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GOD OF ISRAEL,
A SERIES OF LETTERS TO A FRIEND.
By WILLIAM HUNTINGTON, S.S.
MINISTER or THE GOSPEL
AND AT MONKWELL-STREET MEETING,
well-Street Meeting on Tuesday Evenings; by T. Green, No. 93, and
To the Rev. J. Jenkins, Lewes, Sussex.
.: Dear son in the faith of our Lord Jesus Chrift,
grace and peace be multiplied. I HAVE for some time had it upon my mind to send thee some account of my late goings on, having for some few weeks back been much indulged and helped by the Holy Spirit of promise, of whose influence, help, and energetic intercession at the throne of grace, I have been very watchful and observant; and, on the other hand, could not but wonder at the backwardness, deadness, dryness, and barrenness, both in power and in expression, when his sensible influence was withheld from me. His divine person, and his most benign influences and operations, were for many days my medication, both by night and by day; and, during this time, these things were the principal subjects of my ministry; and, had I wrote them then, I have no doubt