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THE

GOSPEL MAGAZINE;

AND

Protestant Brarunt

COMFORT YE, COMFORT YE, MY PEOPLE, SAITH YOUR GOD."

ENDEAVOURING TO KEEP THE UNITY OF THE SPIRIT IN THE BOND OF PEACE.”

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IRELAND: Printed at the Bonmahon Industrial Printing School, Co. Waterford.- Established Oct 20, 1851,

by the Rev. D. A. Doudney, Curate of Monksland.

INDEX

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A Salutation
A Request

16
An Alphabet of Christ 17, 56, 177, 209,

221, 374, 417, 462, 575
"A Father's Blessing and a Child's
Portion"

25
A few Thoughts on Sabbath-School
Teaching

30
A Word for the Bible Society

32
A Page for a Child

34
Acknowledgment

75
An original Letter written by Dr.
Hawker

89
A Yea and Nay Gospel. How shall I
act ?

103
A few Thoughts

126
A Christmas Meditation. The last

Contribution of the late Rev. G. H.
Godden

201
A Sermon by the Rev. W. H. Krause 212
A Meeting of two Brothers .

225
A word for “ Crispin”

230
An Episode

270
A Sermon by the Rev. R. Shutte, M. A.273
A Sermon by the Rev. J. A. Wallinger 286
All not Always All.

337
All Fulness in Christ 309, 457, 513, 570
A faithful God

427
A friendly Hint

436
A Word to the Wise

473
A Short Catechism for all School-
masters to teach .

478
A Fragment in Answer to the Qnes-

tion, “ If Grace once given could
ever be lost"

502
A Word for the Magazine

442
A Few Days in Scotland

555
Bonmahon Infant School 191, 207, 243,

301, 399, 495, 533
“ Blessed are the pure in Heart, for
they shall see God”.

263
Business in Great Waters

552
Caution to Believers in Jesus

63
" Ccase ye from Man"

513
Chamber Pencillings

. 74, 338
Charles Chapel, Plymouth

96
Chastisements

123
Christ's Sufferings

588
Christ waiting for the Church

120
Christ the Beloved of the Father 589
Christ's Second Coming

591
Christ's Finished Work

592
Christ the Sinner's ouly Refuge 595
Christ and his Church One

. 226
Copy of a Letter from a Lady who

was suddenly deprived of all earth-
ly Treasure

88
Correspondence 90, 137, 189, 232, 394,

442, 487, 540, 017

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Crispin's reply to the “ Travelling
Agent”

113
Crispin's New Engagement with the
Penny Post"

221
Dr. Gill's Commentary 46, 132, 241,

293, 400, 438
Divine Choice .

283
Dying moments

326
Discipline

470
Diversity of Gifts

583
Editor's Papers :-

Fear not to go down into Egypt” 1,49
“ And He blessed him there"

97
“ And do as thou hast said"

145
Faith's Entreaty

193
He chastens because He loves 257
Conquering and to Conquer 305
The Riches of Poverty

353, 401, 449
Fellow-Feeling-Heart-Work 497
A Word of Exhortation

545
Extracts from Notes of a Sermon 373
Extracts from Notes of a Sermon by
the late Rev. W. H. Krause

430
Ephesians xvi.

448
Faint, yet pursning."

109
“ Fear thou not, for I am withothee” 144

Freely ye have received, freely give” 369
Faith's Operation

389
Grace Problems
Glory

372
Grace Triumhant--Another Conqueror
through the Lamb

485
Hints by the Way

258, 293, 315
He bath, He doth, He will deliver 355
Hlebrew Renderings

511, 602
“I am sought of them that asked pot
for me,” &c.

60
“ Is not this a Brand plucked from
the Fire"

80
"If I
inay

· 573
I-Great I!

176
“If Children, then leirs; "Heirs of God,
and Joint Heirs with Christ”

309
Inquiries

128
“ It is I"

414
Jesus as Prophet, Priest, and King 44
Jesus will come again

118
John xxi, 17-

154
Johu viii.

386
Jehovah always reconciled to his
Church and People

434
Letter from “ A Recluse"

169
Letter from H. B.

336
Lord, if thou hadst been here

my
Brother had not died”

428
Looking to, and Leaning upon,

the
Beloved

512

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Looking for that blessed Hope" 106
May I pray ?

