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"Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God" is a sermon that Jonathan Edwards first delivered to his Northampton, Massachusetts congregation in June 1741. The version that is frequently anthologized today is his revision of this sermon, which he delivered on July 8 to another congregation, in Enfield. In this Great Awakening sermon, perhaps the most famous in American history, Edwards advises his listeners to turn away from sin and accept Christ as their Savior, lest they find themselves judged by an "angry god" and doomed to eternal torment in hell. The sermon was so terrifying to the congregation that Edwards was unable to completely finish his delivery.
Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God Lesson Plans contain 91 pages of teaching material, including: