Walton, W. C. Preparation for Special Efforts to Promote the Work of God

Walton, W. C. Preparation for Special Efforts to Promote the Work of God

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Walton, W. C. Preparation for Special Efforts to Promote the Work of God: A Discourse, founded on Judges v. 23. Hartford: Andrus & Judd, 1833. First Edition. Removed, 4 x 6 3/4 inches, 36 clean pp. Good. Pamphlet.  [5213] 

No. 5580 in Roberts, Revival Literature: An Annotated Bibliography. "Details on conducting protracted meetings."

William Claiborne Walton (1793-1834), b. Hanover Co., VA; d. Hartford, CT. A Presbyterian minister, Walton was educated at Hampden Sidney College and was pastor of churches in Hopewell, Baltimore, Alexandria (Va), and lastly at Hartford, CT. "He was a most zealous and devoted minister, full of love for souls and the glory of God." - M'Clintock & Strong.

Walton also wrote an account of the revival at Baltimore in 1826. In this pamphlet he is teaching how to prepare for a revival. He wishes to preach to the Christians this beforehand, so that they are spiritually prepared, and not have to preach to them during revivals, when the church should be seeking the lost.