George Wishart: Scotland's Forgotten Forerunner George wishart lived just 33 years yet he made a significant impact on Scotland through his Godly life and powerful preaching. He also mentored and trained the man who would solidify and carry forward the Scottish Reformation: John Knox.
John Knox: Scotland's Greatest ReformerJohn Knox started his ministry as a two handed sword carrier to protext George Wishart, but after his death he picked up the mantle. He would drive the Scottish reformation forward through his boldness, fearlessness and resolute trust in God.
John Knox: Showdown At HolyroodMary Queen of Scots had a fearsome reputation, causing many a strong man to wilt in her presence, but this was not true of John Knox. Their encounter that took place in Holyrood Palace stands to us as an example, inspiring courage in the face of danger and peril.
Scotland's Forgotten Reformation1/4. You've heard of the Scottish Reformation of 1560, but what was the Second Reformation? This video documents a powerful movement that would take the Church in Scotland to a more extensive reformation according to God’s Word. What lessons can we apply from this today?
Scotland's Forgotten Revival2/4. This was the period of greatest revival throughout the whole nation that Scotland has ever experienced. It went deeper, further and lasted longer than any other. Let's learn the lessons we can apply today as we see what God did in great power in the past.
Scotland’s Forgotten Suffering3/4. Heavy fines, imprisonment, torture and execution. Frequently, and conveniently ignored, this was the period of Scotland's Greatest Persecution. A time when faithful Christians would inevitably suffer in continuing to follow God's Word. In a time of increasing hostility to Christian values, there are vital lessons for us today from this awful but heroic period.
Scotland's Forgotten Foundations4/4. What about the legacy we have received from Scotland's Forgotten History? What are the lessons the Church today can learn from the strong convictions of the past?