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IBOTSON AND PALMER, PRINTERS, SAVOY STREET, STRAND.
OUTLINES OF TRUTH.
BY A LADY.
"Come and hear, all ye that fear God, and I will declare what he hath done for my soul."-PSALM lxvi. 16.
Introductory-Departure from London-Re-
trospective reflections-Meeting with my
relatives-Domestic welcome-Home de-
Employment of time-Happiness
sought in virtue-The law of honour, the
law of conscience, the law of God-Per-
sonal experience and conviction-Erroneous
idea of the gospel rectified by the scrip-
tures-Meditation in a field-A vision of
Summons to supper-Courtesy to each other
exemplified in St. Paul's words to the Phil-
lipians-Conduct to weak brethren--A
parcel received-Its contents-Contrast be-
tween the aspect of life on natural and
Reference to the Lord's providences-Biogra-
phy of Martyn Luther, and his commentary
on Galatians-A domestic fireside-Entrance
of a friendly neighbour - Family employ-
ment-Conversation, how directed-Advice
to hear a gospel preacher
Lord's day morning-Hints on regeneration,
with its fruits and effects-Attendance on
the means of grace-A spiritual preacher—
The sermon-Reflections on the word -A
blessing attends it.
The Author's design, Introductory to the Pas-
toral Fragments-The blessed uses of sor-
row-Primitive example of prayer-The
difficulty of the way-Tokens of regenera-
tion--The work of faith.