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“There are certain grand principles in religion, which must be introduced upon every subject; and repetitions in respect of them are so necessary and becoming, that no learning, ingenuity, or eloquence can compensate for the omission. Such as repentance of sin, faith in Jesus Christ, wbatever relates to his person, love, atonement, and grace; regeneration, love to God and man, and the future state of righteous and eternal retributions.
“ The more full the heart of the writer or of the speaker is of "the good treasure, the more will be enlarge on these subjects, to the disgust of such as, under the influence of pride and worldly affections, savour not heavenly things."... Scott.
ARTHUR FOSTER, PRINTER, KIRKBY LONSDALE.
Spiritual Exercises of the Heart.
BY THE AUTHOR OF
“CHRISTIAN EXPERIENCE AS DISPLAYED IN THE
LIFE AND WRITINGS OF ST. PAUL."
" Commune with your own heart:'- Psalm iv. 4.
“My meditation of him shall be sweet.”—Psalm civ. 34,
J. Y. KNIGHT, LEEDS.
SIMPKIN AND MARSHALL; AND WHITTAKER AND CO.
I The Rev. W. Carus Wilson, M.A.
Rector of Whittington.
Influenced by the purest motives of Christian friendshipa friendship cherished by many years of endeared recollection, and cemented by an union of sentiment and feeling on the sublimest of all subjects the Redemption of the World by our Lord Jesus Christ: the Author feels encouraged to dedicate to you these his humble labours, as a small token of his affection and esteem.
That you may long be spared to bless the Church and the World by your exertions ; and become increasingly useful to the souls of your fellow-creatures, till, like a shock of corn fully ripe, you are gathered into the heavenly garner; is the ferrent and sincere prayer of
Your ever affectionate friend,