calendar), 1742. Exerpt from the new book, Zinzendorf's Pennsylvania Sermons, tr. by Julie Weber; ed. by Craig Atwood. Faithful and dearly beloved Savior, may your grace and tru ... read more

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