The Afflicted Man's Companion: Or, a Directory for Families and Persons Afflicted with Sickness Or Any Other Distress. ... By the Reverend Mr. John Willison, ...

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Samuel Wilson and James Magee, 1744 - 259 pages
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Page xviii - have fought a good Fight, I have finifhed my Courfe. I have kept the Faith. Henceforth is laid up for me a Crown of Righteoufnefs, which the Lord the righteous Judge fhall give me at that Day: And not to me only, but unto all them alfo that love his
Page xix - Giving Thanks unto the Father, which hath made us meet to be Partakers of the Inheritance of the Saints in Light, Col.
Page 148 - Hearts and in all your Souls, that not one Thing hath failed of all the good Things which the Lord your Cod
Page xix - but Lofs and Dung, that I may win Chrift, and be found in him, not having mine own Righteoufnefs, &c. Phil. iii. 8, 9. Giving Thanks unto the Father, which hath made us meet to be Partakers of the Inheritance of the Saints in Light, Col.
Page 161 - nothing will more trouble you when you come to die, than that you have done no more for God, who hath done fo much for you." Sometimes he ufed thus to breathe out himfelf, "I " never in all my Life faw the Worth of a Chrift,
Page xviii - fleep in Jefus, will God bring with him. Then (hall we be caught up together with them in the Clouds, to meet the Lord in the Air:. And fo fhall we ever be with the Lord, i
Page xix - Height nor Depth, nor any other Creature, (hall be able to feparate us from the Love of God which is in Chrift Jefus our Lord,
Page 188 - to plead than he. Like the poor Thief crucified ' with him, I am waiting to be received, by the infinite. Grace of my Lord, into his Kingdom." Let us in like Manner die crying to a crucified Jefus for Mercy. Lord, remember
Page 157 - have told you enough in my Miniftry : But yet, to fatisfy you, I am, by the wonderful Mercies of God, as full of Comfort as my Heart can hold; and I feel nothing in my Soul but
Page 186 - faid to him, Sir, you are going to receive the Reward of all your Labours $ he replied, Brother,

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