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the word of God. If any unbecoming expressions have been unwarily adopted, such as might be omitted without weakening the matter, he hopes that this acknowledgment of its having been unintentional, will be received as a sufficient apology.
He is happy to avail himself of this opportunity publicly to express his deep sense of the kindness of his valuable and truly esteemed friend, Henry Drummond, Esq., (the High Sheriff,) in compliance with whose desire these Sermons are submitted to the Public.
Albury Rectory, Dec. 30, 1826.
And as he reasoned of righteousness, temperance, and
Know therefore and see, that it is an evil thing and bitter,
that thou hast forsaken the Lord thy God, and that
And in the days of these Kings, shall the God of heaven
set up a kingdom which shall never be destroyed.—
THE RIGHTEOUSNESS OF THE LAW.
ACTS xxiv. 25.
"And as he reasoned of righteousness, temperance, and judgment to come, Felix trembled."
In the year sixty, or thereabouts, there occurred