Extracts from Personal Declension and Revival of Religion in the Soul by Octavius Winslow – published 1841.
Magazine: Volume 16
2 Peter 3.3-12.
News may come that Truth is sick, but never that it is dead. William Gurnall
The best of saints have borne the worst of sufferings. George Swinnock
Truth with self-denial is a better pennyworth than error with all its flesh-pleasing. William Gurnall
One error is a bridge to another. William Jenkyn
Hast thou procured this unto thyself in that thou hast forsaken the Lord thy God when he led thee by the way? Jeremiah 2:17.
And when he is come he will reprove the world of sin and of righteousness and of judgment: Of sin because they believe not on me; Of righteousness because I go to my Father and ye see me no more; Of judgment because the prince of this world is jud 6 3
THE PRACTICAL INFLUENCE OF FAITH A letter by John Newton Sir, The use and importance of faith, as it respects a sinner’s justification before God, has been largely insisted on; but it is likewise of great use and importance in the daily concerns of life. It gives evidence and subsistence to things not seen, and …