A History of the English Baptists; Comprising the Principal Events of the History of the Protestant Dissenterts, During the Reign of Geo. III. and of the Baptist Churches in London, with Notices of Many of the Principal Churches Volume 4

A History of the English Baptists; Comprising the Principal Events of the History of the Protestant Dissenterts, During the Reign of Geo. III. and of the Baptist Churches in London, with Notices of Many of the Principal Churches Volume 4

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1830 edition. Excerpt: ...he died in April, 1808. The late Mr. P. Gibbs, of Plymouth, was called to the ministry about the year 1750 by this church; also Mr. Richard Clark, now at Worsted, Norfolk, in 1807. There is a meeting house at Marlborough, about four miles distant, connected with this church, at which there is generally preaching on the Lord's days. ' The following anecdote is worth recording. There was an aged member and deacon of this church named Thomas Heath, who, during the greater part of his pilgrimage, was much harassed with doubts a'nd fears respecting his interest in the love of God, so that he was frequently called doubting Thomas; but in the latter part of his life, though much reduced in his worldly circumstances, and under the infirmities of old age, he was enabled steadfastly and constantly to triumph and rejoice in Godhis Saviour, enjoying an almost uninterrupted assurance of salvation and eternal glory, -through the Lord Jesus Christ, and in this enjoyment he entered into rest about the year 1772. CHURCH AT TRURO. WHEN Mr. Robert Redding first came into this country he preached at Falmouth and Chacewater, at the latter of which places a church existed which had been established there by Mr. Jonathan Hornblower some years before. In the year 1789, Mr. Redding being about to relinquish preaching at Falmouth, and the church at Chacewater not being able to support him alone, Mr. Charles Turner, Mr. T. B. Rouse, and others of Truro, being unwilling that Chacewater should be left destitute, and being desirous of-introducing Mr. Redding to Truro, came to a resolution to form themselves into a church in connexion with that of Cliacewater. The friends of Chacewater and Truro united in giving Mr. Redding an invitation to become their pastor. To this..."show more

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  • 189 x 246 x 12mm | 395g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236642953
  • 9781236642950