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redemption in the blood of Jesus, the forgiveness of their sins.
He hopes these reasons are sufficient; and as he is neither fond of long introductions himself, nor knows any that are, he hastens to a conclusion by observing, that being fully convinced of the exceilency of the sacred writings, and receiving them as the grand repository of all evangelical truth, he has borrowed largely from them; and hopes that these truths, so selected and pointed at the heart, though by a feeble hand, will not fail to produce the desired effect---the conversion of many souls unto God, and to his name shall be all the glory.
J. S. PIPE.
Dudley, January 12, 1813.
Sins against the Gospel.
Triling and licentiousness 133
Erroneous opinions 158
its suitability 331
Preliminaries of Contersion.
Dirine illumination 348
A deliberate choice of piety 358
Of Repentance and Justification
Repentance and its fruits 874
P.21, after 1. 3, add SINFUL DIS-, P. 283,1. 25, for surround r. surrounded
401, 3, for affections r. affection
563, 2, for impractible r. impracti-
565, 36, for thankful r, thoughtful
566, 28, for from r. by