This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1812 edition. Excerpt: ... debted; and God is severe, and strietly just, and without full satisfaetion to his justiee, he will thro DEGREESv you into a worse prison than the most nasty dolesome prison on earth, I mean into the prison of hell, where you must lie, without the least relief, or any hopes of release, The Lord Jesus Christ proffers to be your surety, to pay off all for you, and to give you a full diseharge; were you sensible what a debt sin is, and what a poison hell is, surely it would work your hearts into an endeared love of sueh a friend and surety who alone ean keep you out of this dolesome dreadful prison, into whieh, without him, you will eertainly, and may suddenly, be thrown. If any of you were siek of a death threatening distemper, and you had made use of many physieians, but none eould do you good; and if you should hear ef one physieian, who eould assuredly, and would readily and freely eure your disease, and save your life, surely you would thankfully make use of this physieian, and his kindness would exeeedingly engage your love: Sin is the soul's siekness; you are siek unto death. Sin, when it is finished, will bring forth death, not only temporal, but eternal: It is the Lord Jesus Christ only that ean eure you of this deadly siekness, that ean remove your sin, and thereby deliver you from this death of deaths. Get a sense of the dangerous siekness of sin, and you will prize, and use, and love the Lord Jesus Christ, who is the only physieian of value in this ease. If any of you were guilty of murder, or theft, or high treason, or other heinous breaeh of the law of the land, for whieh you were apprehended, arraigned, aeeused, and eondemned to be hanged or burned, or to a more tormenting death than either; and if you should hear of a prinee at...
eBook The True Christians Love of the Unseen Christ, Or, a Discourse Chiefly Tending to Excite and Promote the Decaying Love of Christ in the Hearts of Christians; With an Appendix Concerning Christs Manifestation of Himself to Them That Love