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waters; and he that hath no money, come and çat; yea, come, buy wine and milk without money, and without price,” Isa. lv. 1, 2. " And the Spirit and the bride say, come; and let him that is athirst come; and whosoever will, let him take of the water of life freely," Rev. xxii. 17. All other spiritual physicians, and means of cure, will be found insignificant, and of no value. Here's the physician who must cure thee, if ever thou be saved, John viii. 36; Acts iv. 12. And I dare boldly assure thee, that the whole world cannot afford thee a safer physician, with whom to trust thy sin-sick, dying soul, than this dear Lord Jesus, under whose hands never any soul yet miscarried, and, for cheapness, never was the like. The scriptures last quoted make this plain; to which I will only add that of the apostle Paul: “Wherefore he is able also to save them to the uttermost that come unto God by him, seeing he ever liveth to make intercession for them,” Heb. vii. 25. And in a better and more encouraging place of scripture I cannot end.
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THE REV. W. HUNTINGTON, S. S.
LATE MINISTER OF THE GOSPEL,
AT PROVIDENCE CHAPEL, GRAY'S INX LANE;
AND SOLD BY
E. HUNTINGTON, 55, HIGH STREET,
FOOTSTEPS OF DIVINE PROVIDENCE,
By AUGUSTUS HERMAN FRANCK.
FREE GRACE; or The FLOWINGS of CHRIST'S
BLOOD FREELY TO SINNERS.
By John SALTMARSH.
COALHEAVER'S COUSIN RESCUED FROM THE BATS, or THE LIFE of the REY. JAMES BARRY.
TO A CHALLENGE GIVEN THE AUTHOR TO MAKE
GOOD THE A BOV ESAID DOCTRINE.
WHEREIN IS EVIDENTLY DISCOVERED,
1. That the abovesaid doctrine, rightly understood and believed, wille application to one's self, is the great enemy of sin, both in the heart and life of a true Believer; and that which keeps the Believer from despair, in the deepest desertion and temptation.
II. Thal the doctrine of free-will and general redemption, &c. is an inlet to, and an encourager of sin ; and which leads in the end io horrid despair.
YOR THERE SHALL ARISE FALSE CHRISTS, AND PALSE PROPHETS, AND
SHALL SHEW GREAT SIONS AND WONDERS, INSOMUCH THAT IT
MATT. XXIV. 24.
WHEREFORE THE RATHER, BRETHREN, GIVE DILIGENCE TO NAKE YOUR CALLING AND ELECTION SURE.
2 PET, I. 10.
BY JAMES BARRY.