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TO WHICH ARE ADDED,
MR. E. ELWALL,
TO US THERE IS ONE GOD, THE FATHER; AND ONE
I TIM. II. 5.
. SERIOUS AND CANDID PROFESSORS OF CHRISTIANITY.
MY CHRISTIAN BRETHREN, PERMIT one who profeffes obedience to the fame Lord, and faith in the precious promises of the same gospel with yourselves, to address himself to you with all freedom and plain ness of speech, on subjects relating to our common salvation. I need not tell
you that the subjects are interesting. In reality nothing · else is interesting, in comparison with them. For what
is this world compared with the future! Whatis time compared with eternity! Believe me, my brethren, itis nothing but the deepest concern for the honour of a religion which is the most valuable inheritance of the human race, and which sets us above all the follies and vices, all the weaknesses and troubles of life, by giving us the most folid hope in death, that has induced me to folicit your attention. But I am confident that you will not think it ill-bestowed, because it is upon a subject that is near and dear to you, and the confideration of which cannot but please and profit you,