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BEING AN ATTEMPT TO REMOVE
VARIOUS STUMBLING BLOCKS OUT OF THE WAY,
DOCTRINAL, EXPERIMENTAL, AND
BY ROBERT HALL,
(LATE OF ARNSBY.)
A RECOMMENDATORY PREFACE BY DR. RYLAND.
The meek will he guide in judgment.-Psal. xxv. 9.
WITH AN ORIGINAL INTRODUCTORY PREFACE.
PRINTED BY WHITTINGHAM AND ROWLAND,
FOR W. BUTTON AND SON, PATERNOSTER ROW; AND
I ave writen, I 'eve only to say, the ruth, heter if stressed souls, the brotherly love among the goody of every denoat a be aorable ant boundless perfec1 Jenoval, Father, S. and Spirit, and Tenses wil, we ends I have had may be accomplished.
the several subjects mees, I cannot say. I Tumsand suffer through my are often repented that my friends. However,
WONT BE Host of the difficulties hoć without hope that the communica
» her; ondevar to my own mind, may be asmar Peresses, through the blessing of ed my attend every reader. endeavour to lift up his
with: dat-san. The meeks; he will guide in Final!», brethren, pray for
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how mar; the indcence of truth, and in
TO THE SECOND EDITION.
TWENTY-EIGHT years have elapsed since that Sermon was delivered, in my Father's Pulpit, at Northampton, before the Baptist Association, which Mr. Hall afterwards enlarged into the following Treatise. As I then united with many others in earnestly soliciting its publication, so I have since repeatedly perused it with much satisfaction. When, therefore, the Publisher of the present Edition applied to me for a recommendatory Preface, I felt no hesitation but what arose from the early impressions of veneration for one of the wisest and best of men, to whom I was habituated to look up with such respect, as made this office feel to me assuming and arrogant. But when I Tact that he has been removed from our world ore than sixteen years, (and verily I miss no hore!) and consider that, since his decease, have joined our churches, who never had tunity duly to appreciate his worth; it seems