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Christ in a way of judgment has blinded, from whom God has hid the mysteries of his kingdom, can be no better judges of the doctrines of the gospel than a drove of Lapland witches.
I believe that the wise man had some meaning when he said, “The lips of a fool swallow up himself;" for some men, by disputing against God's making any man to be damned, are ripening themselves for damnation by disputing against it.
Thus ends the Coalheaver's Confession, written, signed, and published, by
WM. HUNTINGTON, S. S.
Winchester Row. Dear Brother and Fellow Labourer,
GRACE and peace be multiplied unto you, and to the winnowed flock at B. whom I love in the truth, and for the truth's sake. Having received no answer to my last letter, I suspected something was the matter; how beit, I shall pray for them, for they need my prayers more than I need an answer to my letter. Your letter has grieved me in part, and caused my soul to weep in secret before God, in behalf of those few sheep left in that part of the wilderness.
Mr, N. is a man that I love in the bowels of Christ, but he is unstable as water; in judgment he shall not excel. I had a very hot contention with him during my stay the last time I was there, about a very capital error. He is a simple man, and such generally fall a prey to those who lie in