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Rev. W. HUNTINGTON, S. S.
MINISTER OF THE GOSPEL
AT PROVIDENCE CHAPEL, GRAY'S INN LANE.
“ He, being dead, yet speaketh.” HEB. xi. 4.
PRINTED AND SOLD BY T. BENSLEY,
Bolt Court, Fleet Street;
AND AT PROVIDENCE CHAPEL, GRAY'S INN LANE; JIREI CHAPEL,
PROVIDENCE CHAPEL, CRANBROOK, KENT.
The Rev. W. HUNTINGTON.
1796 To Mary, beloved in the Lord. I
VISH above all things that thou, and thy other half, may prosper and be in health; and that your souls may prosper in the divine life of faith. Trials' empty ús of self, and of all carnal gratifications and entertainments, and serve to wet the soul's appetite for satisfaction in the fulness of Christ; where the starving soul finds repast, the poor in spirit his wealth, the naked his best robe, the insolvent debtor his happy release and full discharge, and the weary sinner his everlasting rest. I have been led the sixth time to see the state of a sinner saved, when all refuge fails, and have found my God to be what he always was and ever will be, that is, a very present help in times of trouble.