283
Meditation

568
“Never Man spake like this Man" 70
No Mass for Protestants opposed to
Popery

72
Nanny Hall

76
Notes from Ireland

397, 493
“ Not be ashamed before Him at His
coming"

435
Notes from Sermons by the late Rev.
W. H. Krause

. 560
Original Letters from one who fell

asleep in Jesus 42, 135, 228, 312
Obituary

156, 244
Old Jonathan at School

165, 261, 307

436, 581
On the Learning and Information of
Dr. Gill

182
Our proposed Infant School

191
On the Importance of sonnd Doctrine 216
« Outward Adorning"

412
On the Erection of the Monument and

Tablet to the Memory of the Rev.
W. H. Krause

431
Our Infant School

496
Our Evening School

542
Portrait and Extracts from the life

the late Rev. John Berridge, M. A. 37
Psalm xxxiv. 2

150, 218
Present Keeping and Future Present-
ation

171
Pulpit Secrets

269
Passing Scenes

298
Preventing Mercy

496
Privilege and Duty

519
Poetry :
The Mercy-Seat .

7
Songs in the Night

64, 227, 360
True and False Religion ; or Ruth
and Orpah

69
“ Fear thou not, for I am with
thee"

144
On the Death of the Rev. W. H.
Krause

208
To Sarah.

229
Everlasting Love

292
In Memory of the late Rev. W. H.
Krause

303
Stanzas to the Trinity

304
On the Sovereignty of God

320
Lines on the Death of the Rev.
W. H. Krause

340
Come to Calvary

285
On the Erection of the Monument

and Tablet to the Memory of the
Rev. W. H. Krause

431
Affection's Response .

433
Conflict

461
Elegy in a Country Burying Ground 504
Divine Love

525
To the Memory of a beloved Parent 525

. 290

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A Visit to my Father's Grave 526
The Christian rejoicing in Christ
Jesus

572
“ The Spirit and the Bride say,
Come

624
Reminiscences of the Old Pilgrim 416
Reflections on Phil. iji. 9

423
Reviews 95, 142, 342, 492, 533, 604
Similitudes

12
Sermon by the Rev. J. A. Wallinger 65
Self-knowledge

124
Spiritual Knitting-Work

332
Spiritual Cleanliness

334
The Imperishable Man

13
The Lord—the Cup-and the Conflict 24
The Last Evening of the Year

61
The Set Time.

82
Trinity Episcopal Chapel, Woolwich 91
The Riches of Divine Grace

105
The Sins of the Lord's People

112
The late Editor and Augustus Toplady 116
To Naomi

161
* Trust in Him at all times”.

. 170
The “ Travelling Agent’s” Rejoinder
to Crispin

185
The Census

199
The Christ of God is and must be
Jesus

230
The Spiritual Tell-Tale

. 265
“ Tekori”

268
“ The Foxes, the little Foxes";
The Foolish Labourers and the Be-
wildered Travellers

328
The Broken Heart .

336
The Lord's Love to his Church

357
The Christian's Mainspring; or Per-
petual Motion discovered

382
The Case of the Rev. W. D. Long, M. A. 437
The Contents of the Holy Bible 440
The late Rev. W. H. Kranse
The Covenant Mysteries of our most

holy Faith
The Anathemas agaiust the so-called

Antinomianism weighed in the Ba-
lances and found wanting

506
The Immutables of a fall, free, and
finished Salvation

513
The Scriptures

516
The Potter and his Clay

526
The Second Advent

530
The Two Conquerors Conquered

554
The Solitary Church
The Rev. W. H. Krause

567
Their Spot is not the Spot of his

Children
Tidings from Harewood
Thoughts on the Priesthood and the
Confessional

521
To the Inhabitants of Bonmahon
To " A Young Disciple”

471
Victory! Victory ! Through the Blood
of the Lamb

557
“ Ye must be born again”

445

475

481

561

600
561

438

PREFACE.

EBENEZER!”

Then Samuel took a stone, and set it between Mizpeh and Shen, and called

the name of it Eben-ezer, saying, Hitherto hath the Lord helped us."

TO THE READER.

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BELOVED, -We greet you at the close of another volume in the name of our most glorious Christ! By his help—through his mercy—and in consequence of covenant and indissoluble union, we salute each other upon the opening of the farewell month of the year; and with gratitude testify that “having obtained help of God we continue unto this day."

We set up, therefore, our Ebenezer,” in token of our sense of his distinguishing goodness, for “ hitherto hath the Lord helped us."

Beloved, we cannot close the year without asking you to join us in the contemplation of the bygone days, and months, and years of our pilgrimage--not, indeed, as those days, months, and years appertain to ourselves—for what belongeth to poor fallen and corrupt nature but shame and confusion of face ? — but we ask you to contemplate them as they stand associated with the gracious dealings of our God.

Beloved, as year is added to year of our sojourn in the wilderness, so is our amazement and our admiration increased in the recollection of what our God has been—what He is—and what He has covenanted to be! His mercy, how rich ! his compassions, how unfailing! his forbearance, how astounding ! his long-suffering, how unceasing ! his bounty, how vast ! his faithfulness, how uninterrupted! Is it not so ? Look back, we pray you, ten, twenty, thirty-aye, some of you fifty, sixty years, and see the stream of love, and mercy, and care, that has followed you throughout ! “Lacked ye anything?" “Hath anything failed of all the good things which the Lord your God spake concerning you ?”

" Has he been a wilderness, or a land of darkness ?” What has really injured you? What are you the worse for any trial, any temptation, any affliction ?” What enemy has in reality prevailed ? For a season this or that foe may have appeared to triumph ; but who had the best of it in the issue ?

" Where are those thine accusers? Doth no man condemn thee? No man, Lord.”

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