Excerpt from Letters and Extracts of Letters of the Late James Brandwood, (a Minister in the Society of Friends, ) of West-Houghton, Formerly of Edgworth, in the County of Lancaster
In this bewildered manner, I stumbled along until about the twentieth year of my age, when it pleased God, in unspeakable mercy, further to enlighten my soul through the Spirit of His Son, as with the day-spring from on high; whereby I was enabled to see more clearly my fallen and corrupt state, and my sins were set in order before me, appearing exceedingly sinful and opposite to the holy will of God, whose wrath I felt revealed in mv soul against sin and ungodliness. In this day all my former building in religion was shaken to the very foundation. In this situation, I cried, 0 what shall I do? To whom shall I ﬂee? For in this sinful state I cannot dwell with Him that is Holy.
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