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The Mediator shall no more complain,
That he hath labor'd, spoke, or died in vain ;
The travail of his soul with joy shall see,
And satisfied eternally shall be,
The TRUMPET of the JUBILEE shall sound;
Jesus shall be with endless glory crown'd ;
And through the great Jehovah's wide domain,
Not one shall rise against his glorious reign ;
But all from sin and death, and bondage free,
Shall praise his name to all eternity.
When all are thus obedient

his call,
Christ will resign, and God be ALL'IN ALLE
Here stop my soul : no further seek to go
What God reveals is quite enough to know.

E. W.'

The Triumphs of Hell shall make way, and bes come the foundation for the Triumphs of Grace.

Dr. HUNTER.
And there shall be no more curse.

REVELATIONS
A

ND is the happy era near,
Delightful news!My King appear;

To day begin thy reign.
Here is my hand--my heart--my all-

Enlist me, now inclin’d;
Receive me,

if for me that call
Eternal Love design'd.
Stain'd as I am by sin unclean,

Heal, heal me thus deal'd-
An! will not Grace the more be seen

LORD! am I not tny child ?
Let there be no more curse in me;

Begin my heaven' below;
Eternal Love I long to see

Near-nearer-even now,
O'tis too much for fiesh and blood !

Moses--thy type--declard :
O'tis enough that thou art good ;

Return til l'ın prepar'd.
Events are in thy hands alone ;

Content-I'll wait resign'd.
Unbounded goodness fills thy throne.com

Reflect it through my mind !

So, as a river many a shore,

Enriches in its course ;
And runs into the sea to pour

New tribute to its source.
Honor-if honor thou'lt bestow,

I'll render back as thine
Should Troubles fill my cup with woe,

Still Hope should not sepine:
Each time thy servants to thine house

Repair, with them I'd meet :
Venture with them to pay my vows,

And share their heav'nly treat.
Nor would I feed on bread alone,

Though hallow'd bread I prize ;
Symbols most sacred can't atone,

Sublimer sense must rise,
Him must I see, and hear-and taste,

And handle, and admire ;
Love and enjoy-who, when embrac'd,
Leaves more and more desire.

TO I M MANUEL
Soul of my soul Bone as my bone,

Endure me thus to call ;
Rise thou and shine ! - shine on thy throne,

Victorious over all,
Earth! hear your Sov’reign's gracious voice :

Hear, heaven ! --Proclaim your King ;
IMMANUEL reigns ! And tus, my choice !-

MESSIAH!Thee I sing:

ERRAT A, Page 36, line 29, for de, read he.-p. 43, 1. 17, f. made believe, r. made to believe.---p. 117, 1. 31, f. where unable to say were, r. were unable to say where.--p. 139, 1. 1, f. Yet, r. Ye.--p. 161, 1. 30, f. whiles, r. while.-p. 185, 1. 12, f. no, r. nom-p. 280, l. 14, f. reasons some, r, reasons why some.---p. 297, I. 19, f. he enlightens, r, he that enlightens.-2. 315, .1. 10, 1. triumph, r. likeness. p. 324, 1. 18, f. according their, r. according to their ---. 330, l. 31, f. lies, r. lie.-p. 333, 1. 30, f. call, r. cailed.--p. 360, 1. 27, f. cloth, r. clothe.

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C O N T E N T S.

Page.
INTRODUCTION,

3
A Serious Address to the Youth in Pbil.

adelphia, upon the Worth of the Soul. 21
The Evidences of Christianity, consider-

ed :- Or, A short and easy Method
with the Deists.

LESLIE. 30
The Designs and Extent of the Death of
Christ.

E. W.

75
An Interesting Fact, interwoven with
useful historical information.

84
An Address from a Friend to Christiani.
ty, to his Brethren,

115
SELECTED SCRIPTURES.
Chap. I. The Benevolence of God. 119

I). An Address to God, as our-

Father, Friend, Creator and Re-
deemer.

124
Ill. Shewing that Christ died for

sinners, for us who believe in
him, for his sheep, &c.

128
IV. The Universality of the Death
of Christ

131
V. Equally plain it is, that he

will bring all into a state of will.
ing subjection to God, as that

he liath brought some already. ibid.
VI. Christ will not lose his labor,

nor shed his blood in vain ;
for he will actually, in his own
time, save or restore all men. 135

VII. All things being given into.

the hands of Christ; he shall
subdue, bring into subjection,

reconcile & restore all things. 140
VIII. Those who are in the state of

the dead, are not exempted
from the rerleeming love and
power of Christ.

143
IX. The Gospel is therefore good

news to all ; & the invitations
are directed to all, &c.

150
X. Exhortations to Praise God,&c. 155
XI. The Universal Kingdom of

of Christ on earth, in the Mil.
lennium.

157
XII. The character and portion of

the First fruits, or those who
believe in time, and obey the
gospel in this life : Interinix-
ed with exhortations to them,
and threatenings to those that
obey not God.

162
Future Happiness. A Serinon from St.

Mark, x. 30. And in the world to
coine, Eternal Life.

E. W.
New Testament Passages, pointing to-

wards Universa! Salvation. F. L. 198
A Contrast. Adam and Christ.

211
The Worth of Religion in a dying Hour. 212
The Philadelphian Church, in London. 217
The Young Preacher's Monitor.

J. L. 218
A Word or two to Unbelievers, and the

Scorners of Moses, in particular. R. C. 222
Prince Eugene's Prayer.

240

A course of Letters on the subject of Uni-

versal Salvation, to a Friend who de.
sired information; and who afterwards,
upon being convinced of its Truth,
and making Confession of it, met with
strange Usage, and Ill Treatment for
it.

A.V.
LETTER I..

..lo el 230
II. From the same, to the same. 235
III. Wherein someObjections 13:01

to it are considered, and re-)) 1

plied to.
- me?
IV. In which the Objection to

its being a Licentious Doc!

trine, is more fully answered 248
V. Being a Reply to some other siis :')

Objections that are made to 19.)
it.

256
VI. In which it is defended as the
:- gainst what is called by 25

some, Annihilation, and by 7043
others, Perdition, Destruc.)

tion, and Non-existence. 264 A
VII. Wherein some Reasons

are given why it is not, atigi
present, a generally-receivalin
ed Doctrine.

273
VIII. Assigning more Reasons

why it is not more gener-
ally received.

281
IX. In which some other reasons !
of the Non-reception of its

290
X. Wherein three more reasons 12

will appear.

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